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The Golden Triangle is one The Most Popular Tour

The Golden Triangle is one the most popularly visited tourist route in India, and for obvious good reasons like rich heritage and capturing good spectrum of the country. Delhi, Jaipur and Agra are three cities that forms golden Triangle and give wings to your imagination that takes you into the fascinating, elegant and passionate world of the Mughals and maharajas of Rajasthan. Witness what they left behind, some of the world’s best architecture, from the Qutab Minar in Delhi “the earliest islamic monument in India” built in 12th century to the Amber Fort in Jaipur which took two centuries to get completed and part of seven wonders of the world the Taj Mahal in Agra. Even if you have only few days, you can still enjoy the Golden Triangle tour 5 Days. The whole golden Triangle circuit is about 720 km by road which makes golden Triangle tour perfect for those who doesn’t have long vacation.

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Delhi

Usually Golden Triangle tours start in Delhi, and rightly so; the capital city is truly impressive. If you only got a couple of days in Capital, then you really don’t have a minute to spare in boredom, so head straight to Chandni Chowk. The centre of Old Delhi, this market was created by Shah Jahan in 1650 A.D., and is still one of the most vibrant parts of the city, enjoy the delicious street cuisine of india and taste the best paratha (indian bread). This place will not only satisfy your wanderlust but also win the heart of foodie inside you. Chandni Chowk is an experience that makes your vibe truly indian!

If you are left with some extra minutes, visit Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India that can accommodate up to 25,000 people! Not only its size is massive, the beautiful blend of delicately carved white marble and red sandstone makes this site impressive. Walk and spend time in the courtyard and get a sight of the Red Fort in the distance. Then walk up the narrow spiral staircase of the minaret and you will witness best view of Old Delhi.

If you want to feel delhi a little more before leaving, do visit Raj Ghat, the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi. In the evening, head back to Red Fort to attend the popular Sound and Light Show.

Agra

Agra is home to the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This iconic monument is simply breathtaking in real life. Built by Shah Jahan as a memorial for his beloved wife Mumtaz, monument perfectly captured and reflects the changing moods of the Wife by the changing hues of the Mausoleum at different times of the day. It takes a pinkish hue in the morning, milky white in the evening and golden at night when illuminated by moonlight, this is sure to be the main gem of your Golden Triangle trip.

Afterwards, wandered through the grounds of the Taj Mahal, pay a call on Agra Fort, where his hard-hearted son Aurangzeb captivated Shah Jahan mercilessly. It was here that he would gaze across the river to the Taj Mahal and cherish the moments of love of his third wife Mumtaz. In the evening, dine under the stars like an emperor at the finest restaurants of Agra.

Jaipur

Your journey to the Pink city Jaipur commences early. Once you reach Jaipur, the Old City is the great spot to explore. The Hawa Mahal which is an iconic building well known for its architecture and holds many secrets and joy of the ladies who once lived here. Through the small windows or jharokhas, the ladies were able to observe life outside their palace, it worked like little escape from the royal life. If you are attentive enough, you can hear them whispering and giggling to each other as you wander through the halls of the Hawa Mahal.

Once you have enjoyed the Hawa Mahal, Nearby is the City Palace, which put together blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture so perfectly that its almost beyond words to explain. From its brightly painted Pitam Niwas Courtyard, with reliefs that represent every season, to the intricately engraved armory room, the City Palace will give you a sneak peek into the royal world of the maharajas. If you have enough time, you can also visit Jantar Mantar, which comprises a collection of some of the most fascinating and interesting scientific instruments we suggest Don’t miss out the sundial that has a 27-metre high gnomon.

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