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Golden Triangle Tour Circuit - Major Attractions :

Golden triangle circuit covers attractions of India's three historical cities namely Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. It has been named golden triangle after realizing locations of three cities that forms a triangle on the map of India. Golden triangle tour featuring some of India's most significant monuments such as Red Fort in Delhi, Amber Fort in Jaipur and foremost the incredible Taj Mahal in Agra. This tour starts from New Delhi and covers some of the most resplendent and scenic paths en-route to Jaipur and Agra. It also lets visitors enjoy the history, architecture and other aspects of the monuments were built over the years by Hindu Kings Mughal Emperors.

Visit of Delhi
Delhi is a capital city of India. It also refers as a focal point of north India. New Delhi is well connected by all the major cities of India and worldwide. Coming on to the city tour of Delhi, Delhi is divided into two parts - New Delhi and Old Delhi. New Delhi is also referred as Lutyens Delhi because a British architect Mr. Edwin Lutyen was the man behind the construction of New Delhi. Old Delhi is very different that of New Delhi, because essence of it remains the same as it was used to be in past years like narrow hives of lanes through traditional markets, come across chaotic and congested area. Delhi was ruled by many dynasties over the years before independence due to its political and commercial significance.

New Delhi
New Delhi was designed by an architect Sir Edwin Lutyen under the British between 1911 and 1931. It symbolizes modernity and progress along with wide roads, excellent infrastructures and beautiful tree avenues across the roads with fantastic metro rail network. It does not stop here but also offers magnificent monuments such as visit of Qutab Tower, President House, National Museum, India Gate- the war memorial, Akshardham temple and Lotus temple.

Old Delhi
Old Delhi was founded in 1639 by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan, who also built Taj Mahal in Agra. The huge rampart of Red Fort can be seen from the road leading to old Delhi. Asia's largest the Jama mosque is located in proximity. Old Delhi is often called as walled city. Very famous market Chandni Chawk market is frequented by thousands of people every day though area is congested and chaotic but still retains its culture from ancient past. Rickshaw ride through narrow hives of lanes in this area is preferred way to experience the lives of old Delhi. One must go to visit the massive Red fort that was built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan and the Jama Mosque.

Agra - Host city of Taj Mahal
Agra was once the imperial seat of Mughal Empire. Taj Mahal makes Agra a great international attraction. Agra is blessed with three UNESCO world heritage site such as Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Taj Mahal is an iconic monument and most visited amongst all in India. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in 16th century with the help of 20,000 workers in 22 years. It was made of white marble brought up from Makarana near Jodhpur. Taj Mahal is one of the wonders of the world. Agra fort has its own historical significance made of red sand stone where Emperor Shah Jahan was imprisoned by his own son Aurangajeb. He spent last eight years of his life in Red Fort looking at Taj Mahal through river Yamuna. At a distance of 40 km away from Agra, Fatehpur Sikri is also visited by tourists often called as abandoned city. The history, inlay work, intricate carving on the best of marble on Taj is notable, which epitomizes that how much love and passion Mughals had for art and architecture.

Jaipur - Pink city of Rajasthan
Jaipur is situated 260 km away from New Delhi in Rajasthan state on the western side of India. Jaipur is popularly known as pink city of Rajasthan. It was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. It offers amazing range of tourist attractions such as Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar-Mantar, City Palace, Jal Mahal and Nahargarh Fort. Amer Fort is a prime attraction of Jaipur located at 11 km away from the city on a hill was built by Raja Man Sing I. It is blend of Hindu and Rajput architectural style. Palace inside the fort, courtyard, garden, Sheesh Mahal or mirror Palace along with visit to Dewan-E-Aam or A hall of public audience and Diwan-E-Khas or A Hall of private audience is remarkable. It is made of red sand stone and marble. Another famous attraction of Jaipur is Hawa Mahal or Palace of Wind was designed in the form of crown of Hindu God the Lord Krishna. It has got more than 900 small windows on the five storey structure of beehive's shape. Nahargarh Fort is an astounding fort situated atop Aravali hills get stunning overlooking view of Jaipur city that twinkles during the night like a diamond. An artificial village called Chawki Dhani near Jaipur is also a worth visiting while in Pink city.

Golden triangle tour is an introductory tour for first time travelers yet enjoyable as it offers Taj Mahal Tour, Delhi tour and Jaipur Tour during Golden Triangle Tour Packages.

Count down begins for Kumbh Mela 2013:

Kumbh Fair 2013 Allahabad:
Kumbh fair is a gathering of Hindu mass celebrated at the river Ganges and Godavari, where bathing for purification from sin takes places. It is believed to say that all your sins will be washed away if you take a holy dip in river Ganges during Kumbh mela. There are two types of Kombi meal celebrated in India, The Ardh (half) Kumbh and Purna (Complete) Kumbh. The Ardh Kumbh is celebrated every six years while Purna Kumbh is celebrated every twelve years. The Ardh Kumbh takes place in Haridwar and Allahabad where as Purna Kumbh takes place in four places Haridwar, Allahabad, Ujjain and Nashik.

How does it occur: Kumbh Mela
Kumbh mela completely depends on planetary motion of planet Jupiter and the Sun. When Jupiter and the sun fall in the zodiac sign Leo it is held in Nasik, When the sun falls in Aries sign it is held in Hardwar and when Jupiter falls in Taurus and the sun is in Capricorn it is celebrated at Prayag. When Jupiter and the sun both fall in zodiac Scorpio the fair is held in Ujjain. Their auspicious dates for bathing in every Kombi are calculated well before according to a special astrological combination of sun, moon and Jupiter.

Important bathing dates in Kumbh Fair Allahabad 2013:
Next Kumbh Mela will be held in Allahabad in 2013, here are some auspicious dates for bathing during Kumbh Mela 2013 in Allahabad that goes on from 27th January up to 25th February.

14th January 2013 - Makar Sankranti
27th January 2013 - Paush Purnima
6th February 2013 - Ekadashi Snan
10th February 2013 - Mauni Amavasya Snan (Main Bathing Day)
15th February 2013 - Basant Panchami Snan
17th February 2013 - Rath Saptami Snan
21st February 2013 - Bhisma Ekadashi Snan
25th February 2013 - Maghi Purnima Snan

History behind Kumbh Mela:
Kumbh mela is originated from the story of Samudra Manthan (Churning of ocean of Milk) between Gods and demons. It is mentioned in many Hindu epics; however it goes like this when demigods approached lord Vishnu to regain their strength after losing it by the curse of Durvasa Muni. They were instructed by Lord to go for Samudra manthan (Churning of ocean of Milk) in Ksheera Sagar (Primordial Ocean of milk) for Amrita (the nectar of immortality). But the Lord Vishnu had told them to share everything equally with their arch enemies, the demons or Asuras whatever appears during churning. However, during churning when Kumbh of nectar appeared, the flight between demigods and demons had begun in the sky for twelve days and twelve nights. During the battle, Lord Vishnu incarnates as Mohini-Murthi appeared and took away the Kumbh of nectar. While running away with the Kumbh of nectar pouring drops of amrita at four places Allahabad, Haridwar, Ujjain and Nasik. That is how Kumbh mela is celebrated in four places.

Major activities in Kumbh Fair:
Kumbh mela is the most sacred of all the pilgrimage of Hindus. The most important event of the Kumbh mela is religious bathing in the river in which ever city it is being held. Naked saints or Sadhus can be seen during Kumbh mela other activities include religious gathering of holy men and women, religious Discussion and devotional singing. Traveler's point of view Kumbh mela is very crowded. People come from all over the world to join the Kumbh fair to see the rituals.

Facilities in Kumbh Mela:
When it comes to the facilities during the Kumbh fair for the tourists and devotees, administration try to regulate entire event smoothly by providing lodging in tented accommodation near the banks of Ganges. These tents have attached bathrooms as well.

Kumbh Mela in Allahabadis going to be held from 27th January to 25th February 2013.Which is a religious congregation of all the Hindu devotees where all the rituals will be celebrated at fullest at the river Ganges. Religious discussion can also be seen in Allahabad Kumbh Mela 2013.

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Delhi Agra Varanasi Tour - Highlights

The highlight of this tour is Varanasi as this is referred one of the oldest cities in India, often referred as 'the city of temples". Varanasi is a city come under a state of Uttar Pradesh in Northern India. Varanasi has become now a religious center for Hindus, Buddhists and Jain, and also a center for learning, literature and culture. The city is also called as Banaras or Kashi. The lives of the people of Banaras revolve around the holy river Ganges and its religious significance. Varanasi is situated on the bank of river Ganges and the river's Ghats are worth visiting once in a life time. Varanasi is also a producer of many Indian legends such as Musician, poets, writers etc. Gautama Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath which is near Kashi. According to the many Hindu scriptures, Varanasi is considered one of the seven sacred cities of India. It is believed that the city was founded by Hindu God Lord Shiva.

Varanasi is not only a place for religious importance but also a great city for Shopping as Varanasi is an industry for famous Banarasi Silk weaving and Brassware. Varanasi is also famous for its brocaded fabrics, saris, jewelry. Carpets, lamp shades etc. Varanasi has been flocked by thousands of travelers every year from all over the world to see its narrow lanes decorated by typically road side shops, enchanting ghats surrounded by temples and eye catching crowds. Major tourist attractions of Varanasi include The Ghats of Varanasi, The Kashi Vishwanath Temple/ Gyanvapi Mosque, St. Mary's Church, Bharat Mata Temple, Tulsi Manas Temple, Bharat Kala Museum and Benaras Hindu University.

Apart from visiting only Varanasi, we have prepared an itinerary including historical cities like Delhi, Jaipur, Agra along with Varanasi which is so popular amongst tourists. The tour will start from Delhi as all international flights are landed here. Delhi is itself a capital of India and a state too. Delhi is very rich with culture and also noted as one of the finest historical cities of India. First city after Delhi we are going to cover is Jaipur, often called as the "Pink City" of Rajasthan.

Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and endowed with a rich history along with stand out tall Forts and Places cannot be seen elsewhere in India. Amber fort & Nahargarh Fort are the major tourist attractions of Jaipur. The tour has become richer with culture and history as Agra has been added to the itinerary because Agra is blessed with "Taj Mahal" a symbol of love and one of the wonders of the world till date. It is an outstandingly beautiful marble building built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his late wife Mumtaj Mahal. Taj Mahal is an iconic monument of India and visiting Taj Mahal cannot be felt elsewhere in the world.

Varanasi is well connected by all roads, trains and flights from all major cities of India. Trains and flights are the best option to opt in to get Varanasi city. You can go for either of them. One must come to Varanasi tour to feel the atmosphere of cultural amalgamation. Delhi Agra Varanasi Tour is not to be missed as there are many things on your platter in one tour

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Wildlife in India - Tourism Aspects:

Wildlife enthusiasts get huge opportunities in India to explore its rich biodiversity and possibility of spotting rare and endangered species of flora & fauna. The country has been blessed with 89 national parks and more than 400 wildlife sanctuaries. India is also home to various rare and endangered species such as Black buck, Golden languor, Deer & Antelopes, Asian Buffalo, Nilgiri, Golden Jackal and Tigers. Though there is a long list of rare animals being preserved in various national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of India.

To protect large mammals like tigers is very important to preserve a wilderness that is why "project tiger" came into existence in 1972 and launched 1973 in India. This project has given a boost to the conservation of wildlife as well as wildlife tourism in India. It has been a successful move towards the preservation of wilderness in India. Prominent members of India's wilderness are Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Brown Fish-Owl, Ring necked Parakeet, Indian Wild Dog, Lion-tailed Macaque, Indian Gazelle, Indian Rhinoceros and Asian Elephant.

Wildlife Tourism in India has been growing as new tourism sector due to being a rich and varied wildlife in India, which had a profound impact on the country's rich culture. India is home to world renowned wildlife sanctuaries and national park such as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Periyar Bird Sanctuary, Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandhavgarh National Park, Bandipur National Park, Corbett National Park, Dudhwa National Park, Kanha National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Gir Forest and Sunderbans National Park.

To understand and to see closely India's rich wildlife, we have been organizing tours for wildlife sightseeing in India since wildlife tourism has become the main attractions for wildlife lovers. Tourist is also offered jungle safari by Jeeps and Elephant during the wildlife sightseeing tour to get the best opportunity to have a close look of India's rich wilderness.

One can explore the wild jungles and forest of India on specially designed India wildlife tours and feel the excitement of spotting tigers prowling in the jungle. India wildlife Tour offers thrilling experience of Indian jungle safari during the wildlife sightseeing tour

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Indian Cultural Tour: Indian- A treasure house of Cultures & Traditions :

India is literally a treasure-house of cultural & traditional values of the people of India. No matter what religion and cultural society they come from, all the fairs and festivals are celebrated in huge way by the people from all walks of life in India. Namaste, is commonly used word to greet others or salutation in Indian context. It is widely used by the people live in South Asian or Far East Asian countries too. A word "Namaste" is basically originated from Sanskrit word "namah" and it is a first thing taught to children in Indian families to respect elders. To greet someone with respect, you need to press your palms together with all fingers pointing upwards keep them close to your chest and bow your head slightly while saying Namaste. This is an Indian style of greeting people. Namaste's literarily means 'I bow to you'.

India has complex blend of historical traditions, diverse religious societies and cultures, can not be seen elsewhere in the world. Cultural values in Indian society remain constant over the years and still play an important role in Indian context. Though culture of modern Indian society has changed a bit over the years from the effect of western culture but still all traditional values have been intact within it. Existing major religions in India are Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, and Buddhism. Christianity, Judaism and Bahai are also followed in India but not influential compare to others. The most divers and amazing part of Indian culture are its countless spoken languages across the country. Hindi is an official language of India and English is second official language spoken by the people of India. India is a federal union of 28 states and 07 union territories. Though every states/union territories have their own official languages, however regional dialects are also widely used in communications by the people of India.

Culture of India also refers to the way of life to the Indian families & Indian marriages. Joint Indian family is an ideal module of Indian cultural society irrespective of religions. Joint families still play a pivotal role to maintain or safeguard the cultural traditions within its family structure. When it comes to the Indian marriages, for years arranged marriages have been successful and popular in Indian society. If we simplify the method of arranged marriage, the Bride and Groom are selected by parents and close family members with the consent of bride & Groom though parents let their children decide on their match. When bride & groom express their desire to get married the Than only arranged marriages The rituals and customs of Indian marriages differ from place to place within the country.

Fairs & Festivals are an integral part of the Indian cultural society. Indian loves to celebrate. India being a multi-cultural and multi-religious society celebrates fairs and festivals of various religions round the year across the country.

The India Cultural Tours showcasing amalgamation of its divers religions, beliefs, customs, traditions, languages, ceremonies, arts, values and the way of life in India and its people. Cultural Tours to India also refers to the various tourism aspects of Indian culture and its diversity

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A visit to the birth place of Lord Krishna and around :

It is a splendid tourist circuit to tour when you are in India. These places are visited round the year by a large number of domestic and international tourists from all over the world. These towns come under the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. It is a very popular circuit amongst the visitors due to its uniqueness in being an epitome of Hindu and Muslim faith. The most attractive and beautiful monuments built by Mughals in 16th Century can be found in Agra while Mathura and Vrindavan are the typical Hindu pilgrimage center associated with the Hindu God Lord Shri Krishna.

Tour starts from Delhi but can be customized according to your choice. Agra and Mathura are well connected by trains and roads from Delhi. Mathura is 155 km from Delhi while Agra is 210 km away. It takes three hours to reach Mathura and 04 hours to Agra from Delhi by road. Mathura is 60 km away from Agra. Mathura and Vrindavan should be covered first when tour starts from Delhi as some important temples close by 12:00 noon in these towns. Agra can be visited later on in next half of the day. It needs at least 2 to 3 days to cover magnificent sights of Agra Mathura and Vrindavan. Ashrams, Hotels and Guest house are easily available in and around these towns.

Highlights of major attractions of this amazing tourist circuit.

AGRA :

Taj Mahal: The world's most beautiful marble building, a mausoleum built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the 16th Century by employing 20,000 workers for 22 years to complete it, in the memory of his beloved late wife Mumtaj Mahal. This is the most visited heritage site in India by a large number of domestic and international travelers. Visitors come here to see its intricate marble carving, ultimate symmetry and the marvelous architectural style not seen elsewhere in the world. Taj Mahal is also regarded one of the wonders of the world.

Agra Fort: Red Fort in Agra situated on the bank of river Yamuna, can be seen from the Taj Mahal. This is also a worth visiting heritage site again built by Mughal Emperor Akabar built the fort between 1565 to 1571. It is also called as a walled city. Agra fort contains the beautiful palaces both in red sand stones and white marble built over three generations of Mughal Emperor such as Akbar, Jahangir and Shahjahan. This is the fort Where Shah Jahan spent the last eight years of his life in home arrest. Shah Jahan was imprisoned by his own son Aurangjeb.

Fatehpur Sikri: Fatehpur Sikri is popularly known as 'Ghost City' or "Abandoned City" because it was abandoned by its own creator Mughal emperor Akbar due to the lack of water supply in the area and the proximity to Rajputanas. Constructions started in 1570 and completed in 1585 but it was abandoned after only 14 years. Fatehpur Sikri is one of the most interesting Mughal monuments due to its historical and architectural significance.

MATHURA: Mathura is a very famous pilgrim center for Hindus, located 155 km south east of Delhi and 60 km away from the city of Taj Mahal, Agra. Mathura is the Birth Place of Lord Krishna and literally known as Shri Krishna Janm Bhoomi or Lord Krishna's Birth Place. There are many

Worth visiting places mostly the temples of historical significance associated with Hindus, such as Krishna janma Bhoomi, Jai Gurudev Ashram - Naam Yog Sadhna Mandir, Dwarikadheesh Temple, Durvasa Rishi Ashram, Sri Keshavji Gaudiya Matha etc.

VRINDAVAN : Vrindavan is around 11 km away from the town of Mathura and can not be missed when you are in Mathura. Vrindavan is home to several Hindu temples. Vrindavan is a neighboring town of Mathura and together they are often called a twin town. It is believed to say that Lord Shri Krinsha spent his youth here. There are numerous temples belonging to the different sects of Hinduism, to see around Vrindavan but some of them are very popular like Banke Bihari Temple, Rang ji Temple and Iskcon Temple etc.

GOVERDHAN: Goverdhan is a hill situated near the town of Vrindavan. This hill is worshipped by Hindus due to its historical significance associated with Lord Krishna. It is believed that, Lord Krishna lifted Goverdhan Hill and held it up for the protection of his own people or villagers from the deity Indra. Goverdhan Puja is hugely celebrated here in large scale a day after the Hindu festival Diwali in the belief that Lord Krishna defeated deity Indra, A God of Rain & Thunder.

GOKUL: Gokul is a small town in Mathura district, also a worth visiting place if you are in Mathura tour. It is believed that Gokul is the place where Lord Krishna spent his childhood past time.

BARSANA: Barsana is a also a small town in the proximity of Mathura in the state of Uttara Pradesh. It is believed that a favorite Gopi or Gopika , popularly known as Radha spent her childhood here in Barsana. According to the Indian epics, Gopi or Gopika was used to be Cow-Herding girls had an unconditional devotion to the Lord Krishna, and Radha was the favorite Gopi. Barasan is home to many followers of Gaudiya Vaishnavism.

Agra Matura Vrindavan Tour is one of the most loved tourist circuits of India. The close proximity of these towns from one another makes it easy to travel around. As we have written above, apart from Agra Mathura Tour, there are plenty of opportunities to visit many more places around that reveal an identity and stature of Lord Krishna.

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Same Day Taj Mahal Tour by Train:

Visit Taj Mahal is itself a lifetime experience for everyone as this is regarded one of the most beautiful marble building on earth. It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 16th century by employing 20,000 workers for 22 years to finish this incredible work. It inspires people to come over again and again to see an astounding mausoleum. It shows devotion and love Shah Jahan had for his beloved wife Mumtaj Mahal was exceptional.

Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in remembrance of his beloved wife who had died while delivering her 14th child. It is often called as a monument of love. Agra is an important place to include in very itinerary of North India Tour. It has gone viral to include Agra, irrespective of traveling any part of India.

It has become so popular amongst the corporate travelers as well because of their tight and busy schedule but a zest for glimpses of Taj Mahal. A day trip to Agra is best suites tour for corporate travelers. A well crafted Agra tour by luxury train Shatabdi where one can have lots of fun at fullest.

Intricate carving on the marble stone, which were used to build the Taj Mahal and its Mughal architectural style, draws attention of millions of tourists worldwide. An idea to make such tour is to make everyone visit an exquisite building once in a life time as it is worth spending a few moments of life at Taj Mahal. The tour takes traveler to the Agra city where they get to see other important Mughal monuments apart from Just Taj Mahal. Other incredible Mughal sites are also worth seeing such as Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Sikandara. Agra by train is an organized and committed to provide the best services. For the first time travelers in India, it is also an opportunity to experience the Indian trains. Shatabdi trains from Delhi are being widely used for a day trip to Agra as Shatabdi is one of the best trains in India. To get Agra by Shatabdi train is the best way to explore the city of Taj.

Same Day Taj Mahal Tour by train covers the distance in less than 02 hours from Delhi to Agra where as by road it takes 04 hours. Shatabdi is an air-conditioned train. Breakfast and dinner are served on board. It leaves in early morning at 06:00 AM and reaches out Agra in less than 2 hours and on the way back it departs from Agra at 20:35 hrs. Taj Tour by train includes the services like, surface transportations, train tickets, an approved guide in Agra during city tour, delicious lunch at a five star hotel in Agra and assistance on arrival.

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Golden Triangle Tour :- An Introductory Tour

It is an introductory tour for first time travelers in India, offers best suited itinerary includes city tour of three historical cities of India such as Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Visit of three magical cities of northern India namely Delhi, Agra and Jaipur is called Golden triangle tour of north India. It has some famous attractive tourist sights of India. Triangle implies geographical location of these three cities on the map of India that forms a triangular shape when you draw a line connecting cities to each other. Generally golden triangle tour goes for 06 to 08 days starting from Delhi offers famous tourist attractions of India such as Red fort, Taj Mahal, Fatehpursikri, Amber Fort.

Golden triangle tour includes the visit of extremely diverse cities of Old and New Delhi, the capital city of Rajasthan, popularly known as pink city- Jaipur offers magnificent forts and palaces and the world most beautiful marble building the incomparable Taj Mahal. Tour starts from Delhi, later it goes to the famous sights of Agra and Jaipur and culminates in Delhi. This is the most frequented tourist circuit in India because it shows the great cultural amalgamation and providing a good spectrum of India's different landscapes. All three major tourist destinations of this tour have lots to offer to the visitors. Please watch out for some of the major attractions of the tour

PLACES TO SEE IN DELHI:
Delhi is divided into two parts.

Old Delhi : Red Fort, Jama Mosque, Chandni Chowk and Rajghat

New Delhi : Jantar Mantar, Rashtrapati Bhawan (The Official Residence of President of India), India Gate (A war memorial in honor of Indian soldiers who died in world war first and Afghan war), Humayun's Tomb, Qutb Minar and Lotus Temple.

PLACES TO SEE IN JAIPUR:

Hawa Mahal : most recognizable monument of Jaipur. The 5 storied stunning semi-octagonal monument having 152 windows with over hanging latticed balconies is a fine piece of Rajput architecture.

Jantar Mantar : An Observatory

City Palace :

Amer Fort : The fort is remarkable as much for the majestic grandeur of its surroundings as for its sturdy Battlements and beautiful palaces

Jaigarh Fort & Nahargarh Fort

Choki Dhani : (An ethnic Rajasthani Village)

PLACES TO SEE IN AGRA:

Taj Mahal : One of the wonder of the world, is the mausoleum of the Mumtaz Mahal and also one of the great architectural marvels in the world. An ideal epitome of love and dedication, the Taj Mahal was built by the fifth Mughal Emperor, Shahjahan in 1630 after the death of his beloved Mumtaz Mahal

Red Fort: The Red Fort in Agra stands on the banks of the river Yamuna making it quite dominant in The whole area.

Fatehpur Sikri: An Abandoned City, Built by the Mughul emperor Akbar in 1571

Golden Triangle Tour is the most sold out tours in India because it is short and showcasing various attractions of its kind that are incomparable such as Red fort in Delhi , Amber Fort in Jaipur and Taj Mahal in Agra. It can be tailor-made as per the visitor's choice. It starts from Delhi and next destination can be selected by visitors to go to either Agra or Jaipur. There are many extension tours available to Golden triangle tour such as extension to Udaipur, Amritsar, Nepal, Ranthambore, Khajuraho and Varanasi.

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India - A land of Cultural Diversity

It is always recommended that all visitors who are planning to visit India must part their holidays wisely as India is such a big country to cover in one trip. Stretching yourself in an idea to cover maximum in one trip may spoil your holidays and chances are there to miss out something very important which you would never want it. It is suggestible to consult with approved Travel agents before coming to India. There are countless religions, cultures, traditions and communities of different faith existing in India, making it very confused for the first time visitors. Therefore, it is good idea to divide holidays into parts and visit one particular area at one time, make it more meaningful and interesting.

North India Tour:
Delhi is the capital of India as well as the largest metropolis in North India. Mostly, tours for North India start from Delhi as Delhi is well connected by International & domestic flights, Trains and roads from all the major cities of India. North India encompasses the mountainous beauty, Significant pilgrimages of India, perfect spots for adventure lovers & trekkers, One of the wonders in the world - Taj Mahal etc. Some mountainous states of North India offer renowned treks and spots for adventure such as Valley of flowers and Hemkund Sahib Treks, rafting in Rishikesh, Para gliding and Para sailing in Manali, unprecedented landscape of Leh Ladakh. The famous forts and palaces of Rajasthan are often included in the itinerary of North India which is a most fascinating state of India.

South India Tour:
South India is famous for its temples of Tamilnadu, Beaches of Kerala, and houseboat journey through backwaters of Kerala. Bangalore in Karnataka, Cochin in Kerala and Chennai in Tamilnadu are the major cities where international flights are also landed. South India is also blessed with incredible wildlife sanctuaries namely Periyar Wildlife, Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary and Indira Gandhi Sanctuary. One must enjoy the houseboat journey through the backwaters of Kerala. It is also dotted with beautiful hill stations like Kodaikanal, Munnar, Ooty etc.

West India Tour:
Places come under western India are listed amongst most industrialized in India. Western India consists of States like Goa, Maharashtra and Gujarat and union territories such as Daman, Die, Dadra & Nagar Haveli. Breathtaking beaches of Goa, Caves of Ajanta & Ellora, Bollywood city Mumbai and Gir forest wildlife sanctuary of Gujarat are major tourist attractions of Western India.

East India Tour:
This is one of the most fascinating areas in terms of tourist attractions as east India houses states like, Assam, Odisha, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Bihar. There are unique attractions lies for travelers in this region such as Buddhist circuit places in Bihar. Thousands of travelers come every year to visit places related to the life of Buddha. Orissa is a cultural state in this region where dance and music of state is highly regarded. Bhbaneswar is the capital of Orissa and also a center of economy of the state. Orissa is blessed with some spiritual cities like Cuttack, Puri, and Jagannath. Kolkota is also a city to watch out for because it was once the capital of India in British Raj and offers cultural tourism for its visitors now days. Assam is surrounded by six of the seven sister state such as Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, and Meghalaya. Assam is also a gateway to the seven sister state. Its world renowned Kaziranga National park is famous for one horned Rhinoceros.

Central India Tour:
Central India is a perfect blend of Wildlife and Heritage sites of India. Madhya Pradesh comes under the states of Central India. Madhya Pradesh is home to the countless tourist attractions and often called as heart of India. It houses the world's most renowned wildlife sanctuaries like Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Panna National Park, Satpura National Park and Pench National Park. Again coming to the heritage site of Madhay Pradesh, travelers have lots of choice such as Temple group of Khajuraho, Sanchi Stupa and also offer sightseeing tour of cultural cities like Ujjain, Gwalior, Panchamarhi, Orcha, Mandu, Indore and Omkareshwar. Madhya Pradesh is also famous for its rare tribes of Bhadia, Korku and Bhil.

India is land of hospitality, Spirituality and cultural diversity. So, once planed for Indian Holidays, plan it out wisely.

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