Upon arrival in New Delhi Our company representative meet You at Delhi Indira Gandhi
International Airport He is having Your Name Pla card and Our company car and driver
will be there in the parking area, company representative take You up to the car and
welcome You in Indian tradition style with marigold garland and assist You at hotel in
check-in, overnight stay at hotel.
On the way to hotel we will pass the beautiful sites of Delhi, New Delhi designed by
Edwin Lutyens to administer the British empire it is now government headquarters for a
single country who speaks 1650 languages. Our representative will brief you all the
possible details of the Delhi city.
Delhi City Tour
After western style morning breakfast at hotel Your city tour begins with the Birla House
followed by a tour of the fabled Lal Quila, the historic Red Fort, which entirely reflects
the grand but stultifying court etiquette of Shah Jehan. The white Pearl Mosque, the
Mothi Masjid, built in the early 17th century, is a jewel of perfect proportions. In the
Diwan-I-Khas (the Hall of Private Audience), the most important decisions were made,
the most dazzling festivities were held, and the most tragic events devolved. Listening to
music, candlelight playing on the jewel-inlaid silver ceilings and silk brocades, Shah
Jehan is resported as rhapsodizing: “Ifg on earth there is a paradise of bliss- it is this! Oh,
it is this!” In the afternoon we delve in to Old Delhi, a teeming warren of tiny streets and
twisted lances where one can still glimpse remnants of faded glory on once elegant
buildings of a bygone era. Small craft shops abound, chock full of “bling”- wildly
fanciful silks, embroideries, silver and gold artifacts, gems (real and fake) and Mad
decorations- all for practically nothing. Returning to the Hotel stop for a visit at the tombs
of Humanyun and Khan-Khanan, the most important early Mughal monument in
Delhi. The mosque Quila-I-Kuhna Masjid survives as a magnificent example of India
Islamic architecture fine arches, elaborate decoration and a favorite favorite façade of
black and white marble on red sandstone
Delhi to Agra 220 Kms 4 Hrs drive time
This morning You are bound for Agra car and driver Meet you at Hotel and our company
representative will Help You in check Out at hotel.
And the world renown Taj Mahal – the greatest monument to love and the strongest
magnet to any visitor to India.
Taj Mahal One of the Seven Wonders of the World and surely th3e most extravagant
expression of love ever created. 20,000 men laboured for over 17 years to build this
memorial to Shah Jahan’s beloved wife. It is a wealth of white marble and semi-precious
Undoubtedly the highlight of our tour. Later We leave for tour of the imposing Agra
Fort, built of red sandstone and marble is a hilltop citadel with fabulous courtyards,
fountains and gates.
If the time allow then explore the local handicrafts and shopping centers of the city where
one can look for marble inlay work, fine quality carpets, Zari and embroidery, leather
Day 3 Agra to Jaipur 250 Kms and 5 hrs drive time
Another magical viewing come at dawn. In the early hours we enter the great gates and
catch a breathtaking sight of the rising sun as it warms the pristine marble domes, and in
the rosy mist it seems as though the entire jewel like monument is floating on the lake of
light. After breakfast back at the hotel we leave for Jaipur, driving through vibrant
Rajasthani villages, Passing through this colorful countryside we witness scenes that are
the same today as they were 2000 year ago – a wedding procession perhaps, a village fair,
or a simple gathering of gaily clad women gossiping at a water fountain. In the fields we
glimpse brightly turbaned men driving the oxen and plough and women threshing grain
or sowing seeds. Their gold adornments flash in the sun, and they seem like a flock of
bejeweled birds with their brilliant saris billowing in the soft breeze. On the way stop at
Fatehpursikri magical Ghost city Mughal Palace. Build by Emperor Akbar in 1597. this
glorious complex stands today unchanged, the elaborately carved sandstone and marble
as crisp as it was 400 years ago, still exemplifying the atmosphere of Akbar’s cultured
and enlightened court. Adjoining Diwane-I-Am (Hall of Public) is the Parchesi
Courtyard where Akbar’s Ladies frolicked as playing pieces on the outsize checkerboard.
We will reach jaipur, the Pink City in the early evening and drive directly to a
Over night stay at hotelNo Fields Found.