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Day 3 : Varanasi- fly
The venerable and ancient city Varanasi is the religious centre of the world for Hindus. It is a magnificent city, with myriad attractions, both as an exalted place of pilgrimage and a microcosmic centre of faith. Thousands of pilgrims visit the city from all parts of India and from across the world. Varanasi is a unique city where the past and present, eternity and continuity live side by side. The city rises from the high northern bank on the outside curve of Ganga, the holiest of all Indian rivers, to form a magnificent panorama of buildings in many varieties of Indian architecture. The unique relationship between the sacred river and the city is the essence of Varanasi - the land of sacred light. The Ganga is believed to have flown from the heaven to wash away the worldly sins of the humankind. Thus, to be in Varanasi is an out of this world experience, and experience of self-discovery, a journey through the present and the past in search of immortality. Soon after the sunrise, the city's great amphitheatre of ghats burst into activity. In the charged holistic atmosphere of the morning venerable Brahmins (known as Pandas) recite passages from sacred texts, priests dispense holy ashes to pilgrims to mark their foreheads in veneration of the gods. Boatmen, flower seller, shrill- voiced sellers selling sweetmeats and knick knacks, sacred bulls and cows roam around.
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is the most sacred shrine in Varanasi. The original Temple was destoryed by the Mughal Emperor, Aurangzeb, which was later, restored by Rani Ahilyabai of Indore in the 18th century. The Gold plating of the dome was done during the 19th century by Maharaja Ranjit Singhj of Punjab. Foreigners entry restricted.
Sarnath 10 Kms
About 10 km away, This fabled place bears testimony to its great past where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon to his disciples expounding the principles of Buddhism. There are remains dating as far back as the 3rd century B.C. when Emperor Ashoka founded various institutions, stupas, monasteries and pillar edicts. The runs at Sarnath and the art collection in the Archaeological Museum are representations/ examples of the glorious past of Sarnath. Archaeological remains are open from Sunrise to Sunset.
Day 4 : Khajuraho- fly
Khajuraho: The temples at Khajuraho were built during the Chandella dynasty, which reached its apogee between 950 and 1050. Only about 20 temples remain; they fall into three distinct groups and belong to two different religions - Hinduism and Jainism. They strike a perfect balance between architecture and sculpture. The Temple of Kandariya is decorated with a profusion of sculptures that are among the greatest masterpieces of Indian art.
Day 5: Agra- Drive and train to full day.
Early morning we again visit some of the places and drive to Jhansi. On the way we stop for lunch at Orccha. Visit the Orccha Fort and continue driving to Jhansi. From Jhansi we will board the train to Agra which will reach at 2000 hours at Agra
Day 6:Agra - Full day sight seeing AGRA - Taj Mahal
one of the Seven Wonders of the world built by Emperor Shah Jehan in the memory oh his beloved consort Mumtaz Mahal. This beautiful mausoleum took 22 years to complete with a work force of 20,000. Craftsmen and master builders came from all over Asia to join in the great work - from Baghdad, Shiraz, Delhi, Samarkand and Turkey. The marble, India's finest; was quarried at Makrana near Jodhpur. Precious and semi precious stones were imported from distant lands : Jasper from Punjab, Jade & Crystal from China, Turquoise from Tibet, Lapis from Afghanistan and Ceylon, Chrosolite from Egypt, Amethyst from Persia, Agate from Yemen, Malachite from Russia, Diamonds from Golconda and Mother of Pearl from the Indian Ocean.
This morning after breakfast your day begins with the sight seeing of one of the important architectural monuments in Agra - The Agra Fort built by Emperor Akbar, the maze of courtyards; mosques and Private Chambers of the fort echo the story of the Mughal Empire. Itmat Ud Daula
Day 10: Jaipur - Drive 5 hours - Half day sight seeing
In the morning we drive to Jaipur. On the way we visit Fatehpur Sikri - The deserted capital of the Mughals.
THE splendid fort / palace of AMBER was wrested by the Kachhwaha Rajputs in the mid-12th century. Who dominated the surrounding area for the next six centuries? Amber was also the prime site of the alliance between the Mughals and the Rajputs. The astronomer-king Sawai Jai Singh II, famous for his Jantar Mantar ascended the throne in 1699. He soon decided to build a new city in the plains: JAIPUR was designed according to the principals of the Shilpa-shastra and the capital shifted here in 1727, the city attracted merchants and crafts-people that over time shaped its irresistible bazaar.
We reach Jaipur in the late afternoon and take a rickshaw ride in the bazaars followed by a walk.
Day 11: Jaipur- Full day sight seeing
Jaipur sight seeing + Amber = Elephant rideAfter breakfast,
excursion to Amber the old capital of Jaipur rulers. Ride on back of an elephant
from the foot of the hills up to the gates of the fortress. Afternoon sight
seeing tour of Jaipur including Maharaja's Museum and Jai Singh Astronomical
Observatory and Hawa Mahal.
Day 12: Jodhpur Evening we board a train to Jodhpur at 1700 hours
Day 13: Jaisalmer- we drive to Jaisalmer 7 Hours drive.
Day 14: Jaisalmer - Sight seeing
Nothing can prepare you for the first sight of Jaisalmer as it appears dream-like amidst the dunes. The trance continues inside the fort among maze- like streets and bazaar. Outside the fort the havelis bewitch you. A visit to the Desert National Park near Sam is rewarding. Look out for Jaisalmer evocative Desert Festival. The city was founded by Rao Jaisal in the year 1156 A. Don the advice of local hermit. The fort Sonar is built on Jurassic sandstone grows out of a rock in an undulationg sea of sand. The other attractions are Sam sand dunes 45 Km sand Lodruva Jain temples 16 Kms.
Jaisalmer sight seeing
After break fast drive back to Jaisalmer to visit Jaisalmer fort, Gadisar Lake. Jain Temple, Patwon Ki Haveli. Nathmalji-Ki-Haveli & Salim Singh,s Haveli. In the afternoon check in at the hotel. Evening free for your leisure activities and shopping in the bazaar. (Overnight at hotel)
Day 15: Jodhpur
Today we drive back to Jodhpur. Reach in the afternoon and visit the city.
A valiant sentinel in the desert, on the eastern fringe of the Thar Desert has the distinction of neither being a part of the Desert nor out of it. At best it is a doorway to the wonderland of sand dunes and shrubs, rocky terrain and thorny trees. It is the home of the Rathores - the awesome princely state of Rajasthan, who conquered Marwar or Maroodesh, land of the sand after the fall of Delhi and Kannauj. In 1459 AD, Rao Jodha, chief of Rathore clan of Rajputs, who claim descent from Lord Rama, the epic hero of the Ramayana, laid the foundation of Jodhpur. A high stonewall protects the well-fortified city. The wall is nearly 10 km in length and has eight gates facing various directions.
Within, stands an imposing fort on a low range of sandstone hills, about 125m above the surrounding plains. Invincible! And dauntless in its league with time! The city lies at the foot of the hills. The clear distinction between the old and the new city is visible from the ramparts of the fort. On the other side of the city, facing the fort is the Umaid Bhawan Palace, one of the most spacious, sprawling and well-planned palaces in India. And from here, as you look at the fort, a tantalizing view rises before your eyes at sunset. The peculiar slant of the sunset lends the desert landscape an awe-inspiring glow and the people, a chivalry undaunted.
Day 16: Udaipur - Drive to Udaipur via Ranakpur Temples Ranakpur
UDAIPUR is perhaps a unique pre-modern capital in that it has no fort. Coming to life after the final sacking of Chittaur , Udaipur saw an explosion of building activity- temples, palaces and Havelis. Lake Pichola with its two islands-Jagniwas(now the Lake Palace Hotel) and Jagmandir defines Udaipur . The City Palace towers over the lake. The artifical Jaisamand Lake was created in 17th century by damming the Gomti River. There are beautiful chhatries(Cenotaphs) around the embankment
Day 17: Cochin - Fly via Mumbai - Half day sight seeing
Cochin You are received at the airport and transferred to the hotel. In the afternoon we offer you the tour of Cochin visiting Fort Cochin - Ancient capital of the Dutch, Portuguese and finally the British The old Spice Market at Mattancherry, the antique shop on Jews Street, the Synagogue, Dutch Palace and, of course, the Church of St. Francis where the mortal remains of Vasco Da Gama was buried before it was shifted to Portugal. Kathakali show, the traditional dance form of Kerala.Boat tour from Cochin to EKM. Pick up from there and sightseeing's in Ernakulam.
Day 18 : Thekkaddy -Drive for 3 hours
Day 19: Kumarakom - Drive for 3 hours - Back water boat cruise.
This morning we drive to the town-Kumarakom..After breakfast transfer to houseboat which cruises along the palm-fringed waterways of Kerala in a luxury houseboat is the most enchanting holiday experience in India today. In this world of simple pleasures, you will skim past ancient Chinese fishing nets, water lilies, lush paddy fields, coir villages, rustic homes, temples and coconut groves. A guided tour down the backwaters would provide you with a complete and most enchanting experience on the back waters of Kerala and will also reveal to you some interesting facts about the life of local village people. There is a Kerala that lives along these backwaters throbbing with its
own unique culture .For you, as a visitor to Kerala it can be incredibly different experience just floating this backwater in a country craft and absorbing unusual representation.
Day 20: Kovalam : Day at Leisure.
Day 21: Kovalam - Drive for 4 hours - beaches
Day 22: Kovalam - Beaches excursion to Kanyakumari Today we take an
excursion to Kanyakumari. The southern most part / tip of the country. En
route we visit the Padmanabhapuram Palace, Sucheendram
Day 23: Delhi - Fly to Delhi and on 23 fly Barcelona
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