India’s golden triangle is a tour which comprises three famous cities namely Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. In Delhi you will be inspired with its historic monuments like Red fort, Jamia Masjid, Chandni Chowk and many more are worth seeing in Delhi. Agra is a city on the bank of Yamuna River. It is famous for its wonderful Mughal buildings like Taj Mahal, Arga fort, Fatehpur Sikri these are being world legacy sites. Now moving to the royal city Jaipur. It is known as pink city as it is well known place for its tourist attractions like Amber Fort, HawaMahal and Jantar Mantar. You will enjoy the trip without any doubt and experience the breathtaking tourist sites.
Day 01/Arrival Delhi
Arrive Delhi, meet help at the air terminal & exchange to lodging. Night stay in Delhi.
After breakfast continue for touring voyage through Old & New Delhi :
OLD DELHI – A touring voyage through Old Delhi would involve going to the Raj Ghat – the dedication site where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated; Jama Masjid – the biggest mosque in India.
NEW DELHI – A broad touring voyage through New Delhi would incorporate a visit to the Humayun’s Tomb, the Qutub Minar, a drive along the stately street – Rajpath, past the forcing India Gate, Parliament House, the President’s Residence and would end with a drive through the Diplomatic Enclave. Night stay in Delhi.
Day 03/Delhi – Jaipur (By train Dep 0610 Hrs Arr 1040 Hrs )
Early morning get from inn & exchange to railroad station to board the superfast airconditioned train to Jaipur. Breakfast in the train. Arrive Jaipur and exchange to lodging. Later touring voyage through Jaipur covering:
CITY PALACE – A delightful mix of Mughal and customary Rajasthani construction modeling, the City Palace sprawls more than one-seventh of the territory in the walled city. It houses the Chandra Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple and the City Palace Museum.
JANTAR MANTAR – This is the biggest and the best protected of the five observatories manufactured by Jai Singh II in diverse parts of the nation. This observatory comprising of outsized cosmic instruments is still being used.
HAWA MAHAL – The fancy veneer of this “Royal residence of Winds” is a noticeable point of interest in Jaipur. Their five-story structures of sandstone put pink encrusted with fine trelliswork and intricate galleries. The castle has 953 corners and windows. Implicit 1799 by Pratap Singh, the Mahal was a regal show off for the castle ladies.
Night stay in Jaipur.
After a casual breakfast continue for a morning trip to Amber Fort. Elephant ride climb to the stronghold.
Golden FORT PALACE – Amber is the excellent sentimental Rajasthani post castle. Its development was begun by Man Singh I in 1592, and finished by his descendent Jai Singh I. Its disallowing outside gives a false representation of an inward heaven where a lovely combination of Mughal and Hindu styles thinks that its definitive expression. Proceed with touring.
JAIGARH FORT – The Western horizon is overwhelmed by the broad parkotas (Walls), watch-towers and doors of Jaigarh. It is one of only a handful couple of military structures of medieval India safeguarded verging on in place containing royal residences, gardens, transparent stores, a grannary, an ordnance, an all around arranged gun foundry, a few sanctuaries, a tall tower and a goliath mounted gun the Jai Ban the biggest in the Country.
LAXMI NARAYAN TEMPLE – Situated in the south of Jaipur, Laxmi Narayan Temple is one of the numerous such sanctuaries manufactured by well off Birla family in India, along these lines it is otherwise called Birla Mandir. The sanctuary is an extraordinary indication of the mainstream conventions India has demonstrated throughout the hundreds of years. The sanctuary has been developed in white marble and has three arches, every depicting the diverse ways to deal with religion. The sanctuary is arranged at the foot of Moti Doongri Fort, changed over as a little royal residence by Ram Singh II for his wife Gayatri Devi. Night stay in Jaipur.
Day 05/Jaipur – Agra (By Car Approx 05 Hrs)
After breakfast drive to Agra enroute going to Fatehpur Sikri-The forsook, red Sandstone City, Emperor Akbar fabricated that as his capital and royal residence in the late sixteenth century is an invigorating knowledge. It a veritable tall tale city and its “vestiges” are in immaculate condition … it’s not difficult to envision what the court life more likely than not been similar to in the times of its greatness. Likewise visit the Bulund Darwaza, the biggest door on the planet. Proceed with drive to Agra and exchange to inn. Night allowed to investigate the rich crafted works of Agra. Night stay in Agra.
Day 06/Agra – Delhi (By train Dep 2025 Hrs Arr 2230 Hrs)
Early morning at dawn visit TAJ MAHAL-the fifth Mughal sovereign, Shah Jahan, constructed it in 1631 in the memory of his second wife, Mumtaz Mahal, a Muslim Persian princess. She passed on while going with her spouse in Behrampur in a battle to smash a resistance, subsequent to bringing forth their fourteenth tyke. Her passing so pounded the head that all his hair and whiskers were said to have developed snow white in a couple of months. At the point when Mumtaz Mahal was still alive, she extricated four guarantees from the head: to start with, that he manufacture the Taj; second, that he ought to wed once more; third, that he be benevolent to their kids; and fourth, that he visit the tomb on her passing commemoration. He kept the first and second guarantees. Development started in 1631 and was finished in 22 years. Twenty thousand individuals were conveyed to chip away at it. An Iranian engineer outlined it and it is best refreshing when the building design and its decorations are connected to the energy that propelled it. It is an “image of everlasting adoration”.
Additionally visit Agra Fort-the corroded and superb red-sandstone fortification of Agra stands on the banks of the stream Yamuna and the development was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1566. At the Diwan-I-Am (lobby of open group of onlookers), a colonnaded corridor of red-sandstone with a throne niche of trimmed marble at the back, the Emperor heard open petitions. At the Diwan-I-Khas (corridor of private gathering of people) where marble structures with botanical trims loan an ethereal atmosphere, the Emperor sat on his pearl studded Peacock Throne and met remote diplomats and leaders of inviting kingdoms. Late night exchange to railroad station to board the superfast airconditioned train to Delhi. Supper in the train. Arrive Delhi and exchange to inn. Night stay in Delhi.
Mornign Breakfast, Transfer to air terminal for ahead voyage.