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The Golden Triangle and Ranthambore region is a treasure-trove of iconic monuments that encapsulate India’s fascinating history. Here, the many architectural marvels offer a deep dive into the past – the rise and fall of empires, the love of a husband for his wife, and the might of ruling dynasties through the ages. It’s the magic land that saw the Ramayana and Mahabharata play out. All through history, it was also the most contested territory, where the mighty Mughal invaders fought powerful Rajput maharajas. The British Empire too left its imprint by creating cities like Lutyens Delhi, a showpiece of modern India.
Delhi never ceases to surprise! You will be amazed at the buzz and bustle of the old city. You can take a rickshaw ride through Chandi Chowk, and savour the sights and smells. Equally riveting is Edwin Lutyen’s layout of modern New Delhi, with wide boulevards, low-rise government buildings, and formal gardens. A must on your itinerary are iconic monuments like the Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and Humayun’s Tomb, all precious relics of a rich history. Stroll through Mehrauli Park and enjoy tales of The Fall and Rise of Delhi - a fascinating insight into its past glory.
But of course, it’s not about history alone. India’s clout as a modern-day republic is showcased in the imposing edifice of India Gate, the President House, and Rajghat, the spot where Mahatma Gandhi’s samadhi is erected.
Agra is the magical city that conjures up romantic images… like Princess Diana sitting against the backdrop of the Taj Mahal. The city’s strategic location on the banks of the Yamuna has allowed the city to expand into one of India’s largest tourist hubs. It’s very well connected by road and rail. In Agra, you’ll find history popping out of every nook and cranny, so make sure you take the time to look around in a leisurely manner. Also remember, your trip remains incomplete without the Agra Culture Walk – a golden opportunity to check out the markets, understand local customs, and truly appreciate the nuances of Agra’s unique identity.
Situated near the little town of Sawai Madhopur are the erstwhile royal hunting grounds of Ranthambore. This is where the once-hunted Indian tiger now roams free. Enjoy the Ranthambore Safari to truly experience the call of the wild!
No other city exudes royal privilege quite the way Jaipur does. Rajasthan’s Kachwaha dynasty ruled the erstwhile Jaipur state and built the entire city of Jaipur as per the principles of vaastu. The grand City Palace takes pride of place in the city-centre and its opulent interiors are open for public viewing. The Jantar Mantar Observatory and Hawa Mahal, commissioned by the ruling maharajas, demonstrate a superior understanding of architectural engineering and design. These attractions are very popular on the tourist circuit and definitely worth a visit. Take a ride up to Amber Fort the old fashioned way - on elephant back - and experience the journey up the ramparts like the Maharajas did. If you’re feeling adventurous, Jaipur offers Ballooning and Paramotoring as a unique way to see the city.