Delhi is full of life, history, culture and natural beauty. Delhi is the home to some of the most valued cultural treasures in India. It is proudly known as the art capital!! It has an extremely beautiful collection of art, artifacts and liberal arts which make the Capital a showcase of Indian talent and creativity.
Saunter in the ancient markets of Old Delhi, experience India’s cultural diversity at Dilli Haat, the Mercury-colored Red Fort, take a walk to India Gate, then enjoy the place of tranquility at the lotus-shaped temple, Party away at Connaught Place lavishly. People all around the world come to witness the majestic grandeur and the heritage of this city. Explore the Incredible Delhi like never before.
A tag of “pink city” has been given to Jaipur for its distinguishable colored buildings. Jaipur simply glitters, to say the least. There are aeons of things to see in Jaipur. Some of the royal families still live here. Strike a pose in the Jal Mahal, a floating water palace and visit the Govind Dev – Ji temple which holds a World Record and is mentioned in The Guinness Book. It is a marvel of construction because it has the world’s widest flat roof construction with a single span of 119 feet. It is a sacred place that was made for the 8th avatar of Shree Krishna. Need more hustle and bustle? Endure the bazaar in the city centre in the evening and have a blast.
It is the home of the scenic tigers that could be best recognized through their ruling territory. Ranthambore is a home for wild boars, leopards, sloth bears nilgais, chitals and sambar. Visit one of the oldest and the most famous temple of Lord Ganesha in Rajasthan. You would also find the Ranthambore fort which is situated inside the Ranthambore National Park. It was built in the mid-10th century. It was once used as a hunting ground by the Maharajas of Jaipur. Take a canter ride or jeep safari into Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and be one with nature.
Legends say that Bharatpur was named after the name Bharat, who was the younger brother of Lord Ram. Bharatpur is also a home to one of the best bird watching destinations in the world, “Keoladeo Ghana National Park (KNP)”. This wetland is famous for migratory birds – ducks, geese, waders, raptors, flycatchers and more. In winters, keen bird watchers and ornithologists come to the park in groups to observe and study the feathered beauties. You can rent a bicycle or choose to walk and explore this beautiful park which has a wide variety of different species of birds. It is a treat for photography enthusiasts & is the perfect place for a day outing.
This historical city is 200 km away from Delhi. Some 300 years ago, it was the Mughal capital and at that time some wonders were constructed like the wonderful Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort and Sikandra – the mausoleum of Akbar.
AGRA FORT : is one of the famous monuments in Agra, built with red sandstone. It was constructed in 1574 by Akbar.
TAJ MAHAL : is a mausoleum of Mumtaz built by her husband Shahjahan in 1632. It is made up of white marble, which changes its color with the change in lights. It looks stunning under the moonlight and the view at that moment is so pleasant that a person would want to visit the place again.