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Golden Triangle with Art and Wildlife

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Golden Triangle with Art and Wildlife
Places covered: Delhi - Mandawa - Jaipur - Ranthambore - Agra
We can start our journey with Delhi. Old Delhi is the former centre of Mughal Power which offers prehistoric memorials, bustling bazaars and narrow streets. Drive towards Red Fort which was built in 1648 and later board a rickshaw and ride through a unique experience from the Red Fort, through “Chandni Chowk” which is also known as Silver Street and in evening we can experience the sights and sounds in the fort. Near to it, Jama Masjid is situated. It is marked as one of the greatest mosque in India and was completed in 1658 by Shah Jahan who also built the Taj Mahal, and the Raj Ghat, the humble honoring to Mahatma Gandhi.

Next day, we can drive through Mandawa from Delhi which is 250 kms away from Delhi. Reaching there, walk through the Shekawati region. Here Kayamkhani Nawabs used to have a strong hold till 1730. The havelis are castle of a beautiful housing architectural elegance t…

Gujarat

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Gujarat lies in in the western region of India, near to Ahmedabad and Dholavira. It is known for the Stepped Wells, Jain Temples, Asiatic Lion and business-oriented people. It encompasses of the three major municipalities of Gujarat state - Ahmedabad, Surat and Vadodra.

Gujaratis are well-known for their business intelligence and entrepreneurship, equally in India as well as abroad. The environmental miscellany and deliberate location has made Gujarat home to an incredible diversity of people. With 20% of the country's total industrial output, it is the most commercial state in Republic of India.
More than 89% of the inhabitants of Gujarat are Hindu. Only 9% of Muslims and 1% of Jains are there in the population and most of the Gujaratis are strict “vegetarians”. Amongst Hindus, Lord Swaminarayan is famously worshipped throughout Gujarat. People mainly speak Gujarati here, but Hindi and English are also widely understood by the people.

Best time to visit this place is Winters. As…

India's Wildlife.

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India is famous for its wildlife. It is a suitable combination of assorted species having wide-range origins. India is a well-thought-out home to many erratic and scarce animal species. It is a huge country having an ironic wildlife legacy and it is considered as one of the richest ones all over the world. Number of reptiles, animals and bird mammals are included in Indian wildlife which are protected through various national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.

There are some rare animals which one can see in Indian wildlife and are considered as rare all over the world. Royal Bengal Tiger, Indian Rhino, Indian Elephant, Lion, Cobra, Peacock, White Tiger, Snow Leopard, Black Buck, Cheetah are some of the world-famous animals.

There are more than 150 national parks and more than 550 wildlife sanctuaries where we can see these world-famous animals. Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve, Bandhavgarh National Park, The Kanha National Park, The Ranthambhor National Park are some the famous sanctuaries. A…

Ayurveda and Spa Tour!!!

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Ayurveda and Spa Tour!!!
Ayurveda is an olden therapeutic art. The word, Ayurveda is serene of two words of Sanskrit, ayur (meaning life) and veda (meaning knowledge).
It is a traditional system of treatment and is incorporated in Atharva Veda (last of the four Vedas) and is also marked as the Indian secret of wellness has gradually won admirers over the world. Spa and Ayurveda Tours in India are one of the greatest reasons for you to plan a visit. The coddlingcures and treatments, in stunning areas in India, is one of the best holidays you could ever have, and it also deals with stuff related to health, day-to-day life and longevity (long life).
Ayurveda in India is a 5000 – year - old natural health care packages. It is made from the natural products like oils, herbs, etc. are used to refresh your body, mind, and soul, de-stress your body and get rid of the disease in a totally comprehensive way. For the eventual in luxury, reduction and well-being, book a holiday to gain rich exper…

A trip to Goa in Luxury Trains

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A trip to Goa in Luxury Trains 
Goa is marked as a party capital of India and is the smallest state by area and fourth smallest by population. On the map it is located on western side of India, in the region known as Konkan. In the North it is surrounded by the state of Maharashtra and in the East and South it is surrounded by Karnataka, while the Arabian Sea forms its western coast.
It is one of the richest states of India and is ranked as one of the best place for its infrastructure and high-quality life in India. It is visited by many domestic and international tourists each year for its world-famous beaches, places of worship and world heritage architecture. It also has a rich flora and fauna.  Goa’s beaches cover about 125 kilometers of its coastline. They are divided into North and South Goa. Although the beaches may not have the turquoise water, but they are just immense! “Royal” is the word that comes to mind when one visits Goa’s beaches. It also has few waterfalls, lakes,cliffs…

A Journey like Maharajas

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Traveling luxury with trains in India has come up since the introduction of Palace of Wheels. It was started in the year 1982 to endorse Rajasthan Tourism. Looking at this, we also have one of the most luxurious and unarguably tourist train in India named, Maharaja Express.
Maharaja Express is defined as the art of elegant and graceful traveling with the train in India. It also covers some of the premium destinations in India and discovers the true essence of this incredible country. It has been giving it service since 2010 and has been ranked first from the past five years. There are total 5 luxury trains in India and all of them are managed by Indian Railways and the IRCTC, – namely Maharajas’ Express, Palace on Wheels, The Deccan Odyssey, Golden Chariot and Royal Rajasthan on Wheels.
There are in total 23 coaches and can carry total 88 passengers at a go. It also consists of 2 restaurants, spa salon, bar, lounge, fitness center and business center redefine the art of luxury train t…

Festival of Colours - Holi

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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…