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Rajasthan Tour Packages
Imperial Rajasthan Tour Package
Welcome to the land of the first civilization. You arrive in Delhi, the capital of India. Meeting at the airport with a representative of the Sushant Travels. Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation. Recreation. Modern Delhi is a rapidly growing metropolis, successfully combining the old and the most modern of India. Among the rapidly growing skyscrapers, the remains of the past in the form of numerous monuments stand as silent reminders of the country's ancient heritage. Overnight at the hotel.
Places to cover : DELHI-KOTA - CHITTORGARH - UDAIPUR-RANAKPUR-JODHPUR-PUSHKAR-JAIPUR-AGRA
After breakfast, we begin our tour of Delhi with a visit to Safdarjung's Tomb. This is a majestic mausoleum, built in 1754 for the Prime Minister of the Mughal empire. This building symbolizes the decline of classical Mughal architecture and culture in general. Next to the tomb are the gardens of Lodi. The gardens were defeated in the midst of the tombs of the Saiyyad dynasty (15th century), back in 1936 at the request of the wife of Vice-King Lady Willingdon. People come here to admire the beautiful natural landscapes, as well as to appreciate the peculiarities of the national Indian architecture, in the form of historical tombs, mausoleums, and minarets. The gardens are also known as the Butterfly preserve and Bonsai National Park. Further passing by to the Gateway of India (the monument of the First World War), the Parliament building and the Palace of the presidential residence, which were designed by the Englishman Edwin Lutyens, we will head to the railway station and board a comfortable train "Shatabdi Express" (seating comfortable chairs, as in an airplane). Moving to the Kota. Accommodation at the hotel and rest. Kota is an attractive city for tourists on the banks of the Chambal River and is one of the busiest and picturesque cities in the state of Rajasthan. The city was founded in the 12th century. Kota is famous for its beautiful heritage - monuments of Rajput traditions and courage. The city was founded in the 12th century.
Morning breakfast, a tour of the beautiful Jagmandir Palace of the Kota, built in the 17th century. This fort has a typical durable appearance and is decorated with domes and arches. Visit the park of the Seven Wonders of the World, a unique park where miniatures of the seven wonders of the world are represented in one place. Later transfer to Udaipur. On the way, we will see the famous fortress of Chittorgarh. It was one of the most powerful fortresses of its time, which Muslim rulers tried unsuccessfully to take. In 1567 Chittorgarh was conquered by Akbar, the brave defenders of the Rajput warriors died in battle, and the women of the captured fortress performed the Jauhar (self-immolation) rite. Temples, preserved in the fort, of amazing beauty. There are about 130 temples, some of them are almost in pristine condition. Accommodation and overnight at the hotel Udaipur.
Udaipur was founded in 1568 by Maharaja Uday Singh. Undoubtedly, this is one of the most romantic cities in India. Its beautiful Palaces are reflected in the calm waters of Lake Pichola. The city is an amazing kaleidoscope of narrow alleys surrounded by bright gardens, lakes, palaces, and temples. Today we visit the City Palace of Udaipur - a unique collection of buildings built by various rulers after Uday Singh. Then we'll see the Sahelion ki Bari (Garden of the Maidens) - a pretty garden with fountains, lotus ponds and flower beds, built by Maharana Sangram Singh for his daughter. Later we visit the Jagdish Temple, an Indo-Aryan temple built in 1651 by Maharana Jagat Singh. Jagdish Temple is the most beautiful of the temples of Udaipur, with beautiful images of Lord Vishnu and his vehicle - the Garuda bird. At sunset, an evening walk by boat on Lake Pichola, we will see the surrounding hills, the Ghat, the embankments. Jag Niwas (Lake Palace) and Jag Mandir - look like two pearls framed by the azure waters of the lake! After the excursion program, purchase of souvenirs and rest at the hotel.
We have breakfast and leave for Ranakpur, wherein the valley of the Aravali Mountains is the majestic temple complex of Adinath. This is one of the five greatest Jain shrines. Fantastic beauty and greatness of the white marble temple construction amaze with the refinement of architectural forms and the gracefulness of the sculptural decoration. Each of the 1444 columns of the temple has a peculiar vegetable carved ornament. The magnificent filigree carving of concentric ceiling suspenders and supporting columns in the form of graceful goddesses amaze. This fairy-tale structure is simultaneously a Hindu Temple of the Sun. Upon arrival, in Jodhpur, accommodation at the hotel and rest.
Morning breakfast and the beginning of an acquaintance with the "blue miracle" in the desert - the second largest city in Rajasthan. The city overlooks the massive Fort Mehrangarh, built on a rocky mountain range. This Fort was part of the Kingdom of Marwar. We will visit Fort Mehrangarh (Majestic Fort), one of the most impressive and huge buildings in all of India. We will also visit the building of the Fort Museum, which houses an elegant collection of palanquins, haodi (elephant's saddle), royal cradles, miniature paintings, musical instruments, costumes, and furniture. We will visit the architectural masterpiece Jodhpur-Jaswant Thada, an elegant memorial with columns and a beautifully carved lattice representing the mausoleum of Jaswant Singh. In the afternoon transfer to Pushkar. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel and relax. Overnight at the hotel.
Pushkar is located on the shore of Lake Pushkar and is famous for the famous Pushkar fair of camels. In the city is the only Hindu Temple Brahma - the creator of the universe. Walk to the Holy Lake and the Temple of Brahma. Transfer to Jaipur, accommodation at the hotel and rest. For an additional payment - a trip to the ethnic village of Chokhi Dhani, where you will enjoy local dances and entertainment. Overnight at the hotel.
Jaipur is the first planned city of India in 1727, which will amaze you with its colorful aura. After breakfast, you will head to the neighborhood of Jaipur, to the ancient Rajput capital, Amber. Ride to Amber Fort on elephants or a jeep. After that, a tour of the pink city, which includes a visit to the City Palace (where the representatives of the Rajput dynasty still live), Jantar Mantar - an amazing astronomical observatory built by the Maharajas in 1728. Also, you will see the Palace in the water - Jal Mahal, the Palace of winds - Hawa Mahal.
In the morning visit the Taj Mahal (closed on Fridays). Taj Mahal justifies everything that is said about him and even more. Its construction lasted 22 years and was conducted by forces of 20,000 people, white marble was mined for 200 miles and was delivered to the construction site by an army of 1,000 elephants. Built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a token of love for his wife Mumtaz Mahal in the middle of the 17th century, the Taj Mahal is rightfully one of the wonders of the world. Taj Mahal is amazingly beautiful from all sides due to the finest inlay on marble, which strikes to the depths of the soul. You will have enough time to inspect and you will be fascinated by this masterpiece of architecture. Visit the Red Fort, which was the residence of the Mughal emperors for 300 years. Also a visit to Itmad-ud-Daul (mini-Taj). In the evening transfer to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi, tour ends.
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