Witness the 10 most beautiful sunsets in India
There’s something about a sunset, isn’t it? India has no dearth of such spots. Experiencing the sunset is the most tranquillizing feeling and it symbolizes the completion of a day’s work and shows the passage of time. Here is a list of places you cannot miss for an amazing sunset:
Taj mahal, Agra
The brilliance of the Taj increases exponentially at sunset. The experience is magical, the colours of the building change with the distance and sun.
Ghats of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
The charm of sunset on Varanasi Ghats is enhanced by thousands of oil lamps, vibrant colours and holy chants that start at dusk. Whatever you do, don’t skip the boat ride at the Holy Ganges in Varanasi and embrace the breath-taking experience.
Sunset point, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu
The sunset point at Kanyakumari is a must visit for every traveller. The experience is unforgettable. It is one of the only places in the world where you can see the sunset and moon rise simultaneously from the same point.
The city is known as one of the best experiments in urban planning and modern architecture in the twentieth century in India. You definitely cannot miss on the sun sets behind an enchanting stretch of one of the most captivating city.
Havelock Islands, Andaman
Havelock enjoys the well-deserved reputation of being a travellers’ paradise. The palm trees and beautiful white sands make it one of the best places for sunset photography.
Golden temple, Amritsar, Punjab
The Golden Temple in Amritsar is one of the most stunning sights in all of India. In fact the sunsets are especially spectacular times.
Goa is known for the stunning landscape it offers to nature lovers and photographers. Add a setting sun to the marvellous white sand beach dotted with palm groves and what you have is a sight that will stay with you forever!
Daman and Diu
The sun bidding goodbye at Daman light house is one of the most surreal sights you will witness in life. Here, the sky paints a picture perfect view of a beautiful ending.
Rann of Kutch, Gujara
Rann of Kutch has an unmatched beauty that glows in different colours. Sunsets are always surreal and when that happens with a huge white foreground in the front, it’s a treat to the eyes.
The cotton candy colored sky captures one’s sight till the sun is no more to be seen. Jodhpur is known as the ‘sun city’ and ‘blue city’ of India, witnessing the sunset from here is a surreal combination of beauty.