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, the capital of India and a seat of power since ages; Agra, which is a showcase to a more delicate side of the hearts of the Mughal emperors and Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan - the land of Rajputs.Gather what is best of North India that has been the political centre of the vast country in the least possible time by availing the fabulous 'Golden Triangle' tour package.
Made up of eight cities dating from 900 BC to
1930 blended together with time, Delhi is not only one of the oldest
cities of the world but also the most progressive. The best place to
start once-in-a-lifetime journey, Delhi has had a tumultuous history
and had the glory of being a capital during most of the time that
gets reflected in the abundance of the bygone era that compliments
this political and commercial hub of India along with the latest fun
and frolic places that keep springing up from time to time and spice
up the life of the natives and the tourists alike.
Visit the Red Fort and Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World at Agra, the second star of the golden
triangle tour package. Agra secured its place on the tourists' map
because of Taj Mahal that was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory
of his second and beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal. It has now gained
popularity as an eternal monument, symbol and signature of love all
over the world. Often termed as 'the poem in white marble' and 'the
epitome of beauty' by scholars, Taj is known for its fabulous marble
inlay work. While you are at Agra, you can shop for such marble
works, leather goods and jewellery, however, nothing equals a mini
replica of Taj as a good memorabilia to cherish forever.
Jaipur, the third of the golden triangle city, was founded and established by the great and mighty king, Raja Sawai
Jai Singh, who was known for his sharp and witty mind and love for
astronomy. The name of the city 'Jaipur' has twofold emphasis as the
word 'Jai' is the first name of its founder as well as it can be
translated as 'victory' in Hindi. Today, the capital of Rajasthan,
the city also has an important place as a major tourist attraction
in India because of its superlative forts, flamboyant palaces,
effervescent temples, multicolored bazaars, lively streets and its
renowned pink color, which lends the city its oft-used name 'The Pink City'.