Indian tourism refers to Delhi – Agra- Jaipur holidays as the Golden Triangle tour of India. The civilizing heritage and beauty of these North Indian cities are worth the visit. Though each city has a beauty and magnificence of its own, this combined trip creates a layer of chronicled significance.
Heritage: Delhi has always been the capital and heartbeat of India. Prior to the British rule, Delhi was the basic of the Mughal Empire for centuries. No wonder, the historical and cultural tradition of Indian independency furthermore Mughal Empire is well expanded above the city.
UNESCO World heritage sites in Delhi are Humayun’s Tomb; Qutab Minar and Red Fort. These Mughal constructions have innovative Mughal vernacular and design. Historical legends like these ancient rulers are still alive amidst these monuments. In addition, there are other popular landmarks such as Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar, Lodi Tomb, Purana Quila, India Gate and Parliament House. In addition to these spectacular structures, Delhi has a fascinating collection of shopping malls and markets, which are famous for international brands, wedding outfits, clothes and watches.
Beauty: Agra is the romantic city, known for Taj Mahal – symbol of love. Among the entire North Indian travel plan, this is the most popular and well-loved local attraction that has become part of the 7 wonders of the world. This is a tomb of the Mughal queen that still magma standing to express the undying unrequited of her King. The legends and stories are a spectacular and integral part of exploring the “Taj Mahal”.
There are few other historical monuments in Agra. But none are as popular as the “Taj Mahal”. Itmad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb and Agra Fort are important precursors and showcase beautiful Mughal designs and legendary stories. Local festivals, events and cuisines make the affair much more enjoyable for everyone.
Pride: Last, but not least, Jaipur is a very important part concerning the Golden Triangle tour. Without the touch of respect and pride that Rajasthan offers, this travel around Arctic India would be incomplete. The capital of Rajasthan is known as the Pink City. Maharanashad built several monuments in city such as Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar (observatory), Chief Museum, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Kanak Vrindavan (temple and garden), etc. Equal most about royal residences converted into luxury hotels, most travellers can enjoy a royal stay in Jaipur. Appetizing et cetera delicious Rajasthani cuisine, famous legends and enriching local ambiance allows travellers to visit the ancient era in style.