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Day Wise Itinerary
From the cackle of its colour-charged cities to the luminous splendour of its sun-kissed desert, Rajasthan is romantic India wrapped in gaudy royal robes. Here the fearsome Rajput warrior clans ruled with gilt-edged swords, plundered wealth and blood-thick chivalrous codes.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrive At Delhi
Arrive at Delhi. You will be met on arrival at Delhi Airport / Railway Station and escorted to the hotel. Delhi,
the capital city of India lying along the River Yamuna, Seven cities have existed here since the 10th century,
ruled over by a succession of Rajputs, Turks, Afghans, Mughals and the British. Delhi is two cities in one; the
Old Delhi of the Mughals, created by Shah Jahan after moving his Capital from Agra in 1638 AD is still a
medieval district of narrow lanes, forts, mosques and bazaars. The second, New Delhi, built by the British in
1911-1931 and characterized by Sir Edwin Lutyens' architecture, is a spacious and well-designed
metropolis of broad avenues, grand imperial buildings and landscaped gardens. New Delhi is a green city
with its tree lined avenues, parks and natural forest and one of the City's hidden delights is the picturesque
Lodi Gardens set around Mughal tombs and it is home to a number of museums including the national
Museum, the Museum of Modern art, the Museum of Natural History and the creative Arts and Crafts
Museum where artisans can be seen at work. Overnight at hotel.
History is brought to life at this excellent museum, where artisans demonstrate traditional embroidery, weaving, carving and pottery. Situated on the Bhairon Road at Pragati ...
Bhairon Rd, New Delhi 110001, India (Nizamuddin)
Phone: 11 337 1353
Day 2: Delhi Sightseeing
Enjoy your breakfast, this morning at the hotel, and proceed to visit drive through South Delhi to visit Qutub
Minar, which is a World Heritage site and one of the most historically monument in Delhi. This 234' high
tower which was built in 1193, at the time of the foundation of the Islamic rule in India. Drive past the Bhai
Temple, a serene marble structure of near perfect proportions. Later, visit one of the most inspirational monuments of Delhi's past the Humayun's Tomb .This Tomb was built in 1565 by a Persian architect.
Surrounded by well maintained gardens it is a wonderfully serene site. Drive onto Rajpath, a two mile long
avenue originally the focal point of British India and now used for parades; lined with ornamental canals the
views in both directions are imposing. Drive past India Gate, built to commemorate the Indian and British
soldiers who died in World War I, Parliament House and Rashtrapati Bhawan. Standing at the crest of
Raisina Hill, Lutyen's 20th Century architectural masterpiece was built for the viceroy during British rule
and is now the President's residence. Visit the Birla Mandir as it is popularly known which enshrines Lord
Vishnu, situated at the heart of the city. Afterwards in Old Delhi previously known as Shahjahanabad, take a
cycle rickshaw through the chaotic, noisy and bustling markets of Chandni Chowk, where trading continues
in the maze of shops as it has done over the Centuries.