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Qutab Minar is the tallest brick minaret in the world. Qutab Minar is the tallest brick Minaret in the world, and an important example of – Islamic Architecture. According to the inscriptions on its surface it was repaired by Firoz Shah Tughlaq (1351–89) and Sikandar Lodi (1489–1517). The Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, located to the north of Qutb Minar, was built by Qutb al-Din Aibak in 1192. It is one of the earliest surviving mosques in the Indian subcontinent.

The Qutb Minar & its monuments are listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Qutb Minars is 73 meters high & you have to climb 399 steps to go to top. Which is closed now for safety reason.


 Lotus Temple: - The Lotus Temple, located in New Delhi, India, is a Bahá'í House of Worship completed in 1986. Situated atop the Kalkaji Hill. It is also known as "The Lotus Temple" due to its distinctive lotus shaped design in Marble. It was built in 1987 by the followers of Bahai faith. The temple signifies the purity and equality of all religions. (Monday Closed) Fort: Built by Shahjahan, the builder of Taj Mahal in Agra, The construction lasted from 1639 to 1648 (Monday Closed) Old Fort: Monday Only.

Huma Yun’s Tomb: Built by Huma Yun’s widow, Queen Haji Begum in the 16th century, it is supposed to be the prototype of the Taj Mahal at Agra.


Pass by tour – The following places can be seen from Car / Coach without stop. India Gate, Parliament House, Embassies Area, Feroz Shah Kotla, Indira Gandhi Stadium, Purana Qila etc.

Agra City tour

 Taj mahal :-Described as the most extravagant monument ever built for love, it was constructed by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his queen Mumtaz Mahal, made out of white marble took 22 years to complete (1630-1652 AD). Ustad Ahamad Lahori, a Persian Architect, is said to be the main designer and planner for this magnificent memorial. On full moon nights, the glory of the Taj is at its best. Over the centuries, the Taj has attracted more visitors than perhaps any other Monuments in the country, and it is all too easy resort to conventional superlatives when describing it. What makes the Taj Unique is its perfect proportions, distinct femininity, medium of construction and ornamentation. Its marble exterior reflects rose and golden tints at sunrise and sunset, while it is dazzling white during the day and glows pearl-like in the moonlight and during the monsoon. Standing on a high plinth, the Taj Mahal is visible for miles around and forms a backdrop to mustard fields and mud-walled villages. It can be seen from guestrooms at some of Agra's hotels, as well as from the landscaped gardens to the west of the complex. (Friday Closed)

Itmad-ud-daulah's tomb :- tomb belongs to the father of Nur Jahan, Ghias-ud-Din Beg. He was the Wajir or the Chief Minister of Emperor Jehangir. This white marble tomb was built by Nur Jahan between 1622 and 1628. The tomb may not be as mammoth as the Taj but the inlay designs and carvings are no less than Taj if not more. The delicate marble latticework in the passages allows the light to enter the interiors. A similar tomb was built by Nur Jahan for Jahangir in Lahore. This tomb was the first complete marble Moghul structure.


Agra Fort:-Construction of the massive red sandstone Agra Fort on the bank of the Yamuna River was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1565, though additions were made up until the rule of his grandson, Shah Jahan. In Akbar's time the fort was principally a military structure, but during Shah Jahan reign it had partially become Palace. It is an imposing structure with walls of red sandstone almost three kilometers long. Entered through the Amar Singh Gate, the eastern part of the fort contains palace, audience hall and mosques built by three emperors.The fort presents a good sampling of their favored architectural styles. Akbar drew on Islamic and Hindu traditions and the result is eclectic. By Shah Jahan's time the style had become so homogenized that it is impossible to separate the Hindu and Muslim strands. The Diwan-i-Am (public audience hall), the beautiful Diwan-i-Khas (private audience hall) and the magnificent Moti Masjid (Pearl Mosque) were also added by Shah Jahan.
Jahangir mahal:-The biggest private residence in the Fort is the Jahangir Mahal, the Palace of Emperor Jahangir. It is an excellent blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture. The palace has a hall which is called Jodhabai's dressing Room. Jodhabai was Jahangir's Hindu mother. Its design and layout is essentially Hindu. Later the palace was used by Jahangir's Dressing Room. Jodhabai was Jahangir's Hindu mother. Its design and layout is essentially Hindu. Later the palace was used by Jahangir's queen Noorjahan, the Light of the World. Jahangir was very fond of wine as well as his queen whom he adored even more. The love of wine interfered in the day do day running of the Government. To help him out in administering imperial justice, Noorjahan sat with her husband to advise him in taking decisions. She was an iron lady and never tolerated opposition. Those who came in her way ended mysteriously in the Yamuna River.

 Chishti’s tomb :- Gateway buildings lead to the Friday mosque or the Jami Masjid. It is believed to be a copy of the main mosque at Mecca. Nearby is the small white marble tomb of Sheikh Salim Chishti. It is ornamented with latticed screens and serpentine brackets. Shahjahan added exequiatie pieta dura work later as a mark of respect for the saint. The tomb was built over the exact spot where the holy man sat in meditation during his lifetime. Even, today, childless couples to the tomb to seek the blessings of Sheikh Salim Chishti.                                                                                                                                                                            

Fathepur sikri :-​This magnificent fortified ghost city was the capital of the Mughal emperor Akbar between 1571 and 1585. The downfall of this once magnificent capital of the Mughals started with the rise of the Jats when Emperor Aurangazeb left this place never to return again. The credit for preserving the ancient monuments situated here goes to Lord Curzon. Since then, these protected monuments and the environs of the city have been well maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. The city is rectangular in shape with nine huge gates - Delhi Darwaza, Lal Darwaza, Agra Gate, Suraj and Chandra Darwaza, Thera Gate and Ajmeri Darwaza.

The buland darwaja:- The Buland Darwaja or the gate of victory was built by Akbar in 1601 in commemoration of his victory over Khandesh and Ahmednagar in Southern India.Marble and sandstone have been freely used in the construction of this structure. Various other buildings situated here are all worth a visit not only for their historical importance, but also for the fine architectural work of the Mughal period.

Palace of jodha bai :- North-east of the mosque is the ticket office and entrance to the old city. The first building inside the gate is a palace, commonly but wrongly ascribed to Jodha Bai, Jehangir's Hindu mother and daughter of the maharaja of Amber. The architecture is a blend of style with Hindu columns and Muslim cupolas. The Hawa Mahal (Palace of winds) is a projecting room whose walls are made entirely of stone lattice work.

Panch Mahal :- A five stored structure is an architectural marvel. It was Akbar's personal citadel for pleasure and relaxation. Each store is pillared and is smaller than the other. The buildings resemble a Buddhist temple. It tapers from the ground floor with 84 columns to its domed top supported by only four columns.





Jaipur  - The Pink city sight seeing

HAWA MAHAL - 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 over hanging latticed balconies is a fine piece of Rajput architecture. Originally designed for the royal ladies to watch and enjoy the processions and other activities, on the street below. Now it houses a well laid out museum. The display Jaipur past and present is the special feature of this newly setup museum. Timing 9.00 AM - 4.30 PM,

JANTAR MANTAR (Observatory) - built in 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 provide accurate time, which are subject to daily corrections. Timing 9.00 to 16.30 hrs.

CENTRAL 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. Timing 10.00 to 16.30 hrs,

CITY PALACE AND S.M.S. II MUSEUM - 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. Diwan-E-Am (Hall of public audience) has intricate decorations and collection of manuscripts, Diwan-E-Khas (Hall of private audience) has a marble pawed gallery Mubarak Mahal has a rich collection of costumes and textiles. There is a Clock Tower near Mubarak Mahal. Sileh Khana has a collection of armory and weapons. Timing 9.30 A.M.- 5.00 P.M. E

JALMAHAL - (6 kms) on the way to Amer, this small palace is set in the middle of Man Sagar  Lake.

GAITOR - (6 kms) At the foot hill of Nahargarh stands the memorials to the former rulers of Jaipur the place has some gracefully carved cenotaphs in white marble.

JAIGARH FORT - (15 kms.) standing on a hilltop, overlooking the palaces and city of Amer. The world biggest cannon on wheels- the Jai Ban is positioned here, built during reign of Maharaja Sawai Jaisingh. It has a twenty feet long barrel and pumped in the cannon for a single shot. Timing 9.00 to 16.30 hrs

NAHARGARH FORT - (15 kms.) cresting a hill about 600 ft. above the city, the fort was built in 1734. The walls of the fort run along the ridge and within are architectural beauties like Hawa Mandir and Madhvendra Bhawan. Timing 10.00 to 16.00 hrs

4 nights and 5 days Golden triangle tour to Delhi – Agra and Jaipur

Day 1: Delhi

If you’re in Delhi or on your way, a friendly driver will pick you up from your hotel or from the airport/ Railway Station. A representative will meet you just outside the arrivals terminal, Transfer to hotel by air-conditioned comfortable car / Coach according to group size. Check in and enjoy the day at your leisure, relaxing or exploring the city, before your trip begins the next day. Overnight stay at Hotel in Delhi

Day 2: Delhi—Agra

After a breakfast meeting your guide for a private tour of Old and New Delhi. Visit Qutb Minar, Lotus Temple, Huma Yun’s Tomb, and the famous Red Fort and make a stop at Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in all of Asia. Some 5,000 builders constructed this impressive religious structure designed by the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan, in the mid-1600s.  Once you’ve explored the mosque, after lunch, India Gate. This monument pays homage to fallen soldiers of World War I. Listen as your guide shares historical trivia and fascinating stories about this iconic landmark. Travel along Raj path (King’s Way) to Rashtrapati Bhava(President’s House), where you’ll see parliament, the Presidential residence and other government buildings.   Once you’ve finished your tour of Old and New Delhi, take a 4-hour drive to Agra in your private vehicle. Located about 130 miles (205 km) from Delhi, you’ll arrive in time to check in to your hotel and take a rest at night in The City of TAJ AGRA.

Day 3: Agra—Jaipur

Early morning, visit TAJ, India’s most famed and iconic structure—the Taj Mahal—and listen in as your guide explains the love between Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his third wife Mumtaz Mahal that gave birth to this stunning building.  Gain a deeper understanding of how it took more than 20 years and some 20,000 men to construct this white marble mausoleum. Listen as your guide tells stories of a fleet of 1,000 elephants carrying marble from distant rock quarries to construct this wonder. Examine the exquisite marble inlay and spend ample time admiring this structure that blends Turkish, Persian and Indian styles of architecture seamlessly. 

After breakfast, check out & leave for Agra Fort. This outstanding architectural example of the Mughal Empire dates back to 1080 AD. Walls, gates and buildings on the 94-acre landscape were erected by Emperor Akbar the Great on the shore of the Yamuna River. Tour the impressive quarters added by Shah Jahan, as well as the exterior ramparts built by Aurangzeb.  Once you’ve explored the grounds take a 6-hour journey to Jaipur in the mid-afternoon. Visit Fatehpur Sikri and wander the abandoned 16th century red sandstone city built by Emperor Akbar that once served as his capital’s palace. Your guide will point out key areas of interest as you walk the grounds, which were deserted 15 years after they were built. The magnificent city remains in pristine condition and its pavilions, mosques and palaces appear almost untouched. Continue on your drive to Jaipur where you’ll relax for the evening after checking in to your hotel in Jaipur.

Day 4 Jaipur

After breakfast at your luxury hotel before heading to Jaipur’s ancient capital of Amber. Stop at Hawa Mahal on your way for a photo op at one of the city’s most famous landmarks. This 5-storey palace made of pink sandstone has over 900 windows that ladies of the court used to use to keep watch on the streets below.  Upon arrival at Amber Fort you’ll climb atop an elephant dressed in traditional coverings for a ride to the peak of the towering hill. Look out over Maota Lake at the beautiful ruins that spread out over the Aravalli Range. (You may also travel by Jeep instead.) Stroll through the sprawling landscapes with your guide who will share stories about the former rule.  Experience the wonder of this 17th- century fort built by Raja Man Singh and notice how the architectural style blends Hindu and Mughal elements. Marvel at the colorful paintings and walls inlaid with precious stones and glittering mirrors. Then make a visit to the Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors) where their reflection of a tiny light causes the entire room to glow. Travel by Jeep to the foot of the hill and head out with your guide on a sightseeing tour of Jaipur. Venture to the City Palace, the seat of power once the Amber Fort fell, and check out the beautiful gardens, exquisite palaces, ornately carved doorways and beautiful archways. Wander the museum galleries where traditional armor, costumes and manuscripts are well displayed.  Head to Jantar Mantar by foot and learn from your guide about the significance of this astronomical observatory that was built by the Maharaja of Jaipur in the 1700s. Locals say this observatory still makes accurate predication to this day.  Enjoy wandering local markets and city streets before relaxing in your hotel for the evening. Overnight at Hotel

Day 5: Jaipur—Delhi

After breakfast, leave for Delhi for your next destination or return to home town from Indira Gandhi International Airport / New Delhi Railway station or request drop-off at your Delhi hotel of your choice.

We also arrange Car cum Train tour of Delhi – Agra and Jaipur on request of the guest with professional guide. 


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