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North India TourDay 01: Arrival DELHI
Arrive Delhi at 02.30hrsAM. Welcome in the airport, Meet-assist at International airport with our office representative and transfer to your respective Hotel. After short rest,
City Sightseeing of Delhi – New Delhi-Laxmi Narayan Temple:
Commonly known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple is a famous Hindu temple,constructed inthe year 1938 by Raja BaldevDas Birla and it was inaugurated by Mahatama Gandhi.Located in the heart ofDelhi the shrine is dedicated to GodessLakshmi and Lord Vishnu. People of allreligion and faiths can worship in the templebut one can enter the temple only bare foot.The temple incorporates numerous images and idols depicting several gods and goddess of Indian mythology.
India Gate:
The 42m high stone “Arch of Triumph”, erected in the memory of Indian soldiers who died in the First World War. This solemn monument was built in memory of the 90,000 Indian soldiers who died in World War I. It was built in 1931, designed by Lutyens, and was originally called the All India War Memorial. The names of the soldiers are inscribed on the walls of the arc of the gate. Later in 1971, an eternal flame was lit here in memory of the unknown soldiers who died in the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war.
Qutab Minar:
The building complex dates back to the onset of Muslim rule in India and are fine examples of Afghan architecture. The highest stone tower in India, the Qutub Minar was built by Qutbuddin Aibak, the viceroy of Mohammed Ghori in 1192. The Minar is a five-storey building with a height of 72.5 metres. The first storey of the Qutb Minar was completed in the lifetime of Qutbuddin. His son-in-law and successor, Iltumush, added the next three storeys. Rashtrapati Bhavan:
The official residence of the president of India stands at the opposite end of the Rajpath from India Gate.Completed in 1929, the palace-like building is an interesting blend of Mughal and Western architectural styles, the most obvious Indian feature being the huge copper dome.
The Rajpath [ Kingsway] is another focus of Lutyens’ New Delhi. It is immensely broad and is flanked on either side by ornamental ponds. The Republic Day parade is held here every 26 January, and millions gather to enjoy the spectacle.
Secretariat Building:
The north and south Secretariat building are on either side of Rajpath on Raisina Hill. These imposing building, topped with chhatris [small domes], now house the ministries of finance and external affairs respectively.
Jantar Mantar:
Only a short stroll down Sansad Marg from Connaught Place, this strange collection of salmon-coloured structures is one of Maharaja Jai Singh II’s observatories.

Day 02: DELHI – JAIPUR [ Approx. 240 kms – 5 hours]
Leave by surface to Jaipur onway visit Amber Fort. Excursion to Amber Fort and optional and Joy Elephant ride. Amber Fort: Situated about 11 km out of Jaipur on the Delhi to Jaipur road, Amber was once the ancient capital of Jaipur state. Construction of the fortress palace was begun in 1952 by Raja Man Singh, the Rajput commander of Akbar’s army. It was later extended and completed by the Jai singhs before the move to Jaipur on the plains below. Arrive Jaipur & transfer to Hotel.
City tour of Jaipur. City Palace:
The palace is a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. A part of palace has been converted into museum. It has an impressive collection of arts, carpets, enamelware and weapons. In the heart of the old city, the City Palace occupies a large area divided into a series of courtyards, gardens and buildings. The outer wall was built by Jai Singh but other additions are much more recent. The seven storey Chandra Mahal is the center of the palace and commands fine views over the gardens and the city. Form the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum. The apartments are maintained in luxurious order and the museum has an extensive collection of art, carpets, enamelware and old weapons.
Jantar Mantar:
Raja Jai Singh built this observatory, begun by Jai Singh in 1728. Jai Singh passion for astronomy was even more notable than his prowes as a warrior and before commenceing construction, he sent scholars abroad to study foreign observatiories. Out of the five observatories this is the largest and the best preserved.

Day 03: JAIPUR – AGRA [ Approx. 230 kms – 5 hours]
Leave by surface to Agra enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri. Arrive in Agra & transfer to Hotel. Drive to Agra enroute visit Fatehour Sikri.
Fatehpur Sikri:
Between 1570 and 1585, during the reign of Emperor Akbar, the capital of the Mughal Empire was situated here, 40 km west of Agra. Then as suddenly and dramatically as this new city had been built. It was abandoned, mainly due; it is thought, to difficulties with the water supply. Today it’s a perfectly preserved example of a Mughal city at the height of the empire’s splendour an attraction no visiter to Agra should miss. Arrive Agra & transfer to Hotel.

Day 04: Sightseeing of Agra including Taj Mahal City tour of Agra including Taj Mahal.
City tour of Agra including Taj Mahal. (Taj Mahal is closed on Friday) Taj Mahal:
It has been described as the most extravagant monument ever built for love, for the emperor was heart broken when Mumtaz, to whom he had been married for 17 years, died in 1631 in child birth, after producing 14 children.The most famous Mughal monument was constructed by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, chosen of the palace. Paths leading from the gate to the Taj are divided by a long watercourse in which the Taj is beautifully reflected. The ornamental gardens through which the paths lead are set out along the classical Mughal charbagh lines – a square quartered by watercourses. The Taj Mahal itself stands on a raised marble platform on the northern edge of the ornamental gardens.
While most people visit Agra to see the Taj Mahal, Agra, once the capital of all of India, has more to offer. Less than 2 kilometers from the Taj Mahal, on the same river bank, you'll find the impressive Agra Fort. Agra's history goes back more than 2500 years, but it wasn't until the reign of the Mughals that Agra became more than a provincial city. Humayun, son of the founder of the Mogul empire, was offered jewelry and precious stones by the family of the Raja of Gwalior, one of them the famous Koh-i-Noor. The heydays of Agra came with the reign of Humayun's son, Akbar the Great. During his reign, the main part of the Agra fort was built. Construction of the fort started in 1156 and was finished in 1605. Shah Jahan, who built the Taj Mahal, erected most of the buildings inside the fortress. The fort is built alongside the Yamuna River and stretches almost 2.5 km. It consists of a wall built in red sandstone and several buildings inside. The wall has 2 gates, the Delhi Gate and the Amar Singh Gate. You can only enter the fort via the Amar Singh Gate. Part of the fort is still in use by the Indian Army and is not accessible to the public, but there's still enough left to get an insight on the way the Mughals lived in the 16th century.
Evening overnight train to Varanasi departure at 21:15PM.

Day 05: Arrive Varanasi at 09:30AM.
Meet-assist at Railway Station & transfer to Hotel. After arrival sightseeing of Varanasi including visit Sarnath, Silk factory and marble factory.
Afternoon City tour of Varanasi including visit Sarnath. Sightseeing of Varanasi
It has been known as Kashi and Benaras, its present name is a restoration of the ancient name meaning the city between the two rivers – Varuna and Asi. The eternal city, isone of the most important pilgrimage sites in India. Situated on the banks of the sacred river Ganges, it has been a centre of learning and civilisation for over two thousand years. For pious hindus this city has always had a special place. Besides being a pilgrimage centre, it is considered auspicious to die here, ensuring an instant routing to heaven.
Durga Temple
is commonly known as the Monkey Temple, due to many monkeys having made it their home. It was built in the 18th century by a Bengali Maharani. It is built in north India Nagara style with a multi-tiered Shikhara. Tulsi Manas Temple: a modern marble shikhara style temple, built in 1964. The walls of the temple are engraved with verses and scenes from the hindi version of Ramayan. Benaras Hindu University, founded by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya as a centre of education in Indian for art, culture and music study of Sanskrit. Bharat Mata Temple dedicated to Mother India. This is not actually a temple; it has a marble relief map of India, instead of usual images of Gods and Goddesses.
Kashi Vishwanath Temple.
This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is popularly known as the golden Temple due the Gold plating done on its 15.5 meter high spire. One tonne of gold donated by Maharaja Ranjit Singh has been used in the gold plating of the spire. The temple was destroyed in the various invasions and was rebuilt in 1776 by Rani. Ahilyabai of Indore.
Excursion to Sarnath:
One of the major Budhist centres in India. Having achieved enlightenment in Bodhgaya, it was at Sarnath where Buddha came to preach his message of the middle way to final Nirvana. Later emperor Ashoka erected many magnificient stupas and other buildings here. Sarnath was at its peak when Chinese travellers Fa hian and Hiuen Tsang visited the site. The stupa is approx. 500 A D, it was probably rebuilt a number of times over earlier constructions. The geometrical and floral patterns on the stupa are typical of Gupta period. But the excavations into the stupa have revealed brickworks from the Maurya period around 200 B.C.

Day 06: VARANASI – LUMBINI [ Approx. 9 -10hrs]

Day 07: Lumbini Sightseeing and Drive to Pokhara via Tansen

Day 08: Moring Boat ride in Fewa lake and Drive Pokhara- Thulopiple and trek to Dhampus for 5hrs

Day 09: Trek Dhampus – Phedi for two hrs and drive to Pokhara

Day 10: Raft in Trisuli River and drive to Kathmandu
After breakfast, drive about 3 hours to Majimtar from Popkhara. The rafting commences from Majimtar for 2 hrs & ends at Kuringhat. Terminate the rafting & drive to Kathmandu three hrs. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to the hotel.

Day 11: Sightseeing In Kathmandu
After breakfast, We set to the first day sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley. This day you will see the following spots; the details are as described below:
One of the historical sites in the valley and the Malla Kingdom with visits to the Temple of Kasthamandap, the Kumari House and Durbar Square in front of the Old Palace Complex.
The oldest Stupa in the Valley dedicated to Adi Buddha. Both are UNESCO International Heritage Sites (A. M.) PATAN:
The Second Old Malla Kingdom in the valley, after Kathmandu, officially known as Lalitpur. Visits to Mahaboudha, Hiranyabarna Mahabihara and the Palace Square, listed as an International Heritage Site (P.M.)

Day 12: Sightseeing in Kathmandu
After breakfast, we set to the second day sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley. This day you will see the following spots; the details are as described below:
The holiest site of the Hindus in Nepal, the oldest temple of Lord Shiva believed to have been established in the 4th century B.C. Visit to the Cremation Grounds on the Western Ghat of the holy river, Bagmati.
The biggest Stupa in Nepal shown in the film LITTLE BUDDHA, built in the centre of a Mandala with Tantrik forms of Buddha in the niches at the base. It is believed to have been constructed by woman, who managed to acquire the land for the stupa by skillfully cutting the skin of an animal. It is one of the important places of pilgrimage to the Buddhists from Tibet and Ladakh. Both are UNESCO International Heritage Sites. (A.M)
One of the oldest Malla Kingdoms in the valley, 12 km east of Kathmandu. Visits to Dattatraya Complex dating back to 15th century which is the main religious complex with the famous Peacock Window and the temple guarded by giants. Walk to Nyatapola, the five roofed – Temple constructed by the King Bhupatindra Malla in the 17th Century and the Palace complex. Visit to the interior of the famous 55 –Window Palace. (P.M.)
Completing the sightseeing drive to air port for flight Kathmandu –Delhi.

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