Last Updated on September 14, 2020 by Jeremy
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One of my favorite things about visiting the forts, palaces, and temples in India is discovering the geometric patterns that are found in every corner. No matter where you go, these patterns appear and are a beautiful reminder of an age long since past.
The best part about these geometric patterns? They all seem to be different! It has been an exciting journey discovering these gems, and we went on a quest to take photos of some of the best. Since we have dozens of these, we cannot help but share a large collection of our favorites here!
The following is a large collection of our favorite geometric patterns we found during our stay in India. Do you like these patterns as well? Please share this post on Facebook, Twitter, or specific images on Pinterest to help us out! Our sharing buttons are available on our sidebar.
Do you have a favorite photo from this set or your own photo of a gorgeous geometric Indian pattern design? If so, comment below and let us know!
About the Author: Jeremy is a full-time travel writer based in Pittsburgh and primary author of this site. He has been to 70+ countries on five continents and seeks out new food, adventure activities, and off-the-beaten-path experiences wherever he travels.
5 thoughts on “Loving Geometric Indian Patterns – A Massive Photo Collection”
Beautiful shapes that remind me of Marrakech. Quite similar, but I feel quite a strong difference as well!
Reminds me of the Arab world. Wonderful. This reminds me also that I will need to move India further up on my bucket list. Thanks!
So pretty. Reminds me of when we were in Morocco. We haven’t been to India yet but hope to get there later this year. Thanks for sharing.
It is very funny how images like this can be found in different cultures. I think we saw a lot of geometric patterns all over in the Middle East when we were traveling around!
quite pretty and dizzying