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Rajasthan Heritage Tours >> Royal Raja Tour
Duration :- 24 Nights/25 Days
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Day 01: Arrival Delhi:
Namaste! We are welcomed the traditional Indian way with hands clapped together. After immigration and custom formalities, we are transferred to our hotel.
Overnight: Hotel in Delhi (B).

Delhi Lotus Temple Day 02: Delhi:

As India's capital, Delhi is a political and business hub, as well as one of the country's major travel gateways. It also has a throng of semi permanent foreigners who work as news correspondents, at embassies (we can identify a diplomat's car by it's blue number plate), or at other organizations that have foreign associations. Spacious and planned, New Delhi was built as the imperial capital of India by the British while Old Delhi was the capital of the Muslim India between the 17th and the 19th centuries - there is a rich legacy of mosques, and monuments and forts that testifies to this. Delhi hasn't always been India's capital, but it has played a paramount role in Indian history. Many have invaded Delhi through the ages, including the Persian emperor, Nadir Shah, who sacked the city in 1739 and carted the Kohinoor Diamond (now part of the British royal family's crown jewels) and the famous Peacock Thrown off to Iran. The British Captured Delhi in 1803, but during the Indian Uprising of 1857 it was centre of resistance against them. The capital of India is a true reflection of the old and new of India. We start our morning tour with New Delhi and visit the famous India Gate followed by the Houses of Parliament, Connaught Place and the Qutub Minar - a perfect minaret towering 102 meters / 112 yards into the sky. New Delhi is a blend of Moghul India, Hindu India, and British India and certainly of modern independent India. Our afternoon concentrates on Old Delhi, starting with the famous Red Fort. Built by Shah Jehan, this was once the most opulent fort of the Moghul Empire. Next we visit another Moghul majesty, the Jama Masjid that is India's largest mosque, followed by the Raj Ghat, the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi. We end our tour with a bazaar experience at Chandni Chowk, the street of silver and goldsmiths. Also visit a Kashmiri handicraft emporium where skillful craftsmen from Kashmir will show you how "The World famous Persian carpets" are weaved. These craftsmen have resettled down in Delhi after the uprising in Kashmir and are trying to earn their livelihood.
Overnight: Hotel in Delhi (B).


Day 03:Delhi/ Jaipur (Drive 258 Km/ 06 Hrs):
Today we leave for Jaipur, filled with frenetic crowds; Rajasthan's chaotic, dusky - pink capital is a place of wild contrasts, bombarding the senses at every turn. Jaipur old city, it's rich color deepening and fading according to the light, is lined with long, twinkling bazaars. Like Wacky Races on acid, vegetable - laden camel carts thread their way through streets jam-packed with cars, cows, rickshaws & bicycles. The city owes its name, foundation and careful planning to the great warrior -astronomer Maharaja Jai Singh II (1693 - 1743). On arrival in Jaipur we check in out hotel, rest of the day is free to relax and to visit the local bazaars of Jaipur if time permits.
Overnight: Hotel in Jaipur (B).

Day 04:Jaipur:
A royal experience awaits us as we take an elephant ride uphill to the intriguing Amber Palace, a distinguished example of 17th Century Rajput architecture. After the tour and enjoying a panoramic view, we return to Jaipur to visit the old astronomical observatory built by the founder of the city, Jai Singh. We also visit the majestic Palace, which houses a rare collection of Indian art, and the colorful bazaar. Jaipur is noted for its craftsmen, skilled in brass inlay, lacquer work and stone setting. Most of the buildings in the old city are made of pink sandstone and one of the most beautiful is Hawa Mahal, Palace of Winds, where the ladies of the royal harem used to watch the city from behind the intricately carved facade. Evening is free to enjoy both shopping and a cultural experience in the bazaars of Jaipur. As Jaipur is famous for its jewels (gems cutting and polishing), we will take you to a Gems cutting and polishing center - which has won several awards by Japanese Government & Govt. of India.
Overnight: Hotel in Jaipur (B).

Jaipur Samode Travel Day 05:Jaipur/Samode (Drive 60 Kms/ 1½ hr):
Today we take journey to Samode palace, located on way to Shekhawati; this small village is famous for its haveli and fort. Samode is connected to Jaipur through a good network of roads. Samode is an ideal desert getaway. On arrival in Samode we check in our hotel Samode Palace. The Samode Palace, now a heritage hotel, is built in the characteristic pattern of an open courtyard with rooms leading off the arched corridor that runs along all the four sides of the building. The Sultan Mahal is on the first floor-an exquisite room with a marble pillared verandah. It has the famous Jaipur blue tile decorations. Every inch of the ceiling and the walls are covered with floral, paisley and geometric motifs painted in vegetable colors. It is called Sultan Mahal after the craftsman, who painstakingly created it. Old and heavy carved silver furniture brought from Nepal by the grandmother of the present Rawal gleam dully in sunlight even today. To the left of the main haveli is the Durbar Hall, which was built about a hundred years ago. Again it is painted with ornate floral motifs and colored delicately with vegetable pigments, which still have a special glow of their own. Later in the day we visit the Samode Fort and Samode Bagh as well as explore the near by surroundings. A real visit to Samode cannot be considered complete without a musical evening of folk dances and songs. Rajasthani bards and musicians with their colorful dresses and unusual musical instruments provide one of the best evenings one can have in India. The instruments include one-stringed fiddles, country violins, bagpipes made out of goatskin, castanets, Jew's harps, and even a one stringed instrument made out of a dried gourd. The villagers sing with plaintive abandon under the faint light of the crystal stars. A musical evening can be arranged at a short notice at the Samode Palace. In the evening we enjoy a Gala welcome dinner with traditional Rajasthani dances.
Overnight: Hotel in Samode (B).

Day 06: Samode/Mandawa (Drive 154/04 Hrs):
Today we leave for Mandawa, an excellent base for exploring the region. It was settled in the 18th century and fulfilled by the dominant merchant families. Mandawa one of the finest of the small towns in the Shekhawati region has royal castle and innumerable Havelis where the painted facades offer a great variety of surprises. On arrival in Mandawa we check in our Heritage Hotel "Castle Mandawa". Castle Mandawa built in 1755, and approached through two gateways mounted with cannons. It is now converted into a Heritage Hotel where dinner is served in the back lawns accompanied by an enchanting fire dance. The castle has a restaurant, and 57 rooms in a variety that ranges from a medley of suites to rooms - not one of them ordinary. Later in the noon we tour Mandawa, famously known as "The Open Air Art Gallery of Rajasthan" Mandawa is famous for the plethora of plain red havelis, and this rich artistic region known as Shekhawati. Mandawa is an excellent base for those seeking to discover what is known as Havelis at Shekhawati built by rich merchants of the region, display a unique architectural style that evolved around the courtyards to ensure safety and privacy of the women folk and protection from the heat of the long and harsh summers. The havelis, painted predominantly in blue, maroon, yellow green and indigo have beautiful wall paintings that adorn there walls. In the evening we enjoy dinner at the lawn of Castle Mandawa.
Overnight: Hotel in Castle Mandawa (B).

Day 07: Mandawa / Bikaner: (Drive 164km/ 04hrs):
Today we proceed to Bikaner, city is bolstered by imposing walls and has a 16th century fort housing old palaces, temples and a mosque. Founded by Rao Bika, the fort is distinguished by its long range of 37 pavilions, a line of balconies and windows of varying designs. An enormous arched doorway leads to the Jaramal Temple. The royal chapel is Har Mandir where royal weddings and births were once celebrated. This sprawling desert town has a fort with some of the finest interiors in India, and a bustling old walled city encompassing darkred sandstone havelis and exquisitely painted Jain temples. The area is famous for the intricate rich gold painting work by Muslim Usta artisans. On arrival in Bikaner we check in our hotel. Later we take an excursion tour to Sam Dunes. Rest of the day is free for relaxation. In the evening we enjoy dinner with dance performance by the local artists.
Overnight: Hotel in Bikaner (B).

Day 08: Bikaner:
Our morning starts with Junagadh fort, constructed between 1588 and 1593 by Raja Rai Singh-A general in the army of the Mughal emperor, Akbar. Then Lalgarh palace, this red stone palace was built by Maharaja Ganga Singh (1881-1942) in memory of his father Maharaja Lal Singh. It is an imposing building, with overhanging balconies and delicate latticework. Rest of the day is free for relaxation.
Overnight: Hotel in Bikaner (B).

Jaisalmer Travel Day 09: Bikaner/Jaisalmer: (Drive 333km/8Hrs):
After early breakfast we proceed to Jaisalmer en-route visiting the Gajner Palace Situated on the embankment of a lake, approximately 30 kms from the city of Bikaner, Gajner Palace is spread over 6000 acres. The former Maharajas used the Palace as a hunting resort during the days of British rule. Governor General Lord Elgin, Viceroy of India Lord Mount batten, Prince of Wales (1905) and Lord Erwin (1927) are some of the British dignitaries who have visited the palace for shoots. The Palace has a private wildlife sanctuary, which is Home to endangered antelopes (like the chinkara, black buck and neelgai) and other animals. From here we continue our journey to Jaisalmer, An architectural dream in the lonely yellow silence of the desert. What could have induced Jaisal, a Bhatti prince, to settle right in the heart of a desolate desert, that too in the 12th century. In the narrow, cobbled alleys of Jaisalmer - no wider than a stretched arm - cluster the havelis or the mansions of the rich, with stone carving and latticed work of breathtaking intricacy. Patwan ki haveli, Nathmalji ki haveli and Salimn ki haveli are some of the beautiful mansions. The fort build on the highest point of Tricutta hill is entered through the Suraj Pol or Sun Gate. Jaisalmer' s strategic position on the camel train routes between India and Central Asia bought it great wealth. The merchants and townspeople built magnificent houses and mansions, all exquisitely carved from wood and golden sandstone. Jaisalmer looks as if it has grown out of the desert. On arrival in Jaisalmer we check in our Hotel. Evening is free for relaxation.
Overnight: Hotel in Jaisalmer (B).

Day 10: Jaisalmer:
After breakfast we leave for city tour of Jaisalmer visiting the fort built by Maharawal (Maharaja) Jaisal in 1156 AD- One of the 2nd oldest in Rajasthan situated on triangular Mound 76 meters above ground level. Like a giant sandcastle, the golden fort thrusts skywards out of the surrounding barren landscape. Dubbed the "Golden City" because of its honey color, it is the place that should exist only in the imagination. For years Jaisalmer remained untouched by the outside influences. The rise of shipping trade and the port of Mumbai saw the decline of Jaisalmer. But the desert fortress, that seems to be straight out of the 'Tales of the Arabian Nights' still enchants. The life within the citadel conjures up images of medieval majesty visible in its narrow lanes strewn with magnificent palace, havelis, temples and of course skilled artisans and ubiquitous camels. The setting sun turning Jaisalmer into a beautiful golden brown is a spectacular sight. We also visit the Jain temple of the 11th century BC, Gadisar Tank - A scenic rainwater lake with numerous beautiful shrines around and a spectacular avian variety. The lake is an idyllic spot for outings. Folk Museum, Patwan ki Haveli The most elaborate and magnificent of all the Jaisalmer havelis. It has exquisitely carved pillars and extensive corridors and chambers. One of the apartments of this five storey high haveli is painted with beautiful murals, Badal Vilas Palace. Rest of the day is free for relaxation.
Overnight: Hotel in Jaisalmer (B).

Day 11: Jaisalmer:
Today we take an excursion tour of SAM and SAND DUNES. Village SAM 45 kms west of Jaisalmer has a cluster of Sand dunes. These dunes are large extents of shifting sands, the wind heaps the sand into hills or deep hollow scopes vary in size from 3 to 15 km. Adventure freaks can go out on a Camel Safari - getting the real feel of the desert on the camel back. Enjoy the sun set with changing colors in desert.
Overnight: Hotel in Jaisalmer (B).

Jaisalmer Travel Day 12: Jaisalmer / Jodhpur (Drive 298km / 8Hrs):
After an early breakfast we proceed to Jodhpur, with its impressive Fort, Royal Palaces and temples, is one of Rajasthan's important cities. Jodhpur is one of the most important cities, lying on the edge of the Thar Desert in western Rajasthan. This region earlier known as Marwar also has Bikaner and Jaisalmer as a part of the Desert Triangle. Rao Jodhaji - Chief of Rathore clan of Rajputs, founded the fortified city of Jodhpur in 1459. On arrival in Jodhpur we check in our hotel. Rest of the day is free to explore the city of Jodhpur on your own.
Overnight: Hotel in Jodhpur (B).

Day 13: Jodhpur:
Today after breakfast we tour Jodhpur. The Blue city, a crazed cubist mass of indigo angles, spreads along the edge of the Great Thar Desert. The old city of Jodhpur is a tangle of winding, glittering streets, scented by incense, roses and sewers, with shops selling everything from trumpets to temple decorations, from snuff to saris. In a vital trade route, the city was built on the profits of opium, sandalwood, dates and copper. Rao Jodha's descendants ruled other princely states as well as Jodhpur. Dominating the city is a massive fortress, safeguarding the Royal palaces with their collections of arms and priceless jewels, the Mehrangarh Fort. We also visit the exquisite Jaswant Thada - A milky white marble memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II and the Mandore Gardens. Mehrangarh fort built in 1459 A.D by Rao Jadha raises steeply from a rocky scrap winds Upto the massive gateway with immense portals and enters through the Gate of victory - Jai Pole and Loha Pole Marked with palm prints of 'Sati' (Rajput Ladies immolated themselves on funeral fire of their Husband). We also visit Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, and Rang Mahal with arched windows, chiseled and stone lattice work and exuberance of painted walls and ceiling with miniature paintings, inlay work and mirrors. Next we visit Jaswant Thada: Richly carved white marble cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II which preserves the genealogy of the rulers of Jodhpur along with their life size portraits. Rest of the day is free to relax.
Overnight: Hotel in Jodhpur (B).

Day 14: Jodhpur/Mount Abu (Drive 223Km/6Hrs):
Famous not only for its exquisitely carved Dilwara Temples but also as the only hill resort of Rajasthan. It has a picturesque island studded with an artificial lake Nakki Lake and fantastically shaped granite rocks strewn about the valley. At 1200 metres, Mount Abu is the highest point of the Aravalli range passing through Rajasthan. The only Hill resort of Rajasthan. According to a legend, the place derives its name from Arbuda, a serpent who descended to the spot to rescue Shiva's Bull, Nandi. Visit Dilwara Jain Temples - Which were built between the 11th and the 13th centuries. Built in 1031 A.d., Vimal Vashi is the oldest of the temples and is in white marble. Timings in all the temples 12 noons to 6 P.M, for non-Jains. Photography not allowed.

Day 15: Mount Abu:
Day is free for relaxation.

Day 16: Mount Abu/Udaipur (Drive 278Km/7Hrs):
After Breakfast we leave for Udaipur If Jaipur is a city in pink then Udaipur is a vision in white. The City of Dawn, surrounded by the ancient Aravali Mountains and set on the edge of three lakes, is a brilliant kaleidoscope of narrow lanes flanked by bright stalls, gardens, lakes, palaces and temples. On arrival in Udaipur we check in our hotel. Rest of the day is free to relax and to explore the city of Udaipur on your own.
Overnight: Hotel in Udaipur (B).

Day 17: Udaipur:
Today we tour Udaipur, Our visit includes the City Palace, Within the City Palace are several architectural and artistic highlights such as the Mor Chowk, known for its stunning peacock mosaics and the Bhim Vilas Palace with its series of lovely wall paintings. Saheliyon Ke Bari or the Garden of Maids and the folklore museum where you can see a presentation of the string puppet show typical to this area. In the evening we take a boat cruise at lake Pichola. We also visit Jag Mandir, the other island palace with a marble dome, is a marvel in red sandstone. It was a refuge for the Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan when he was in exile following a quarrel with his father, Emperor Jehangir.
Overnight: Hotel in Udaipur (B).

City Palace UdaipurDay 18: Udaipur:
EXCURSION TO EKLINGJI & NATHDWARA · Full day excursion to Eklingji (22 kms) & Nathdwara (48 kms). Eklingji is located about twelve miles to the North of Udaipur in Rajasthan. Eklingji (Lord Shiva) whose temple is located here is said to be the guardian deity of Mewar. The temple occupies an area of about 2500 sq. feet and is about 65 feet in height. The temple area is a well fortified and a strong wall runs around it. The main entrance to the temple on the Western side welcomes visitors into a big hall, resting on profusely carved pillars. In this hall, is a silver image of Nandi? There are two more Nandis in the temple; one made of black stone and the other of brass. The presiding deity, of Lord Shiva, was regarded as the virtual ruler, by the Maharajas of Mewar - who considered themselves to be regents (Dewans) under Eklingji. Ekligji (Kailashpuri) is a town situated in a beautiful valley that attracts multitudes of visitors throughout the year.
The existing structure is one built out of the ruins of the one previously destroyed. The architecture resembles that of the Jain temples of Gujarat. Shiva is worshipped here as a four faced black marble image, the four faces representing Bhrama facing west, Vishnu facing North, Maheshwar facing south and Surya (Sun) facing the east. The flat top of the composite idol is covered with a Yantra, a mystic symbolic drawing, standing for the ultimate reality. Here, Shiva is worshipped as the Ultimate Reality, the supreme power, and the wholesome one - Parabhrama.Shivratri is the most important religious event, when the image of the deity is bedecked with jewellery and elaborate pujas performed Later we visit Nathdwara Temples. Nathdwara is one of the prominent pilgrimage shrines of India. The name Nathdwara means 'Gate of the Lord'. The town is situated just 48 km north east of Udaipur in Rajasthan, on the banks of the Banas River. The Nathdwara Temple enshrines Shrinathji - an icon of Lord Krishna, which was originally enshrined at the Vraja Bhoomi at Mount Govardhana near Mathura. The icon was brought to Mewar, for the sake of protection during the period of Emperor Aurangazeb. However the chariot carrying the icon would not be moved any further; hence a temple was established here at Nathdwara with the permission of the Rana of Mewar.
Overnight at Udaipur.

Day 19: Udaipur:
EXCURSION TO THE HISTORIC CHITTAURGARH. Chittorgarh is famous for fort, a massive, magnificent russet-colored construction sprawling across the hills, epitomizes the whole romantic, doomed ideal of Rajput chivalry. Three times in its long history, a strong enemy sacked Chittor and, on each occasion, death came before dishonor as jauhar was declared in the face of impossible odd. Overnight: Hotel in Udaipur (B).

Day 20: Chittorgarh/Kota (Drive 335 Km/8 Hrs):
The town of Kota was once the part of the erstwhile Rajput kingdom of Bundi. It became a separate princely state in the 17th century. Apart from the several monuments that reflect the erstwhile glory of the town, Kota is also known for its palaces and gardens. It is located on the eastern bank of Chambal River and is drained by its tributaries. Kota is on a high sloping tableland forming a part of the Malwa Plateau. The Mokandarra hills run from southeast to northwest axis of the town. The city fort and palace, one of its main attractions, is located on the eastern banks of the Chambal River, near the Kota Barrage. This type of fort-palace complex is one of the largest to be found in the state of Rajasthan. The museum within the city palace is worth visiting, as it houses a good collection of artifacts. Kishore Sagar tank, built in 1346, located near the palace is an important tourist attraction. The little Jagmandir palace, built on a small island at the center of this tank by one of the local rulers in 1740, is another place to visit. Adjacent to the Kishore Sagar is the Brij Vilas Palace Museum, a small government museum. Other tourist spots in Kota include a number of gardens. The Chambal gardens and the Chhattar Bilas gardens are the main ones to be visited. Chhattar Bilas gardens has a number of royal cenotaphs.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 21: Kota/Sawai Madhopur (Drive 220Km/ 5Hrs):
Situated in Eastern Rajasthan, where the Aravali Hill ranges and the Vindhyan plateau meet, the Ranthambhore National Park was once the hunting preserve of the Maharajas of Jaipur. The rivers Chambal in the South and Banas in the North bound the Ranthambore National Park. Six man made lakes are the central focus of the park and many perennial streams criss-cross the entire park. The Ranthambore National Park has internal drainage and has no link up with any river system, even though two rivers bound the Park in it's north and south side.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 22: Sawai Madhopur/Fatehpur Sikri/Agra (Drive 290Km/ 7Hrs):
After breakfast we proceed to Agra en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri, Akbar's Capital where phantoms of ancient pomp and splendor fill a deserted city, silent witnesses to a vanished dream. The capital had to be abandoned by the emperor for lack of adequate water supply. The marble tomb of the Saint 'Salim Chisti' and the Bulland Durwaza, the highest gateway in the world, are some of the highlights of the place. Later we continue our countryside journey for Agra. On arrival in Agra, we check in hotel.
Overnight: Hotel in Agra (B).

Agra Taj MahalDay 23: Agra:
In the early morning we visit world famous monument TAJ MAHAL best described as 'poetry in marble' because of its beauty, grace and exquisite workmanship, built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan in 1630 as a memorial to his beloved queen Mumtaj Mahal. Surely it is the greatest monument of love, and truly one of the wonders of the world. Later we come back our hotel for breakfast. After breakfast we visit Agra Fort, built by Emperor Akbar. Everybody Know very well that Agra is also famous for marble stone so in the evening we visit marble factory.
Overnight: Hotel in Agra (B).

Day 24: Agra/Delhi (Drive203km/5 Hrs):
On arrival in Delhi we check in our Hotel. Day is free for relaxation.

Day 25: Back Home





Cultural Tours : Aromas of East || Taj at Full moon || The Grand Palace Tour || Glimpses of South India || A Study Tours of the Indian Cuisines || Spirit of India || Historical Gujarat || Northern Raj || Southern Raj || Golden Triangle || Himalayan Sancturies || Treasures of South India || India Southern Spices ||
Classical India Tour || India from North to West || India from North to East || Best of Kerala || Exotic India & Nepal || Forts & Palaces of Rajasthan ||
Heart & Soul of India || Daily Departures Tours ||

Guaranteed Departure Tours : Best of North India || Best of South India || Discover India || Gems of Kerala || Incredible South India || Royal Rajasthan Tour || Splendors of North India Tour || Golden Triangle with Ranthambore Tour

Luxury Tour India : Royal India Tour || Exotic India Tour || Golden Triangle || Golden Triangle with Ranthambore || Glimpses of India || The Maharaja Tour || Himalayan Romance with Taj, Pink City & Lake City

Fixed Departure Tours : New Year at Taj Mahal || Pushkar Fair

Himalayan Panorama : Golden Temple & Kashmir || Bestway Himalayan Adventure || Drive through Buddhist Kingdom || The Holy Mount, Kailash Mansarover Yatra || Mountain Bike Tour

Beach Holidays : Majestic India with Goa || Sun & Sand of East India || Andamans - A Dream Destination || Goa Beach Tours India

Ayurveda,Spa & Yoga Holidays : Ayurveda at its best || Rejuvination India || Yoga in Rishikesh || South India Temples Tours

India by Rail : Palace on Wheels || Royal Rajasthan on Wheels || The Indian Maharaja || The Golden Chariot || Splendours of The South

Kerala Tours: Best of Kerala || Glimpses of South India || Indian Southern Spices

Special Interest Tours : Made for Each Other || The Culinary Art of India || The Best of Tandoori Delights || Dances of India || Project Tiger

Pushkar Mela : Jewels of India & Nepal with Pushkar

Spiritual Tours : Sai Baba of Puttaparthy || Sai Baba of Shirdi || Sri Aurbindo Ashram || The Great Temple Tour || Buddha Tour

Sikkim & Bhutan Tours :
Bestway Himalayan Adventure Tour || Best of Sikkim & Bhutan Tour

North East India Tour : Best of Arunachal Pradesh || Enchanting Nagaland

Trekking in Himalayas : Gangtey Gagona Trek || Bhumtang Cultural Trek || Sources of Ganges Trek || Outer Nanda Devi Sanctuary || Delhi - Delhi Tour || Everest Area || Annapurana Sanctuary || Manang Muktinath Jomsom

Asian Panorama : The Trails of Moghuls || Fascinating Myanmar || Highlights Vietnam || Tour to Mauritius || Tour to Thailand, Laos, Vietnam & Cambodia || Overland Singapore || Splendors of China

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Short Tours : Bestway Golden Triangle|| Delhi-Agra-Jaipur-Udaipur-Bombay || Delh-Agra-Khajuraho-Varanasi-Kathmandu || Delhi-Darjeeling-Gangtok-Kalimpong-Darjeeling-Delhi || Bombay-Mysore-Hassan-Banglore-Madurai-Trichy- Madras || Colombo-Annuradhapur-Polonnaruwa-Sigirya Kandy-Trivandrum-Bombay|| Kathmandu-Chitwan Wild life National park || Ladakh - The Little Tibet || Bombay-Goa || Bhubaneshwar-Puri|| Tibet - Overland || The Great Moghuls || Classical South India Tour


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