Humayun's-tomb

Life without colours is imaginable. We travel to many parts of the country and even the world; be it for work or leisure. When we perceive each and everything around us; landscapes, people, food, flora and fauna, it’s all in exceptionally vivid colours. Can you imagine gawping at monuments or vistas sans colour? Shudder!! Splashed across all forms of media are pictures of places of interest displayed in vibrant hues which look remarkable; make us woozy & drool with the anticipation of going to these places someday. There are so many colours, each of which is pleasing to the eye. Yet, we must not forget that even black and white are charming. How many countless colour  photos have you seen of breathtaking scenes captured in India alone? These monochromatic photos will redefine the beauty you see in India. It’s all here in black and white….so go ahead and be thrilled….be very thrilled!

This pic with a few effects taken of the Veerabhadra Temple in Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh, looks like something out of a painting

Veerbhadra-temple-in-Andhra-Pradesh

Check out this great pic of the valleys and mountains in Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir

Ladakh-in-Jammu-and-Kashmir

These snowcapped, jagged peaks of the Himalayas will have you wondering if they are real or not

Snowcapped-Himalayas

The beautiful Bangalore Palace is seen silhouetted against a particularly cloudy sky

Bangalore-Palace

The Taj Mahal glimmers brightly on a misty day in Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Taj-Mahal-in-Agra

Chennakesava Temple in Belur, Karnataka looks mesmerizing with its intricate detailing and carvings

Chennakesava-Temple-in-Belur

A beautiful series of arches at the Agra Fort, Uttar Pradesh

Arches-at-Agra-fort

An exquisite geometric patterned well at Chitradurga, Karnataka

Well-at-Chitradurga-in-Karnataka