Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, also known as the famous Golden Triangle trip, to cherish the opulent panorama for a lifetime. Be a part of the trip that acquaints you with the cultural, historical and architectural hereditary magnificence of the capital of India, the city of Taj Mahal and the Pink City of Rajput kings. The three cities present an interesting mingle of sophistication, in terms of contemporary lifestyles and requisite tourism luxuries, and a fertile and affluent backdrop of tradition of art and culture.
Delhi, the political capital of India, has an exuberant collection of cultural heritage bearing testimonies to the reign of different dynasties, both Hindus and Muslims; their struggle for power and authority and terrible wars and revolts faced by the city over the pages of history, dating back to as late as the era of great Hindu epic ‘Mahabharata’. Also identified as ‘Indraprastha’, the city was once the capital of Pandavas. The city also bears sophisticated trails of a long British rule with its well-planned and aristocratic structures, including the palatial complex of Rashtrapati Bhawan and India Gate adorning the city with their majestic and patriotic value. Some brilliant epitomes of the Mughal era rest at Delhi including the famous Red fort where India’s Independence Day is celebrated religiously and the elegant Qutub Minar, which once used to be the tallest building of the city.
The history of Agra is older than the era of Mughals, dating back to the great Hindu epic ‘Mahabharat’, when the city was called ‘Agrabana’ and constituted a vast forest area forming an integral part of the Brij Bhumi or the pious Land of Lord Krishna.
Better known as home to the splendid Taj Mahal, Agra tops as the most sought after tourist destinations of India on the international map. The place is affluent in cultural heritages left behind by the Mughals,
Popularly known as ‘the Pink city’, Jaipur was the vision and initiative of the Rajput King, Jai Singh II, or Sawai Raja Jai Singh, the great astronomer and mathematician. The city was found to satisfy Jai Singh’s creative and intellectual impulses and render a city that conformed to the principles of Hindu architectural theory to stand apart as a planned city of the period.
The city is thronged by of local and international tourists alike, as the city envisages the opulent Hindu legacy of Rajput kings of the Mughal era.
The city is known foremost for its superlative forts, ostentatious palaces and effervescent temples, followed by the multicolored art and culture still alive and kicking in its bubbly markets and chirpy streets. Not to miss regal contributions in Jaipur are Amer Palace, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Jai Garh Fort, Samode Palace, Jal Mahal, Sisodia Rani ka Bagh, Vidyadhar’s garden and Jantar Mantar.