Seven Days for Golden Triangle Tour

Seven Days for Golden Triangle Tour

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Welcome to India ! On arrival you will be transferred and assisted till your room in your hotel. Remaining day at leisure. Overnight in Delhi

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Day 02: New Delhi :- After a leisurely breakfast move out for a long day sightseeing of Old Delhi (Shahajahanabad), which includes the Red Fort, Chandni Chowk & Jama Masjid along with other attractions. Later after lunch drive past through impressive boulevards and buildings such as President’s Residence and others in Lutyen’s Delhi (New Delhi). Evening free to move around the colourful markets for shoping. Overnight in Delhi.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Day 03: New Delhi – Agra : - Morning After leisure breakfast Drive to Agra by your exclusive vehicle and check in at your hotel. After Lunch move out for some sightseeing, remaining day at leisure Overnight at Agra. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Day 04: Agra : - Early morning visit Taj Mahal - one of the Seven wonders of World surely the most extravagant expression of love, at sunrise. Return back to hotel. Later visit the Agra Fort – the rusty and majestic red-sandstone fort of Agra stands on banks of the river Yamuna, Dayal Bagh, Itmad Ud Doula. In a guided sightseeing tour. Evening free to relex. Overnight in Agra. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Day 05: Jaipur : - In the morning, you shall be taken to see the back side of Tajmahal. The rare sight of Taj from the fields with the river in the front is simply magical. Later drive through abandoned citadel of Mughal emperor Akbar known as Fatehpur Sikri. At Jaipur, day left free to walk in interesting old bazaars. The beauty of Jaipur is that its unique architecture and town planning is visible at even the most commonest places such as its squares and lanes. Overnight in Jaipur. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Day 06: Jaipur :- Day sightseeing of the City Palace Complex and Amber Fort. Here at Amber, you will ascend till the gates of majestic fort on elephant back. The fort displays a beautiful mix of Mughal and Rajput styles of architecture. Evening visit to a farmhouse for local Rajasthani dinner. Overnight in Jaipur. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Day 07: New Delhi :- Drive back to Delhi with lunch at historic Neemrana Fort on way. Reaching New Delhi, transfer to airport for onward travel or transfer to a city location of your choice.

New Delhi Lotus Temples

The Lotus Temple, located in New Delhi, India, is a Bahá'í House of Worship completed in 1986. Notable for its flowerlike shape, it serves as the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent and has become a prominent attraction in the city

     

New Delhi and Agra Visting place

Where better to go for a romantic holiday than to the great testament of love, the Taj Mahal? Built by the grieving Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his late wife Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj Mahal’s unrivaled beauty explains why it’s regarded as one of the eight wonders of the world. A visit to India wouldn’t be complete.

Jaipur Tourism

One of the most magnificent marvels or Jaipur is the City Palace Complex which has a rare combination of the finest blends of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. In the heart of the old city, it has vast area. The outer wall was built by Jai Singh and additions made up to the 20th century. Many buildings, well-planned gardens and huge courtyards are a part of the complex. For visiting dignitaries, Sawai Madho Singh II, constructed Mubarak Mahal (welcome palace) as a reception centre. The mahal comes before the main complex, though it now forms a part of the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum. The museum has an array of royal costumes, shawls, embroideries, Benares silk sarees, the maharaja's pyjamas, chogas and pyjamas of other rulers, jamawars, kamarbands, musical instruments like the giant sized tanpura and sarangis and a set of the clothes of Sawai Madho Singh I who was just over seven feet tall, over four feet wide and supported a Goliathic weight of 250 kilograms.

 
A delight is the Maharani's Palace, now the armory with arms to the 15th century which include the deadly Rajput scissor-action daggers which have a unique working action (after the dagger entered the body, the handles were released and the blades spread. during withdrawal, killing the victim). The guns include the ones that also served as walking sticks, one of the size of a small canon fired from a camel's back, double-barrel guns, early handguns, matchlocks and percussion cap guns, swords with pistols attached to the blades, daggers with handles of crystal and invory, katars, chhuris, peak-kubz jambhiya, Persian and Rajput swords. Deccan hand, bows and arrows, battle axes, shields, maces, breast and shoulder plate gutzis and the ruby and emerald encrusted sword presented by Queen Vicoria to Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh (1835-1880). On display are a big range of shields of rhino, crocodile and turtle skin, the shield of Sawai Pratap Singh and Raja Man Singh' sword weighing about 5 kilograms.

 

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