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9 Days India Taj Mahal Tour

9 Days India Taj Mahal Tour


Itinerary Summary

The trip to the jewel of Agra-Taj Mahal can leave you mesmerized completely. Taj Mahal Tour would not just be a trip to another ancient structure of India but it would be the journey in the historical times of India witnessing eternal love. It is the epitome of love and beauty. Taj Mahal is one of its kinds in the world and attracts visitors around the globe. It is the most spectacular and favorite tourist destinations of India. The white marbles and wonderful architecture of the structure makes the visitors spellbound. The Taj Mahal Tour begins Delhi and then heading to Agra and at the end visiting Jaipur.

  • Day 1:

    Arrival at Delhi

    Meet the company representative at Delhi international Airport late in the night. Relax at the hotel after the transfers. Delhi is the capital of India that represents the kingdoms and Mughal era that lies sprawled across the city. It gives a perfect insight in to the mainland of ancient India.

    Relax overnight in Delhi.

  • Day 2:

    Delhi

    Lotus Temple, Delhi Tour PackageProceed to a sightseeing tour to Delhi after your breakfast at the hotel. New Delhi represents the legacy left behind by the British in India while Old Delhi represents that of the Mughals. Both the cities mark the division in the lifestyles where Old Delhi is laden with rich, colourful past depicting many facets. On the other hand, New Delhi is quieter and modern according to the 21st century standards.

    The Imperial or the New Delhi tour includes visit to the Qutub MInar, which is the tallest stone tower in India. Drive past the President's residence, the Rashtrapati Bhawan, Parliament House and it time permits visit the Lotus temple. It is made from cement, sand marble and dolomite. It is a perfect place for meditation and open to all faiths that gives opportunity to obtain peace and tranquility. Its founder was a Bahai, Bahaullah was regarded as one of the most recent Messengers of God and existed during 1817-1892. He is in line with other Messengers of God like Moses, Abraham, Christ, Zoroaster, Muhammed, and Buddha.

    Enjoy your evening with the Dances of India Show and stay overnight in Delhi.

  • Day 3:

    Delhi

    Start your day tour with Old Delhi sightseeing thatbegins at the Raj Ghat, which is Mahatma Gandhi memorial. Drive past the Red Fort and Jama Masjid in bicycle ricksaw. Jama Masjid is Asia's one of the largest mosque. Red Fort was built in 1638 along the banks of river Yamuna and both the monuments can be viewed from outside. You can see lots of people coming in and out of the mosque throughout the day and the nearby bazaar makes the place anything but peaceful.

    Visit the Akshardham Temple in Delhi meaning the eternal and divine holy abode. It is a divine abode of eternal virtues and values defined in the Vedas or Upnishads, which states that bhakti, peace and purity prevails over anything else. The Swaminarayan Temple of India epitomizes Indian culture that is as old as 10,000 years and stands tall amongst other cultures depicting great wisdom, eternal beauty and bliss. Go on a shopping spree in Delhi and stay overnight.

  • Day 4:

    Delhi

    Start your day tour with Old Delhi sightseeing thatbegins at the Raj Ghat, which is Mahatma Gandhi memorial. Drive past the Red Fort and Jama Masjid in bicycle ricksaw. Jama Masjid is Asia's one of the largest mosque. Red Fort was built in 1638 along the banks of river Yamuna and both the monuments can be viewed from outside. You can see lots of people coming in and out of the mosque throughout the day and the nearby bazaar makes the place anything but peaceful.

    Visit the Akshardham Temple in Delhi meaning the eternal and divine holy abode. It is a divine abode of eternal virtues and values defined in the Vedas or Upnishads, which states that bhakti, peace and purity prevails over anything else. The Swaminarayan Temple of India epitomizes Indian culture that is as old as 10,000 years and stands tall amongst other cultures depicting great wisdom, eternal beauty and bliss. Go on a shopping spree in Delhi and stay overnight.

  • Day 5:

    Agra

    Begin your day with a leasurly breakfast in Delhi. Reach Agra in afternoon and relax at the hotel.

    Taj Mahal, Agra Tour PackageAGRA: Akbar and Shah Jahan were the two Mughal emperors that made the small village of Agra a modern day city what it is today. They proclaimed it as the second capital of the Mughal Empire naming it to be Dar-ul-Khilafat meaning the Seat of the Emperor. Modern day Agra is a contrasting edifice of white marble and red sandstone with big bunglows, narrow alleys and quant buggies. It still retains the charm of being the most favorite city of the Mughals. It carries the Mughal heritage and the same can be seen lurking round the every corner of the city. You can even smell the wafting aroma of Mughlai cuisine in the narrow city lands.

    Stay and relax overnight in Agra.

  • Day 6:

    Agra - Jaipur

    (221 KM)

    Visit Fatehpur Sikri in Agra after the breakfast, which is a city, built by Akbar in red sandstone. This fairy-tale city still carries ruins from the past that are still in their pristine condition. You can easily imagine the court life and its grandeur. Visit the Buland Darwaja, which is the largest gateway in the world.

    Proceed to the pink city of Jaipur.

    Jaipur is the pink city of Rajasthan and is also the state capital laden with mighty fortresses, resplendent palaces and regal Maharajahs sprawled across the western deserts. The Rajput ruled this state that belongs to the warrior class known as the "Kshatriyas". They were known to be the most fearsome foes in history. They acknowledge the power in the centre to proclaim their wealth and authority locally. Most of the Rajput rulers enjoyed privileged position during the Mughal and the British Raj.

    Raja Jai Singh II founded the city of Jaipur and was given the title of Sawai by the Mughals who considered him to be more than one ruler. "Sawai" means literally 'one and a quarter.' It is known as the pink city as all the houses were painted pink in 1856 to honour the State Visit of Prince Albert during the British rule. The pink colour was not a part of the original plan of the city built during the raj of Raja Jai Singh.

    Visit the Birla temple which is a modern day structure built in 1985 that depicts the fascinating religious life of India. It is the temple of Goddess Lakshmi who is the goddess of wealth and prosperity. The Narayan or the God is dressed in extravagant robes that depict the Indian version of luxury and rich lifestyle. The walkways and the pillars of the Birla temple are laden with images of St. Francis of Assissi, Jesus, Hindu pantheon and the Blessed Mary Virgin. Your visit coincides with the main aarti at the temple that is ceremony involving lighting oil lamps to invoke and awaken the diety for blessings.

    Relax and spend night in Jaipur.

  • Day 7:

    Jaipur

    Visit the Amber Fort in Jaipur after the breakfast. Enjoy your elephant ride from the foot of the fortress to the main gate.

    Elephant Safari at Amber Fort, jaipur Tour Package AMBER FORT PALACE - It is a classic Rajasthani fort palace depicting romance in every way. Man Singh I in 1592 started its construction which was completed by his successor Jai Singh I. the interiors belie the forbidding exteriors which are an inner paradise depicting beautiful fusion of the Mughal and the Hindu architecture. Mount the elephant at the foot of the fort and enjoy a slow and steady climb up to the main gate. You are greeted in the honoured fashion in traditional form. The deserted Fort of the 18th century clearly depicts the fascinating insight into the Mughal raj and their lifestyles.

    CITY PALACE - It is a wonderful amalgamation of Mughal and rich Rajasthani architecture. It sprawls across at least one-seventh of the area in the old and walled city of Jaipur. You can visit Shri Govind Dev Temple, Chandra Mahal, and the City Palace Museum.

    JANTAR MANTAR - One of the largest and the most preserved of the 5 observatories built by Raja Jai Singh II in various parts of India. The outsized astronomical instruments at this observatory are still in use.

    HAWA MAHAL - The ornate portico of this "Palace of Winds" is a well-known attraction in Jaipur. It is a 5-storey arrangement of red sandstone plastered with pink fine trelliswork and elaborated balconies. It has 953 windows and niches that were made in 1799 by Pratap Singh. It was a royal grandstand for the women in the palace.

    Relax and explore the city of Jaipur and go on a shopping spree. Shop for tie-dye materials, pottery, silver and gold jewelry, saris, carpets or wooden handicrafts in the city. Stay overnight in Jaipur for a next day city tour.

  • Day 8:

    Jaipur

    Enjoy a good breakfast at the hotel and proceed to Sangner - the home of handicrafts.

    It is small village 8 km away from Jaipur that is the center of block printing industry in the country. Initially, only coarse cotton was printed in blocks on long skirts worn traditionally by the Rajasthani women. Today you can see cotton cloth being printed with ands. It is presumed that Sangner water makes the colours fast and the city is one of the busiest craft centers of theregion. You can visit the artisans in the workshops if you have time and look for the gifts.

    Take a trip to the Blue Pottery Factory, to watch beautiful pottery being created in distinctive style of Jaipur.They are laden with graceful floral designs done in white or deep sea green painted with customary inky-blue glaze.

    Take a cycle rickshaw ride in the evening through the lively bazaars. Jaipur is well-known for blue pottery, textile block printing, semi-precious stones, carpet weaving and local crafts which still flourish from the times of Maharaja Jai Singh's benefaction. He had designed special areas in the city for the 'cheepas', the 'bandhanas' and the 'meenakari' workers.

    Relax overnight in Jaipur.

  • Day 9:

    Jaipur - Samode

    (260 KM)

    Visit the small royal Samode village after the breakfast.

    Samode Palace, Samode Tour & TravelSamode was once one of the large and flourishing towns of Rajasthan. Samode according to the Rajputana Gazetteer of 1879 was a large and flourishing town. The landlords of Samode or the "Zamindars" were the prinicipal holders of the land or the thakurs. They belonged to the Nathawat clan from Chomu, which was a branch of Amber. They trace their relation to Prithviraj Singhji, the fabled Jaipur Maharaja who was the seventeenth prince form the house of Kacchwaha Rajputs. His one of the 12 sons Gopal Singhji was awarded Samode. It was a noble feudatory of the Jaipur and Amber principality. It was one of the richest provinces in the Amber kingdom. The Zamidari ultimately passed amongst the family to the reigns of Behari Das who a Rajput warrior was serving the Mughals. Samode was finally relinquished to the British after 6 generations amongst the descendants Samode.

    The wealth of frescoes lies in the 400-year-old Samode Palace most of which depicts the religious subjects. The most prominent one is a vast Durbar Hall. Walk along the Rajasthani village or take a camel ride. Enjoy your lunch at the Samode Palace and then drive down to Delhi to proceed to the airport well in time for your international flight.

    (depending on international flight times)

    TOUR ENDS

  1. SIGHTSEEING TOURS AS MENTIONED IN THE ITINERARY,
  2. ACCOMMODATION AT MENTIONED HOTELS,
  3. AIR-CONDITIONED MODERN & COMFORTABLE SUV AT DISPOSAL WITH DRIVER ,
  4. ENGLISH SPEAKING GUIDE FOR ALL MENTIONED TOURS,
  5. MEET AND ASSIST SERVICES ON ARRIVAL / DEPARTURE,
  6. DAILY BREAKFASTS AT HOTELS,
  7. ALL APPLICABLE TAXES AND SERVICE CHARGES,
  8. MINERAL WATER WHILE ON TOUR,
  9. CAMEL CART RIDE AT SAMODE,
  10. LUNCH AT SAMODE,
  11. DANCES OF INDIA SHOW AT DELHI,
  12. RICKSHAW RIDE AT DELHI & JAIPUR,
  13. ALL MONUMENT ENTRANCES,
  14. ELEPHANT RIDE AT AMER FORT - JAIPUR AND
  15. ALL PARKING, ROAD TAXES AND DRIVER ALLOWANCES.

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Tour Taken: Delhi - Agra - Mumbai 

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