What to do on a Golden Triangle Tour of India

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Golden Triangle Tour, is considered to be one of the best routes to lookout different cultures of India. This Triangle comprises of the three Historic and Cultural rich jewels of India. Resplendence Architectural Delhi, Mughal grandeurs of Agra, and Majestic Rajputs of Jaipur are a part of this astir Golden Triangle Tour of India. This Trip has become a major tourist hub, especially for foreign visitors.

The Golden Triangle Tour of India has varied alluring elements such as it has rich architecture, diverse culture, and tradition, comfortable and soothing accommodation, spicy cuisine, and would fascinate you by its mesmerizing sights of colorful traditional Bazaars and with its Rich History.

Just read on and find out the fascinating aspects of the Golden Triangle Tour.

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Tour to “Delhi”

Capital of India, is the place where you can see the whole of India and is the first destination of India’s Golden Triangle tour route which will spellbind you with its Busiest Old Streets to its magnificent Heritage-Rich architecture, ancient monuments like Red Fort, soak yourself in the first ray of sun on India Gate, exult in the peace at Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple, Jantar Mantar, Rashtrapati Bhawan, and Asia’s Biggest markets like Sadar Bazar, Chandni Chowk, and the ancient Temples- Swaminarayan Akshardham temple, ISCON, most visited Gurudwara Bangla-sahib and still have a long list. A short trip to Delhi will surely mesmerize you by its magnificent glory of night neon-lights.

Shop in Delhi: Chandni Chowk; Sarojini Market

Chandni Chowk, Heaven for Foodies, Antique-Lovers, Book obsesses, Idyllic Shoppers who wants to explore such an old bazaar which was initiated by Mughal king Shah Jahan and later over 3 centuries ago got thronged by Chinese, Turkish and Mediterranean merchants. This market is full of various items from new to second-hand electronic goods, a good variety of home decor, jewelry, cosmetics, and whatnot.

Delhi’s trip is incomplete without visiting the shopping paradise of India. Kamla Nagar Market, Sarojini Market for clothes, where a bad bargainer also gets a good bargain, such a paradise of different fabrics attracts visitors from all over India and even to foreign visitors.

Delhi: Food Capital of Asia

Who doesn’t know about Delhi and it’s overly tempting, most delicious, and spicy with tangy flavored Street Food which shall surely bring tears to your eyes. This famous food is available on almost every street of Delhi’s market place like that of Kamla market, Pandara road, Paharganj market, Rajinder Da Dhaba Jawaharlal Nehru University, and for those who want to explore the most chaotic place in Delhi and taste the most amazing food, then Chandni Chawk is the best place. The most intoxicated food you would get is, Gol-Gappe, Chole Bature, Samosa, Bhalla Papad, Besan Ka Chilla, Nan-Khatai, Chole Kulche, and a lot more.

Iconic site of Taj Mahal: Agra

In commemoration of Mumtaz, the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan built the Magnificent Monument in 1648 in the loving memory of his wife. Post after his demise he was buried alongside her, under his own Wonder.

The Iconic site of the Taj Mahal is something that can bewilder your eyes in its entrance itself. A leisurely walk through its garden takes the visitor to the History of Mughals by such a Historic view of Grandeur architecture.

One of the Seven Wonders of the World and a famous Mausoleum of White Marble also is UNESCO’s World Heritage Site is a lively example of Love and Beauty.

Agra Fort: Venture on a Regal Structure

Placed approx 2.5km from the Taj Mahal. The Agra Fort is the 2nd most beautiful Historic Site of Agra after the Taj, it’s high raised beautiful walls, astir blend of red sandstone and white marble which is decorated by the sculptural designs has unmatched Regal persona making it one of the most visited sites in North India.

The most beautiful insight of the place is Diwan-i-Khas and Diwan-i -Aam, a place for special guests and a place for the normal public, respectively. Make sure you do not miss such mind-gasping places during your golden triangle tour journey.

Gorge on mouth-watering ‘Petha’: Agra

Agra is not only famous for its Grandeur Marvels of the Mughal era, but also for its most delicious mouth-savoring sweets. One of the best known sweet of Agra is ‘Petha’ made from coarse ash of White Pumpkin and glucose. Variety of flavors avail of Petha in this city, whether it is rose-red colored Petha or Green silver-coated green Petha.

Buying Petha sweets from a certified outlet will give the best quality. Shops like Panchhi Petha and other sweets shop in Sadar Bazaar are famous for its superior quality Petha.

Explore the Majestic Rajputs Pink City: Jaipur

City of Hospitality, Maharaja Sawai Maan Singh, in 1876 painted his Province with Pink (color of hospitality) to welcome Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria. The major attraction for tourists is the old city of Jaipur which even today outshines with Pink walls.

The city of royals is embellished with many Grandeur Forts like Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, City Palace and the Hawa Mahal are some gems of Jaipur. Jaipur Literature is full of traditional events and Festivals: Elephant Festivals, Rides such as Elephant safaris Sitla Mata Festival, Hot Air Balloon Ride, Chaksu Festival, are some major attractions of Jaipur. It is one of the best places in India’s Golden Triangle Tour.

Hawa Mahal: Resplendence of Jaipur

The first and foremost place to visit in Jaipur is its pride “Hawa Mahal”. This enchanting Marvel in the Capital of Rajasthan was built by Raja Sawai Man Singh in 1799 for the women of his family. As in the old times, women were not supposed to step out easily from their homes, so King of Jaipur built this grandeur for women of his house who can peek out the world without coming out.

Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds has around 953 windows, entwined with Latticework to make the whole Palace airy and cool throughout all the seasons.

Johari Bazaar: Idyllic Shopping Place in Jaipur

One of the best things you can do in this Golden Triangle Tour India is shopping.

Johari Bazaar is the most idyllic place for shopping tradition artifacts; most famous Rajasthani Kathputli (puppets), which is a pair of dolls made of clothes adorned with full Rajasthani look; Traditional attires like ‘Ghagra-Choli’, ‘Lehengas’, ‘Dupattas’; and most attractive traditional ‘Juttis’ or a flat-soled shoes made of camel leather with pointed tips.

Lively Rajasthani Life: Chokhi Dhani

If you want to live a Rajasthani Lifestyle then Chokhi Dhani is an all-inclusive package of Traditional Rajasthani Culture that includes Traditional Folk dance and signings, puppetry, magic shows, pottery, elephant, and camel rides, providing with Tarot-Card reading and Palmistry. It has such a unique style of dining area serving mouth-watering thali of Rajasthani Cuisine, all within adorned by small hamlets.

If you could ever get to see the Royal Charisma of Rajasthan, then the Golden Triangle provides you that.

World-famous Golden Triangle Tour of India offers you to get the best experience of various cultures from Mughals city to Rajwadas place. So if you are planning to go on a trip this vacation then, pack your bags and book an amazing package to Golden Triangle Tour of India.

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  • Yogeeta Singh January 15, 2020 at 3:48 pm

    Nice Blog!! When it comes to visiting a beautiful country like India, the trio of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur always remains major tourist attractions and is quite worth exploring. And you have covered all the places that tourists can visit. This will really help them to choose the best Golden Triangle Tour Package in India when they are searching for the it and can ask their tour operators to add all these places in their list.


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