Former fort of Stannis Baratheon and the birthplace of Daenerys Targaryen. Dragonstone which was more recently shown in full scale in the most recent episode, Eastwatch, can be completely justified by Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, built on mighty rocks, this fort is majestic and breathtakingly beautiful.
The treacherous terrains that are home to the White Walkers, North of the Wall looks a lot like Zanskar valley. With freezing temperatures and frozen lakes, Zanskar pretty much fits the description of what the land beyond the wall looks like.
The southern city of Essos where Daenerys frees the unsullied, also called the “red waste land” looks similar to the vast desert lands of Jaisalmer. The royal forts, fortress, and palaces in the city are very similar to the gorgeous city of Qarth. Head off to Jaisalmer and relive some of Khaleesi’s journeys.
Home to the Starks, this seat of the King in the North is cold, serene and magnificent. You’ll know winter is coming when you set foot in these frigid lands and discover a whole world of tranquility and serenity. From cold streams to rugged roads and the warmest people, a journey to Spiti will definitely transport you to the land of the Starks.
The beautiful city of Dorne is best known for its rocky lands, gorgeously sublime lakes, rivers, resplendent gardens and monumental castles, much like our Udaipur. Once you visit Udaipur, you will most likely be reminded of the Dornish lands. Both regions are known for its arid terrains and mighty armies.
If you’ve watched the third episode of Game of Thrones, The Queen’s Justice, you would’ve gotten a good glimpse of the ancestral home ground of the Lannisters. From the gorgeous cliff-perched fort of Pratapgarh to the mighty sea fort of Murud Janjira, Maharashtra has lot many places that resemble the seat of the Lannister Household.