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Arrival at New Delhi Airport – the starting point of your fascinating Indian tour... Upon arrival, proceed for check-in to your hotel at ‘New Delhi’ – the legendary state capital of India. Take own time to settle down in the new environs. Subject to time, go for sightseeing New Delhi’s nearby attractions. Overnight stay at the hotel in New Delhi.

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Start this day with a brief sightseeing of Delhi. Visit some of Delhi’s precious landmarks, such as, the mighty ‘Red Fort’ (a masterpiece of the Mughal architecture), the ‘Rajghat’ (Memorial of ‘Mahatma Gandhi’, regarded as the ‘Father of India’), and the ‘India Gate’ (a war memorial raised in honour of the Indian soldiers).

After your Delhi-stint, come back to hotel, refresh & check-out, and proceed to Mandawa - a town in Rajasthan known for its proud fort and havelis (mansions). Overnight stay at Mandawa.

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Today, set out for sightseeing ‘Mandawa’ – a town often referred as an ‘open art gallery’ due to the presence of numerous charming havelis (mansions). Visit Mandawa’s notable havelis, namely, ‘Gulab Rai Haveli’, ‘Bansidhar Newatia Haveli’, ‘Shekawati’ ... Then, visit another major monument - the ‘Mandawa Fort’.

Later, travel to Bikaner – the fascinating desert city of Rajasthan. On arrival, check-in to your hotel at Bikaner and take a break. Overnight stay at Bikaner.

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This morning, set out for sightseeing Bikaner – the city of striking red sandstone forts, stunning palaces / havelis and, golden sand dunes.

Visit Bikaner’s prime fortress – the ‘Junagarh Fort’. Inside the fort, see its eye-catching constituents like the ‘Karan Mahal’ (public audience hall), ‘Anup Mahal’ and the ‘Fort Museum’. Later, subject to time, visit Bikaner’s other noted monuments like, the ‘Laxmi Niwas Palace’ and ‘Lalgarh Palace’. After the Bikaner-excursion, drive to a ‘golden city’ at the heart of Thar Desert – Jaisalmer. On reaching Jaisalmer, transfer to your hotel for overnight stay.

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A full day for sightseeing Jaisalmer... Start with a visit to the massive ‘Jaisalmer Fort’ – its sandstone walls turn to a magical honey gold colour at sunset ! Visit ‘Patwon Ki Haveli’ – the largest and most magnificent of Jaisalmer’s havelis (mansions). Then, trace Jaisalmer’s ancient ‘Jain heritage’ by visiting some prominent Jain Temples (many adorn this desert city).

Later, experience the ultimate speciality of Jaisalmer by op ting for a Jeep / Camel Safari thru the golden coloured sand dunes. Find yourself amidst the seas of sands... much like the ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ style! (subject to time and resource, the lucky ones can avail the typical desert’s ‘tent-stay’.) Overnight stay at Jaisalmer.

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Today morning, leave Jaisalmer and drive to another distinct desert city of Rajasthan – ‘Jodhpur’, place nicknames as ‘Sun City’ / ‘Blue City’, owing to its unique climatic conditions and skyline. At Jodhpur, visit its notable attractions, such as, the ‘Umaid Bhavan Palace and Museum’ (arguably the finest of many such mansions / havelis in the area), the ‘Umaid Gardens’ (a vast garden with lush lawns & flowers) ... Then spend your evening time by shopping (optional) – get to know the typical items reflecting legendary Rajputana culture. Overnight stay, at your hotel in Jodhpur.

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One more day for exploring Jodhpur’s assets... Visit the ‘Mehrangarh Fort’ (the most magnificent fort in Jodhpur - stationed on a hilltop). See the numerous attractions confined within the fortress like; palaces, galleries, temples and the fort a museum. Then, visit the ‘Jaswant Thada’ – a royal cenotaph made up of white marble – located close to the Mehrangarh fort complex. Continue your overnight stay at Jodhpur.

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This day, depart from Jodhpur and drive to Udaipur... en route, halt at ‘Ranakpur’ village - one amongst the 5 most important pilgrimage sites of Jainism. Visit the marble temple, an architecturally wonderful Jain Shrine in Ranakpur. After experiencing an air of holiness, proceed to Udaipur – the ‘City of lovely lakes’ in Rajasthan (also, the historic capital of erstwhile Rajput Kingdom of Mewar). Overnight stay at Udaipur.

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A day-long sightseeing of the ‘Lake City’ – Udaipur... Visit the ‘City Palace complex’ (a massive series of elegant palaces, built at different times of Rajput rule). Visit ‘Sahelion ki Bari’ (gardens beautified with lotus pools, marble pavilions and elephant-shaped fountains). Then, take a boat ride in the plush ‘Lake of Pichola’ – a lake with two cute islands, ‘Jag Niwas’ and ‘Jag Mandir’. At the middle of the lake you can view the ‘Lake Palace’ – a sight that will remind of pictures from fairy tales! After relishing the ‘city of lakes’ for the day, get back to your hotel for overnight stay.

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This morning, depart Udaipur and travel to Jaipur (Rajasthan’s royal capital), by flight. On reaching Jaipur, after a short relax, set out for sightseeing. Visit the elegant mansion, ‘City Palace’ – an eye catching fusion of Rajputana and Mughal Architecture. Next, visit the ‘Jantar Mantar’ – the largest Stone Astronomical Observatory in the World! Then proceed to view a classic testimony of the Rajputana architecture, the ‘Hawa Mahal’ (meaning ‘Palace of Winds’) – a pyramid shaped facade with five stories & decorated with hundreds of pink sandstone windows. Afterwards, take a tour to ‘the Monkey Temple’ (an ancient shrine occupied by thousands of monkeys) – where you can feed the ‘special’ inmates. Overnight stay at Jaipur.

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Another full day for Jaipur sightseeing! First, visit the ‘Amber Fort’ (former capital of Rajput Kings) - an imposing Fort city atop steeply hills. On the top of this majestic fort, you can have spellbinding views of surrounding mountains and the Maotha Lake below. Inside the fortress, explore the beauty of the Mugal-Hindu architectural combination in several spots like, the ‘Ganesh Pol’, ‘Maharaja Palace’, ‘Diwan-i-Am’ & ‘Diwan-E-Khas', ‘Jai Mandir’, ‘Sheesh Mahal’ - a hall, full of tiny inlaid mirrors, and the adjoining ‘Shila Devi Temple’. For descending the steeply hills from Amber Fort, you can opt for an exciting Elephant ride.

Then, as time permits, do some shopping at Jaipur and find out the innumerable special items that the city is known for. At dinner time, drop in to ‘Choki Dhani’ – an ethnic Village Resort that offers an ideal pastoral experience of Rajasthan. After heartily enjoying the unique local cuisines return to your hotel for overnight stay.

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Today, depart Jaipur for ‘Fatehpur Sikri’ (once-capital of the Mugal Kingdom, which was abandoned later). At Fatehpur Sikri, you can ‘virtually’ travel back to a bygone era, by sightseeing plentiful monuments and red sandstone palaces.

After an hour’s drive from Fatehpur Sikri, you will reach ‘Agra’ – an ancient city plus erstwhile capital of the Mughals. At Agra, visit the splendid ‘Agra Fort’ - a massively walled palatial city - look alike of the celebrated ‘Red Fort’ at Delhi. Then, proceed to see the finest specimen of Mughal architecture - ‘Taj Mahal’. Feast your eyes with this marvel of a monument – even now, only few could match it in terms of beauty & architectural brilliance. Overnight stay at Agra.

(Taj Mahal will be closed on Fridays for the public, except for those who go for afternoon prayers in the mosque next to the monument)

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This morning, leave Agra to ‘Mathura’ – the legendary birthplace of Hindu God ‘Krishna’. Visit the spot where Lord Krishna was born and the timeworn Temple nearby (which has withstood many aggressions). Then, see ‘Vrindavan’ – site of an ancient forest which is the region where Lord Krishna spent his childhood.

Afterwards, continue your ride to Delhi. Subject to time, do a fleeting sightseeing of Delhi’s remaining attractions, such as, the ‘Humayun's Tomb’ (the Mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Humayun - a trendsetter of Indo Islamic architectural style that reached its peak at Taj Mahal), the ‘Qutub Minar’ (world's tallest brick minaret - the first monument built after the Islamic conquest of Delhi), and the ‘Connaught Place’ (Delhi’s largest shopping and Commercial area). Later, return to your hotel at Delhi for overnight stay.

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Conclusion of your ‘Royal Rajasthan cum Golden Triangle’ mega tour… Check out from your hotel and proceed to Delhi Airport – a departure with complete satisfaction!

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