Duration: 06 Days/05 Nights
Destination Covered: Delhi – Jaipur – Agra – Delhi
Now, you can receive the most amazing Indian tour with pottering from Mohak India. It is a country with various cultures and traditions. This tour takes you to the borders of Delhi, where hundreds of potter families from Rajasthan have been settled. Pottering is the most sensual art. In India we have a great tradition of pottery making. This tour provides you a unique idea of villages in India. Our tour guide will explain you the cultural activities of potters, pottery workshops and traditional indoor games. This tour helps in building confidence level of potters as they feel good about the fact that people from different parts of the country are interested in their work.
Day 01/Arrival Delhi
Arrive Delhi, meet help at the airplane terminal & exchange to inn. Night stay in Delhi.
After a comfortable breakfast touring voyage through New Delhi where luxurious structures review the days when India was the Jewel in the crown of the British domain. Visit the eleventh century Qutab Minar, India Gate and the excellent government structures, the President’s House, Red stronghold, Mahatama Gandhi Memorial , Also visit Laxmi Narayan sanctuary prevalently known as Birla Temple. Night stay in Delhi
After breakfast ENJOY THE FEEL OF CLAY, LEARN HAND & WHEEL POTTERY.
Today you will learn you how to get ready earth for ceramics, the different strides of tossing a pot and how to work an oven. Likewise acquaint you with different earthenware improvement systems. You likewise learn different systems for coating through earthenware lessons. In addition, you learn ceramics intricacies like how shapes can be changed on the Wheel by applying the right weight at the right point, furthermore how to give your stoneware objects excellent completions. Night stay in Delhi.
Day 04/Delhi-Jaipur (by street approx 6hrs commute)
After ahead of schedule breakfast drive to Jaipur .Arrive Jaipur & exchange to inn. Later continue for city touring voyage through Jaipur visit
CITY PALACE-A delightful mix of Mughal and conventional Rajasthani structural planning, the City Palace sprawls more than one-seventh of the range 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 saved of the five observatories assembled by Jai Singh II in diverse parts of the nation. This observatory comprising of outsized galactic 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 involved overhangs. The castle has 953 corners and windows. Implicit 1799 by Pratap Singh, the Mahal was a regal show off for the royal residence women.Night stay in Jaipur.
Day 05/Jaipur –Agra (by street approx 5hrs commute)
After right on time breakfast continue for a morning trip to Amber Fort. Elephant ride climb to the post.
Golden FORT PALACE – Amber is the excellent sentimental Rajasthani stronghold royal residence. Its development was begun by Man Singh I in 1592, and finished by his descendent Jai Singh I. Its restricting outside gives a false representation of an internal heaven where an excellent combination of Mughal and Hindu styles thinks that its definitive expression. Proceed with drive to Agra enroute going by Fatehpur Sikri-The forsook, red Sandstone City, Emperor Akbar manufactured that as his capital and castle in the late sixteenth century is a thrilling knowledge. It a veritable children’s story city and its “remnants” are in perfect condition … it’s not difficult to envision what the court life more likely than not been similar to in the times of its grandeur.Arrive Agra & exchange to inn. Night stay in Agra .
Day 06/Agra –Delhi (by street approx 4 hrs drive)
Early morning visit to Taj Mahal at dawn. one of the seven miracles of the world without a doubt the most luxurious _expression of affection ever made. 20,000 men worked for more than 17 years to construct this commemoration to Shah Jahan’s dearest wife . Additionally visit Agra Fort-the corroded and magnificent red-sandstone fortification of Agra stands on the banks of the waterway Yamuna and the development was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1566. At the Diwan-I-Am (corridor of open gathering of people), a colonnaded lobby of red-sandstone with a throne niche of decorated marble at the back, the Emperor heard open petitions. At the Diwan-I-Khas (corridor of private gathering of people) where marble structures with flower trims give an ethereal feel, the Emperor sat on his pearl studded Peacock Throne and met outside represetatives and leaders of amicable kingdoms. Evening commute to Delhi .Arrive Delhi & exchange to airplane terminal to load up the forward fli