Delhi has always been a seat of power and a witness to the reign of different dynasties, both Hindus and Muslims and the terrible wars and revolts that have resulted in overturning of thrones and passing of the city,
Agra - Majestic buildings and still flourishing arts and crafts including leatherwork and pietra dura marble-inlay work along with delicious Mughal cuisine have now become an inseparable part or more, the identity of the city.
Jaipur's illustrious pink color symbolizes 'welcome' and was embraced during the times of the ruler Ram Singh II when he expected the Prince of Wales in 1876. The color was selected after several experiments,
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On the shores of River Yamuna, to the northwest of the Taj Mahal, Emperor Akbar started a majestic fort, which gained Jehangir and Shah Jahan as its future benefactors who added rose-red sandstone and marble buildings,
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In the foothills of Himalayas, at the point where the sacred Ganga River reaches the plains, lies Haridwar, an ancient pilgrimage site that has been held in reverence for centuries. It is here that the famous Kumbha Mela is held, once in every twelve years,
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Gloriously standing as a testimony of great love, Taj Mahal not only awes a person with its normous size and immeasurable beauty but has an uncanny way of awakening the sensation of 'Love at first sight' as soon as one crosses the threshold,
Golden Triangle North
Gold has been the symbol of royalty and power since ages and Golden Triangle of North India is the most appropriate name that could be given to a package tour comprising of Delhi,
Deccan Golden Triangle
Love for their religion, orthodox attitudes and love for science has marked the people of Tamil Nadu. Chennai is a budding metropolitan city that manifests both the aspects of Tamil Nadu,
The famous Golden Triangle of India actually covers three most beautiful and captivating cities of the country Delhi (the capital of India), Agra (the city of Taj) and Jaipur (the land of Rajput kings). It is actually a kaleidoscope that presents the Indian pageantry in its most colorful forms and offers you a dazzling vista of stately and grandiose architectural buildings, forts and palaces with a legendary heritage and a fertile and affluent tradition of art and culture. These cities are undoubtedly, the epitomes of Indian cultural, historical and architectural heritage and have all been the capitals of the princely states at least in the past. The blessed experience of viewing the world-famous monument of Shahjahan's love - Taj Mahal, the imperial, elegant and imposing buildings of Lutyens' New Delhi and the regal splendor of the desert city of Jaipur, will certainly leave an indelible expression in the deepest recesses of your heart.
Each city has its own unique identity made up of a combination of different sights, sounds and experiences. Delhi is as modern as any big cosmopolitan city with a degree of sophistication that comes from being the ruling capital of a nation and modernity that comes from being frequented people of all nationalities and cultures. Agra showcases the opulence of the Mughal Empire while a royal elephant ride and warm welcome in the city Jaipur are not the only reminiscent of to the citys medieval Rajput culture. This Golden Triangle is one of the hot-picks and has beckoned tourists for long and no city is more than 250 km away from another of the triangle and is connected well by roads and trains. Being popular tourist destinations, all of these cities have good hotels and tourism facilities too.