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Tourism in India

We offer personalised tours conducted in private cars for business and leisure travellers and can start on any day of your choice. 
We specialise in tours, in and around Delhi, the most famous & popular Golden Triangle Tour, Heritage & culture tours in North India, and tours covering the colorful state of Rajasthan and Agra.
We make all efforts to provide you with a hassle free and seamless holiday experience so that you return with happy memories of your dream holiday in India !

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Tourism in Mandawa            Tourism in Bikaner            Tourism in Ranakpur
Tourism in Jaisalmer            Tourism in Jodpur             Tourism in Udaipur
Tourism in Delhi                  Tourism in Jaipur              Tourism in Agra
Tourism in Rajasthan           Tourism in India               Tourism in Ranthambore


Others destinations in India

Ranthambore


Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan, the largest city of the Indian sub-continent. The first planned Indian city, Jaipur, is also the biggest city of the state of Rajasthan. Jaipur is one of the prime tourist destinations of Rajasthan. In order to explore the various parts of the capital city, tourists must arrange for compete tours to Jaipur.
The erstwhile royal capital, Jaipur was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, who was the king of Amber, in the year 1727. Jaipur is popularly called the 'Pink City' of the desert state of Rajasthan. The entire city is dotted with a number of historical landmarks. The taste of Rajputs and various royal families that have ruled Rajasthan flashes from each and every part of Jaipur. Considered a pride of Rajasthan, Jaipur boasts of picturesque locales, historical landmarks, numerous shopping areas and many more. Jaipur is one of the cities of Rajasthan that reflect the rich culture and tradition of the state.


Agra

 Agra in India is the city of architectural wonders and one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal. Agra, the most romantic city in India, is famous for the marble edifice 'Taj Mahal' hued in the eternal beauty that is immortal. This beautiful marble monument, located on a bank of the Yamuna River in Agra India, has inspired poets and lovers throughout the world. You can see the gorgeous Taj Mahal on tours to Agra. Agra was the capital of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his attractive Queen Mumtaz Mahal. After she passed away in 1631, Shah Jahan created a mausoleum that is now known as a symbol of undying love. During your tours to Agra, a visit to the Agra Fort and the Fatehpur Sikri, the red sandstone city made by Emperor Akbar is an absolute must.

Delhi

Delhi Sightseeing Tour

Places to visit: Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Rajghat, Jantar Mantar, Feroz Shah Kotla Fort, Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate, Humayu n's Tomb, Qutb Minar and Lotus Temple.

Itinerary:
Pick up from hotel at 9.30 A.M    
Visit Old Delhi- the former center of Mughal power which offers ancient monuments, narrow streets and bustling markets. Visit the Red Fort built in 1648 by the great Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan famous for his great edifice of love the Taj Mahal. Also see the biggest mosque in India the Jama Masjid, constructed by Shah Jahan in 1658. Then drive through the narrow lanes ofChandni Chowk to get a feel of the royal life of the Mughal emperors.
Post lunch you will be taken to see the “New Delhi” which came into existence much later, and is also known as Lutyens Delhi, taking after the name of a British architect who was largely responsible in designing India Gate, Presidential House, Secratariat, Parliament House and many other buildings in that area.
Visit the recent jewel in the crown, Lotus Temple and then drive on to see the tallest tower in Delhi, known as Qutub Minar, which declared the arrival and rise of Islam in India.
Drop at your hotel latest by 5.30 P.M

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        Flavia and Gulab Singh New Delhi


Udaipur, Rajasthan

Venice of The East
The city of Dawn,Udaipur in India is a lovely land around the azure water lakes, hemmed in by the lush hills of the Aravalis.A vision in white drenched in romance and beauty.Udaipur India is a fascinating blend of sights, sounds and experiences an inspiration for the imagination of poets, painters and writers.

Udaipur is the jewel of Mewar, a kingdom ruled by the Siodia dynasty for 1200 years.The foundation of the city has an interesting legend associated with it.Accordaing to it,Maharana UdaiSingh, the founder, was hunting one day when he met a holy man meditating on a hill overlooking the Lake Pichhola.
The hermit blessed the Maharana and advised him to build a palace at this favourably located spot with a fertile valley watered by the stream,a lake, an alttitude and an ampitheatre of low mountains.Maharana followed the advised of the hermit and founded the city in 1559 AD. 

Overlooking the aquamarine expanses of the Lake Pichhola stands the splendid City Palace a marvel n granite and marbel. Exquisite lake palaces of Udaipur,shimmering like jewelson the Lake Pichhola are overwhelming in splendour. Travel Udaipur for a wonderful experience that fills in a great sense of satisfaction and happiness.

What To See

City Palace
As the hub of Udaipur the City Palace stands majestically on the hill guarded by crenellated fort walls. A riot of arches, domes, turrets, crenellations and chattris crown the steep fortress. 

In contrast to its rugged exterior, the inside presents a delicate and feminine world of beauty with lavish use of marble, mirror work, frescoes, wall paintings, a profusion of colored glass, fluted columns, inlay work, silver doors, fountains and gardens. 
A series of courtyards, jharokhas, chattris, terraces, corridors, stairways, over planning pavilions and hanging gardens form an astonishing and harmonious whole.


Hotel Lake Palace
The Lake Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces in the world, arising out of the Turquoise Waters of the Pichola like an elegant fantasy in white marble. The Lake palace was built in the 17th century on a natural foundation of 4 acers of rock. It was initially called Jaginwas after its founder Maharana Jagjit Singh .

The Maharana, ruler of Jaipur from 1628 to 1654, was very friendly with Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and encouraged his craftsmen to copy some of the glories of his incomparable buildings at Agra.The successive rulers used this cool haven as their summer resort, holding their regal durbars in its courtyards. These courtyards lined with columns, pillared terraces, fountains and gardens all add to its impressive image. The rooms are decorated with cusped arches, inland stones of pink, and green lotus leaves and painted mirrors. apartments like the Bada Mahal, Kush Mahal, Ajjan Niwas, Phool Mahal and Dhola Mahal. All enhance the romance of the elegant setting. Among the facilities available are swimming pool, conference hall and a bar. Other events of recreation organised here are excursions in and around and a bar other events of recreation organised here are excursions in and around Udaipur .


Jaisamand Lake
A stunningly situated artificial lake,built in the 17th century AD Maharana Jai Singh is the second largest in Asia.Graceful marble chhatris flank the embankment and beautiful summer palaces of the Udaipur queens are built on either side of the lake. Jaisamand Island Resort is also worth visiting.

Mewar Festival 
Udaipur in India celebrates Mewar festival to welcome the spring season. Features of the Mewar festival are the music, dances, songs and fireworks display. Mewar festival coincides with another festival of Rajasthan, Gangaur festival. 

                                       Paul and Gulab at Udaipur

Ranakpur, Rajasthan

Ranakpur is reached after passing lush green valleys and streams and the heart capturing views drive away any fatigue of the journey. The Ranakpur Jain Temple were built during the reign of the liberal and gifted monarch Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. An enormous basement covers 48,000 sq. feet area. There are four subsidiary shrines, twenty four pillared halls and eligibly domes supported by over four hundred columns.

The total number of columns is 1,444 all of which are intricately carved no two being alike. The artistically carved nymphs playing the flute in various dance postures at a height of 45 feet are an engrossing sight. In the assembly hall, there are two big bells weighing 108 kgs. whose sound echoes in the entire complex. 

Jodpur, Rajasthan

Set at the edge of the Thar desert, the imperial city of Jodhpur India echoes with tales of antiquity in the emptiness of the desert. Once the capital of the Marwar state, Jodhpur India was founded in 1459 AD by Rao Jodha chief of the Rathore clan of Rajputs who claimed to be descendants of Rama the epic hero of the Ramayana.
The massive 15th century AD Mehrangarh Fort looms on the top of a rocky hill, soaring 25 mts. above the plains. Jodhpur is encompassed by a high wall 10km long with 8 gates and innumerable bastions.
A major trade center of the 16th century AD the fortress city of Jodhpur India is now the second largest city of Rajasthan. While the graceful palaces, forts and temples strewn throughout the city bring alive the historic grandeur, exquisite handicrafts, folks dances, music and the brightly attired people lend a romantic aura to the city. Travel Jodhpur to explore the historical forts and monuments that dot the city.

Jodhpur Travel Attractions
Jaswant Thada
Red sandstone stairs lead up to the chessboard checked courtyard of the neat white marble cenotaph. Dedicated to Maharaja Jaswant, this memorial was built in 1899 and today it is one of the prime Jodhpur travel attractions in India. Inside, the reverent ambience is framed with several portraits of Jodhpur royalty. It is a peaked structure from the outside with precise trellis work and excellent carving.

Umaid Bhawan
A wonderful palace of beige sandstone built by Maharaja Umaid Singh in 1928 and designed by the President of the British Royal Institute of Architects. The Fort is a blend of several styles, merging pleasantly. All the trappings of Raj influence, pre-independence royal living are present. Royal auditorium ballrooms, huge dinning-room, gilded royal furniture, majestic tiger and deerskins on the walls of a gloomy library of old books, crystal chandeliers, stained glass windows, liveried menservants and doormen, swimming pool in basement, various mementos and old photographs. Travel Jodhpur.... there is so much to see and discover.

Museum
The Jodhpur Museum exhibits a rich collection of armory, textiles, arts and crafts, miniature paintings, portraits, manuscripts, and images of Jain Tirthankaras.

Nagaur Palace
Famous for an old fort and palace with beautiful murals of lores and legends, Nagaur is 135 kilometers away from Jodhpur. An annual cattle fair held here in January/February is rated as one of the best in Asia.

Marwar Festival
Marwar festival is held every year in the Hindu month of Ashwin (Sept-Oct). Also known as Maand festival, feature of this 2-day festival is the folk music and dance of the Marwar region of Rajasthan.

Forts in Jodhpur India
The 5 km long majestic fort on a 125 m high hill is one of the most impressive and formidable structures that you will come acroos on your Jodhpur travel. Although invincible from the outside,the fort has four gates approached by a winding road. Within the fort are some magnificent palaces with marvelously craved panels,latticed windows and evocative names. Noteworthy of these are the Moti Mahal,the Phool Mahal,the Sheesh Mahal, the Sileh Khana and the Daulat Khana. These palaces house a fabulous collection of trappings of Indian royalty including superb collection of palanquins, elephant howdahs, miniature paintings of various schools, musical instruments, costumes and furniture.
 

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

About Jaisalmer
Deep in the heart of the Thar Desert is Jaisalmer, one of the last princely bastions in the region. Founded on what was the cross - road of lucrative trade routes, this remote settlement came to be celebrated for the valour of its rulers, and for the aesthetic sense represented by their palaces,lake and havelis.

Fort of Jaisalmer
The rich merchants engaged stone - craftsmen who worked delicately on the sandstone mansions they built, filling up facades with sculptural filigree, screen windows, delicate pavilions and beautiful balconies. Today, these veritable art - museums are still inhabited, and their colourful celebrations and festivals have placed Jaisalmer Fort firmly on the world tourism map. The golden - yellow sandstone of Jaisalmer Fort, over 800 years old, crowns the Trikuta Hill. Within its walls, defended by 99 turrets, lies the old city, nearly a quarter of modern Jaisalmer. Seen from outside, the sight must be almost identical to what was seen by merchants on their overland camel caravans to central Asia. Once this desert outpost was an important gate for the trade route, and Jaisalmer grew wealthy on the proceeds. But the advent of commercial shipping relegated the town to relative obscurity.

Attractions in Fort of Jaisalmer
The fort stands almost 30 metres over the city and houses an entire living area within huge ramparts. Walking through the narrow lanes is an experience worth savouring. It is approached through Ganesh Pol, Suraj Pol, Bhoot Pol and Hawa Pol. Also, within it are many beautiful havelies and a group of Jain temples dating from the 12th to the 15th centuries.

Sam Sand Dunes
No trip to Jaisalmer India is complete without a trip to the most picturesque dunes of Sam.The ripples on the wind-caressed dunes,that create an enchanting mirage, are surely a delight for a tigger-happy photographer. Various cultural programmers are organised against the backdrop of these fascinating sand dunes.Exciting camel safaris allow you to get the real feel of the desert on the camel back.
 


The golden city of Jaisalmer, which lies courageously as the western sentinel of India, is a place worth visiting. The golden ray of the setting sun draws a heavenly picture on the sands of Jaisalmer. The magnificent wood- and stone-carved mansions and buildings display the love of the Rajputs towards the fine arts.

LOCATION
Jaisalmer is situated in the westernmost part of the state of Rajasthan, the heart of the great Thar Desert.
It has neighboring Pakistan on its western side. On its south, there is the beautiful city of Bikaner. The eastern part of the place is bordered by Jodhpur, another city of color and tradition. The climate of this city is of typical desert character. Population of this city is quite low compared to the other parts of the state. The best time to visit this desert city is the winter season (November to February) when the heat becomes comparatively low. The desert festival held during the last winter months of January and February is the most opportune time for the people to visit Jaisalmer.

HISTORY
The city Jaisalmer was founded by Bhatti Rajput Rawal Jaisal in 1156. The history of Jaisalmer also reveals the courage and determination of the Rajputs. The city used to be a major trade center as it was the trade route of the western countries to India.

TOURISTS ATTRACTIONS
Visiting Jaisalmer itself means a visit to the Jaisalmer Fort. Built over the Trikuta hill, this fort is the biggest and the most beautiful landmark of the city. The fort is occupied by shops, stalls, and a number of other business concerns. This fort accommodates quarter of the city's population.
Just outside the fort is the Manakchowk, the famous marketplace of Jaisalmer. It is a good place for bargaining the local products.
The Jain temple, a place worth visiting, is also situated inside the fort itself. The temple, made between 12th and 15th century, bears testimony to Rajasthan's unique artistry.
Havelis are the mansions built by the wealthy merchants, which are still in very good condition. The intricate craftsmanship is beyond parallel. The havelis like the Patwon-ki-Haveli and Salim-Singh-ki-Haveli are remarkable for their exclusive cutwork, yellow and red stone treatment and the bracket-shaped decoration of peacocks.
Gadsisar Sagar Tank is a famous place for an outing. Earlier it used to be the source of water for the entire city. A number of migratory birds flock this place during the winter season
Desert Culture Center and Museum is another place that would give the visitor a clear insight of the place. The museum has a number of old coins, different kinds of textile, traditional Rajasthani instruments, and some fossils that were found in the desert.
Baba Bagh is an oasis at the bank of a man-made dam. It has greenery all around to give a much-needed relief to the local people.
The Jain temple of Lodhruva, which reminds of the glory of the former capital city Lodhruva, is a place worth visiting.
Sam Sand Dunes, situated at the edge of the Thar Desert, is a place gaining tremendous tourist attraction these days. This sandy place is famous for watching sunset and taking a camel ride.
Khuri, another place in this glittering golden sand, impresses the tourists with its mud houses and straw roofs.
Desert National Park is another place that preserves the natural ecosystem of the desert land. Cactus, thorny trees and shrubs could be seen growing easily without being taken care of. It has some vegetation that survives in the dry and arid soil. It also has few animal species like the monitor lizard, desert foxes, porcupines and black bucks, etc.

FAIRS & FESTIVALS
The most famous of the local festivals is the camel fair that is held during the winter season of the year. Camel dances, camel races, folk dance, and music are some of the major attractions of this place. It is also known as the desert festival.

HOW TO REACH
Jaisalmer is well connected to the nearby towns and cities. The nearest city is Jodhpur. To visit this place by air, one has to take the flight operated by Indian Airlines between Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. To get there by train there is a meter-gauge train that connects this place with the rest of the small and big places. We would provide you all India tourist permit vehicles for the local transportations and also for the intercity drives too.

Bikaner, Rajasthan

Much part of Bikaner City is in Thar desert.  
The city derives its name from Bhatti Rajput Rao Jodha's fourteenth son Bika. This dynasty ruled Bikaner for three hundred years. In the 19th century a friendship treaty was signed between Bikaner's King and the British as a result of which in the 1857 war of independence, the British were provided shelter in Bikaner.
One of Bikaner's attraction is the Dhala Maru or Camel Festival which is held every year in the month of January. Camels from many countries take part in the festival.
The principal attraction of Bikaner is the Junagarh Fort. Raj Singh built this majestic fort in 1587-93, which is very much similar to Jaipur Fort. The fort is built of red and pink sandstone. There are as many as 37 palaces inside the fort built at various times by a variety of rulers like Gurjars, Pratiharas, Rajputs, Chauhans, Bhalli, Rathore to name just a few.
The Junagarh Fort is surrounded by high walls and there is a 30 feet deep trench around the fort. There are two entrances to the fort, which is 986m in length. There are 37 domes built inside the fort. By all accounts, the Junagarh Fort used to be an invincible fort.


 

Mandawa, Rajasthan

In the heart of the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan lies the beautiful small town Mandawa, known throughout the state for its forts and havelis. The structures of this place reminds one of the cultural and social hotspot this place used to be in the bygone era.

LOCATION
Mandawa is situated in the north Indian state of Rajasthan around 190 km off Jaipur, the capital of the state. The town lies between latitude 28.06° in the north and longitude 75.20° in the east. The fort town of Mandawa is well connected with the other places in region through a good network of roads.

BEST TIME TO VISIT 
Like most of the other places in north India, Mandawa too has an extreme climate. The summers can be very hot with the mercury touching 40.5°C, whereas winters can be chilly and the temperature can fall below 10°C. The best season to visit this place is winter i.e. October to March. The annual rainfall is between 45 to 60 cm. Recommended clothing is light tropical for summer and light woolen for winter.

HISTORY
The compact and busy little market town of Mandawa was settled and fortified in 18th century by the dominant merchant families of the region. The wealthy businessmen of the village constructed many havelis and baolis with colored painting adorning their walls. Later on, with the migration of these merchant families, their old settlements remained in total obscurity with no one to look after them. Despite the time lapse and ignorance about these visual and architectural extravaganzas, their attraction did not fade and today they are some of the major attractions for the tourists visiting Rajasthan.

TOURISTS ATTRACTIONS 
Mandawa provides the visitors with a sense of discovery at every turn; battlements that offer spectacular views of the town below, a whimsical peacock weather van, and an arched window that overlooks the verdant garden visited by peacocks. Most importantly, the fact that no two rooms are alike in the palace here. In the zenana or women's quarters, one room offers antique murals, another has a marble fountain, and the turret room boasts of walls that are seven feet thick. Looking out from the window of the turret room, it is easy to imagine the marauding bandits that once roamed freely here. Little wonder then that the family crest contains the motto, 'Veer Bhogya Vasundhara', which translates into 'the brave shall inherit the earth'.