"This experience has been deeply meaningful."
Dua Lipa penned a heartfelt note as her trip to India came to an end.
The Grammy Award-winning singer shared some pictures from her time in Rajasthan.
As her family holiday comes to an end, Dua paid tribute to her time in the country, calling the experience “deeply meaningful”.
Dua embraced the culture by wearing a yellow Rajasthani kurta while holding a cup.
One video featured a dance by a group of local women while another image showed a smiling Dua and an elephant behind her.
Dua captioned the post: “I feel so beyond lucky to end my year here in India.
“Thank you to all the wonderful people here who have shown us so much love, kindness, hospitality and generosity.
“This experience has been deeply meaningful.
“I feel lucky to be in and within the magic with my family where we have had the time to explore, regroup, recharge and restart. Ready for the year ahead. What a joy!!!”
Dua Lipa’s Indian fans were happy that she had such kind words for the country, with one user writing:
“One thing about Dua is she knows how to live her best life.”
Another wished: “Happy New Year Dua.”
Others were pleased that the singer had embraced Indian culture during her trip.
“You are so cute in Rajasthani traditional!”
Another said: “She’s wearing dhaga in her hand is so cute!”
A third added: “Western people are embracing the culture of Bharat and here some of our own people don’t understand its value.”
During her trip, Dua Lipa also visited New Delhi to explore some of the landmarks.
She visited Humayun’s Tomb and sought blessings at Gurdwara Bangla Sahib with her family.
Her father Dukagjin Lipa also shared pictures from the visit.
In the first photo, he can be seen posing in front of Humayun’s Tomb. The second photo is a family picture taken in front of the Tomb of Isa Khan inside Humayun’s Tomb complex.
Dua Lipa had visited India a few years ago.
Sharing the photos, she wrote:
“At the Ganesh Temple in Jaipur. A lady outside the temple helped me and taught me how to put on my sari before I entered.
“We joined in with the locals and offered sweet treats to the Gods and the people inside.”