Trip to Agra (Package1)

Taj Mahal

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No visit to India is complete without seeing the Taj Mahal in Agra 125 miles from Delhi.Built on the bank of River Jamuna between 1631 nad 1652 by Shah jahan, the fifth Mughal Emperor.an immortal tribute to the memory of his wife,the tomb is made of pure white marble with inlaid work of semiprecious stones.

Agra Red Fort

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Trip to Delhi & Agra

Delhi

  1. Jantar Mantar : This ancient astronomy observatory, built in 1719 A.D. by Maharaja ai Singh II of Jaipur, contains six huge masonary instruments that determine and study the location and movements of the sun, moon and other celestial bodies.
  2. Humayun’s Tomb :The Taj Mahal in Agra is said to have been modeled after this mughal Emperor’s Tomb built in 1565 A.D. by his wife Hamida Banu Begum. It is beautifully proportioned structure.
  3. Qutab Minar : India’s tallest stone tower of red sandstone and marble was started in 1200 A.D. The top of the tower is reached by a flight of 379 stair. It is 234 feet high and considered on of the most perfect structures of Indo-Islamic architecture in the world .The surrounding areas is covered with numerous ruins.
  4. Jama Masjid : Facing the fort across a belt of green, stands the jama Masjid the biggest and most beautiful mosque of India. This massive, imposing structure was created by Emperor Shah Jahan from 1650-56.
  5. Red Fort/ Lal Qila : It is considered to be the most magnificent fort in the east, perhaps in the world. Build by Emperor shah jahan between 1618-47 A.D., the fort includes the exquisite Public and Private Hall of Audience which stood the world famous Peacock Throne. The Royal Baths, the Pearl Mosque, and the beautiful gardens present a sublime example of Mughal Gardens present architecture.

Agra

  1. Taj Mahal : No visit to india is compleate without seeing the Taj Mahal in Agra 125 miles from Delhi.Built on the bank of the River Jamuana between 1631 and 1652 by Shah jahan, the fifth Mugal Emperor.an immortal tribute to the memory of his wife,the tomb is made of pure white marble with inlaid work of semiprecious stones.
  2. Agra Red Fort : The fort, with 70 feet heigh walls, octagonal towers, and crenelated remparts is one and half miles in circumference and holds a maze of courtyards and gateway. Inside, You also find the jahangiri mahal a fine palace built by akbar with admirable carving in red sandstone.
  3. Sikandra : The mausoleum of the third Mughal Emperor Akbar was built in 1603 to 1613 A.D. The gateway to the mausoleum is one of the most imposing of its kind. Its massive Mughal archway of red sandstone is inlaid with white marble, and four slender minarets rise up in perfect geometrical proportion.
  4. Shopping Tour ; A trip to Agra includes a visit to the famous handicraft shops and factories that sell exotic marble work (reminiscent of Taj Mahal), a variety of carpets,jwellery, Silk, precious and semi-precious stones.

Trip to Delhi , Agra & Jaipur

Delhi

  1. Jantar Mantar This ancient astronomy observatory, built in 1719 A.D. by Maharaja ai Singh II of Jaipur, contains six huge masonary instruments that determine and study the location and movements of the sun, moon and other celestial bodies.
  2. Humayun’s Tomb : The Taj Mahal in Agra is said to have been modeled after this mughal Emperor’s Tomb built in 1565 A.D. by his wife Hamida Banu Begum. It is beautifully proportioned structure.
  3. Qutab Minar : India’s tallest stone tower of red sandstone and marble was started in 1200 A.D. The top of the tower is reached by a flight of 379 stair. It is 234 feet high and considered on of the most perfect structures of Indo-Islamic architecture in the world .The surrounding areas is covered with numerous ruins.
  4. Jama Masjid : Facing the fort across a belt of green, stands the jama Masjid the biggest and most beautiful mosque of India. This massive, imposing structure was created by Emperor Shah Jahan from 1650-56.
  5. Red Fort (Lal Qila) : It is considered to be the most magnificent fort in the east, perhaps in the world. Build by Emperor shah jahan between 1618-47 A.D., the fort includes the exquisite Public and Private Hall of Audience which stood the world famous Peacock Throne. The Royal Baths, the Pearl Mosque, and the beautiful gardens present a sublime example of Mughal Gardens present architecture.

Agra

  1. Taj Mahal : No visit to india is compleate without seeing the Taj Mahal in Agra 125 miles from Delhi.Built on the bank of the River Jamuana between 1631 and 1652 by Shah jahan, the fifth Mugal Emperor.an immortal tribute to the memory of his wife,the tomb is made of pure white marble with inlaid work of semiprecious stones.
  2. Agra Red Fort : The fort, with 70 feet heigh walls, octagonal towers, and crenelated remparts is one and half miles in circumference and holds a maze of courtyards and gateway. Inside, You also find the jahangiri mahal a fine palace built by akbar with admirable carving in red sandstone.
  3. Sikandra : The mausoleum of the third Mughal Emperor Akbar was built in 1603 to 1613 A.D. The gateway to the mausoleum is one of the most imposing of its kind. Its massive Mughal archway of red sandstone is inlaid with white marble, and four slender minarets rise up in perfect geometrical proportion.
  4. Shopping Tour : A trip to Agra includes a visit to the famous handicraft shops and factories that sell exotic marble work (reminiscent of Taj Mahal), a variety of carpets,jwellery, Silk, precious and semi-precious stones.

Jaipur

  1. The City Palace : The City Palace formerly the residence of the Maharaja, blend both Mughal and the traditional Rajasthani style of architecture and craftsmanship, with in this imposing and fascination palace the chandra mahal overlooking the jai niwas Garden and the Shri Govind Dev Temple are significant. It houses two large urns, possibly the largest silver vessels in India which used by maharaja Madho singh to carry six monther supply of holy Ganga Water to the coronation of king Edward VII in London.
  2. Stone Observatory: Built in 18th century, the huge instruments, for astronomy were designed by the astronomer King Maharaja jai Singh II, and are still in use.
  3. Hawa Mahal : The “Palace of Winds” is built of red sandstone and is a five-storied structure premedical in form. The overhanging balconies give it in air of lightness and delicate beauty.
  4. The City Palace Museum  :It has unique collection of carpets, an armoury and lots of Rajasthani miniature paintings.
  5. Amber Fort : The former capital of jaipur this picturesque palace is situated on a hill 7 miles from Jaipur. It is the finest specimen of Rajpur architecture in Rajasthan bringing to mind the chivalry, romance, colour, pomp and pageantry, which is associated with this part of India. The fort of jaigarh forms a beautiful backdrop. The Amber Palace has a number of audience halls like the Sheesh mahal , the Sukh Niwas which are marvel of the seventeenth century engineering.