What it is?
Jaipur: Inspired by the Pink City, where markets and the main buildings were painted a terracotta pink in order to welcome the Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria in 1876. Pink is a symbol of warmth, courage and respect.
Jodhpur: Inspired by the Blue City, where several homes are painted in this hue owing to religious as well as scientific beliefs. For some, blue is sacred as it is a colour that represents Lord Shiva. Others apply it to ward off termites, to impart a soothing effect or even to keep their homes cool, since blue is known to reflect the rays of the sun.
Ladakh: Inspired by Ladakh's Pangong Tso - the lake of changing colours. The sheer beauty of Pangong Tso lies in the fact that it displays multiple colours, ranging from shades of blue to green and even red. The rugged Himalayas in the background add to the stunning, panoramic view.
Varanasi: Inspired by the religious city of Varanasi. Saffron - a colour that is synonymous with this city - represents fire and purity and is regarded as a sacred colour in Hinduism, often adorned by holy men and ascetics.
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