Festival of Colours - Holi

Holi is counted as one the most vibrant festival of India and this time the Holi celebrations in Delhi will be much better than ever. It’s a thrilled festival that indicates an end of winter season and welcomes refreshing spring season. Indians wait the entire year for this one day when they can splash colors all over each other. There are numerous widespread stories related to celebrations of Holi but the most common is connected to the killing of the Holika. The story centers around an egotistical king who used to tell everyone in his kingdom to worship him but his son Prahlad was against this and used to worship the God Vishnu instead of him. Seeing this, he got angry and made multiple attempts to kill his son but got failed each time. Finally, one day the king’s sister Holika who was said to be resistant to burning, sat with the boy in a massive fire. However, the prince Prahlada arises unharmed, while his aunt got burnt death.  Therefore, a huge bonfire is burnt on the eve of Ho…

About Maharaja Express Luxury

On board of The Luxury Trains The trains that always fulfill the promises of a royal experience – Know some important  things about The Maharajas Express The Maharajas' Express having five carriages of Deluxe Cabins, six Junior Suites, two for Suites and one grand Presidential Suite. Each and Every cabin has large window - so that you can enjoy every bit of beautiful India. All passenger Cabins come with Air Conditioning. LCD televisions, DVD players, direct dial telephone and internet, to name a few. In-house movies and live television also available to keep you enggeged and entertained through the journey. Maharajas' dining The Maharajas Express Train has 42 passenger seating capacity dining on the train. It has two restaurant  so everyone on board can seats and dines together. In house wines and bear are served whilst dining on complimentary basis.     Maharajas' bar and lounges One Special and unique bar for choicest collection of wine for the people coming from all ov…

Cities Covered by Palace on Wheels

Jaipur - "The Pink City" is spectacularly set within surrounding rugged hills, dotted with ancient ruined fortresses. You can include in your tour,  the imposing City Palace, still home to the Maharaja although several of the rooms are now open to the public. Many antiques and artifacts belonging to the ruling family are housed here, including a collection of weaponry. 
Amber Fort, situated on a ridge just outside Jaipur City. At the foot of the hill you will mount your caparisoned elephant for the slow but steady climb up to the main gate, making your entrance in the time honoured fashion. The Fort, completed in the early 18th century, took over 100 years to build and now, although deserted, offers a fascinating insight into the lifestyle of the Moghul ruling families.   You can also visit the Hawa Mahal "Palace of the Winds", and the open-air Jantar Mantar Observatory to see the vast astronomical instruments. Enjoy a stroll through the colourful bazaar before retur…

about Royal Rajasthan on Wheels Luxury Train

About the Train Experience the regal sojourn with leisure travel across the brave lands of Rajputana on 'Royal Rajasthan on Wheels'. In sheer opulence and comfort, the heritage train offers a pristine historical experience that will just make memories linger. As the whistles of the luxury train blows and the wheels roll down the tracks, the travellers witness the true colours of Rajasthan portrayed by amazing architecture, fascinating festivals, scintillating sports, high adrenaline adventure, centurion craft and age old tradition.
It is designed and embroidered in a contemporary royal style to experience the existing regal luxury, taste a slice of royalty and enjoy a royal feast on board, where every moment is woven together into an everlasting and immemorial experience to be lived and cherished forever. Discover the adventurous escapades to the wilds of Ranthambore, visit to the magical destination of Udaipur, perceive the intriguing sagas of forts and palaces of Jaipur, glimps…

Some valuable Information related to Luxury Tourist Train - Palace on Wheels.

Some valuable Information related to Luxury Tourist Train - Palace on Wheels.  

ØHow are triple bedded rooms configured? The rooms are pretty much same as the double bed rooms with one additional pull out bed. ØAre there different types of rooms (Suites, standard rooms etc.)? All the rooms on the Palace on Wheels are the same size and have attached bathrooms / toilets. Passengers in the room do not share the bathrooms with anyone else. The interior decor changes in the coaches but as far as the rooms are concerned, all Single, Double and Triple occupancy rooms, they are the same size. ØWhat are acceptable modes of payment? We welcome Visa, MasterCard, and American Express, Discover cards or Personal Checks drawn on a US bank. We can provide wire transfer details if you would like to send the payment by bank transfer. ØDo you charge anything extra for credit card processing? No we don’t charge anything extra. ØHow soon should I book? Our recommendation is to book as soon as you have an idea…

HASSAN - One of The City Covered by Golden Chariot Train

A relaxed and easygoing city, Hassan is the headquarters of the same-named district and is one among the uncomparable favorite spots in the state of karnataka. Named after the town's presiding god "Hasanamba", Karnataka's fourth largest town is principally a farmer and merchandiser city. Hassan is a pleasant place to looked for a day or two on foot and forms an ideal base for exploring the world-famous site of Halebid (33km), Belur (38km) and Sravanabelagola (48km).
Hassan is best best-known for its Hasanamba Temple, however there is conjointly Siddeshvara Temple, built by Venkatappa Nayaka, one of the Nayaka rulers.
Sights to see
Hasanamba Temple Built in the 12th century underneath the Krishnappa Nayaka (Paleghar), the temple is elegantly graven and enshrines god Hasanamba.
Siddeshwara Swamy temple The beautiful Siddeshwara Swamy Temple is another noted shrine in Hassan.
Koravangala The Bucesvara temple is the attraction of Koravangala, situated 10 kilometer from Ha…

palace on wheels

Embark on this luxury train journey through Rajasthan as the Maharajas did - by personal train . Our journey begins in New Delhi,  and as we have a tendency to calm down to an savory dinner , the Palace on Wheels winds its thanks to the town of Jaipur. enclosed by rugged hills , every topped by a formidable fort , and delightful palaces , mansions and gardens, the Pink town of Jaipur is sure to thrill . Next Stop is Ranthambore parkland - a sanctuary for tigers, deer , wild boar , gazelles , sloth bear , leopards and a superfluity of bird-life . On expedition we tend to keep a keen eye out to sport a tigr lounging around within the sun. The train then continues into Udaipur , well-known as the town of Lakes , most celebrated for the fairy tale marble palace that seems to rise from the waters of Lake Pichola, Journey in to the guts of the thar Desert to charming Jaisalmer and find out the mighty Mehrangarh fort at Jodhpur. Finally arriving at the glorious Taj Mahal in urban center , th…