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Rajasthan's medieval history is as rich in tales of valour and chivalry as it is in folklore. Deeply religious, the people built, besides their fortifications and their palaces, splendid temples, elaborate wells, handsome mansions, and memorials to their dead. Celebrated for their valour on the field, the rulers were also known for the sensitivity with which they offered patronage to artists. No wonder, Rajasthan is also known as the world's richest centre for arts and crafts. Today, little in Rajasthan has changed because the history that was its past is inextricably linked with its present. It was here the armies of everyone from invaders to those of the Marathas, the Mughals and the British laid siege. While the kingdoms celebrated their victories, their defeats were cataclysmic: the warriors went to the battlefield to kill or be killed, and when they lost, their womenfolk underwent the elaborate if slightly macabre act of jauhar or voluntary acceptance of death by jumping in a ritual fire-pit.
Day 1 : Flight to India (Delhi)
Welcome to India ! Around Midnight arrival in Delhi. The cosmopolitan City and capital Delhi is the main gateway for travellers. You are met by an Ram India Tours representative and transferred to your Hotel.
Day 2 : Delhi
Take a full day city tour of India's bustling capital city, Old and New Delhi present a stunning sights and sounds with the ancient city built by Emperor Shah Jahan the builder of the famous Taj Mahal, and the new garden city built in 1911 by the British. Drive through the old city pass the Red Fort and visit the Jama Masjid – the biggest Mosque of its kind in India. Here take a walk through the winding streets of the old city Chandni Chowk Market to see the life of the people in this part of the world. Later visit Raj Ghat - the cremation sites of Mahatma Gandhi, After that visit Humayun’s tomb – the first Mughal construction in India from 1565 AD, India Gate (War Memorial Arch) built in the earlier half of the 20th century, Lakshminarayan Temple (Birla Temple) - modern hindu temple. Also drive past Rashtrapati Bhawan (President House), Parliament House, Government Secretariat Buildings & Connaught Place shopping centre. Overnight in Delhi.
Day 3 : Delhi - Mandawa
Morning after breakfast drive to Mandawa, up on arrival check in to hotel. Mandawa town was founded in 1755 by Thakur Nawal Singh and is still the home of his descendants. Mandawa house a collection of armories, costumes of ancestors, canons from 1820, ancient coins, numismatic collection and many other interesting items preserved in a museum. Mandawa castle, one of the finest castle of Rajasthan is now a beautiful hotel. Mandawa has the beautiful frescoes, havelis and mansionsa and Nawalgarh. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4 : Mandawa - Bikaner
Morning after breakfast drive to Bikaner, up on arrival check in to hotel. Bikaner - The city is bolstered by imposing walls and has a 16th century fort housing old palaces, temples and a mosque. Founded by Raja Rai Singh, the fort is distinguished by its long range of 37 pavilions, a line of balconies and aerial windows of varying designs. An enormous arched doorway leads to the Joramal temple. The royal chapel is Har Mandir where royal weddings and birth were once celebrated. Overnight at hotel.
Day 5 : Bikaner - Jaisalmer
Morning after breakfast drive to Jaisalmer, up on arrival check in to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 6 : Jaisalmer
Morning after breakfast city tour of Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer - Throbbing in the heart of the Thar, in burnished sandstone, is an intricately molded wonderland - a city of gilded magic. As the sun sets, the sky goes up in flames and night descends softly, creating a new monument every evening. People still live in these ancient building dating from 12th to 15th century. Every house has exquisite carvings and filigreed work. Visit the different Havelis. Overnight at hotel.
Day 7 : Jaisalmer - Osian - Jodhpur
Morning after breakfast drive to Jodhpur enroute visit Osian - This former temple city has 8th century Surya or Sun temple with carved pillars which support a conical roof. The temple also has an image of Durga. The 12th century Sachiya Mata temple has a large assembly hall with an elaborately carved ceiling & exquisitely sculptured figures of several Gods. The Mahavir Jain temple stands on a wide terrace with a three-tiered roof and a 'torana' gateway. Up on arrival check into hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 8 : Jaisalmer
Morning after breakfast drive to Kumbhalgarh. Up on arrival check in to hotel. Kumbhalgarh - Just 85 kms from Udaipur, Rana Kumbha constructed in the 15th century the most imposing fort known as Kumbhalgarh with 33 kms of walls, over 25 feet thick, the second longest continuous wall in the world. Situated at 3500 ft. above sea level, it holds the distinction of being uncounquered and the birth place of Maharana Pratap. Overnight at hotel.
Day 9 : Kumbhalgarh
Full day free to explore the city on your own. Overnight at hotel.
Day 10 : Kumbhalgarh - Ranakpur - Udaipur
Morning after breakfast drive to Udaipur enroute visit Ranakpur - 98 Km from Udaipur, the Jain temples built in the 15th century are situated in the lovely valley of the Aravali. Its surrounding is quiet and picturesque. Ranakpur has grand structures and beautiful sculpture. There are 1444 pillars in the temple and none of them are similar. The magic of light and shade is really awe inspiring. Surya temples and other Jain temples are side attractions. Up on arrival check in to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 11 : Udaipur
Continuing southwards to the Udaipur, famous worldwide for its plethora of breathtaking lakes and Raj-era palaces, it certainly lives up to its reputation as India's most romantic city. Most famous of these palaces, and certainly the most photographed, is the Lake Palace, an island-palace where the white marble buildings (now a hotel) entirely cover a small island in Pichola Lake. Originally known as the Jag Niwas, the palace took three years to build and was inaugurated in 1746.
Day 12 : Jaipur
Today we take a bus ride—always an adventure itself in India— to the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, former capital of a princely state of the same name. Clothed in pink stucco (in imitation of sandstone), wide-avenued Jaipur is one of the most important heritage cities in India, and home to India’s second most visited site, the Hawa Mahal, or Palace of the Winds. Here follow in the footsteps of the royal harem, or ride an elephant to Amber Fort Palace, one of the most spectacular forts in India.
Day 13 : Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
Morning after breakfast drive to Agra enroute visit enroute Fathepur Sikri a Mughal abandoned city due to lake of water, up on arrival check in to hotel. Afternoon city tour of Agra visit Taj Mahal & Agra fort. Overnight at hotel
Day 14 : Agra - Delhi
Morning after breakfast at hotel proceed to Delhi, up on arrival check in to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 15 : Dep. Delhi
Transfer to airport to board on the onward flight.
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