Heritages Of Incredible India
India is a
great country and a great country is always ruled by great rulers. The past
history reveals that India has been ruled by the greatest like Ashoka, Chandar
Gupta Muriya and The well Know Mughal Dynasty including Akbar The Great. Every
ruler in one way or the other contributed for the development of their
respective domains thus leaving numerous heritages for us.
The mention of Mughal Dynasty becomes essential for having contributed by way of constructing Red Fort in Delhi, Grand Mosque, The Taj as a wonder, Agra Fort, Fatehipur Sekri , Himayun Tomb , and many other monuments besides other monuments like Ashokas Pillar , Julta Minar, Lotus Temple, Qutab Minar and numerous Shrines and Mosques along with temples are a contribution in this direction which are major attractions for home as well as foreign tourists. All such contributions tantamount to our national Heritages
India lies in the hearts of its people. The people who have made India a great civilization. The layer upon layer of social understanding and reasoning which Indians themselves may not be aware of but is there somewhere in their conscience, can be best unfolded and understood by visiting some of the greatest cultural centers of India.
Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Khajuraho, Varanasi, Gwalior and Orchha represent the essence of India in their own ways that might be contrasting but never superimposing. An attempt to discover India again!
The Royal Orient - 8 Days / 7 Nights
8 day tour of - New Delhi | Chittorgarh | Udaipur | Ahmedabad | Sasan Gir |
- Day01 - New Delhi:
Welcome in India. Evening sound and light show at Red Fort
- Day02 - New Delhi:
Daylong sightseeing of Old Delhi (Shahajahanabad) and Lutyen's Delhi (New Delhi). Evening free to shop around busy Connaught Place.
- Day03 - Jaipur:
Drive to Jaipur with lunch at Neemrana Fort Palace on the way. Evening walk in the Pink City to shop in its colorful bazaars.
- Day04 - Jaipur:
Day sightseeing of the City Palace Complex and Amber Fort. Visit to a farmhouse for local Rajasthani dinner.
- Day05 - Jaipur:
Morning walking tour of some interesting streets and squares of the Pink City to catch glimpses of the habitual patterns of its people which even includes attending heart-rending prayers at Sri Govind Devji temple.
Optional day tour to Sanganer town (for block printing factories) or a lunch at Samode Palace. Sunset view of Jaipur from the imposing Nahargarh fort.
- Day06 - Agra:
Visit the well preserved capital of Akbar - Fatehpur Sikri on the way. At Agra visit the incomparable Taj Mahal and Agra Fort.
- Day07 - Khajuraho:
Reach Khajuraho by flight. Guided tour of a few temples.
- Day08 - Khajuraho:
Morning tour to another group of outstanding temples. Optional trip to Raneh falls.
- Day09 - Varanasi:
Reach by flight. Walking tour of a few Ghats and narrow lanes to feel the pulse of this most sacred city of India.
- Day10 - Varanasi:
Early morning boat ride on river Ganges to witness holy rituals on Ghats. A very spiritual experience! Day tour to Sarnath where Buddha delivered his first sermon.
- Day11 - New Delhi:
Take the flight back to Delhi. On arrival transfer to hotel. Evening free to visit one of the many cultural centers of New Delhi.
- Day12 - Departure:
Transfer to airport at appropriate departure time for onward journey.
- Day01 - Gwalior:
From Agra on day07 board the morning train to Gwalior. Visit Tansen's tomb, Jai Vilas Palace and the immense Gwalior fort. Sound and light show in the evening at Man Mandir Palace of the fort is highly recommended.
- Day02 - Orchha: Travel by train till Jhansi and then by road to
Orchha - a virgin historical site picturesquely located by the banks of
Betwa river. The place with its beautiful palaces and thematic chambers is
still almost untouristic. Day free to move on own.
- Day03 - Orchha: Visit the Fort, Raj Mahal palace, Raj Praveen
Mahal Palace, Jehangir palace and the Royal Chhattries (cenotaphs). Also
visit Raja Ram temple - the only place where Lord Rama is worshipped as a
- Day04 - Khajuraho: Reach Khajuraho