Monday, December 27, 2010

Golden Triangle Tour with Three City



Golden Triangle with three city tour Delhi Jaipur and Agra are a most wished tour of any one having even little interest in India and Indian history, and even if it is the above, you can just visit these for the beautiful cities they are.

Delhi, the first spot in Golden Triangle Tours was known as Indraprastha earlier. Delhi is one of the most rapidly growing cities in India. It is located on the west bank of River Yamuna. Here you can visit Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Jantar Mantar, Kutub Minar, Bahai Temple, Rashtrapati Bahawan, Parliament House etc.Delhi, the capital of the country is not just the city with a lot of monuments, heritage sights, museums, parks, but new age, well advanced structures, styles, people and so much more.
You can experience the old and new atmosphere here by visiting different historical monuments, street markets and modern malls. Delhi is a perfect place for sight seeing, shopping and eating. You can shop anything from the market from a simple plain cloth piece to beautiful shopping arcades.A 160 feet tall India Gate near the Parliament house is another site which must not be missed. The recently constructed Akshardham Temple is another milestone representing Indian architecture at is best. The state emporiums and the museums are another options.
For shopping, flee markets such as Janpath, etc can serve well.

Second city in your Golden Triangle Tours will be Agra. Golden Triangle Agra is famous for the world wide beauty The Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. This amazing white marble beauty is so beautifully designed that every year thousands of tourists visit Agra just to have a look of Taj. Apart of Taj Mahal, other places to visit in Agra are red Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Like Jaipur, here also you will find an amazing market. Agra is famous for gem stones, marble made articles, jewelry, rugs, leather items and ethnic handicrafts.Varanasi is the part of Golden Triangle. Varanasi is basically a Hindu pilgrimage city since ages. It situated on the bank of River Ganga. It is strongly believed that River Ganga carries away the wrong doings of people. Here, you can visit Hindu Temples, Ashrams, Ghats, Stupas etc. Apart from these temples, you can also visit Archaeological Museum where you can find Ashoka Pillar, which is the National Emblem of India. Different temples in the city are Durga temple, Sankat Mochan temple, Vishwanath temple and Tulsi Manas temple. Various famous Ghat in Varanasi are Prahalad Ghat, Ravidas Ghat, Kabir Ghat and Vishnu Ghat. Varanasi is also famous for its silk sarees. Banarasi Silk Sarees has a very important part in Indian Wedding. Apart from sarees, Mizapur carpets, musical instrument, sweet betel leaves and mangoes are also famous in Varanasi.

Third city in your Golden Triangle safari  will be Jaipur- the capital of Rajasthan this city is full of colors, a city which has many monuments again, but different from the ones in Delhi. Hawa-Mahal, is one of the finest monuments here. Golden Triangle Jaipur also known as 'Pink City', its a city which was constructed in 16th century, and a walk around this old walled city can bring you to a different platform all together. Distant from the hustle bustle of a fast moving metro city, this city has a perfect blending of Mughal and Rajput architecture.


The museum holds a collection of rare manuscripts, paintings, weapons, carpets and costumes, and Mughal and Rajasthani miniatures.

One can also explore the markets for a fine collection of leatherwork, woodblock prints, handicrafts, perfumes, jewellery and not to miss the city's ever famous traditional blue pottery.

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