10 Top Delhi Wedding Photoshoot Locations

 The abundance of cultures and religions made the Indian capital colorful and unlike any other city in the world. Delhi is a green city, a city of gardens and parks, wide streets lined with trees that change color with every change of season. The arrival of winter in Delhi is marked by a great variety of flowers and the singing of exotic birds. The Mughal gardens in the Presidential Palace are a riot of colors and scents. Buddha Jayanti Park and Nehru Park are rich in flowers in all seasons, even the centers of transport interchanges look like miniature gardens, and islands of flowers separate the main thoroughfares of the city. On hot summer evenings, Delhi is filled with the sparkling colors of flowering trees: graceful pinkish-yellow jacaranda flowers, scarlet Gulmohar trees, golden cascades of laburnum, sweet aroma of pink and white frangipani inflorescences.

All those natural beautiful landscapes are combined with incredible architectural monuments and temples of antiquity. Here, the rich architectural heritage was not only preserved but some monuments of the past are still used for their intended purpose. So, Delhi is a marvelous place to do a wedding photoshoot — whatever location you choose, you will get great pictures. The bright colors of the Indian wedding will be captured in every little detail: the Mehndi ritual, traditional clothes and the bright ceremony itself. Looking at the pictures, you will revive the memories that started a strong family. There are a lot of places to take amazing photos in Delhi, here you can get some ideas to diversify the wedding photoshoot.

1 Rajon Ki Baoli Tomb and Archaeological Park

Rajon Ki Baoli Tomb and Archaeological Park

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In the archaeological park, where you can take photos near the beautiful and unusual tomb of Rajon Ki Baoli. It is one of the most important local attractions. This is a huge stone well with a very wide mouth, where water was collected and stored. The water filled the baoli during the monsoons and then was used for a whole year. Bright green water looks cosmic on photos. This tomb is believed to be haunted. You can enter the territory for free. You can even go up to the second floor and rooftop for nice photos of the park.

2 Jama Masjid Mosque-Cathedral

Jama Masjid Mosque-Cathedral

This is the main mosque of Delhi. You can enter for free. The mosque has three arched entrances, four corner towers and two forty-meter minarets. The structure is built of white marble and red sandstone, lined with vertical stripes. 35 steps lead to the central, eastern entrance to the Jama Masjid. You can get great photos on the steps of the Cathedral Mosque.

3 National Railway Museum

National Railway Museum

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Are you a train fan? Then the wedding photo session in railway style is for you and the Delhi Museum of Steam Locomotives is the right place for it. So, the National Railway Museum is not only a nice place to visit with kids. The museum contains the entire history of the Indian Railways. Here you can see steam locomotives of the 19th century and more or less modern models. Having bought a ticket for 20 rupees, you can go around the entire park on a monorail train and get nice train-themed pictures.

4 Lodhi Gardens

Lodhi Gardens

It is a cozy, quiet, cool city park in noisy Delhi. Here you can walk all day and find plenty of great spots for the photoshoot because its territory is very large. People come here to spend time with families in nature. There are 4 tombs in the park: Muhammad Shah, Shish Gumbad, Sikandar Lodi and Bara Gumbad. Also in the gardens of Lodhi, there is a beautiful lake with swans and huge fish, a wide variety of trees and shrubs, and even parrots. You can enter this park for free. 

5 Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple

This flower-shaped white marble building is one of New Delhi's most recognizable landmarks. The Lotus Temple was built in 1986. The idea of ​​the temple was to unite all religions under one roof. The Lotus Temple has a beautiful and well-groomed area where it is pleasant to walk and take good wedding pictures. 

6 Hauz Khas Architectural Complex

Hauz Khas Architectural Complex

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In the past, it was a village, part of the second-largest city of the Sultanate in the 13th century. The first building is a huge pool, which gave the area its name. Over time, madrasahs, pavilions and mosques were built around it. Within the complex, there is a park rich in living creatures, including peacocks. Many objects are well preserved, so you can find a lot of great locations for taking photos in Hauz Khas fort and lake. 

7 Jantar-Mantar


The observatory was created at the beginning of the 18th century to compile astronomical tables and calendars. It consists of 13 objects - special architectural astronomical instruments. By order of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, 7 such observatories were built in different cities. They, like Jantar Mantar, are no longer used for their intended purpose as they are outdated, but are popular tourist attractions.

8 The Garden of the Five Senses

The Garden of the Five Senses

It is not just a park, it is a space with a variety of activities. The garden is designed to stimulate sensory responses to the environment. The combination of color and aroma, texture and form, evokes sensations of touch, smell, sight, sound and taste. Most of the art is dynamic, making it more interactive for visitors. About 25 different sculptures and paintings have been installed in the garden, making it one of the largest collections of public art in the country.

9 Neemrana Fort

Neemrana Fort

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Neemrana is a small village with a luxurious historical hotel - Neemrana Fort-Palace. This is a stunning palace complex that combines antiquity and modern style, a comfortable environment, and is located on ledges on a territory of 10 hectares on a mountainside. A paved by ancient masters road leads here. There are hanging gardens, an abundance of flowers, open terraces and flocks of parrots released from cages. Take photos on swing chairs located in the loopholes of the fortress surrounded by servants in national costumes. And most importantly, a stunning panorama of Rajasthan can be backstage for your wedding photoshoot. Standing on a spacious balcony and enjoying this picturesque view, you can almost feel like a king and his queen slowly looking around their domain.

10 Lodhi Art District

Lodhi Art District

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Lodhi Colony is an area in the center of Delhi, mainly consisting of government residential buildings. But this is far from an ordinary residential area. Now there are more than 50 frescoes created by local and foreign artists. The works cover a wide range of topics, from social issues to nature and rethinking aspects of Indian culture. Get an unconventional photoshoot in street-art style. 

In such a large metropolis as Delhi, it is difficult to decide on a place for a wedding photoshoot. There are many options - from beautiful natural parks and architectural monuments to street art walls in the city center. If you're still undecided on your wedding photography style, check out the portfolio of the best wedding photographers in Delhi on mywed.com. Get inspired by these wedding photoshoots and find the perfect wedding photographer and location.