Indian Instagram travel accounts that will make you backpack and quit your studies/jobs.
Check out these 11 Indian travel Instagram accounts and become a wanderlust.
1. Rufus Reynolds aka Ramu Kaka
This guy is the founder of the account streets.of.india on Instagram and is a constant wanderer which we can clearly see in this posts.
His pictures become special and make us want to live those pictures, though they are of the simple people and places, the way his camera captures them.
2. Rishi aka The.Indian.Traveller
When in Rajasthan, I make sure that I visit all the places I have been on my school picnics/trips. Ranakpur Jain temple(the temple of pillars). . . #TheIndianTraveller Traveller with @streets.of.india #_Soi #indiagram #lonelyplanetindia #storiesofindia #indiapictures #travelindia #travelgram #ranakpur #jain #temple #igersrajasthan #igersindia #thunder #lightning #monsoon #indiaclicks #jaipur #everydayindia #everydayasia #love #travelindia #india #vsco #vscocam #vscoindia #travel
An engineer by profession. What every engineer does is do engineering from college, get a job.
But this guy, what never stopped him was his passion for photography. He clicks pictures not just for sake but for his interest towards travelling and exploring himself.
3. Siddhartha Joshi
Siddhartha Joshi, pictures are a world of colors, and you can’t help yourself to fall deeper and deeper into them.
4. Nilima Vallangi aka Nimilav
#12 because the parched lands get a new lease of life and we only have the rains to thank for that! Shettihalli, Karnataka | Monsoon 2011 P.S – #ReasonsToLoveMonsoons is now a full 30-part series! If you post with this tag, I’d be more than happy to check out your reasons for loving the rains. People are already posting with the tag, do check out others’ entries too and spread some monsoon love!☔☁💧
The perfection in Neelima Vallangi’s photos makes you give up everything and look out her whole Instagram account as a stalker or something. Her pictures will inspire you to indulge by travelling to those exotic locales.
5. Radha Swami
FOR LIVING _________________________________________ #_soi #storiesofindia #indiapictures #india_gram #streetphotographyindia #indiaclicks #everydayindia #everydayeverywhere #worldbestgram #world_shotz #photo_storee #india_ig #photo_storee_people #igglobalclub #igramming_india #indianphotography #igs_world #igs_photos #nikonasia #ff_camera #nikonasia #chunar #humanity_shots_ #dslrofficial #indian_girl #portraits #portraits_ig #blackandwhite #people_infinity #bestphotogram_bnw #ig_namaste
Radha Swami, a contributor to NatGeo, reflects a sense of peace in most of this photos as you scroll down his Instagram account.
6. Swapnil aka Satanssj
A blind man begs in the middle of the street at Mohammed Ali road. . . #jj_humanedge #jj_portrait #jj_sombre #remarkableportraits #jj_bodybeautiful #jj_portraits #everydaymumbai #rsa_portraits #huffpostgram #streetdreamsmag #way2ill #getgalvanised #createexploretakeover #portraitpage #justgoshoot #instagram #indiapictures #incredibleindiaofficial #agameoftones #peoplescreatives #natgeoyourshot #somumbai #_soi #ramzan #mohammedaliroad #rsa_streetview #mymumbai #mumbai_uncensored #mumbai
Here’s another engineer who is fond of clicking the dope pictures. This guy made the passion for photography his career, work of life and clicks everything he finds magnificent which indeed builds an impression on the viewer.
7. Anurag Banerjee
Anurag Banerjee, a Mumbaikar focuses on giving a black and white feel and makes them look like vintage and classic and exploring the sentiments only these two colors can intimate.
8. India Pictures
Standing there. The Martand Sun Temple. Which is a Kashmiri Hindu temple dedicated to Surya (the chief solar deity in Hinduism) and built during the 8th century CE. Martand is another Sanskrit name for the Hindu Sun-god. Now in ruins, the temple is located five miles from Anantnag in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Picture Credits: @atimidaffaire #indiapictures #kashmir #martandsuntemple #incredibleindia #india #instagram
Showcasing the photographs from India in a pleasing way which are collected from different feeds.
9. Abhinav Chandel aka Abhiandnow
“My parents were rich, both of them were working, we had a big house and cars. I always received whatever I asked for, and I was studying in the best of schools in Kullu. I was good at studies, until all the luxuries started making me feel like I was a king’s son. Which lead me to all sorts of bad habits, I got into a wrong company, and was addicted to drugs. And today I couldn’t even remember anything for long, because of all the charas I ended up smoking while growing up in school days.” . “I slowly started losing interest in studies, my friends were goons, or people who made me lose all my interest in studies, and all I did was to smoke up all the time.” . “What happened then?” . “I lost my mother, and the girl I loved on the same day. While my mother passed away, that girl left me because of who I had become. And soon after, my dad remarried, and all this brought me to a point, where I was depressed until one day I realised where I had led myself to.” . “It has been almost a decade since I’m driving a taxi, I spent sometime in narcotics rehabilitation center, got rid of all my friends, but I now have memory issues due to addiction.” . “But today I’m at a better place, I have a wife and a little daughter, she goes to nursery school and now recites four poems, and I’m going to give her everything she asks for, she can do whatever she wants in life and I’ll make sure she gets everything as long as she doesn’t become an addict like me. Which is also a reason I don’t want a son, I think he’ll become a rogue like me. But I’m very happy with my daughter, she’s all I want, and she’s the reason I’m going to work hard.” . “Looking back I think if I hadn’t become an addict, I would’ve been an officer instead of a taxi driver, but I’ll make sure my daughter follows a responsible path.” . “I hope so.” . #ConversationsFromSpiti . . . For those who’ve followed my previous conversations series from Kashmir and Kullu, this is another one, where I’ll be presenting my conversations with the people of Spiti, giving an insight into their daily life.
“Great Picture” + “Great Caption” = “Perfecto”. Abhinav Chandel not only captures pictures, but also poems and stories on the road.
10. NatGeo Traveller India
Jordan has a lot going for it: The stamp-sized country—less than half the area of Gujarat—has Biblical sites, Jewish monuments, waters rich in coral, and desert landscapes that have moved poets and kings. And yet, there are few travellers. Read our Web Editor Neha Sumitran’s stirring story of the salvation she found in a region riddled with conflict. On www.natgeotraveller.in. Photo: JPRichard/Shutterstock
NatGeo Traveller India’s Insta feed is must follow for every enthusiastic traveller. From plants and animals to landscapes and people, it shows us different features of the country in a click.
11. Discover NH
📍Bikaner | Rajasthan – The Land of Kings!! ・・・ Prior to the mid 15th century, the region that is now Bikaner was a barren wilderness called Jangladesh. In 1488 Rao Bika established the city of Bikaner. According to James Tod, the spot which Bika selected for his capital, was the birthright of a Nehra Jat, who would only concede it for this purpose on the condition that his name should be linked in perpetuity with its surrender. Naira, or Nera, was the name of the proprietor, which Bika added to his own, thus composing that of the future capital, Bikaner. Rao Bika was the first son of Maharaja Rao Jodha of the Rathor clan, the founder of Jodhpur and conquered the largely arid country in the north of Rajasthan. As the first son of Jodha he wanted to have his own kingdom, not inheriting Jodhpur from his father or the title of Maharaja. He therefore decided to build his own kingdom in what is now the state of Bikaner in the area of Jungladesh. Though it was in the Thar Desert, Bikaner was considered an oasis on the trade route between Central Asia and the Gujarat coast as it had adequate spring water. Bika’s name was attached to the city he built and to the state of Bikaner (“the settlement of Bika”) that he established. Bika built a fort in 1478, which is now in ruins, and a hundred years later a new fort was built about 1.5 km from the city centre, known as the Junagarh Fort. -Caption: Wikipedia -Photo by: Tim Robinson ・・・ Use #DiscoverNH Follow @discovernh
Last but the most outrageous Instagram you’ll fall in love with travelling. Feed full of the dopest pictures across the country.
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