India’s Exciting Golden Triangle Tour

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A large part of India’s heritage and culture can be witnessed by embarking on a Golden Triangle Tour. The Golden Triangle is so-called because it consists of three cities, namely, Delhi, Jaipur and Agra.
if you want to explore the heritage and culture of India, there is no better way than opting for a Golden Triangle Tour with your family and friends. Every city offers an experience different from the other. If Agra prides itself on the Taj Mahal, Delhi holds its own with its old-world charm. Then there is Jaipur, which is the very embodiment of royalty.

India’s Capital: Delhi –
If you’re visiting India, most likely your flight will land in Delhi. It is a massive city and can confuse anyone that’s not familiar with it. Delhi is not limited by its fast paced lifestyle and cosmopolitan culture. It is not limited to the Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort and Old Delhi. Delhi has a rich history of timeless architecture that is known for its colonial grandeur and Mughal architecture.

Agra: Tajmahal
The beauty of  Taj Mahal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was perhaps best described by the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore when he described it as a “teardrop on the cheek of time”.  Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz Mahal, it enchants the visitors with its aesthetic proportions, slender minarets and central dome. The Taj Mahal appears surreal, however, in the glow of the full moon. The four minarets circling the main dome are pointed slightly outward, so that, in case of an earthquake, they fall outwards, thereby not causing any damage to the main structure.

Royal Jaipur –
You know that Jaipur is also called the Pink City, but have you ever wondered, why? In 1876, the Prince of Wales visited India on a tour. The color pink was commonly associated with hospitality then, and, to show his sense of hospitality for the arriving Prince, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted the entire city pink.

City Palace
-This structure reflects the Rajput royalty at its best. Built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, its home to several buildings that are a beautiful blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture.

Hawa Mahal
which literally translates to Palace of Winds. It’s a beautiful combination of Hindu-Muslim architecture, and one of the most iconic landmarks of Jaipur. As a visitor, you can get lovely views of the nearby surroundings by climbing to the top.Plan a winter, summer holidays in India to explore pristine beaches, fabulous hill stations, wildlife, historical places, diverse culture, fair & festival and more.

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