Rajasthan Exclusive India Tour for Cheap Price

Rajasthan Exclusive India Tour for Cheap Price

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Day 01: New Delhi :-
Welcome to India! On arrival you will be transferred and assisted till your room in your hotel. Remaining day at leisure. Overnight in Delhi.
Day 02: Delhi-Mandawa :-
Morning drive to Mandawa, Arrive Mandawa; check in at hotel & later visit Mandawa, founded 1755 by Thakur Nawal Singh and still the home of his descendants has beautiful frescoes, Havelis and mansions. Mandawa castle one of finest castles of Rajasthan, is now a hotel and house of collection of armories, costumes of ancestors, canons from 1820 ancient coins, numismatic collection & many other interesting items, preserved in a museum. Overnight stay Mandawa.
Day 03: Mandawa - Bikaner : -
    Morning drive to Bikaner, arrive Bikaner and check-in at hotel. Later proceed for city sightseeing of Bikaner. Bikaner is named after its founder Rao Bika Ji in 1488. But long before this, the city was trade center on caravan routes from Africa and West Asia. Bikaner's dominant features are rippling sands & abundant sunshine. The city stands on an elevation, enclosed by a 7 Kms wall, which can be entered from 5 gates. Bikaner City is bolstered by imposing walls & has a 16th century fort housing old palaces, temples and mosque. Founded by Raja Rai Singh fort is distinguished by its long range of 37 pavilions, a line of balconies & aerial windows of varying designs. Also visit Lallgarh Palace, the museum, and Bhanda Sagar Jain and Deshnoke Rat temple. Overnight stay Bikaner.

Day 04: Bikaner - Jaisalmer : -
Morning drive to Jaisalmer, arrive Jaisalmer and proceed for SAM approx 35 kms. Outside Jaisalmer. Arrive at SAM at camel riding point. You will be provided camel ride till sunset point. After viewing the sunset proceed for Swiss tent by camel ride. Arrive Swiss tent and check-in. late evening enjoys folk dances, Rajasthani music, and campfire along with the dinner. Night stay in Jaisalmer (Swiss Tent).
Day 05: Jaisalmer - : -
Morning proceed for Jaisalmer city. Arrive Jaisalmer and check-in at hotel. Later after proceed for city sightseeing tour - Jaisalmer visiting the burnished sandstone Jaisalmer, Throbbing in the heart of Thar, is an intricately molded wonderland in place of a barren land, today stands a city of gilded magic. The origins of Jaisalmer go back to 12th century, when Rawal Jaisal abandoned his old fort at Ludarwa and laid the foundation of a new city. Visit the magnificent fort, the Patwon Ki Haveli (Mansion) and Salim Singh Ki Haveli, with their carved balconies and brackets, which are supreme examples of the art. Evening at leisure. Overnight stay in Jaisalmer.
Day 06: Jaisalmer - Jodhpur : -
Morning drive to Jodhpur, Arrive Jodhpur, check in at hotel, Overnight stay in Jodhpur.
Day 07: Jodhpur :-
Morning proceed for city sightseeing tour of Jodhpur visiting Jodhpur - the stronghold of the fierce Rathore clan, was founded in 1459 by Prince Jodha. Visit the Mehrangarh Fort, situated on a low sandstone hill. Within the fort, visit Moti Mahal and Phool Mahal. Also visit Jaswant Thada, an imposing marble cenotaph, built in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II around 1899 and Umaid Public gardens. Overnight stay in Jodhpur.
Day 08: Jodhpur - Ranakpur : -
Morning drive to Ranakpur, arrive Ranakpur & check in at hotel. Later proceed to visit the Ranakpur Jain Temple that was built during the reign of the liberal and gifted monarch Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. The basement is of 48, 000 sq. feet area that covers the whole complex. The artistically carved nymphs playing the flute in various dance postures at a height of 45 feet are an engrossing sight. In the assembly hall, there are two big bells weighing 108 kg whose sound echoes in the entire complex. The main temple is of Chaumukh or four-faces temple dedicated to Adinath. Back to the hotel, Overnight stay in Ranakpur.
Day 09: Ranakpur - Udaipur : -
Morning drive to Udaipur, arrive Udaipur & check in at hotel. Evening boat ride at lake Pichola, Back to the hotel, Overnight stay in Udaipur.
Day 10: Udaipur : -
    Morning proceed for city sightseeing of Udaipur.The city is built in 1559 A.D. by Maharaja Udai Singh and has been described as the most romantic spot on the continent of India by Col. James Todd. Visit the City Palace museum, the Jagdish temple, Shaelion Ki Bari (Queen's resort for their friends) Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir (Folk art museum) and the Pratap Memorial. Overnight stay in Udaipur .
Day 11: Udaipur - Chittorgarh : -
Morning drive to Chittorgarh, on arrival check in at hotel & later proceed for sightseeing tour of Chittorgarh visiting the world famous Chittorgarh fort, which is crowning 180 meters hill & covers about 70 acres. On the crest of the enormous gray hills griddled by massive walls & seven majestic gateways. Back to the hotel, Overnight stay in Chittorgarh.
Day 12: Chittorgarh - Kota : -
Morning drive to Kota, arrive Kota, check in at hotel & later proceed for sightseeing tour of Kota visiting City Palace & Brij Vilas museum, Also visit Gagron fort and the ancient temple of Chandrabhaga situated on the bank of river Chandravati. Overnight stay in Kota.
Day 13: Kota - Jaipur : -
Morning drive to Jaipur, on arrival checks in at hotel & later proceeds for sightseeing tour of Jaipur. Overnight stay in jaipur.
A delightful blend of Mughal and traditional Rajasthani architecture, the City Palace sprawls over one-seventh of the area in the walled city. It houses the Chandra Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple and the City Palace Museum. Back to hotel, Night stay in Jaipur
Day 14: Jaipur : -
Morning proceeds for excursion to Amber Fort. Elephant ride ascent to the fort.
Amber is the classic Romantic Rajasthani fort palace. Its construction was started by Man Singh I in 1592, and completed by his descendent Jai Singh I. Its forbidding exterior belies an inner paradise where a beautiful fusion of Mughal and Hindu styles finds it's ultimate expression. Continue sightseeing.

This is the largest and the best preserved of the five observatories built by Jai Singh II in different parts of country. This observatory consisting of outsized astronomical instruments is still in use.
The ornamental facade of this "Palace of Winds" is a prominent landmark in Jaipur. Their five-storey structures of sandstone plastered pink encrusted with fine trelliswork and elaborate balconies. The palace has 953 niches and windows. Built in 1799 by Pratap Singh, the Mahal was a royal grandstand for the palace women. Overnight stay in Jaipur
Day 15: Jaipur - Bharatpur : -
    Morning drive to Bharatpur via Fatehpur Sikri - the greatest accomplishment of Mughal architecture, surpassed only in reputation. Construction of the new ceremonial capital, with its elaborate palaces, formal courtyards, reflecting pools, harems, tombs and a great mosque, commenced in 1571. Shortly after the work was completed fifteen years later, it was realized that there was a lack of an adequate water supply and the pristine complex was abandoned. Later drive Bharatpur, on arrival check in at hotel & later visit Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary on rickshaws. The most Spectacular water- bird Sanctuary features nesting indigenous water- birds and migratory birds. Back to the hotel, Overnight stay in Bharatpur.

Day 16: Bharatpur – Agra - Delhi : -
Morning drive to Delhi via Agra visiting the magnificent Taj Mahal built by the empror Shah Jehan between 1631 and 1653 as an expression of his love for his Queen Mumtaz Mahal. Later visit the Agra Fort containing the pearl mosque. The hall of public and private audience. Also visit Itmad- Ud- Daula's Tomb built by Empress Noorjahan in memory of her father. Arrive Delhi, on arrival check in at hotel, Overnight stay in Delhi.
Day 17: Delhi : -
Morning departure transfer to the international airport to board flight for onward journey Tour ends with sweet memories.


Tourist attractions in Mandawa

Mandawa is one of those towns in Rajasthan that is deeply associated with the history of Rajasthan. The beautiful town is located a few kilometers away from Jaipur. It is considered one of the sleepy hamlets of Rajasthan. It is quiet obvious that a place with so much historical significance will surely have a number of tourist attractions. Visiting the various tourist attractions in Mandawa will offer you a thorough knowledge about its rich history. However, tourist sites in Mandawa are not all about historical importance. You will also get places to shop and have fun.

About Mandawa

Places to Visit at Mandawa in Rajasthan  Traditional Building Designs in Mandawa

Mandawa is located in the Shekhawati region of the Rajasthan. The presence of a number of forts, mansions and havelis also make it a great tourist destination. Mandawa used to a busy market town for Rajput merchants. It was during that period, the Rajputs built a number of palatial mansions. It was their initiative to build the archways, murals etc. as well. This actually helped in imparting a royal ambiance and vintage charm to the place. The traders used to work in different parts of the country. However, whenever there was a question of building a palatial mansion, they built it in Mandawa. These mansions marked their wealth and prosperity.

About Udaipur

Udaipur is known to all as a beautiful, enchanting city. It is famous for the amount of ancient royalty simply brimming in its palaces and sparkling lakes. Udaipur is a huge tourist attraction today, delivering to the desires of all travelers.

As it was a former kingdom, Udaipur holds many stories to go along with its vast amount of majestic palaces. The Lake Palace, for one, covers the ground of an entire island and is simply magical. There are museums to visit preserving these old tales and artifacts, which will make you, feel even more in touch with the fame and royalty that Udaipur is simply coated in.

Many of these extreme palaces have been converted into the most fabulous, luxury hotels available in the world. Knowing the wonderfully exciting history will make a stay in one of these hotels truly a memory that will last a lifetime.

Udaipur is called “The Most Romantic City in India” for good reason. Whether you’re traveling with family for a fantastic bonding experience, with your significant other or even by yourself, one thing is certain: you will fall in love with this city. Located in the very heart of the Aravalli Mountains with the background setting of the jeweled lakes and colorful sunset, you’ll never have felt so in touch with your existence than in Udaipur.

About Jaipur

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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