India in moments; cities and sights – Unique traveller videos!

India moments; cities and sights is an Indivue playlist in YouTube consisting of authentic and unique videoscenes from around India during the past twelve years, which you have never seen before.

This playlist will be updated with new videos, so it’s really worth subscribing Indivue’s YouTube channel now, so that you don’t miss a thing!

 

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Check also the big Travelling opus to India in Finnish here in this link!

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Around India, instantly with images

India is a huge country, consisting of 29 states and 7 union territories.

So far I’ve been able to visit some ten of them Indian states and I must admit that it’s a fascinating dream to think of travelling and experiencing all of them states of India and blog about it.

And no, I would not call it an unrealistic dream, since it was possible to see all the Goan beaches also, as you can read from the linked article.

But since travelling all around India will take so much time and money, as well as courage and lots of arrangements to make it happen, I decided, for the time being, to collect instaimages from all of them Indian states, in order to have a quick look of them from all of those who have already been there or are there at the moment, instagramming.

That will make a nice visual adventure to India, so do check the links below and get yourself an instant experience of all the Indian states and union territories. But be prepared to see something unexpectable also.

Do stay tuned for more Indivue art and travel articles to come, from India, Europe, and hopefully later, the rest of the world!

 

All the Indian states and state capitals

 

and Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka

Hashtags #Bangalore and official #Karnataka Tourism

 

 

and Panaji, the capital of Goa

Hashtag #Panaji

 

and Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra

Hashtag #Mumbai

 

 

and Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujarat

Hashtags #Gandhinagar, the huge city of #Ahmedabad and the official #Gujarat tourism

and Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan

Hashtags #Jaipur and the official #Rajasthan Tourism

 

and Chandigarh, the capital of Haryana

Hashtag #Faridabad

and Chandigarh, the capital of Punjab

Hashtag #Ludhiana, the big city in Punjab

and Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh

Hashtag #Shimla

and Srinagar, the capital of Jammu and Kashmir

Hashtag #Srinagar

and Kohima, the capital of Nagaland

Hashtag #Kohima

and Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand

Hashtag #Dehradun

 

Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India
Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India

and Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh

Hashtag the official #Uttar Pradesh Tourism

 

and Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh

Hashtag #Indore

and Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana

Hashtag #Hyderabad

and Hyderabad, the capital of Andra Pradesh

and Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu

Hashtag #Chennai

 

and Thiruvanathapuram, the capital of Kerala

Hashtags #Thiruvananthapuram and #Kochi

and Bhupaneswar, the capital of Odisha

and Naya Raipur, the capital of Chattisgarh

Hashtag #NayaRaipur

and Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal

Hashtag #Kolkata

and Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand

Hashtag #Ranchi

and Patna, the capital of Bihar

Hashtag #Patna

and Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim

Hashtag #Gangtok

and Dispur, the capital of Assam

Hashtag #Dispur

and Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya

and Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh

and Imphal, the capital of Manipur

Hashtag #Imphal

and Agartala, the capital of Tripura

Hashtag #Agartala

and Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram

Hashtag #Aizawl

and New Delhi, the capital of India

Hashtag #NewDelhi

 

Find the article about all the Indian states in Finnish from here!

Art and traveltips for Agra

A beautiful scene from Agra, India, was the inspirer for this digital painting.

You know Taj Mahal, the most famous sight in India, is located in Agra,
and the river running behind Taj Mahal can be seen in this painting as well.

During the time, when this painting started, there was no fast highway from Delhi to Agra, like there is nowadays,
making the travelling there a lot more easier.
Taj Mahal indeed is an incredibly beautiful sight and definitely worth seeing. I myself would go there anytime again,
especially in the morning or evening hours.
If you’re planning to go to Agra yourself, check out the latest travelideas, hotels, sights and restaurants for Agra
from here http://bit.ly/AgraTravel

But back to the painting from Agra – The wheather in India that day, when this painting started, was sunny and dry and the daytime temperature was above 40 degrees. Coincidently, the artist’s temperature was also almost 40 degrees back then, but that didn’t stop her – she wanted to see Taj Mahal so she did it, because she might not have gotten another chance, at least anytime soon.
High temperatures combined with slow internet and the lack of proper equipment, technique and funding were the reasons why it took whole ten years for this painting to be made. Yes, the internet in India at that time was very very slow, and posting a mere fifty kilobyte picture to the internet took several tens of minutes.

But times they are a-changing – check out the instaimages from Agra now from here:

Read more about Indivue digital paintings here

whereas in this link you can read about Agra in Finnish

Digital painting inspired by Agra, India

Digital art inspired by New Delhi

This digital painting was inspired by the capital of India, New Delhi.

New Delhi offers many unique experiences for a tourist, about which you can read more in the Indivue article Best sights in New Delhi.

Check also http://bit.ly/NewDelhi2017  for more New Delhi triptips for a traveller

and follow Indivue in social media for more art and traveltips!

 

https://indivue.com/abstract-digital-paintings/

Digital painting inspired by New Delhi, India, Indivue, NS2017

North Goa beaches in Instagram