Golden Triangle Tour With Rajasthan allow you to immerse yourself in multiple eras, both in past and contemporary life. Allows staying in the cities and places of Rajasthan with a visit to Delhi and the Taj Mahal. Rajasthan is a state that is loud, sophisticated, and vibrant.
All the colors of mankind can be seen and felt in Old Delhi. The Taj Mahal is the place where the legacy of the Mughal Empire has left a world wonder born out of a romantic tale. You will be greeted with interesting tombs and mausoleums, forts and busy squares (markets).
The capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur, which was ruled by Rajputs for centuries before becoming a planned city in the 17th century AD. Jaipur, the Pink City, effectively maintains its old-world charm with paintings-covered buildings and gates set against a spectacular pink-coloured backdrop. Visit Pushkar a Hindu pilgrimage site known for having the world’s only dedicated Brahma temple.
Jodhpur, the second largest city of Rajasthan and the former capital of the Marwar region, is the second largest metropolis in the state. It is known as the “Blue City” because of its blue walls and residences giving it a completely blue hue from above. The beautiful Mehrangarh Fort is a major attraction of Jodhpur, which is known for its temples, lakes and cuisine. Ranakpur is known for its stunning array of Tirthankara-themed Jain temples. The most famous Jain Temple exemplifies the architectural excellence of Jain sculpturing and creativity.
The last destination of this Golden Triangle Tour With Rajasthan is Udaipur. Which is known as the most prominent enchanting city of India. With endless short walkways and scenic beauty, magnificent palaces, temples and havelis (classical, lavishly painted houses dating from the 18th century Silk Route) make up a vibrant art scene. Udaipur’s remarkable architecture and vibrant market make it a wonderful destination to watch the sunset while boating on Lake Pichola. So without delay let’s go to the itinerary