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Ajanta Ellora with Royal Rajasthan Tour


Duration:
12 Days/11 Nights
Destinations: Delhi – Agra -  Jaipur – Pushkar – Jodhpur - Ranakpur – Udaipur – Flight – Aurangabad – Flight - Mumbai


Day 01

Arrive Delhi:  On arrival at Delhi, you are traditionally welcome by our representative and transfer to hotel by your Exclusive Car. In the hotel have a brief view of the tour from our representative. Overnight stay in Hotel


Day 02

DelhiAfter enjoying the hearty breakfast, leave for the sightseeing tour of Old & New Delhi. Including Jama Masjid -- one of Asia's largest mosques, Red Fort- the magnificent and most opulent fort built during the years 1638 - 1648 by the Moghul Empire, walk through the silver street of Chandni Chowk, Raj Ghat - the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi, A massive temple - Akshar Dham, The Hindu temple - Birla Mandir, The Humayun’s Tomb & Qutab Minar - a 73 m high victory tower and The Bahai Temple - shaped like a lotus flower and a proof of India's secularism. The India  Gate -war  memorial,  The Rashtrapati Bhawan - President's House, Parliament House and Government Secretariat Buildings. Overnight at the hotel


Day 03
Delhi / Agra (205 Km): After breakfast at the hotel drive to Agra. On the way visit Sikandara - the last resting place of the Mughal emperor Akbar. On reaching Agra, visit the imposing Agra Fort, built of red sandstone and marble is a hilltop citadel with fabulous courtyards, fountains and gates, where Shahjehan imprisoned by his own son Aurangzeb. Thereafter, evening is free to explore this vibrant colourful city and its local markets.


Day 04

Agra / Fatehpur Sikri / Jaipur (232 Km): Early morning visit incomparable Taj Mahal which is among the seven wonders in the world. Taj Mahal, erected by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, Queen Mumtaz Mahal. Begun in 1631, 20000 workmen took 22 years to complete it a dream in white marble which lies in perfect proportion to the elegant garden of fountains on the bank of Yamuna. Post lunch tour of the Phantom city Fatehpur Sikri built by Akbar in the late 16th century, it was abandoned after only 14 years due to shortage of water. The entire city of Red sand stone (sand stone palaces and temples) is virtually intact and a site worth seeing is the 54 m high main entrance. Jami Mosque, Buland Darwaza, Tomb of Shaikh Salim Chishti, Jodha Bai and Birbal’s house are the other attractions. welcome to The Capital city of Rajasthan which is also known as “Pink City” This afternoon, set off to see The City Palace --still the home of the former royalty H.H Bhawani Singh Ji of Jaipur housing an extensive collection of art, carpets and old weapons. Jantar Mantar Observatory - situated in the heart of the city where time has been accurately measured since the 17th century the largest and best preserved stone observatory, on the way back visit Birla Temple. Evening at leisure.


Day 05

Jaipur: A full day sightseeing stopping to view the dramatic hilltop fortress at Amber - ascend the imposing fort on a painted elephant. We wander among glittering inlays and the Hall of Mirrors ‘Sheesh Mahal’. Within the palace are Diwan-e-Aam the "Hall of Public Audience", Diwan-e-Khas the "Hall of Private Audience" and the Sukh Niws where a cool breeze blows, the Jai Mandir or the "Temple of Victory". Enroute visit Jal Mahal the“Water Palace” built in centre of Maota Lake which was a resting place of the kings. Hawa Mahal -- The Palace of Winds, the facade of which is all pink windows and filigree screens. After Lunch visit “Monkey Temple”, Galta Sun Temple -- beautiful place sorrounded by mountains. Enjoy a Bollywood movie at “Rajmandir” the Second best Cinema in Asia. In the evening then enjoy dinner with folk dances and music by typical Rajasthani women in an Indian Restaurant.


Day 06

Jaipur / Pushkar (150 Km): Leave Jaipur and head towards Pushkar on the way visit in Ajmer Nasiya Golden Jain Temple, “Dargah Sharif” and Adhai Din Ka Jhopra. Afternoon reach the Holy City -  Pushkar, the place where Lord Brahma (Creator of the Hindu Trinity) and Savitri (His Wife) perform “Yagnas”. Here we visit Brahama Temple and Lake Pushkar, where devotees take holy bath in lake water. The legand says that the lake sprout on the place where the lotus petals fell on earth from the hands of Lord Brahma. Pushkar is popular for the Pushkar Fair or Camel Fair that held every year in the month of November. In evening enjoy the walk along the colourful and bustling local market.


Day 07

Pushkar / Jodhpur ( 214 Kms): After Breakfast drive to Jodhpur. Upon arrival check into hotel. Post lunch seightseeing tour includes Mehrangarh fort - pride of Jodhpur, still stand high witnessing the battles fought.  Museum inside the fort displays a rich collection of old royal palanquins, arms, paintings, costumes, etc. Fort has number of palaces - Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Takht Vilas and Jhanki Mahal. On the way down from the fort, towards left is Jaswant Thada - intricately carved marble stone temple shaped cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. Umaid Bhawan Palace or Chittar Palace - palace with no mortar bindings, only chiselled  sandstone blocks are interlocked together. Evening is leisure or you can walk along the famous spice market and feel the flavours of indian spices. Overnight stay at hotel.


Day 08

Jodhpur / Ranakpur / Udaipur (330 km): After breakfast, drive to Udaipur. On the way visit Ranakpur, the city named after Rana Kumbha, known for its Jain temple. The four images of Adinath are enshrined in the main temple called 'Chamukh', having 29 halls and 1444 columns all with differently carved sculpturs. The complex also includes Sun Temple, Amba Mata Temple,  Parsvanath and Neminath temples. Reach Udaipur in afternoon and check in hotel. Later, see the Sahelion ki Bari where Maharana Sangram Singh build this garden complex with fountains and lakes for his beautiful daughter. After that move around the narrow streets of Udaipur, rest of the time free for your leisure.


Day 09
Udaipur: After breakfast move out for the city tour of Udaipur visit  the City Palace, a grand palace with beautiful architecture, the Jagdish Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and the folk art museum with a colorful collection of puppets, musical instruments and paintings.In the evening you can wander through the city or take an  boat ride on Lake Pichola and see the fabulous lake palaces of Udaipur, the Jag Mandir Palace and the Jag Niwas Palace now known as the Taj Lake Palace, where you can enjoy your dinner in a regal ambience. Return to your hotel to stay overnight.


Day 10

Udaipur / Aurangabad (By Flight): After breakfast you will be transferred to airport to take the flight to Aurangabad. Upon arrival received by our representative and transfer to hotel. Later move for the sight seen of aurangabad which includes “Bibi Ka Maqbara” was built by Prince Azam Shah, son of Emperor Aurangzeb, in the late 17th century as a loving tribute to his mother, Dilras Bano Begam. The monument's name translates literally to 'Tomb of the Lady', but has earned the nickname 'poor man’s Taj' because it was made to rival the Taj Mahal.  “Panchakki” The Water Mill complex. This is very good example of long indian science history, water force use to rotate the mill stone for grinding wheat. Overnight in hotel.


Day 11

Aurangabad: After breakfast take an excursion to Ajanta caves: Ajanta Caves are a series of 29Buddhist cave temples. Some of which date from the 2nd century BC. Encompassing both Theravada and Mahayana Buddhist traditions, the Ajanta caves preserve some of the best masterpieces of Buddhist art in India. The Caves were carved over many years out of a horseshoe-shaped cliff along the Waghora River. They were used by Buddhist monks as prayer halls (chaitya grihas) and monasteries (viharas) for about nine centuries, and then were abruptly abandoned. They fell into oblivion until they were rediscovered in 1819.


Day 12

Aurangabad / Mumbai (By Flight): After breakfast take an excursion to Ellora caves. The Ellora Caves are an impressive complex of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain cave temples built between the 6th and 10th centuries AD near the ancient Indian village of Ellora. The caves have a slightly less dramatic setting than those at Ajanta, but more exquisite sculptures. Ellora is a World Heritage Site and the most visited ancient monument in Maharashtra State. The caves at Ellora were carved out of the vertical face of the Charanandri hills between the 6th and 10th centuries. The carving work began around 550 AD, about the same time the Ajanta Caves (100km northeast) were abandoned.Later transfer to airport to take the flight to Mumbai On arrival the driver will receive you and than you will transferred to International airport 3 hours before your international flight time to your home country.

 

 


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