A journey Towards “The Land of Maharajas”


•Arrive at Jaipur and transfer to your hotel. The capital of Rajasthan Jaipur - popularly known as the “Pink City” as the Pink sandstone was used to construct the buildings in the old walled city. Jaipur (City of Victory) was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727. It is the only city in the world symbolising the nine divisions of the Universe through nine rectangular sectors sub-dividing it. The city was painted pink in 1853 in honour of the visit by Prince Albert.

•Proceed for Half day sightseeing of Jaipur.

•Among the highlights to be seen while touring Jaipur include the City Palace, which is an overwhelming complex of exquisite palaces, gardens and courtyards, decorative art and carved doorways.

•Walk to the adjacent Jantar Mantar or Astronomical Observatory made by the Maharaja of Jaipur, built in 1726 and is one of the five such astronomical wonders built by Sawai Jai Singh and makes accurate predictions even to this day.

•See the Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds, a major Rajput landmark built in 1799. This five?story building in the old city is a pink sandstone masterpiece with semi octagonal and delicately honeycombed windows. The monument was originally conceived to enable ladies of the royal household to watch the city’s everyday life and royal processions in absolute privacy.

•Overnight stay at the Hotel.



•After breakfast, Proceed for full day sightseeing of Jaipur.

  • Visiting Amer Fort located at a distance of 11 kilometres from Jaipur and was the old fort of the Kachhwaha clan of Amber. It used to be the capital, till it was moved to Jaipur. The fort is built with white marble and red sandstone and looks even more attractive because of the Maota Lake in the foreground. An elephant [Subject to availability/alternatively by jeep] will spare you the trouble of climbing up to the fortress.

•Continue past through the Jalmahal a photostop.

• Drive to Ram Niwas Gardens and architecturally impressive Albert Hall. Ram Niwas Bagh & Albert Hall Central Museum Built by Sawai Ram Singh II in the 1868 A.D, Ram Nivas Bagh is a lush sprawling garden with a zoo, an aviary, a greenhouse, a herbarium, a museum and sports ground in the premises. Albert Hall. This fine example of example of Indo Saracenic style of architecture, in the Ram Nivas Bagh was designed by Sir Swinton Jacob. The Hall is home to an exquisite collection of sculptures, paintings, objects d’art, natural history specimens, an Egyptian mummy and a beautiful Persian carpet.

•This is followed by a visit to Laxmi Narayan temple or Birla temple devoted to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi. Birla Mandir is considered as one of the finest temples in India. The 3 domes of the temple signify the 3 religions that originated in this country

•Overnight stay at the Hotel.



•Post breakfast, and after check-out, bid adieu to Jaipur as you will be driven to Jodhpur and En-route visiting Pushkar.

•Continue your drive to reach Pushkar. Arrive in Pushkar. Just 11 km. northeast of Ajmer is Pushkar, a small town sacred to the Hindus and now a tourist attraction for its annual camel fair, largest in the world.  Many legends have grown over the origin of Pushkar.  According to one of them, a lotus slipped out of Lord Brahma’s hands and fell on the earth.  Water gushed out of the spot where it fell.  Thus the lake of Pushkar was created in the Desert.   Pushkar is one of the traditional “once in a lifetime” places of pilgrimage.  Epics, religious texts, coins and inscriptions bear evidence to the sanctity of Pushkar.  Over the centuries it grew into a temple town, and today there are as many as 400 temples in Pushkar. The lake is bounded by 52 ghats built over the centuries by kings and nobles (Photography is prohibited on the ghats).On the first full moon after Diwali- called “Kartik Purnima” the annual cattle fair is held at Pushkar. This is by far the largest cattle fair of Rajasthan.

•Visit Brahma Temple & Pushkar Ghats. If you love shopping, you need to head to the amazing market road and sharafa bazaar in Pushkar and keep your bargaining skills ready. The colours here alone will leave you in awe and those who love photography will get tired clicking photos of the colourful bazaar and local people.  You will get an opportunity to buy the colourful sarees, sweets, handicrafts and much more. Head for food tasting at local but famous shops. Be prepared to fill your stomach with mouth-watering delights.  Get an in-depth understanding of local food culture and the things that influenced the development of these cuisines. You will taste more than five to seven mouth-watering and authentic delicacies of Pushkar depending on appetite.   Get an opportunity to explore the prominent religions of India while heading out on this heritage walk tour in Pushkar.  Start your tour from Pushkar Gurudwara (Sikh temple) and walk through the small lanes. Visit some of the famous temples and admire the architecture which has a blend of both  Rajput and Tamil architecture. Continue your tour and walk through the local markets as you witness the colourful traditional dresses ,turban makers, perfume and craftsmen. We also visit the famous Brahma Temple in Pushkar.

•Continue your drive to reach Jodhpur. Arrive in Jodhpur & transfer to your hotel. Jodhpur – The Blue City –An oasis in the arid Thar Desert. Representing this colourful city with shades of blue, Jodhpur has a history that is rich and a present that beckons strongly to the discerning tourist. Forts and palaces, temples and havelis, culture and tradition, spices and fabrics, colour and texture, Jodhpur has them all and in plenty. Situated in Western Rajasthan, Jodhpur has long attracted both the domestic and outside tourist. It not only offers tangibles, in terms of what you can see and buy but also fills one with a sense of history and the splendours of an era gone by.

•Visit the Mehrangarh Fort. This spectacular fort made from red sandstone stands on a perpendicular cliff above the skyline of Jodhpur. The foundations of this fort were laid in 1459; today it houses a museum with a fine collection of arms, costumes, paintings and even a collection of palanquins. 

•Drive to visit , Jaswant Thada, a marble cenotaph built to commemorate Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. The monument, in its entirety, is built out of intricately carved sheets of marble. These stones are extremely thin and polished so that they emit a warm glow when the sun's rays dance across their surface.

•Overnight at Hotel.


•Post breakfast, and after check-out, bid adieu to Jodhpur and En-Route visiting Ranakpur before being driven to Udaipur.

•Continue your drive to reach Ranakpur. Within 03 hours you will reach Ranakpur from Jodhpur. visit Ranakpur Jain temples. Nestled in a bowl, protected from the outside world, the temple complex is serene and peaceful and yes, strikingly beautiful. A lyrical expression in marble. Ranakpur - The largest Jain temple complex in India, dates to the 15th century. The main temple is dedicated to Adinath, the first Tirthankar. Intricate carvings detailed mythological figures, patterns and motifs on the walls, pillars and domes. There are 1444 ornately carved marble pillars in the complex and no two are alike. The beautiful lace-like interiors of the domes are a superb example of western Indian temple style. Surya temple and other Jain temples are side attractions. A place to visit, sit, relax and get some quiet time.

•Continue your drive to reach Udaipur.Arrive Udaipur and transfer to your hotel. Set on the shores of Lake Pichola and surrounded by hills, Udaipur grew in complete contrast to the harsh deserts of the rest of Rajasthan. As capital of the old Mewar State it was the only Rajput stronghold to uphold its Hindu allegiance in the face of Muslim invasion. This fairy – tale city, with its marble palaces and lakes surrounded by a ring of hills, was founded by Maharana Udai Singh in 1559. The city is dominated by massive City Palace, which overlooks Lake Pichola with its romantic island palaces. Picturesque havelis, ghats and temples line the lake front, with the lively bazaars of the old walled city stretching behind them.

•Proceed to visit the Maharana Pratap Smarak. Located on the top of Moti Margi or Pearl Hill, Maharana Pratap Memorial overlooks the stunning beauty of Lake Fateh Sagar. Also known as Pratap Smarak, Maharana Pratap Memorial is an essential site of great historical significance.

•Stop by for a photo stop at Fateh sagar lake.

•Overnight stay at your hotel.



•After a hearty breakfast, Proceed for full- day sightseeing  of Udaipur.

•Visit the 17th century JAGDISH TEMPLE -The Jagdish Temple is a great focal point for the Hindu people of Udaipur. The temple is dedicated to Vishnu, The Jagdish Mandir is an excellent example of Indo - Aryan architecture. One of the popular tourist attractions on the map of Rajasthan, the Jagdish Temple is a large Hindu temple located in the heart of Udaipur. It enshrines a black stone image of Lord Vishnu, considered as ‘The Creator’ in Hindu mythology.

•Visit the City Palace and Museum. The largest palace complex in India, it is a blend of Mughal and Rajput influences. -The most impressive attraction in Udaipur is the magnificent City Palace which is now a museum and houses fine art works in glass mosaics, and miniature paintings, of which Udaipur is famous, depicting glories of an ancient past. Built by the Maharana Udai in 1559, The City Palace is located on the east bank of Lake Pichola. Fused with Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles, the Palace is considered the largest of its type in Rajasthan. The Palace has various towers, domes and arches which add to the flavour of the heritage site. It is a marvelous assortment of courtyards, pavilions, terraces, corridors, rooms and hanging gardens. Often distinguished as the largest palace complex inRajasthan, this majestic piece of architecture is one of the most visited tourist attraction.

•Visit the Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandir or the Folk Art Museum.

•Proceed to Visit Sahelion Ki Bari -Sahelion Ki Bari, also known as ‘Courtyard of the Maidens’ is a popular tourist attraction in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Set below the embankment of the Fatah Sagar Lake, the gardens is decorated with beautiful lotus pools, elephant-shaped fountains, paintings, glass mosaics and marble pavilions. Legend says, the king himself designed this garden and presented it to the queen.

•Overnight stay at your Hotel.



•After breakfast, & post check-out, Bid adieu to Udaipur and, get timely transferred to Udaipur Airport for your departure to your next destination.

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