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Colored Skies of India

Undoubtedly, India has always been a country of colours, so here are stunning pictures of Indian moodscapes, hear the serene music and follow me on an Indian tour de rang…
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Many see red when they think of Mumbai’s prestigious but costly Bandra-Worli sealink project

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A tree outlined in front of a dark orange sky on National Highway 47 near Trivandrum

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Mumbai’s famous Haji Ali mosque in the Arabian Sea tinted yellow in front of a bright orange sky

One of Mumbai’s most recognizable landmarks is the Haji Ali mosque and tomb between Worli and the southern part of town. Built in 1431, the days of this mosque may be numbered as its structure has been eroded beyond repair by the force of Arabian Sea over the centuries. Plans exist to tear it down and rebuild it with the same marble that has served the Taj Mahal in Agra so well. Currently, up to 40,000 people of all faiths visit the mosque on Thursdays and Fridays. According to legend, Haji Ali, a wealthy merchant, drowned at this spot while on a pilgrimage to Mecca.

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From light orange to yellow – palm trees in the setting sun in Kerala

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Teen Minar (three towers) at the Elgandal Fort, 10 km from Karimnagar in Andhra Pradesh, bathed in green light

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Painted green – pigeons, those universal creatures, gather near the Taj Mahal hotel in South Mumbai

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Perfect blues – sunrise in Goa

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From dark blue to violet – sunset in Cochin, Kerala

The picture is not taken at a temple but at a private house in Cochin. The person sitting on the right is therefore not a statue but the photographer’s brother meditating.

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Perfect indigo – pigeons flying over Mumbai’s Gateway of India monument

The Gateway of India is another one of Mumbai’s recognizable sites and one with historical significance too. Construction of the 26m-high (85 ft) basalt arch started in 1911 and was completed in 1924. Built on reclaimed land at the southern tip of the island that is Mumbai, it used to be the first sight that hopeful visitors arriving by boat would spot.

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Hyderabad’s NTR gardens bathed in a violet sunset
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A powerful display of colours – sunset over Leh in Jammu and Kashmir

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Grey skies over Mumbai before the onset of the monsoon

Mix all colours and you will get grey, even in a colourful melting pot like Mumbai

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A touch of the divine – the Qutb Minar in New Delhi

The Qutb Minar (“axis minaret”) in New Delhi is the world’s tallest free-standing brick minaret at 72 m (238 ft). Built between 1193 and 1386, Qutb Minar is one of the earliest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture. The whole Qutb complex is a UNESCO world heritage site.

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