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Tour Duration: 10 Nights / 11 Days
Places Covered: Delhi / Varanasi / Khajuraho / Agra / Jaipur / Udaipur / Mumbai
Tour Destination: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5 | Day 6 | Day 7 | Day 8 | Day 9 | Day 10 | Day 11
An 11 day trip, taking you through some of the best known sights of North India.  The trip starts in Delhi, India’s capital, takes you to the banks of the Ganges, in the holy city of Varanasi, then, to the city of the Chandela Temples of Khajuraho, before visiting Agra, the home of the Taj Mahal.  The trip continues west, taking you to the Pink City of Jaipur, famous for it’s Forts and Palaces, then to the lake city of Udaipur, before ending in Mumbai, India’s commercial capital.
Day 01 – Arrive Delhi
You will be met at the airport by Trans India Holidays representative and transferred to the hotel and assisted with check in formalities. Delhi is the capital of India, and its third largest city.  Delhi consists of two parts – New Delhi, the city created in 1911 as the imperial capital of India by the British and the Old Delhi, the Muslim capital of India between the 17th and 19th centuries. In fact there have been at least eight cities on the site of modern Delhi – the earliest known settlement, Indraprastha, featured in the epic Mahabharata over 3000 years ago. Though not always the capital, Delhi has always been an important city of northern region of the subcontinent. Overnight in Delhi.
Day 02 – In Delhi
After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel and taken for a guided sightseeing tour of Old & New Delhi.  Tour includes visits to the following places of interest.Red Fort, Splendors of North IndiaRed Fort: Derived from a Hindi word Lal, which means red and Quila which means fort. It is laid out along the river Yamuna as an irregular octagon, surrounded by a wall of about 2.4 kms in circumference and is built of red sandstone. Shah Jahan started construction of the massive fort in 1638 and it was completed in 1648. The fort has two main entrances, the Delhi Gate and the Lahori Gate, which faces the famed Chandni Chowk market. The fort has Diwan – e – Am (hall for public audience); Diwan – e – Khas (hall for private audience); Rang Mahal (a water-cooled apartment of royal ladies); Pearl mosque, built of white marble. 
Jama Masjid: In Old Delhi, an architectural extravaganza of Shah Jahan, is the country’s largest mosque where thousands of Muslims offers prayers even today. It was built in 1658. The flight of stairs and its large courtyard are marvels of architecture. Chandni Chowk (Silver Street): It is the colourful main street and shopping bazaar of Old Delhi and is today one of the country’s best known wholesale market for textiles, electronic goods and watches.  The entire area was designed by Jahanara Begum, Shah Jahan’s favourite daughter and was then inhabited by the well-to-do families of the time. Around the area is the famed Paranthawale Gali, known for its delicious paranthas, Dariba Kalan, the gold market and well-known sweetmeats shops. 
Raj Ghat  On the banks of river Yamuna, a simple square  platform of black marble marks the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated following his assassination in 1948. A commemorative ceremony takes place each Friday, the day he was killed.Birla Mandir Close to Connaught Place, it was built by the industrialist Raja Baldev Birla in 1938.  The temple is an important prayer site and contains idols of several deities.
India Gate:  This 42 meter high, free standing arch was built in 1931.It was originally called All India War Memorial in the memory of the 90,000 soldiers of the Indian Army who died in World War I. The names of the soldiers are inscribed all along the walls of the arch.  In 1971, the eternal flame was lit here to honour the Amar Jawan (Immortal Soldier).Rashtrapati Bhavan (President’s House): It is the official residence of President of the country. Designed by Lutyens, it was the official residence of the Viceroy when the British ruled India. 
Humayun’s Tomb: It was built by Haji Begum (widow of Humayun) in 1565 – 66, nine years after his death. Qutub Minar: This magnificent structure in the southern part of the capital was built by the Muslim King; Qutab – ud – din Aibak in 1199 A.D. Minar (tower) is 72.5 meters high and has as its base a mosque.Bahai’s Temple: It is a very recent architectural marvel of the Bahai faith and is visible from several spots in South Delhi. It is a lotus shaped and has rightly been given the name.Overnight in Delhi.
Day 03 – Fly Delhi - Varanasi
After leisurely breakfast at hotel, you will be met by our representative and assisted with check-out formalities. You will then be transferred to the airport in time to board flight for Varanasi.Varanasi, Splendors of North IndiaVaranasi - Varanasi, the ‘eternal city’ is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in India and also a major tourist attraction.  Situated on the banks of the sacred Ganges, Varanasi has been a center of learning for over 2000 years.  Besides being a pilgrimage center, it is considered an auspicious place to die, ensuring an instant route to heaven.  Varanasi is still a center of learning, especially for Sanskrit scholars, and students flock here from all over India.  The old city of Varanasi is situated along the west bank of the Ganges and extends back from the riverbank ghats in a winding collection of narrow alleys. They’re too narrow for anything but walking and tall houses overhang the picturesque, though hardly clean, lanes.  The town extends from Raj Ghat, near the bridge, to Asi Ghat, near the university.
You will be met at the Varanasi airport by our representative and transferred to the hotel and assisted with check in formalities.Later, you will be picked up again from your hotel for the guided tour of Varanasi. Tour includes visits following places of interest:Asi Ghat:  It is one of the five special ghats which pilgrims are supposed to bathe from in order and on the same day.  The order is Asi, Dasaswamedh, Barnasangam, Panchganga and finally Manikarnika.
Durga Temple: It is commonly known as the Monkey Temple due to the many monkeys that have made it their home.  It was built in the 18th century by a Bengali maharani and is stained red with ochre.  The small temple is built in North Indian Nagara style with a multi-tiered shikharas (spires).  This temple is also closed to non-Hindus, however, you can look down on the temple from a walkway at the top.
Kashi-Vishwanath Or Golden Temple: Dedicated to Vishveswara Siva as the Lord of the Universe, the Golden Temple is across the road from its original position.  Aurangzeb destroyed the original temple and built a mosque over it – traces of the earlier 1600 temple can be behind his mosque.  The present temple was built in 1776 by Ahalya Bai of Indore, and the gold plating on the towers was provided by Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Lahore.  Next to the temple is the Gyan Kupor Well – the well of knowledge.  Non-Hindus are not allowed into the temple but can view it from upstairs in a house across the street.Overnight in Varanasi.
Day 04 -  Fly Varanasi – Khajuraho
The day starts early with a dawn boat ride on the holy river The Ganges. Your guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the river Ganges.  At dawn, the city and the river are coming alive, the light is magical and Varanasi looks an exotic place. A highlight of any trip to Varanasi - this is an incredible scene, as multitudes of devotees comes to the river to pay homage to the Sun God. The riverfront, as seen from a boat at sunrise, is a spiritually uplifting sight. Hinduism, deep and mystical, is everywhere: in a decorated doorway; in a glimpse of a glittering temple; in the sound of a sacred bell; in the chant of the priests; and in the fragrance of flower oblations.
Return to hotel. After leisurely breakfast,  you will be met by our representative and assisted with check-out formalities. Then you will be transferred to airport in time to board flight for Khajuraho.Khajuraho: - Khajuraho was once the capital of the Chandela Rajputs of Bundelkhand. It is home to the world famous 10th century Khajuraho temples. These temples represent some of the most exquisite specimens of medieval Hindu architecture and sculpture in the country. You will be met at Khajuraho airport by our representative and transferred to hotel and assisted with check in formalities.No activities are scheduled for this day. Spend the rest of the day enjoying the hotel facilities or exploring the city on your own. Overnight in Khajuraho.
Day 05 -   Drive Khajuraho - Jhansi (172kms/3½ hrs.) & Train to Agra Khajuraho, Splendors of North India After breakfast  at hotel, you will be picked up from your hotel and taken for a guided sightseeing tour of Khajuraho Tour includes visits to the following places of interest:Eastern Group Of Temples – It’s  includes the Lakshmi and Varaha Temple, the Lakshmana Temple, the Kandariya Mahadev, the Mahadeva Temple; the Devi Jagadamba Temple, the Chitragupta Temple and the Vishwanath Temple. 
Western Group Of Temples - Also houses the Matangesvara Temple, the only temple where worship continues and the Chausath Yogini Temple, presently in ruins and believed to be the oldest temple in Khajuraho. The Eastern Group of temples houses the Parasvanath Temple, the largest and finest Jain temple in the city as well as the Adinath Temple, the Shantinath Temple, the Ghantai Temple, the Javari Temple, the Vamana Temple and the Brahma and Hanuman Temple.
Later in the afternoon, you will be met by our representative at hotel and assisted with check out formalities. You will then start your drive to Jhansi nearest railway station of Khajuraho, and board the Shatabdi Express train to Agra (1750/2000hrs). Agra - Situated on the bank of Yamuna River, is home to India’s most famous landmark, the Taj Mahal. Agra was the capital of Mughal Empire in the 16th & 17th centuries and its superb monuments date from this era.You will be met in Agra at railway station by our representative and transferred to hotel and assisted with check in formalities.Overnight in Agra.
Day 06 - Drive Agra - Jaipur (250 kms/05 hrs)
The day starts early with a sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal. Your guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the Taj Mahal.Taj Mahal, Splendors of North IndiaTaj Mahal: The Taj Mahal was constructed by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaj Mahal who died during the birth of her child in 1631. The construction is said to have taken 22 years to complete, starting from 1631, with over 20,000 craftsmen working round the clock. Artisans and experts were brought from France and Italy and the main architect was from Iran. 
Return to hotel for breakfast. Later, you will be picked up again for the guided tour of Agra Fort.Agra Fort: Construction of the massive red sandstone Agra Fort on the bank of Yamuna River was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1565 and it was to be predominantly a military structure until his grandson, Shah Jahan, added more palatial accommodations. There are a number of exquisite buildings within its portals such as Samman Burj, where Shah Jahan was held captive by his son, Moti Masjid, a white marble mosque, Diwan – e – Am,  Diwan – e – Khas, Jahangir’s Palace, Khaas Mahal and Shish Mahal. 
You will then start your drive to Jaipur. Stop enroute at Fatehpur Sikri for guided tour of this ancient capital.Fatehpur Sikri: the deserted capital of Emperor Akbar approximately 35 kms outside Agra. Built in the 16th century, this city was abandoned 12 years later due to a scarcity of water. The entire city of Red sand stone (sand stone palaces and temples) is virtually intact and a site worth seeing is the 54 m high main entrance - The Buland Darwaza, The gate of victory constructed to commemorate Akbar’s victory in Gujarat. 
After the visit, continue your drive to Jaipur.Jaipur - Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, known as the “Pink City” because of the pink – colored buildings in its old city.  It is situated on a dry lakebed in a somewhat arid landscape, surrounded by barren hills surmounted by forts and crenellated walls. Founded in 1727 by Maharaja Jai Singh II, who was careful to cultivate good favour with the ruling Mughals, he laid out the city with rectangular blocks according to ancient Hindu architecture. It is a wonderful city for shopping.On arrival at Jaipur hotel, you will be met by our representative and assisted with check in formalities.No activities are scheduled for this day. Spend rest of the day enjoying the hotel facilities or exploring the city on your own. Overnight in Jaipur.
Day 07 -  In Jaipur Hawa Mahal, Splendors of North India After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel and taken for a guided sightseeing tour of Jaipur and Amber.  Tour includes visits to the following places of interest:Hawa Mahal (Palace of winds): Built by Maharaja Sawaj Pratap Singh in 1799, the Hawa Mahal is one of Jaipur’s major landmarks, the facade of which is all pink windows and filigree screens. It was originally built to enable ladies of the royal household to watch the everyday life and processions of the city. City Palace: It is still the home of the former royalty H.H Bhawani Singh Ji of Jaipur housing an extensive collection of art, carpets and old weapons. 
Jantar Mantar (Observatory): It was built by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1728. At first glance, Jantar Mantar appears to be a curious collection of sculptures but in fact each construction has a specific purpose such as measuring the positions of stars, altitudes and azimuths, and calculating eclipses. The most striking instrument is the sundial with its 27 meter high gnomon.  The shadow this casts moves up to 4 meter an hour. 
Amber Fort:  The Amber Fort is situated 11 kms away from Jaipur. Amber was once the ancient capital of Jaipur state. The Fort is a superb example of Rajput architecture, stunningly situated on a hillside and overlooking a lake, which reflects its terraces and ramparts. The climb to the fort is on gaily-bedecked elephants.Overnight in Jaipur
Day 08 -  Fly Jaipur –  Udaipur, Splendors of North India After an early breakfast at hotel, you will be met by our representative and assisted with check-out formalities. Then you will be transferred to airport in time to board flight for Udaipur.Udaipur, the famed 'city of sunrise', was founded in 1567 by Maharana Udai Singh, a fearless Rajput king. This languid lake city with its fantasies in marble, picturesque hibiscus-covered gardens and elaborate fountain pavilions, embodies the glory of the Rajput era. Like many other cities in Rajasthan, Udaipur is the legacy of an honour-bound race that loved the good things in life - and often gave up their lives defending them.You will be met at the Udaipur airport by our representative and transferred to the hotel and assisted with check in formalities.Overnight  in Udaipur.
Day 09 – In Udaipur
After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel and taken for a guided sightseeing tour of Udaipur. Tour includes visits to the following places of interest:City Palace:  The imposing City Palace, towering over the lake, is the largest palace complex in Rajasthan. The main part of the palace is now preserved as a museum with a large and varied collection of glass, porcelain figures and miniature paintings. 
Jagdish Temple: It is located only 150 mts from the city palace is the famous Jagdish Temple. This fine Indo-Aryan Temple was built by Maharana Jagat Singh in 1651 and enshrines a black stone image of Lord Vishnu as Jagannath, Lord of the universe. A brass image of the Garuda is in a shrine in front of the temple.Saheliyon Ki Bari: The Saheliyon ki bari or the garden of the Maids of Honour, is in the north of the city. It is a small ornamental garden with fountains, stone elephants and a delightful lotus pool.
Lake Pichola: Deriving its name from Pichali village, it is surrounded by hills, palaces, temples, bathing ghats and embankments. There are two island palaces, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir. The former was the summer residence of princes of Mewar and has now been converted into a hotel. Jag Mandir is built of red sandstone with a marble dome. Enjoy an evening boat cruise on Lake Pichola - the shimmering waters of the Lake combined with the City Palace in the background, serve as a magical way to end your day in Udaipur.Rest of the day is at leisure and can be spent enjoying the hotel facilities or exploring the city on your own. Overnight  in  Udaipur.
Day 10  -  Fly Udaipur – Mumbai
After leisurely breakfast at hotel, you will be met by our representative and assisted with check-out formalities. You will then be transferred to airport in time to board flight for Mumbai.Mumbai, North India Splendors ToursMumbai - Formerly known as Bombay, is the commercial capital of India. Known as the "city that never sleeps", Mumbai is a potpourri of cultures, customs and lifestyles. This is a city that thrives on commerce at every level during the day and lets its hair down unabashedly at night. Mumbai is also home to the largest film industry in the country. The city is dotted with a multitude of Victorian and Indian architectural landmarks that add to its charm. You will be met at the airport by our  representative and transferred to the hotel and assisted with check in formalities. Overnight in Mumbai.
Day 11 - Depart Mumbai
After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel and taken for a guided sightseeing tour of Mumbai. Tour includes visits to the following places of interest:The Prince Of Wales Museum: With its art, archeology & natural history sections, it is one of the best museums in the country Victoria Terminus: One of the city's largest buildings with an elaborate Italian Gothic design, this terminus station of the Central Railway seldom slips out of travellers' eyes. The first train to steam out of this station, abbreviated as VT, to Thane was in 1853.
Gateway Of India: A ceremonial arch built in 1927 to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary is located in this southernmost peninsula of the city. Constructed in honey-colored basalt, the design of the gateway was inspired by 16th century Gujarati Architecture. The changing light of the rising and setting sun gives varied hues of gold, russet and pink to the imposing arch. The Gateway holds historical significance as the last of the British troops leaving Independent India by sea, marched through its portals.
Marine Drive: This sweeping Queen's Necklace, flickering with a thousand lights at night turns into the main thoroughfare linking Malabar Hill and the northern parts of the island to the southernmost points of Colaba, Cuffe Parade, Nariman Point and Fort.Flora Fountain: It stands at a busy five-point intersection in the heart of the commercial Fort area. The beautifully sculptured fountain was erected in the memory of the Governor, Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, as a tribute for his contribution towards the building of Mumbai.
Malabar Hill: On the northern promontory of Back Bay is the expensive residential area of Malabar Hill, favoured for its cool breezes and fine views over Back Bay. The formal Hanging Gardens, known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, on top of the hill, Kamala Nehru Park, Parsi Towers of Silence and the temple of Walkeshwar, the Sand Lord, invite tourist attention here.Later in the day you are met by our representative at your hotel and assisted with check out formalities, followed by transfer to airport in time for your flight home.
Varanasi, one of world's oldest living cities, is rightly called the religious capital of India. Also known as Banaras or Benaras, this holy city is located in the southeastern part of the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. It rests on the left bank of the holy river Ganga (Ganges), and is one of the seven sacred spots for Hindus. Every devout Hindu hopes to visit the city at least once in a lifetime, take a holy dip at the famous 'Ghats' of the Ganga, walk the pious Panchakosi road that bounds the city, and, if God wills, die here in old age.Both Hindus and non-Hindus from around the world visit Varanasi for different reasons. Although Varanasi is popularly called the city of Shiva and Ganga, it is at once the city of temples, the city of 'ghats', the city of music, and the center for moksha or nirvana.
Agra is famous for having one of the Seven Wonders of the World – the Taj Mahal. Strewn with historical monuments, architectural grandeur and the beauty of marble structures, Agra is among the most popular tourist attraction in India. A trip to Agra is a must for both domestic and foreign tourists. A visit to the Taj Mahal is incomplete without being photographed in front of the famous monument.The Mughal capital is situated in north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Agra, along with Jaipur and Delhi, forms the Golden Triangle of Indian tourism.HISTORY Agra is a medieval city and is assumed to be built in 1475. It has found mention even in the epic Mahabharatha as Agraban (meaning paradise). The renowned second century geographer Ptolemy has also spotted this place as Agra in his world map. The present Agra city was established by king Sikander Lodhi of the Lodhi Dynasty in 16th century. Agra was the capital of many dynasties including Lodhi and Mughals.
KHAJURAHO: Once guarded by swaying date palm trees, which gave the city of Khajuraho its name, the city is a study in art and sculpture. The city traces its origin to the 10th century when it was the bastion of the Chandela dynasty. Khajuraho's claim to fame are the famous Chandela temples, erected between the 10th and 11th centuries, these temples were abandoned to the jungle during the Muslim era. In 1840 British tiger-hunters came upon them and in the 1920s twenty-two of the original 85 were excavated. The rosy sandstone tiered temples of beautifully carved figures depict the warrior clan's ebullient style in battle and in love. Now a world heritage site, Khajuraho is an Indian destination you cannot afford to miss. Places to visit in Khajuraho are the Eastern and Western Group of Chandela temples.
Jaipur, popularly known as the "Pink City" is a city full of architectural marvels. Visit this place along with your family and friends because Jaipur is going to turn their cheeks pink for sure!Located in the deserts of India in Rajasthan, is its capital, the 1st planned city of India, Jaipur. The city popularly known as the pink city was constructed on 18 November 1727 by the emperor of Amber-Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. The entire city is armored by a fortified wall which encompasses it and is shielded by seven gates.The Pink CityThe principles of Shilpa Sastra on Indian Architecture can be very well realized in the buildings of Jaipur. Jaipur is outstanding among contemporary Indian cities for the width and reliability of its streets. In 1853 the whole city was painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales!
The Hawal Mahal ,Jaipur is a hotspot for forts, palaces, temples, monuments and even gardens. The magnificent Hawa Mahal is a royal treat for the eyes. Hawa Mahal the “Palace of Winds” or the “Palace of Breeze” is distinctive in its five-story exterior which is analogous to the honeycomb of beehive with its 953 small windows called jharokhas that are adorned with intricate lattice work. The cooling effect in the chambers is provided by the breeze passing through the small windows of the fa├žade. This is enhanced by the fountains located at the centre of the chambers. The panoramic sight from the roof of the palace is unimaginably beautiful. The bazaar on the east side will remind you of the avenues of Paris!
Mumbai:"The City That Never Sleeps" "The City Of Dreams"....Well, Mumbai Truly Justifies These Tags Given To It By The Millions Of Visitors Who Flock To Do A Reality Check.Mumbai, Was A Group Of seven Islands, In Its Early Years Of Formation. Also A Prominent Colony Of The British East India Company, The City Has A Mix Of Both The Bygone British Era & The Uber Cool Modern Era. The City Is Divided Into Two Zones, Suburbs & Town. Suburbs Are In North Bombay And Town Is In South Bombay, Also Known As SoBo!The Town Has A Lot To Offer, In Terms Of Tourist Attractions, Superb Eateries, Nightlife And Entertainment. One Of The Most Famed Shopping Streets In Town Is " Colaba Causeway". One Will Find Lots Of Foreign Tourists Flocking This Street To Buy Exquisite Antiques Or Ethnic Handicrafts. The Street Is Lined Up With Pubs And Clubs, After Eight The Street Becomes The Most Happening Place In Mumbai For Nightlife. Some Of The Few Famous Places To Visit Are:-Leopold Cafe: A Popular hangout Amongst Foreign Tourists, Nice And Affordable. Attractive Merchandise On Sale.Cafe Mondegar: Or Mondy's As It Is Popularly Known, Is One Of The Best Places In Town To Hangout Or Sip A Pint Of Beer. The Decor Is Unique And Staff Is Courteous.Koyla's Ethnic Cuisine: An Ethnic Rooftop Restaurant And Lounge, With The Best In Town View Of The Bombay Harbour. Sheesha Is A Must Have At This Place.Well, A Lot Has To Be Explored On This Fun-Filled Street, Well Mumbai Is A Lot More Beyond Just Nightlife And Cuisine. A Lot More To Come In The Days To Come......!


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