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Day 1 : New Delhi
Welcome To Incredible India, You Will Be Received And Assisted By Ashok Heritage Travels Pvt. Ltd. India Representative At International Airport Or Domestic Airport. If You Arrive At Night Than Overnight At Hotel, If You Arrive In Morning Than Take A Full Day City Tour Of Indias 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 Humayuns 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) - A Modern Hindu Temple And Sikh Temple. Also Drive Past Rashtrapati Bhawan (President House), Parliament House, Government Secretariat Buildings & Connaught Place Shopping Centre.
Day 2 : New Delhi
Take A Another Full Day City Tour Of Indias Bustling Capital City, Morning Start With The Lotus Temple, Is A Bahai House Of Worship Completed In 1986. Notable For Its Flowerlike Shape, It Serves As The Mother Temple Of The Indian Subcontinent And Has Become A Prominent Attraction In The City. Later Visit Qutub Minaar Also Known As Qutb Minar, Is The Tallest Minar In India, Originally An Ancient Islamic Monument, Inscribed With Arabic Inscriptions, Though The Iron Pillar Has Some Brahmi Inscriptions, And Is A Unesco World Heritage Site. ) Afternoon Visit Akshardham Temple Which Is A Hindu Temple Complex In Also Referred To As Delhi Akshardham Or Swaminarayan Akshardham, The Complex Displays Millennia Of Traditional Hindu And Indian Culture, Spirituality, And Architecture. Also You Can Enjoy A Water Show Or Fountain Show In The Temple That Is Quite Spectacular To See.
Day 3 : Delhi - Mandawa or Alsisar (270 Kms)
In The Morning Move By Your Exclusive Vehicle To Mandawa Or Alsisar Village Of Shekhawati Region, Upon Arrival Check Into Your Hotel. This Town Has Been Referred To As The \\\"Open Art Gallery\\\" Of Rajasthan Because The Entire Shekhawati Region And Not Just Mandawa Is Dotted With Fascinating Mansions(Havelis) That Have Lavishly Painted Walls. Later Take A Walk To See This Beautiful Heritage Village Of Shekhawati Region That Used To Be An Important Caravanserai Of The Yesteryears. See The Many Beautiful Fresco Painted Havelis Of This Quaint Little Town Built By The Rich And The Famous Merchants Of The 18Th And 19Th Centuries. These Havelis Have Been Painted With Activities Of Daily Life And Of Deities To Break The Monotony Of The Desert Life. Experience The Rural Life Of Mandawa Village Of Shekhawati Region, This Also Consists Important Villages Like Alsisar, Dundlod, Fatehpur, Jhunjhunu, Laxmangarh, Mahensar, Nawalgarh, Ramgarh Etc.
Day 4 : Mandawa - Bikaner (180 Kms)
Bikaner Is The Fifth Largest City In Rajasthan With A Amazing Junagarh Fort, A Royal Museum That Encompasses History Of Bikaner From Its Days Of Construction That Dates Back To The 16Th Century. The Fort Was Built By Raja Rai Singh, The Sixth Ruler Of Bikaner Who Reigned From 1571 To 1612. During His Imperial Service He Travelled Extensively, Giving Him An Appreciation Of Art And Architecture. These Ideas Have Been Incorporated Meticulously Into The Architectural Style Of Junagarh Fort. The World Famous Shrine Of Karni Mata Can Be Found In The Town Of Deshnoke 30 Km South From Bikaner On The Road To Jodhpur. Karni Mata Is Worshiped As An Incarnation Of Goddess Durga. This Temple Is Famous For Rats Which Can Be Seen Everywhere In The Temple. Also You Can Visit Camel Breeding Farm In Bikaner.
Day 5 : Bikaner - Ramdeora - Jaisalmer (333 Kms)
Jaisalmer Nicknamed The Golden City, Is A Town In The Indian State Of Rajasthan. The Town Stands On A Ridge Of Yellowish Sandstone, Crowned By A Fort, Which Contains The Palace And Several Ornate Jain Temples. Many Of The Houses And Temples Are Finely Sculptured. It Lies In The Heart Of The Thar Desert (Great Indian Desert) And It Is The Administrative Headquarters Of Jaisalmer District. The Bazaars In The Middle Of This Town Is Very Colorful And Full Of Local Flavors. Witness The Sunset Over The Desert With The Most Imposing Edifice Of The Town Behind You At Bada Bagh Cenotaphs. Bada Bagh, Also Called Barabagh (Literally Big Garden) Is A Garden Complex About 6 Km North Of Jaisalmer On Way To Ramgarh, And Halfway Between Jaisalmer And Lodhruva In The State Of Rajasthan In India. It Contains A Set Of Royal Cenotaphs, Or Chhatris Of Maharajas Of Jaisalmer State, Starting With Jai Singh II.
Day 6 : Jaisalmer
Morning Start Your Tour In The Golden City With A Visit To Gadisar Lake, Later Take An Exclusive Visit Of The Jain Temples Inside The Sonar Killa. The Jains Are A Community That Respects Life And Are Pure Vegetarians By Religion. Visit The Citadels Palace That Houses A Museum With A Huge Collection Of Robes And Artifacts From The Royal Family Of Jaisalmer. Visit The Patwon Ki Haveli With Intricately Designed Latticed Windows Used By The Ladies To View The External World. Later You Go To Khuri Village, Here We Have Loads Of Excitement In Store For You. Upon Arrival In The Village You Will Be Taken To The Nearby Sunset Point On The Dunes To See The Sunset By Camel Carts. After The Sunset Return To The Village Where You Can Take A Dinner In Mud Huts Or You Can Come Back To The City To Have A Dinner. Later While You Dine Listen To The Haunted Tunes Of The Desert By The Local Artists And Musicians, A Lifetime Experience.
Day 7 : Jaisalmer - Jodhpur (280 Kms)
Jodhpur Is The Second Largest City In The Indian State Of Rajasthan. Jodhpur Is A Popular Tourist Destination, Featuring Many Palaces, Forts And Temples, Set In The Stark Landscape Of The Thar Desert. The City Is Known As The \\\"Sun City\\\" For The Bright, Sunny Weather It Enjoys All The Year Round. It Is Also Referred To As The \\\"Blue City\\\" Due To The Vivid Blue-Painted Houses Around The Mehrangarh Fort. The Old City Circles The Fort And Is Bounded By A Wall With Several Gates. However, The City Has Expanded Greatly Outside The Wall Over The Past Several Decades. Visit The Majestic Mehrangarh Fort, The Stronghold Of The Rathore Princes From 1453Ad. We See The Superb Collection Of Paintings And Arms And Ammunitions. The View Of The City From The Rampart Walls Is Breath Taking. Going Down From The Fort Visit Jaswant Thada. In The Evening Visit The Umaid Bhawan Palace, The Present Residence Of The King Of Jodhpur. Post Lunch Session Introduces You To The Fabulous Spice Market Of Jodhpur The 2Nd Largest City In Rajasthan. Walk Along The Market To Feel The Odors Of The Spices Filling The Air Around You.
Day 8 : Jodhpur - Ranakpur (185 Kms)
Ranakpur Is A Village Located Near Sadri Town In The Pali District Of Rajasthan In Western India. It Is Located Between Jodhpur And Udaipur, In A Valley On The Western Side Of The Aravalli Range. Ranakpur Is One Among The Most Famous Places To Visit In Pali, Rajasthan. Ranakpur Is Widely Known For Its Marble Jain Temple, Said To Be The Most Spectacular Of The Jain Temples. There Is Also A Small Sun Temple Which Is Managed By The Udaipur Royal Family Trust. Ranakpur Temples - A Very Big Pilgrimage Centre For The Jains, Admire The Workmanship From The 15Th Century Temples Situated In The Lovely Valley Of The Aravali Mountains. Its Sorrounding Is Quiet & Picturesque. Ranakpur Has Grand Structures & Beautiful Sculpture. The Temples Are Built Out Of Marble And The Main Shrine Of Adinath With 1444 Columns Is Awe Inspiring And None Of These Are Similar.
Day 9 : Ranakpur - Kumbhalgarh - Udaipur (140 Kms)
After Breakfast Drive Up To Romantic City Of Lakes - Udaipur, On The Way Visit The Kumbhalgarh Fort - The Stronghold Of The Kingdom Of Mewar Built By Maharana Kumbha In 1453. Visit The Palace And See The Beautiful Mural Paintings In The Zenana Mahal (Ladies Quarters). The View From The Parapet Wall Is Breath Taking And This Is Where The Soldiers Used To Be Stationed To View The Advent Of The Enemies. The Fort Has 7 Gates Through Which We Need To Enter To Gain Access To The Palaces. See The Temple Where Maharana Kumbha Was Treacherously Killed By His Own Kith And Kin During His Prayer To Win The Seat Of Mewar. On The Way Stop By The Fields To See The Local Way Of Farming And Irrigation. Walk Into The Villages To Mingle With The Locals Around To Know More About Their Lifestyle. Reach Udaipur By Late Afternoon And Check Into Your Hotel. Overnight At Hotel In Udaipur.
Day 10 : Udaipur
Visit The City Palace The Richest Palace Museum In The Entire Rajasthan. See The Peacock Square And The Miniature Painting School Inside The Palace Premises. Udaipur Has The Prestige Of Housing The Best Miniature Schools In The Country Under The Royal Patronage Of The King Of Udaipur. Later, See The Sahelion Ki Bari Where Maharana Sangram Singh Build This Garden Complex With Fountains And Lakes For His Beautiful Daughter. In The Evening We Take A Lake Cruise On The Placid Waters Of Lake Pichhola By Sunset And Visit The Island Palace Jagmandir Where According To Legends The Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan Lived And Got Inspired To Build The Taj Mahal Later. Overnight At Hotel In Udaipur.
Day 11 : Udaipur - Ajmer - Pushkar (275 Kms)
Leave Udaipur And Reach The Temples Of Nagda And Eklingji.The. The Temple At Eklingji Is A Temple That Belongs To The Maharana Of Mewar (Royal Family Mewar) And He Is Often There To Pray. The Temple Complex Of Nagda Is A Group Of Temples Of Which Only Two Remain Intact And Those Are That Of Saas And Bahu. Both The Temples, Of Shiva And Of Vishnu, Are From The 7Th Century. Pushkar Happens To Be The Holiest Places According To The Hindus As It Is Considered That Lord Brahma (The Creator) And His Wife Saraswati (The Goddess Of Learning And Music) Performed A Ritual In The Lake. Here We Visit The Only Brahma Temple Of The World Before Intermingling With The Local Colors In The Local Bazaar. Pushkar Is The World Famous For Its Cattle Pushkar Fair Held Each Year In The Month Of October/November. On The Way Visit You Can Visit Ajmer, Ajmer Is The Pious City For The Muslims. Surprisingly Both The Cities Are At Distance Of 11Km From Each Other. Visit The Durgah Built In Fond Remembrance Of Khwaja Moin Ud Din Chisti Where The Muslim Pilgrims From All Over India Throng During The Festival Times. Later Visit Mughal Emperor Akbars Palace Where His Son Jahangir Received Sir Thomas Roe To Grant Him The Permission Of Trade To East India Company With India, That Changed The History Of India Completely And Slowly And Steadily India Became Colony Of The British Empire. Overnight At Hotel In Pushkar.
Day 12 : Pushkar - Jaipur (140 Kms)
After Breakfast Continue Towards Jaipur And Reach By Lunch-Time And Check Into Hotel. After Lunch Set Off To See The Pink City Visiting The Observatory Jantar Mantar Built In 1727 By Sawai Maharaja Jai Singh Ii Who Was A Mathematician , An Astronomer An Astrologer And A Great Musician Of His Era. He Built Five Observatories Throughout India Jaipur, Ujjain, Varanasi, Mathura And Delhi But Only The One At Jaipur Is Functional. Then Visit The City Palace Of The Maharaja Of Jaipur With A Fabulous Collection Of Robes And Saris In Cotton And Silk With Gold Latticed Work. The City Palace Houses A Collection Of Paintings Also In The Painting Gallery And Of Course A Collection Of Arms And Ammunitions In The Ammunition Gallery. Later Visit The Birla Temple Which Is A Great Piece Of Work In Marble. Overnight At Hotel In Jaipur.
Day 13 : Jaipur
In The Morning Take A Short Visit To The Hawa Mahal (Wind Palace) And Later Proceed To The Amber Fort Which Displays A Beautiful Mix Of Mughal And Rajput Styles Of Architecture.; Take An Elephant Ride At The Amber Fort. See The Marvelous Sheesh Mahal Built In The 17Th Century In A Fusion Style Of Hindu And Islamic Art. Also See The Hall Of Public Audiences And Maharaja Man Singhs Palace Who Had Twelve Queens. Enrooted Visit Water Palace Which Was A Resting Place For The Kings In Past. In The Evening Enjoy A Cinema In Asias Second Best Cinema - A Highly Recommended Place. Later You Can Enjoy A Dinner In A Typical Indian Restaurant With Folk Dances By Gypsy Women. Overnight At Hotel In Jaipur.
Day 14 : Jaipur - Abhaneri - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra (240 Kms)
In The Morning After Breakfast Leave For Agra. On The Way To Agra Visit Abhaneri Village. It Is A Small Beautiful Village, You Can Take Your Lunch In This Village. After Lunch Continue Towards Fatehpur Sikri The Phantom City. Visit This Abandoned City Built By The Mughal Emperor Akbar In The Second Half Of The 16Th Century. Fatehpur Sikri Was Built By Akbar After His Hindu Wife Bore Him The Long Awaited Son Who Was Born After The Renowned Sufi Saint Salim Chisti Blessed Jodhabai Akbars Hindu Wife With A Son. Also Visit Jodhabais Palace The Biggest Palace In Fatehpur Sikri Even Bigger Than The Emperors Palace Himself As This Was The Queen Who Bore Him His Heir To The Throne. Continue Towards Agra And Reach Agra And Then See The Agra Fort Built By Akbar Where Shahjahans Own Son Aurangzeb Imprisoned Shahjahan. Late Relax At Your Hotel Or Go To The Local Bazaar To See The Lifestyle Of The People. Overnight At Hotel In Agra.
Day 15 : Agra - New Delhi (220 Kms)
Taj Mahal - The 7Th Wonder Of The World Is Awaiting Your Arrival Today Morning. A Must See With The Rising Sun As The Taj Mahal Is Bathed In The Golden Rays Of The Morning Sun. Built By Shah Jahan, The Taj Is A White Marble Memorial That Houses The Tomb Of His Beautiful Wife Mumtaz Mahal. This Monument Took 22 Years To Be Completed And Was Designed, And Planned By Persian Architect Ustad Isa. Apart From Its Stunning Design, Balance And Perfect Symmetry, The Taj Is Also Noted Particularly For Its Elegant Domes, Intricately Carved Screens And Some Of The Best Inlay Work Ever Seen Anywhere In The World. Upon Arrival In Delhi, You Can Visit Sikh Temple Or You Can Walk Around The Connaught Place Markets Or Janpath. Take A Dinner In The Restaurants At This Center Of The City. You Will Be Transferred To The International Airport, 3 Hours Before Your International Flight Time For Your Further Journey Back To Your Country. Departure Concludes With Happy Memories Of Your India Tour. Tour Ends With Ashok Heritage Travels Pvt. Ltd. India.
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