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15 Days – Glimpses of Colorful India with Two Internal Flight (Delhi-Varanasi-Delhi)

PLACES COVERED  Delhi-Jaipur-Pushkar-Ranthambore-Agra-Varanasi-Delhi
 ACCOMMODATION  Luxury Accommodation
RETURN TIME Approximately 6:30 PM/Depends on onward Journey
WEAR Comfortable  clothing,
14Night with Bread & Breakfast
Boat Ride in Varanasi
Jeep/Elephant Ride in Jaipur
02 Sharing Jeep Safaris ‘Ranthambore National Park
Domestic Internal Flight (Delhi – Varanasi – Delhi)
2 Rickshaw Rides in Old Delhi & Varanasi
English Speaking tour guide each city
Entrance Tickets To monuments
Gratuity Recommended
Food and Beverages not mentioned in Itenary


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DAY - 01 : Arrive Delhi

On arrival at Delhi airport meet and greet by our representative later transfer to your hotel. Stay overnight at Hotel.


DAY - 02: Old Delhi City Tour with Rickshaw Ride

After breakfast Sightseeing tour of Old Delhi By experiencing the Delhi Metro train

Start By visiting the

Jama Masjid:-Jama Masjid is another marvelous treasure of the Old City, and is the largest mosque in India. Its courtyard can hold an incredible 25,000 devotees. The mosque took 13 years to build, and was completed in 1650.

ChandniChowk:-The ChandniChowk (Moonlight Square) is one of the oldest and busiest markets in Old Delhi, India. ChandniChowk is located close to Old Delhi Railway Station. The Red Fort monument is located within the market.

Spice Market:- A bit west of Chandni Market you will find yourself on KhariBaoli Road in the heart of Asia’s largest wholesale spice market. Here we found hundreds of shops dealing in refined, local and exotic spices. This large market area is rich in color and photographic opportunities and is well worth seeking out.

Before heading to Red fort we will stop for lunch after lunch we will visit

Red Fort: Delhi’s most famous monument, the Red Fort, stands as a powerful reminder of the Mughal emperors who ruled India. Its walls, which stretch for over two kilometers (1.2 miles), were built in 1638 to keep out invaders.

Later back to Hotel with Delhi Metro Train

Stay overnight at Hotel in Delhi.


DAY - 03 : Delhi / Jaipur – 268 km/5.5 hrs Drive

After breakfast proceeds to Jaipur. We will have First coffee Break for 15-20 min after crossing Delhi.

After Reaching Jaipur we will have lunch and then start a sightseeing tour of a few places of Jaipur visit:-

City Palace:-situated in the heart of the old City, it occupies about one seventh of the old city area. The palace is a blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, it houses a Seven storeyed Chandra Mahal in the centre, which affords a fine view of the gardens and the city.

Jantar Mantar:-built in the 18th century by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the huge masonry instruments were used to study the movement of constellations and stars in the sky. Enormous sun-dial still provides accurate time, which is subject to daily corrections.

Albert Hall Museum:- situated in the Ram Niwas Garden. This graceful building was founded in 1876 by Prince Albert (also known as Albert Hall). It has a rare collection of archaeological and handicraft pieces.

Later back to Hotel, Stay overnight at Hotel in Jaipur.


DAY - 04 : Jaipur Tour

Early morning after breakfast proceed to sightseeing tour of Jaipur, Direct sunlight on the HawaMahal is most amazing sights to see from outside and will stop there for the photo shoot

HawaMahal:-built in 1799, by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, is the most recognizable monument of Jaipur. The 5 storied stunning semi-octagonal monument having 152 windows with overhanging latticed balconies is a fine piece of Rajput architecture.

Later drive to Amer Fort there experience the Jeep Ride/Elephant ride from the old town to reach the Courtyard of Amer Fort, Back days king army used the same route !!!

Amer Fort:-The old capital of the Kachhwahas stands atop a range of craggy hills. The fort is remarkable as much for the majestic grandeur of its surroundings as for its sturdy battlements and beautiful palaces. It is a fine blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture..

JalMahal:-On the way Back From Amber Fort, this small palace is set in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. Renovation around the lake is in progress.

After Sightseeing we will stop for lunch after visit most Unique Art of Jaipur which is Block printing.

Later back to Hotel, Stay overnight at hotel in Jaipur


DAY - 05 : Jaipur / Pushkar - 150 km/2hrs-45min drive

After breakfast proceed to Pushkar.On arrival check in Hotel. Later visit:-

Pushkar Market:-The Pushkar Bazaar offers a variety of items, especially during the annual Pushkar Fair. The items available here are Rajasthani costumes and puppets, embroidered fabrics, souvenirs, bangles and beads, decorative pieces and accessories, curios, embroidered shoes, brass utensils, glass lamps, bags, belts and many more handicraft items.


DAY - 06 : Pushkar

  • After breakfast go for the Camel Ride (02 Hours Round Trip)
  • Later proceed to sightseeing tour of Pushkar Visit:-

Brahama Temple:-The Brahma Temple is the lone Hindu temple in India where Lord Brahma, the Creator of the World is worshipped. This major attraction of Pushkar is situated on the banks of the Pushkar Lake and is considered to have a special position in the Hindu Pantheons.

Pushkar Lake:-Hindus from all across India consider Pushkar Lake to be one of the most sacred lakes of India. According to legend, the origin of this lake was the lotus flower petals that fell on earth from Lord Brahma’s hands. The lake is surrounded by 52 palaces, 400 temples and 52 bathings ‘ghats’, which are a series of steps leading to the lake.

Savitri Temple:-Situated on the peak of the Ratnagiri Hill, the Savitri Temple is dedicated to Savitri, Lord Brahma’s consort. It was built in 1687 and pilgrims need to trek up the hill in order to reach the shrine of the temple. The temple houses the statue of Goddess Savitri and offers good views of the surroundings, including the sand dunes of nearby villages and of the Pushkar Lake.

Later back to Hotel, Stay overnight at Hotel.


DAY - 07 : Pushkar / Ranthambore - 300km / 6hrs drive

After breakfast free to visit locally afternoon travel to Ranthambore. On arrival at Ranthambore check-in at the hotel.

Stay Overnight at Hotel.


DAY - 08: Ranthambore Jeep Safari Excursion

Early morning drive to the Ranthambore Jungle with the naturalist by the Sharing Jeep Safari to spot tigers and wildlife. The safari lasts for 3 hours.

Return to the hotel for breakfast Afternoon drive for 2nd Jungle safari to Ranthambore National Park with naturalist later return back to the hotel.

Stay overnight at the hotel.


DAY - 09: Ranthambore / Agra - 275km / 6hrs drive

After breakfast proceeds to Agra. En route visit:

Fatehpur Sikri:-Built by Akbar, the Mughal emperor in 1570, the city was a tribute to Sufi Saint. Fatehpur Sikri is a perfect blend of Indian, Islamic and Persian architecture and it was built using red sandstone. For around 10 years, the city remained the capital of the Mughal Empire.

Later proceed to Agra. On arrival check in at Hotel. Stay overnight Hotel.


DAY - 10 : Agra / Delhi

Early Morning Sunrise of TajMahal:

TajMahal:-You cannot think of Agra without thinking of TajMahal. Or, you might not have thought of Agra were it not for the monument of love. TajMahal, the white marble beauty was constructed by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, MumtazMahal. The monument stands proof for the brilliance of Mughal architecture.  (*TajMahal Closed on every Friday)

Later Back to Hotel for Breakfast, after 1-2 Hours we will check out and Visit

Agra Fort :-You would regret if you miss Agra Fort during your visit to Agra. The 16th century monument is yet another proof of the architectural brilliance of Mughals. This is situated near the gardens of the world famous TajMahal. Called the Red Fort of Agra, you will be awe inspired by the powerful fortress.

Itmad-ud-Daulah:- India’s first tomb to be made completely out of marble, Itmad-Ud-Daulah signals the beginning of a new era in Mughal architecture. Until then, it was buildings of red sandstone. It was constructed during Jahangir’s period.

Later drive to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi check-in to the hotel, Overnight stay hotel in Delhi.


DAY - 11 : Delhi / Varanasi (By Flight)

Morning after breakfast transfer to the Delhi airport to board the flight for Varanasi.

Upon arrival in Varanasi airport meet & greet with tour representative later transfer to the hotel in Varanasi.

(Afternoon start a sightseeing tour of Varanasi By Experiencing the Old Town With Rickshaw Ride and visit:

Annapoorna Devi Temple:-Annapurna or Annapoorna is the Hindu Goddess of nourishment. Anna means food and grains. Purna means full, complete and perfect. She is form of Parvati, the consort of Shiva. The most well-known temple dedicated to Goddess Annapurna is in Varanasi, U.P., India.

AssiGhat:-AsiGhat, the Ghat located at the confluence of Assi River and the holy Ganges, is the southernmost Ghat in Kashi. The Ghat is renowned for a spectacular and large Shiva Lingam placed under a Peepal Tree.

Bharat Mata Temple:-Bharat Mata Temple, a fairly new temple built in 1936 and located at Kashi Vidyapeeth Campus, is a shrine dedicated to Mother India. This temple was built by a Gandhian follower Babu Shiv Prasad Gupt and was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi.

DashaswamedhGhat:-DashaswamedhGhat, a much acclaimed religious spot, is a very favorite among the Hindu devotees and is considered as the main Ghat. It is believed that Lord Brahma performed his victorious Dasa_Ashwamedha (ten-horses) sacrifice in this spot.

Evening visit Ganges Aarti Ceremony:- Varanasi is a sacred and oldest city of the world located at the banks of the holy River Gange. Where Gange aarti is performed daily in the evening by a group of priests at the Dashashwamedhghat. Through the aarti, Agni Pooja is performed in which a commitment is made to Lord Shiva, Mata Gange,

Later drive back to the hotel, Stay overnight at hotel in Varanasi.


DAY - 12 Varanasi (Boat ride Sunrise on Ganges )& Buddhist Temple Sarnath excursion

  • Sunrise at the Ganges with Boat Ride, Later Back to Hotel for breakfast.
  • After breakfast relaxation at hotel afternoon visit to:

Banaras Hindu University: University formerly Central Hindu College, is a public central university located in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. It was established in 1916 by Madan Mohan Malaviya. With over 30,000 students residing on campus, it claims the title of the largest residential university in Asia.

Sarnath is the main place to visit while on tour around Varanasi. A much-sacred pilgrimage and tourist spot in the country. Sarnath is only 10 km away from Varanasi. It is one of the four most significant Buddhist pilgrimage places in India.

Sarnath Buddhist Temple:-There are a number of twentieth century Buddhist temples in Sarnath. Many of these Buddhist temples at Sarnath are built and maintained by monks from Tibet, China and Japan but the main Buddhist temple is the MulagandhakutiVihar.

Sarnath Museum:-Sarnath has yielded a rich collection of sculptures, artifacts and edifices comprising numerous Buddha and Bodhisattva images and other ancient remains. To house all the findings and excavations at Sarnath, the Archaeological Survey of India established a site Museum at Sarnath.

Pillars of Ashoka:-The pillars of Ashoka are a series of columns dispersed throughout the northern Indian subcontinent, erected or at least inscribed by the Mauryan king Ashoka during his reign in the 3rd century BCE.

Evening free visit Local Markets and Stay overnight at Hotel in Varanasi.


DAY - 13 : Varanasi-Delhi (by flight)

As per the flight departure time, you will be transferred to Airport for flight to Delhi. On arrival, Delhi Airport meets and greets our representative later transfer to Hotel.

Stay overnight at Hotel in Delhi


DAY - 14 : New Delhi Sightseeing

After breakfast start the sightseeing tour of New Delhi visit

Qutub Minar:-Qutab Minar, the tallest brick minaret in the world, is an incredible example of early Indo–Islamic architecture. It was built in 1206, but the reason remains a mystery. Some believe that it was made to signify victory and the beginning of Muslim rule in India, while others say it was used to call the faithful to prayer.

Humayun’s Tomb:-If you think Humayun’s Tomb looks a bit like the TajMahal in Agra, that’s because it was the inspiration for the Taj Mahal’s creation. The tomb was built in 1570 and houses the body of the second Mughal emperor, Humayun.

Lotus Temple:-The Bahai Temple is commonly referred to as the Lotus Temple, as it’s shaped like a lotus flower. It’s particularly pretty at night when it’s attractively lit up. Made out of white marble, the temple belongs to the Bahai Faith, which proclaims the unity of all people and religions.                                      (Temple is closed on every Monday)

India Gate:-The towering archway of India Gate at the center of New Delhi is a war memorial, built in memory of the Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the British Army in World War I. At night it glows warmly under floodlights, and the gardens that line its boulevard are a popular place to enjoy a warm summer’s evening.

Laxmi Narayan Temple:-Built in 1938 by the Industrialist G.D. Birla, it is one of the major temples in Delhi and is located near Connaught Place. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Laxmi and her consort Narayana.

Later back to Hotel for Farewell Dinner for all Group Members.

One company Memento with a group picture which will be given to each member of the Group.

Stay overnight at Hotel in Delhi.


DAY - 15 : Delhi Departure

In this Day transfer to Airport for flight to your onward destination.

PLan with One train Ride please click below

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Services are included in the price:-

  • A safe and comfortable air-conditioned Private Bus with driver, all inclusive. (Fuel for Bus, road and state taxes, toll fees, parking fees, Driver and driver’s food, and lodging).
  • The Bus will be with you from your arrival to departure with as many stops to sightseeing as you want.
  • A Driver with excellent skills and record, a good knowledge of the area you are visiting and sufficient English to communicate.
  • Airport Pick-up & Drop
  • Transfers and land transportation according to itinerary.
  • Accommodation Double or Twin rooms with Bed and Breakfast.
  • Sightseeing Tours in All Cities
  • Domestic Flight Ticket Delhi / Varanasi/Delhi
  • Boat ride in Varanasi
  • Jeep/Elephant Ride in Jaipur
  • 02 Sharing Jeep Safaris ‘Ranthambore National Park’ to spot the tigers “ morning & late afternoon”
  • 1 Farewell Dinner
  • 2 Rickshaw Rides in Old Delhi & Varanasi
  • Metro Tokens for the return trip of Old Delhi Tour
  • 1 Indian SIM Card for local use with 1 GB data every day
  • All Applicable Taxes inclusive GST
  • 1 Company Escort\
  • Local Registered English speaking tour guide in each city
  • Free visit to Jaipur’s famous block painting work shop
  • Maximum Group Size 22 pax
  • Free visit to TajMahal Inlay Marble (Work Shop)

Services are not included in the prices:-

  • Tips, laundry,
  • Monuments Entrance Ticket wherever applicable
  • Any meals (Lunch or Dinner which is not specified above)
  • Luggage handling and Beverages.
  • Personal Expenses

Accommodation Using

Delhi:-  (Hotel Crowne Plaza Rohini or similar)
Agra:-   (Hotel Crystal Sarovar Agra or similar)
Jaipur:- (Hotel Lemon Tree Premier or similar)
Varanasi:- (Hotel The Amaya or similar)
Pushkar:-  (Hotel Brahma Horizon or similar)
Ranthambore:- ( Regenta Resort Vanaya Mahal Ranthambhore or similar)

General Information:

  • Domestic flights are included as per above tour plan only
  • Tipping and gratuities are not included in the package and are at your own discretion (as a guide, approx. AUD 5-10 per person, per day as per the industry standard).
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Indian Culture: Traditions and Customs of India

India’s culture is among the world,s oldest; civilization in India began about 4,500 years ago. Many sources describe it as “Sa Prathama Sanskrati Vishvavara” — the first and the supreme culture in the world, according to the All World Gayatri Pariwar (AWGP) organization.

Western societies did not always see the culture of India very favorably, according to Christina De Rossi, an anthropologist at Barnet and Southgate College in London. Early anthropologists once considered culture as an evolutionary process, and ”every aspect of human development was seen as driven by evolution,” she told Live Science. “In this view, societies outside of Europe or North America, or societies that did not follow the European or Western way of life, were considered primitive and culturally inferior.  Essentially this included all the colonized countries and people, such as African countries, India, and the Far East.”.

However, Indians made significant advances in architecture (Taj Mahal), mathematics (the invention of zero) and medicine (Ayurveda). Today, India is a very diverse country, with more than 1.2 billion people, according to the CIA World Factbook, making it the second most populous nation after China. Different regions have their own distinct cultures. Language, religion, food and the arts are just some of the various aspects of Indian culture. Here is a brief overview of the culture of India.


India has 28 states and seven territories, according to the World Health Organization. There is no official language in India, according to a Gujarat High Court ruling in 2010. Many people living in India also write in Devanagari script. In fact, it is a misconception that the majority of people in India speak Hindi. Though many people speak Hindi in India, 59 percent of India residents speak something other than Hindi, according to The Times of India. Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil and Urdu are some other languages spoken in the country.


India is identified as the birthplace of Hinduism and Buddhism, the third and fourth largest religions. About 84 percent of the population identifies as Hindu, according to the “Handbook of Research on Development and Religion” Edited by Matthew Clarke (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013). There are many variations of Hinduism, and four predominant sects — Shaiva, Vaishnava, Shakteya and Smarta.

About 13 percent of Indians are Muslim, making it one of the largest Islamic nations in the world. Christians and Sikhs make up a small percentage of the population, and there are even fewer Buddhists and Jains, according to the “Handbook.”


When the Moghul Empire invaded during the sixteenth century, they left a significant mark on the Indian cuisine, according to Texas A&M University. Indian cuisine is also influenced by many other countries. It is known for its large assortment of dishes and its liberal use of herbs and spices. Cooking styles vary from region to region.

Wheat, Basmati rice and pulses with chana (Bengal gram) are important staples of the Indian diet. The food is rich with curries and spices, including ginger, coriander, cardamom, turmeric, dried hot peppers, and cinnamon, among others. Chutneys — thick condiments and spreads made from assorted fruits and vegetables such as tamarind and tomatoes and mint, cilantro and other herbs — are used generously in Indian cooking.

Many Hindus are vegetarians, but lamb and chicken are common in main dishes for non-vegetarians. The Guardian reports that between 20 percent and 40 percent of India’s population is vegetarian.

Much of Indian food is eaten with fingers or bread used as utensils. There is a wide array of breads served with meals, including naan, a leavened, oven-baked flatbread, and bhatoora, a fried, fluffy flatbread common in North India and eaten with chickpea curry.

Architecture and art

The most well-known example of Indian architecture is the Taj Mahal, built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to honor his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It combines elements from Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architectural styles. India also has many ancient temples.

India is well known for its film industry, which is often referred to as Bollywood. The country’s movie history began in 1896 when the Lumière brothers demonstrated the art of cinema in Mumbai, according to the Golden Globes. Today, the films are known for their elaborate singing and dancing.

Indian dance, music and theater traditions span back more than 2,000 years, according to Nilima Bhadbhade, author of “Contract Law in India” (Kluwer Law International, 2010). The major classical dance traditions — Bharata Natyam, Kathak, Odissi, Manipuri, Kuchipudi, Mohiniattam and Kathakali — draw on themes from mythology and literature and have rigid presentation rules.


Indian clothing is closely identified with the colorful silk saris worn by many of the country’s women. The traditional clothing for men is the dhoti, an unstitched piece of cloth that is tied around the waist and legs. Men also wear a kurta, a loose shirt that is worn about knee-length. For special occasions, men wear a sherwani, which is a long coat that is buttoned up to the collar and down to the knees. The Nehru jacket is a shorter version of a sherwani.

Customs and celebrations

The country celebrates Republic Day (Jan. 26), Independence Day (Aug. 15) and Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday (Oct. 2). Diwali is the largest and most important holiday to India, according to National Geographic. It is a five-day festival known as the festival of lights because of the lights lit during the celebration to symbolize the inner light that protects them from spiritual darkness. Holi, the festival of colors, also called the festival of love, is popular in the spring.


India is situated in Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, between Burma and Pakistan.
The climate in India varies from a tropical monsoon climate in the south to a temperate climate in the north. If you are thinking of Visiting Delhi (the capital of India) then best to visit it in October, November, February and March. That’s when the nights are cool and the days are filled with a little sunshine. May, June and July are very hot with temperatures over 45 degrees (113 Fahrenheit). It is a dry heat and is sometimes accompanied by dusty desert winds. Most of the rain falls between July and September but they are not the tropical rains you’ll experience in India’s coastal cities.

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