These 21 Images Of India Are Never Shown By Foreign Media


It’s no wonder that foreign media always puts allegations on India for being a poor country which has less signs of progress or improves very slowly due to corruption, poverty, violence and other issues. And this is what they show in their views about India. However, they must take a look at below 21 images which would surely give them a perfect counterblast in addition to displaying the India which is real but far above and beyond their imagination. What’s more, it’s so beautiful and elegant that they just can’t imagine even in dreams. Besides, once visited, these places will leave foreigners awestruck and mesmerized with their grace.

Let’s take a virtual tour around the marvelous sites:

1. Mumbai’s Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport

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2. Ahmadabad’s Sabarmati Riverfront

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3. Mumbai Skyline

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4. Kerala – God’s Own Country

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5. Bangalore – IT Capital of India

Traffic moves along a road in the southern Indian city of Bangalore December 14, 2005. Bangalore, long known as India's Garden City and now a global technology hub, is set to change its name to Bengalooru, reverting to a centuries-old title that means "the town of boiled beans".

6. City of Dreams – Mumbai

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7. Hyderabad’s Char Minar

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8. Paradise on Earth – Kashmir

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9. City of Lakes – Udaipur

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10. Lotus Temple – House Of Worship in New Delhi

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11. Chennai’s Highways

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12. Pink City – Jaipur

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13. Bandra-Worli Sea Link

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14. Yamuna Express Way

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15. Marina Beach in Chennai

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16. Kolkata

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17. Shimla – Summer Capital of British India

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18. Republic Day Parade in New Delhi

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19. Queen’s Necklace – Mumbai

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20. Gangtok

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21. Aizawl – Capital of Mizoram

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Which of these places did you find most attractive? Don’t you think these images should be used to describe India in place of the one that demonstrate our country as the dwelling place of hungry and poor people? Aren’t these enough to shut the bloody mouth of foreign media which always puts a question mark on India with some issue or the other? Share your answers in your comments!

 

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