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A ‘holistic tinge’ to Golden Triangle

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Arrival at New Delhi Airport – your tour to India begins... 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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Today, your trip to India’s famous Golden Triangle stars… Begin with a sightseeing trip 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). From the India gate, you can have outside views of two most important buildings of the Indian Democracy – the ‘Parliament House’ and ‘Rashtrapati Bhavan’ (official residence of the Indian President).

Proceed with your Delhi sightseeing and see some more marvels like the ‘Qutub Minar’ (world's tallest free standing brick minaret - the first monument built after the Islamic conquest of Delhi), and the ‘Humayun's Tomb’ (the Mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Humayun - a trendsetter of Indo Islamic architectural style that reached its peak at Taj Mahal).

After the Delhi-stint, come back to hotel, refresh & check-out, and continue your journey to ‘Pink City’ alias Jaipur. On reaching Jaipur, check in to your hotel and relax. Overnight stay at Jaipur.

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This day is fully dedicated for Jaipur sightseeing… start with a visit to an elegant mansion, the ‘City Palace’ – an eye catching fusion of Rajputana and Mughal Architecture. Next, visit the nearby ‘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. You may feel this amazing structure resembles a giant honeycomb!

Afterwards, tour to some of the city’s famous attractions like; ‘the Monkey Temple’ (an ancient shrine occupied by thousands of monkeys) – where you can feed the ‘special’ inmates. At dinner time, drop in to ‘Choki Dhani’ – an ethnic Village Resort that offers an ideal pastoral experience of Rajasthan. After relishing the unique local cuisines return to your hotel for overnight stay.

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Today morning, visit Jaipur’s towering landmark - the ‘Amber Fort’ (former capital of Rajput Kings) - an imposing Fort city atop steeply hills. On the top of this majestic fort, you will be greeted with a spellbinding view 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.

Later, 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 – all still well preserved. Soon, an hour’s drive from Fatehpur Sikri brings you to ‘Agra’ – an ancient city plus erstwhile capital of the Mughals. Depending on your time of arrival, you can opt for a delightful ‘Sunset view’ of the ‘Taj Mahal’, the finest specimen of Mughal architecture. As the day ends, check in to your hotel at Agra for overnight stay.

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Warm up for this day with a delightful ‘Sunrise view’ of the ever-elegant ‘Taj Mahal’. Soon set out to see that monument which spread India’s name throughout the world. After the main entrance, a walk thru the lovely gardens brings to near the white marbled mausoleum. Watch how the surface is decorated with floral patterns & artistic calligraphy. Feast your eyes with this marvel of a monument – even now, only few could match it in terms of beauty & architectural brilliance.

(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)

After the Taj-stint, drive 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. After your exposure with India’s pre-historic era, return to your hotel at Agra and stay overnight.

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Time for more exposure with bygone times… Depart Agra and proceed to Jhansi, another historical city, by train. At Jhansi, pay visits to some living testimonies of ancient splendours like, the legendary ‘Jhansi Fort’ and ‘Rani Mahal’ (residence of former Jhansi Queen ‘Rani Laxmi bai’ – a prominent figure in India’s 1st war of Independence). Then, drive to the nearby town ‘Orchha’ (another power centre during the Princely States’ era). Enjoy this peaceful abode, free from maddening crowd, with a variety ancient temples and tombs. Visit Orchha’s most striking landmark - the ‘Palace-Fort’ and its constituent buildings, such as, ‘Raj Mandir’ and ‘Jahangir Mahal’.

Next, drive to ‘Khajuraho’ – site of priceless monuments. Overnight stay at Khajuraho.

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An eye-feast of a totally different kind awaits today… the mind boggling Temple-complex of Khajuraho. Nowhere else one can find such a large group of olden shrines, that too with amazing carvings! Roam around Khajuraho temples… you can find plentiful Hindu as well as Jain temples, enriched with artistic carvings and realistic sculptures. Some sculptures will especially catch attention, owing to their peculiar ‘poses’!

In the evening, you can opt for a ‘Light & Sound Show’ at the Temple complex – which will throw insight into the history, philosophy and the art of sculpting of these magnificent temples. Afterwards return to your hotel for overnight stay.

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More options to go deeper into India’s vast cultural heritage… Today, depart Khajuraho to Varanasi, by flight. India’s oldest city as well as one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Varanasi is much more than a pilgrim’s spot… It has been the cultural & religious hub of North India for several thousand years. At Varanasi, you can see that almost every road-crossing has a nearby Temple – thus the legendary nickname, ‘City of Temples’!

After the divine-sightseeing in Varanasi, proceed to ‘Sarnath’, a holy Buddhist site located close by. Originally a deer-park-site, it was at Sarnath that the Holy Buddha delivered his first sermon (after his enlightenment). Visit the monument - ‘Dhamekh Stupa’ and the remains ancient Buddhist monasteries. If time permits, also visit ‘Sarnath Archaeological Museum’ where some finest Buddhist specimens are housed (including the famous ‘Asok Pillar’). Overnight stay at Varanasi.

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This day, get acquainted with the holiest and largest river in India – the ‘Ganges’. In Hinduism, it is worshipped as ‘Goddess Ganga’, and since pre-historic times many provincial / imperial capitals were located on its banks. Take a boat ride to capture Ganges’s life in-brief… On both sides of the river you can view India’s multi-faced cultural life. After your ‘discovery of India in a nutshell’, depart Varanasi to Delhi by flight.

At the capital city, do some shopping as time permits. Stay overnight at your hotel in Delhi.

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It’s time to bid farewell … Check-out from your hotel and proceed to Delhi Airport. The tour concludes as a truly memorable one.

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