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Royal Splendour

13 Nights & 14 Days


Let this trip be a commemoration to India’s acclaim of being one of the richest countries where forts and palaces are concerned. This journey skirts through North Indian heavyweights like Delhi, Rajasthan and Agra that can immerse you in an atmospheric trajectory of once powerful dynasties. Despite thousands of years of existence, in this trip you will encounter a fascinating blend of the ancient and the contemporary -where government buildings, medieval palaces and bazaars are juxtaposed with modern metropolises. Your first gateway into India’s history is the capital itself, New Delhi. From here, we wend our way through to Rajasthan, touching a part of Madhya Pradesh and stopping over last to the elegant Taj Mahal in Agra.

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Delhi | Jaipur | Jodhpur | Jodhpur & Kumbhalgarh | Udaipur | Chittorgarh & Bijaipur | Bijaipur & Kota | Bundi | Karauli | Gwalior | Agra | Delhi


Red Fort | Amber Fort | Mehrangarh Fort | Lake Pichola | Gwalior Fort | Taj Mahal

Delhi / Day 1

Landmark monuments that tie up three eras of Indian history and give you a hue of religious diversity in the nation fill the day. The 17th century imposing fortress, Red Fort, followed by Jama Masjid, the mosque that can house 20,000 kneeling devotees in prayer and Raj Ghat, Gandhi’s memorial.
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Jaipur / Day 2 - 3

Maharaja Jai Singh II built Jaipur in the 18th century. It is a planned city built with ancient Hindu rules as the colonial capital of a richly colorful state. The whole city was painted pink to welcome the visit of Prince Albert in 1853. Day 3rd the finest example of Rajput architecture in the form […]
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Jodhpur / Day 4

Jodhpur is the second largest city of the state of Rajasthan. The Rajput chief Rao Jodha founded the city of Jodhpur in 1459. Earlier, it was the capital of the Marwar state of Rajasthan.
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Jodhpur & Kumbhalgarh / Day 5

A citadel perched 400 feet above the ground on a craggy hilltop, Mehrangarh Fort is the city’s most engaging structure. After seeing this and Jaswant Thada, it is time for Kumbhalgarh, a medieval fort, which stands as a vary sentinel to the past glory.
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Udaipur / Day 6 - 7

A city sprinkled with lakes, gardens, temples and palaces, Udaipur is an oasis in the Thar Desert. Mirror flat reflective lakes give it an aura of a romance, especially Lake Pichola. Day 7th the 17th century Jagadish Temple with its intricate carvings and Sahelion ki Bari an ornamental pleasure garden complete the day of sightseeing […]
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Chittorgarh & Bijaipur / Day 8

The eighth century Chittorgarh Fort is the oldest fort in Rajasthan. Located on a cliff, the fort tells the resistance and heroism of Rajput people against the invaders, the Mughals. Legends of love and revenge possess the fort. The ruins of these magnificent buildings still leave trace the history of Mewar until today.
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Bijaipur & Kota / Day 9

Kota was once on the major trade route from Delhi to Gujarat. Though now well known for its stone quarries, it still retains some parks and garden and wide tree lined streets and princely architecture.
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Bundi / Day 10

Taragarh fort, built in 1354, with its imposing stone structure is situated on a steep hill and has massive battlements and ramparts. Bundi palace lies adjacent to the Taragarh Fort is known for its traditional murals. The city’s stepwells (baolis) are stunning.   Raniji ki Baoli and Nawal Sagar (lake) add to Bundi’s splendor.
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Karauli / Day 11

Karauli is renowned for its magnificent temples dedicated to Lord Krishna. The city is surrounded by a wall of red sandstone strengthened by bastions at several places According to local beliefs, the rulers, successors of Lord Krishna.
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Gwalior / Day 12

The majestic hill fort of Gwalior standing on a sandstone precipice is only one of the many things in the city that are jaw droppingly beautiful. Add to this, Man Mandir Palace, Saas Bahu Temple (Mother in law and Daughter in law temple) and Jai Vilas Palace.
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Agra / Day 13

Taj Mahal – a poem in white marble, built by the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal is India’s most fascinating masterpiece. With this, dive into Mughal history at Agra Fort.
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Delhi / Day 14

A last glimpse of Mughal architecture in Humayun’s Tomb and Qutab Minar closes the journey on a historic dimension.
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