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Amazing India Trip

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Arrive Delhi by flight. Meet & Assistance at airport by our office representative and transfer to
Hotel. (Check in at 12 Noon) Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02 DELHI

Breakfast at hotel. Relax or visit Delhi , driver will be available this day too. Overnight stay at Pre-
booked Hotel.

Day 03 DELHI

After breakfast, start the guided tour of the old town (Shahajahanabad), once surrounded by
walls of red sandstone. The old town, a charming, picturesque maze of narrow streets, is  divided
into two parts by the way “of Silver”, a succession of shops and lively and colorful bazaars. In the
same area you can visit the Jama Majid, one of the largest mosques in the world, with a
courtyard capable of holding 25,000 devotees. It was begun in 1644 and ended up being the final
architectural extravagance of Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor who built the Taj Mahal and
the Red Fort. Also visit the Mausoleum of Mahatma Gandhi – It is a black marble platform that
marks the spot of Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation,  Antyesti  ( Antim Sanskar ) on 31 January 1948, a
day after his assassination. It is left open to the sky while an eternal flame burns perpetually at
one end.  Also we will visit the central districts where there are government buildings, India
Gate, Parliament House & Sikh temple.

Also visit Qutub Minar is an excellent example of Afghan Architecture . The Minar is 72.5mts
high victory tower, the construction of which began in the final year of twelth century by
Qutubuddin Aibak and was later completed by his successor. It has been given World Heritage
Site status. After visit, return back to hotel & overnight stay is at hotel.


Early Breakfast is at hotel.
In time, transfer to Railway Station for departure by express train to Amritsar, literally meaning
the ‘Pool of the Nectar of Immortality’, is one of the major cities of the Punjab state. The
administrative headquarters of the Amritsar District, it is the major spiritual and cultural centre of
Sikhs. The city, founded in 1577 by Guru Ram Das, the fourth Sikh Guru, is mostly inhabited by
the Sikhs. Amritsar has grown from a sacred village pool into a spiritual centre of Sikh culture.
The original pool site by which the Golden Temple is built was granted by the Mughal Emperor
Akbar. In 1761 Ahmad Shah Durrani sacked the town and destroyed the temple, which was
rebuilt in 1764. One of the ancient and charming cities of India, Amritsar is an important
distribution centre of dry-fruits in the country.

Departure       Delhi               Amritsar Shtabdi      0720 Hrs
Arrive            Amritsar                                             1325 Hrs

Upon arrival at Amritsar, meet with our office representative and transfer to Hotel.
Rest of the day is free for relax. Later in the evening, witness closing ceremony of Granth Sahib
at Golden Temple, Sikh holy book being carried to its night lodging by a palanquin. Return to
hotel & overnight stay.


After breakfast, proceed to sightseeing tour of Amritsar. Visit the famous Golden Temple located
in the heart of the city, Jalianwallah Bagh, a memorial built to commemorate the martyrs of the
1919 massacre; the Durgiana Mandir, temple dedicated to the Hindu goddess Durga.

Later proceed to the Wagah Border (less than 30 kilometers from the city) between India and
Pakistan,  At Wagah Border, witness the ceremonial changing of guard, the march-past followed
by the singing of national anthem and other patriotic songs. Solders parading in full swing and
the sight of India-Pakistan border from such close quarters will evoke a sense of nostalgia.

After visit, return back to Hotel for overnight stay.

DAY 06 AMRITSAR- DELHI – Varanasi ( By Flight )

Morning in time meet at hotel and transfer to Amritsar airport , connecting flight to Varanasi.
Benares is a city situated on the banks of the River Ganges and is regarded as a holy city by
Hindus,Buddhists ,Muslims and Jains. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the
world and the oldest in India.
Arrive Varanasi & transfer to Hotel for overnight stay.


The early morning boat ride on Holy River Ganges provides unmatched view of the ghats
(steps). After breakfast, we take a tour of temples of Varanasi.
Later excursion tour to Sarnath where Gautama Buddha after Enlightment at Bodhgaya
preached for the first time the secrets of Wheel of Life. This fable place bears testimony to its
great past where lord Buddha delivered his first sermon to his disciples expounding the principles
of Buddhism. There are remains dating as far back, as the 3rd century B.C when Emperor
Ashoka founded various institutions, stupas, monasteries and pillar edicts. The Ruins at Sarnath
and the art collection in the Archaeological Museum are representation examples of the glorious
past of the Sarnath.

After a brief rest, visit to the Ghats and witness Hindu Religious ceremony “PUJA” performed on
the bank of river Ganges. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.


In time, transfer to Airport & board a flight to Khajuraho, is renowned for its erotic sculptures that
adorn the many medieval Hindu and Jain temples. There are many interpretations of the risque
carvings, and your guide will provide you with more insight into these architectural marvels.

Departure       AI 406                         Varanasi         1220 Hrs
Arrive                                     Khajuraho      1445 Hrs

(Flight operates only on Monday, Wednesday & Friday in July)

Arrive Khajuraho & transfer to Hotel.
Rest of the day is free for relax. Overnight stay at hotel.

DAY 09 Khajuraho

After breakast, sightseeing tour of Western Group of Temples in Khajuraho – constitutes some
of the most splendid and architecturally marvelous specimen of temple architecture in India. The
group includes such magnificent temples like Kandariya Mahadeo Temple, Chaunsat Yogini
Temple, Chitragupta Temple, Lakshamana Temple, Matangeswara Temple, and Varaha Temple.
Overnight stay at Khajuraho.


After leisurly  breakast, drive to Orchha. On arrival, check in at Hotel. Evening at Leisure.
Overnight stay at Orchha.


After braekfast, visit small town of Orchha ,established by Maharaja Rudra Pratap Singh in 1501,
as the seat of eponymous former princely state of central India, in the Bundelkhand region.
Orchha lies on the Betwa and is famous for Its palace and temples, a unique experience towards
its amazing architecture and frescos.
After visit, drive towards Gwalior. Upon arrival, visit visit Gwalior Fort – Standing on a steep
mass of sandstone, Gwalior Fort dominates the city and is its most magnificent monument. It has
been a scene of momentous events : imprisonments, battles and jauhars. A steep road winds
upwards to the Fort, flanked by statues of Jain tirthankaras, carved into the rock face. The
magnificent outer walls of the Fort still stand, two miles in length and 35 feet high, bearing
witness to its reputation for being one of the most invincible forts of India. This imposing structure
inspired Emperor Babar to describe it “the pearl amongst the fortresses of Hind.” Within the fort
are some marvels of medieval architecture. The 15th century Gujari Mahal is a monument to the
love of Raja Mansingh Tomar for his Gujar queen, Mrignayani. After he had wooed and won her,

so the story goes, Mrignayani demanded that he build her a separate palace with a constant
water supply from the River Rai, via an aqueduct.

In time, transfer to Railway Station & board express train to Agra

Departure       NDLS Shtabdi        Gwalior  1948 Hrs
Arrive                                             Agra        2110 Hrs

Arrive Agra & transfer to Hotel. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 12 AGRA

After breakfast, visit the most beautiful and memorable monument of the City – Taj Mahal, One
of the seven wonders of the world, The most photographed monument in the world, the Taj
stands in its splendor of white marble, an imposing citadel on the banks of river Yamuna. Built in
17th century by ShahJehan, the fifth Mughal emperor, in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal,
the Taj Mahal is an abode to the emperor’s eternal love for his wife. It took over 20,000 skilled
workers from across the country, working day and night, for 22 years for this architectural wonder
to be created. Later explore the Agra Fort, Built in red sand stone, it is the one of the famous
sights of Agra other than Taj Mahal. The semi circular fort was started by Emperor Akbar in
1565, and was completed in 1574. It started as a residential structure for the Mughal
Empire whereas it terminated as the Military structure to save the empire from Invasions.

Afternoon visit Itmad ud Daulah, situated on the left bank of the Yamuna, is the perfectly
proportioned marble mausoleum Itmad-ud-Daulah. Noor Jehan constructed this splendid marble
monument in her father’s memory. This double storied marble tomb is replete with mosaic, inlaid
with semi-precious stones. Return back to Hotel for overnight stay.


After brekfast, drive towards Jaipur, enroute stop Fatehpur Sikri built by Great Mughal Emperor
Akbar in memory of the Muslim Saint, Salim Chisti., It is a city completely made of red sand
stone. Built by Akbar and dedicated to a saint, Fatehpur Sikri was conceived in 1571. Worth
visiting are the Diwan-e-Aam ( Hall of Public Audiences) , the Diwan-e-Khas ( Hall of Private
Audiences ) and the Queen’s palaces.

Continue drive to Jaipur, The Pink City is replete with historical landmarks that echo its past
glory and living traditions. Discover palaces and forts, temples and gardens, crafts and pageantry
here. On arrival, check in at Hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.


After Breakast, Take a morning excursion to Amber to explore the impressive fort, with enjoyable
Elephant Ride. It is one of the finest and the best preserved forts, having served as the royal
capital for seven long years before the city of Jaipur was built. It has a complex of several
palaces, meeting halls, pavilions, gardens and temples. The Fort was built in the later half of the
10th century by Raja Man Singh.

Afternoon visit the Pink City with stop at City Palace – Built by Sawai Jai Singh, it became the
official seat of the Jaipur royal family after 1922. A large part of the brilliant palace is now a
museum, displaying an excellent collection of artifacts used by the Rajput royalty. Also
visit Astronomical Observatory – Built in 1728, it is one of Sawai Jai Singh’s unique
observatories. It has instruments that have been scientifically designed to predict the movement
of the major stars accurately. It represents the high point of medieval Indian astronomy. Later
walk through the busy colorful Bazzars of Jaipur, possibility of a Tri Rickshaw Ride through the
narrow lanes.  After visit, return to Hotel for Overnight stay.


After breakfast, drive towards to Bikaner. which is located in the heart of the desert of Thar.  On
arrival, check in at hotel. Rest of the day is leisure for independent activities or for relax.
Overnight stay at hotel


After breakfast, visit the Junagarh Fort The fort was originally called Chintamani and was
renamed Junagarh or “Old Fort” in the early 20th century. It is one of the few major forts in
Rajasthan which is not built on a hilltop. The fort complex was built under the supervision of
Karan Chand, the Prime Minister of Raja Rai Singh, the sixth ruler of Bikaner, who ruled from
1571 to 1611 AD. Construction of the walls and associated moat commenced in 1589 and was
completed in 1594.

Afternoon excursion to The Karni Mata temple in Deshnoke, 30 kms. south, is where you will
find the largest number of rats you’ve ever encountered, all partaking in a very orderly way of the
evening prasad. Later, return back to Bikaner & overnight stay at Hotel


After breakfast, drive to Jaisalmer – a magnificent city of historic importance and occupies a
unique place in the world of its grand history. The Fort and Golden City of Jaisalmer founded by
Maharawal Chundarvanshi (Lunar race) Yadav Bhati Rajput Jaisal in 1156 A.D. The Bhati
Rajputs, a warrior family caste of Rajasthan were descendants of Lord Krishna. Jaisalmer was
the great trade centre of western Rajasthan and connected with silk route. Caravans of camels
were constantly passing through the state, and usually through the city of Jaisalmer on trips
going east or west. The district of Jaisalmer is mostly sandy desert, but there are many rocky
plateaus and elevated ridges, with alluvial valleys in between. On arrival, check in at hotel &
Overnight stay.


After breakfast, Morning visit Jaisalmer Fort – the second oldest in Rajasthan (oldest being
Chittorgarh). The fort stands on a hill 250 feet above the surrounding country. The fort of
Jaisalmer was founded by Maharawal “Jaisal” in 1156 A.D. The fort stands on a hill which
overlooks the town from the south. Many round shaped stones left on the towers were used as
weapon to check the enemy from entering the fort during battle. It has four gates- Akhai Pol
(Ganesh Pol), Suraj Pol, bhuta Pol & Hava Pol. Raj Mahal – There are five beautifully carved Raj
Mahals inside the fort viz. Rang Mahal, Sarvotam Vilas, Akhai Vilas, Gaj Mahal, and Moti Mahal.
There were some old painting and pictures inside the Mahal. These paintings are to the Mughal
and Rajput-Sculpture.The city tour also includes visit to the various temples & local havelis.

Afternoon excursion to Sam Sand Dunes, These dunes are 3 km long and 1 km wide. No
vegetation can be found on them and their surface is ever changing due to the winds. The wind
either heaps the sand into hills or scoops it into deep hollows. Enjoy Camel Ride & Sunset at
Dunes. Return to hotel & overnight.


Breakfast at Hotel. Relax at jaisalmer or visit some attractions. Overnight stay at Jaisalmer.


After breakfast, drive to Jodhpur, located on the periphery of the Thar Desert, Jodhpur is second
largest city in Rajasthan after Jaipur. It was founded by Rao Jodha, the leader of the Rathore
clan, in 1459 AD. The quintessence of Jodhpur was its valour and equestrian skill. Polo has been
the traditional sport of the Jodhpur nobility since medieval times. The city is a doorway to the
wonderland of sand dunes, shrubs, rocky terrain and thorny trees. Jodhpur is also popularly
called as the Blue City. Rest of the day is leisure for independent acitivities.
Ovenight stay at Hotel


After breakfast, visit Meherangarh Fort, Built in 1459 AD, the fort is splendidly perched on a
125m long hill and spread over an area of 5 km, making it one of the largest forts in the country.
An architectural marvel in itself, the fort holds a large collection of royal paraphernalia on
exhibition and is home to a number of charming palaces – including the more popular Moti Mahal,
Jhanki Mahal and Sheesh Mahal.  Also visit Jaswant Thada- A white marbled memorial,
Jaswant Thada lies in close proximity to the Mehrangarh Fort. Built in 1899 AD, in memory of
Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, it houses cenotaphs of a number of Rajput royals and has on display
some of the rarest portraits.
Rest of the day is free to walk in the local market. Return to Hotel for overnight stay.


After breakfast, drive towards Udaipur with a stop along the way to visit the temples
of Ranakpur – one of the holiest Jain sites of India. Nestled on the banks of the river Maghai and
sequestered by mountains, Ranakpur’s beauty is accentuated by its seclusion. The main

Chaumukha (four faced) temple was built in 1439 and is dedicated to the first Enlightened One,
Adinatha Rishabdeva. An inscription in it traces its origin to the reign of Rana Kumbha. Erected
on a raised platform, it is surrounded by 66 subsidiary shrines. It has 1444 beautifully carved
pillars, of which no two are alike. Its open from midday to 5 p.m. Camera, Leather clothing or
accessories are not allowed on the premises. Visitors are requested not to wear shorts.

Second stop to visit Kumbhalgarh, an imposing fort built in 1458 AD set amid massive ramparts
and surrounded by hundreds of temples, the creation of one of Mewar’s legendary heroes Rana
Kumbha and the birthplace of the legendery warrior Rana Pratap. The 36 km fort wall is claimed
to be the second longest wall after the great wall of China. The fort has seven grand gates and
ramparts, one within the other. Rounded bastions and soaring towers add to its grandeur. The
last gate or theNimboo Pol has fascinating chambers within. There is an array of old palaces
within the fort and Badal Mahal, the highest of all the palaces offering glorious views of the
countryside. Built by Rana Fateh Singh in the late 19th century, it has beautiful apartments
painted with pastel-coloured murals.

Continue drive towards Udaipur (City of Sunrise) is the capital of the erstwhile kingdom of
Mewar, one of the oldest surviving dynasties in the world and was established around 1567 A.D.
Legend has it that the royal Rajput rulers are descended from the Sun God. The golden sun,
representing the Sun God, is still the royal insignia of the Maharana of Mewar. City is also
referred to as the “Venice of the East” and the”Kashmir of Rajasthan”. Tourists to this
enchanting old-modern town in the heart of the Aravalli mountain range, with tonnes of history,
swear by the lovely sunsets in the backdrop of the lakes. There are three interconnected lakes
within the town – the Fateh Sagar Lake, the Pichhola Lake and the smaller Swaroop Sagar Lake.
The chequered history of Mewar is showcased in the city of Udaipur, which is akin to an oasis in
the desert state of Rajasthan. It is a rich and beguiling tapestry of lakeside palaces, forts,
temples, havelis and gardens, reflecting the varied influences of the centuries. On arrival, check
in at hotel & Overnight stay at hotel.


After breakast, start the visits of Udaipur, founded in 1568 by Maharaja Udai Singh, has
remained one of the richest cities of treasures and most romantic of all over India. All surrounded
by hills, is reflected in three small lakes of which the largest is the Pichola. In particular, you will
see theCity Palace, stands on a hill on the banks of Lake Pichola, surrounded by crenulated
walls. Built in 1567, it is composed of 4 major palaces and several minor palaces that form a
single façade. Its main entrance is through a triple arched gate, the Tripolia, built in 1725. The
gate leads to a series of courtyards, corridors and gardens. Then visit the Saheliyon ki Bari, the
garden of the maids of honor, a small and graceful example of Rajasthani gardens and later
visit Jagdish temple , dedicated to the god Vishnu – Built in 1651 AD by Maharana Jagat Singh I
and dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple has an imposing 79 ft high pagoda covered with
sculptures of dancers, musicians, elephants and horsemen. It is the city’s largest and most
resplendent temple. A visit to the Jagdish temple takes 20 minutes and is recommended if you
are interested in traditional Indian temples. Shoes should be removed before entering the temple.
Rest of the day is leisure for independent activities. Overnight stay at Hotel.


After breakfast, transfer to Airport for board a flight to Mumbai
Departure       AI 471         Udaipur  1545 Hrs
Arrive                                 Mumbai  1710 Hrs

Arrive Mumbai, meet with our office representative and transfer to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Mumbai.

Day 25 Mumbai

After leisurely brekfast  enjoy a city tour of Mumbai includes:-

Gateway of India – It is one of India’s most unique landmarks situated in the city of Mumbai. The
colossal structure was constructed in 1924. Located at the tip of Apollo Bunder, the gateway
overlooks the Mumbai harbor, bordered by the Arabian Sea in the Colaba district. The Gateway
of India is a monument that marks India’s chief ports and is a major tourist attraction for visitors
who arrive in India for the first time. At one point of time, this monument represented the
grandeur of the British Raj in India. The total construction cost of this monument was
approximately 21 lakhs and the whole expense was borne by the Indian government. A favourite
spot for tourists, nowadays, this monument attracts vendors, food stalls and photographers. The
passing of the ‘First Battalion of the Somerset Light Infantry’ was recorded as the first main event
that took place at the Gateway of India. This ceremony was conducted on February 28, 1948,
when the last set of British troops and divisions left India, post-independence.

Tower of Silence – The Tower of Silence or ‘Parsee Bawdi’ is located on the top of Malabar Hills
and is spread over an area of 55 acres. Thus, in Mumbai, the Tower of Silence serves the
purpose of offering the last rites to the dead. Despite the open exposure to dead, the place has a
feeling of calm and peace, owning in part to the beautiful architecture and green surroundings.
The main purpose of the Towers of Silence was to be the laying place of the dead, the body was
to have been exposed to birds of prey. This was in accordance of the principles of Zend-Avesta,
which preached that the dead body should not pollute the air, water or soil by means of
cremation and hence such a place is created, which is also called as ‘dakhma’ or ‘dokhma.’ The
structure at the Tower of Silence has 3 rings, the first for male bodies, the second for female
bodies and the last one for children, though the actual area where the dead are exposed is
strictly off limits for all. Of late, however, the Tower of Silence has had to face a crisis, in the form
of the disappearance of the birds of prey like vultures from the Mumbai skyline, which as resulted
in dead bodies being kept in the tower for long period of time. Despite this, tourists are known to
take a sneak peak at the towers during their trip in Mumbai.

Mani Bhavan –  The old Mumbai residence of Mahatma Gandhi. It’s a pretty, two-storied
structure that now houses a reference library with over 2000 books, a photo exhibition of the
Mahatma’s life, and well preserved memorabilia, including an old charkha or spinning wheel that
Gandhi used to use.

Dhobi Ghat – A unique feature of Mumbai, the dhobi is a traditional laundryman, who will collect
your dirty linen, wash it, and return it neatly pressed to your doorstep. The “laundries” are called
“ghats”: row upon row of concrete wash pens, each fitted with its own flogging stone. The clothes

are soaked in sudsy water, thrashed on the flogging stones, then tossed into huge vats of boiling
starch and hung out to dry. Next they are ironed and piled into neat bundles. The most famous of
these Dhobi Ghats is at Saat Rasta near Mahalaxmi Station where almost two hundred dhobis
and their families work together in what has always been a hereditary occupation.

After the visits, return back to Hotel for overnight stay.


Morning excursion to The Elephanta Caves, These caves are a complex of ancient cave
temples on Elephanta Island, an hour-long ferry ride from Mumbai. Designated a UNESCO
World Heritage Site in 1987, Elephanta Island is not only a worthy destination in itself, it also
provides a great view of Mumbai’s skyline and an escape from the chaos of the city.  The origins
of the temple caves, thought to date from about the 7th century, are obscure. It is known,
however, that the island was originally called Gharapuri – thePortuguese renamed it Elephanta
after they found a large stone elephant near their landing place. The figure collapsed in 1814 and
was subsequently moved to the far-off Victoria Gardens and reassembled. Shortly before the
Elephanta temples were created, Bombay had experienced the golden age of the late Guptas,
under whom the arts flourished. Sanskrit had been finely polished, and Kalidasa and other
writers had helped incite a Hindu religious revival under the court’s liberal patronage. Shaivism,
the worship of Shiva, inspired the building of these temples. Many of Elephanta’s priceless
statues were damaged or destroyed by the Portuguese, who apparently used the Hindu gods for
target practice. There have also been reports of vandalism and carelessness by modern visitors,
so take extra care to avoid damage during your visit.

Rest of the day is leisure for relax. Overnight stay at Hotel


In time, transfer to airport & board flight for GOA

Departure       9W 2375      Mumbai  1205 Hrs
Arrive                                  Goa        1310 Hrs

Arrive Goa & transfer to Hotel.
Rest of the day is leisure for independent activities. Overnight stay at Hotel


Breakfast at hotel. Later enjoy half day Old Goa City Tour. Over night stay at Goa.


Breakfast at Hotel. Full day is leisure for independent activities.
Overnight stay at Hotel


After breakfast, drive to Badami, The capital of the mighty Badami Chalukyas might have shrunk
into a few scenic square kilometres in terms of touristy value. But Badami still retains its majesty.
The locale of its famous cave temples, made up of two giant sandstone hills that flank the placid
water of the Agastya Lake paint a stark picture of earthy reds, muddy greens and stone browns
set against a sky of acrylic blue – burning an impression into the canvas of your mind. One that
you aren’t likely to forget in a hurry. On arrival, check in at Hotel.
Afternoon visit Badami Cave Temple , are composed of four caves, all carved out of the soft
Badami sandstone on a hill cliff in the late 6th to 7th centuries. The cave temples date back to
600 and 700 CE. The architecture includes structures built in Nagara Style, developed in
northern India in 5th-6th Centuries imported from pallavas during refuge and Dravidian style
which is the first and most persistent architectural idiom to be adopted by the early chalukyas.
Return back to Hotel for overnight stay.


Breakfast at Hotel
Full day excursion to Bijapur :-

Gol Gumbaz – Built in 1659, is the mausoleum of Mohammed Adil Shah and some members of
his family. Its vast dome is said to be the second largest dome, unsupported by pillars, in the
world, after St. Peter’s in the Vatican City of Rome. It is constructed in such a way that even a pin
drop can be heard distinctly from across a space of 38 m, in the Whispering Gallery. The
acoustics here are such that any sound made is said to be repeated 10 times over.

Ibrahim Roza – This mosoleum was erected by Ibrahim Adil Shah II (1580-1626) for his queen
Taj Sultana, at the height of Bijapur’s prosperity. The emphasis here is on elegance and delicacy,
unlike the immensity of the Gol Gumbaz. Its 24m high minarets are said to have inspired those of
the Taj Mahal. Its one of the few monuments with substantial stone filigree and other decorative
sculptural work. Interred here are Ibrahim Adil Shah, his queen and some other family members.
The moument is one of the most known heritage site in India.

Jamiya Masjid – considered one of the finest mosque in India, is a finely proportioned mosque
that was constructed by Ali Adil Shah I (1557-80). It sprawls over an area of about 1,16,300sq.m
and has graceful arches, a fine dome and a large inner courtyard with room for 2250
worshippers, spaces for them marked out in black squares on the polished floor. The Mosque’s
sacred alcove has the Koran intricately painted on it with letters of gold. This is one of the biggest
mosque standing tall since 450 years.
Bijapur Fort  – The fort itself is composed of an immense ring wall 10 kilometers in perimeter, up
to 12 metres thick and 10 metres high, and strengthened by over 100 bastions. The 12 meter
wall thickness consist of two black stone walls sandwiched with balck mud and mortar. Even if
the cannon fires to the walls of the fort, the ammunition could have made hole to the outer wall of
the fort, and the mud between the walls would stop any damage to the inner walls.

Later, return back to Badami. Overnight stay at Hotel.


After breakfast, full day excursion to Aihole & Pattadakal :-

Aihole – It was the first capital of the Chalukyas. Located on the banks of the Malaprabha river,
the town has several legends associated with it. There are around 125 Chalukya temples in
Aihole and the Lad Khan temple is the oldest one dating back to the 5th century. The other
famous temples include the Gowda Temple,Suryanarayana Temple and the Durga temple.
The  Ravana Phadi  cave is one of the oldest rock cut cave temples. Aihole is also famous for an
inscription which recounts the history of the period.
Pattadadkal – The town is famous for the nine Hindu temples and the Jain sanctuary that
successive Chalukya kings built here in the 7th and 8th centuries. So impressive is the
architecture of these temples that the entire area was declared a World Heritage Site by
UNESCO. The Pattadakal temples are unique because they combine the north Indian as well as
the south Indian styles of architecture.

After visit, return back to Badami for overnight stay.


After breakfast, drive towards Hospet.
Upon arrival, check in at Hotel. Rest of the day is leisure for relax.
Overnight stay at Hotel.


After breakfast, full day excursion to Hampi, a beautiful architecture of the sprawling city of
Vijayanagar surrounding the famous ruins. The capital of the Vijayanagara Empire and a site that
splendidly displays the Hoysala tradition of architecture, Vijayanagar or Hampi is a rhapsody in
stone. Though Hampi is ancient and is also mentioned in the Ramayana and was called
Kishkintha according to historians, it truly flourished in the 13th to 16th centuries as the capital of
the Vijayanagara kings.

After visits, return back to Hospet for overnight stay.


Brekfast at Hotel.
Full day is leisure for independent activities.


After breakfast, drive to Hassan, found by the chieftain Channa Krishnappa Naik in the 11th
century. Upon arrival, check in at Hotel. Rest of the day is free for relax. Overnight stay at Hotel.


After breakfast, full day excursion to Belur & Halebid

Belur – King Vishnuvardhana built the Chennakeshava temple in 1117 to celebrate his
conversion from Jainism, victory over Chola forces at Talkad and his independence from the
Chalukyas of Kalyan.

Halebid – was once Dwara Samudra, the capital of the Hoysala Dynasty. Despite the city’s fall,
several large Hoysala temples survive, two of which the Hoysaleshwara and Kedareshwara are
superb, covered in exquisite carvings

Return back to Hotel & overnight stay


After breakfast, drive to Mysore enroute visit Shravanabelagola is a Jain pilgrim destination
located in the Hassan district of Karnataka state, Southern India, at an altitude of about 3350 feet
above sea level. The town is wedged between two rocky hills- Vindhyagiri and Chandragiri.
Upon arrival, check in at Hotel for overnight stay.


After breakfast, excursion to Chamundi Temple – Mysore’s most prominent landmark, this 13th-
century temple sits atop Chamundi Hills and can be seen from nearly every part of the city. If you
can manage the 1,000-steps to the top, you can see the massive Nandi statue that awaits inside.

Afernoon visit Mysore Palace – This three-story stone structure is an architectural masterpiece
that was rebuilt in 1912. Inside, the palace is filled to the brim with opulent rooms and priceless
works of art. Perhaps its most impressive feature is the 145-foot tower.

Brindavan Gardens : Established in 1927 and located adjacent to the Krishna Raja Sagara Dam
spanning the Kaveri River, Brindavan Gardens spreads across three gorgeous terraces and
spans more than 60 acres. The stunning water fountains and landscaping attract more than two
million visitors every year.

Later also visit local flower market. Overnight stay at Hotel.


After breakfast, drive to Bangalore. Upon arrival, check in at Hotel.
Afternoon visit Lal Bagh – Bangalore is known as the Garden City. Lal Bagh houses India’s
largest collection of tropical plants, has an aquarium and a lake. It holds a number of flower
shows, especially on the Republic Day. The garden has over 1,000 species of flora.

Bull Temple – The bull referred to is a sacred Hindu demi-god, known as Nandi; Nandi is a close
devotee and attendant of Shiva. Dodda Basavana Gudi is said to be the biggest temple to Nandi
in the world. The stone cult image of Nandi is continually covered with new layers of butter,
benne in the local language of Kannada.

Return to hote for overnight stay.


After breakfast, transfer to airprot & board flight to Trivandurm

Departure       6E 379         Bangalore          0905 Hrs
Arrive                                 Trivandrum        1015 Hrs

Arrive Trivandrum & drive to Kovalam. Upon arrival, check in at Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel.


After breakfast, full day excursion to Kanyakumari located at the southernmost tip of the Indian
peninsula is also known as Cape Comorin and it lies at the confluence of the Bay of Bengal, the
Indian ocean and the Arabian Sea. Kanyakumari derives its name from the Goddess Kumari
Amman who has a temple dedicated to her on the seashore. According to Hindu legend, Kanya
Devi, an avatar of Goddess Parvati, was to marry Lord Shiva, but as he failed to show up on his
wedding day, the rice and other grain meant for the wedding feast remained uncooked. As the

legend goes, the uncooked grain turned into stones as time went by. It is believed that the small
stones on the seashore today, are indeed grains of the wedding that was never solemnized.

Return back to Hotel for overnight stay.


Breakfast at Hotel.
Full day is leisure for independent activities


After breakfast, drive to Kumarakom, an enchanting village set on the banks of the Vembanad
Lake is wrapped in a quaint charm all its own. With soothing backwaters, thick mangrove forests,
green paddy fields and ripe coconut groves as its accessories. Upon arrival, chek in at Hotel for
overnight stay.


Breakfast at Hotel.  Rest of the day is leisure for relax. Overnight stay at Hotel.


After breakfast, drive to Alleppey to have an overnight experience to back water trip in House
Boat. Overnight in House Boat.


After breakfast, drive to the picturesque Periyar Lake. This drive is exceptionally good for the
diversity of natural landscapes that will meet the mountains of Western Ghats, the coffee, tea ,
rubber  and Spices plantations. On arrival check in at hotel. Spend the afternoon with nature and
optional to take a boat ride on the Periyar Lake to explore the Periyar Wildlife Reserve. Overnight
stay at hotel.


After breakfast, drive up the Cardamon hills of Munnar, the summer resort of the British in South
India surrounded by Tea Estates. Munnar, located in the Idukki district of Kerala, and perched on
the Western Ghats (which has been listed recently as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO), has a
population of 1.9 million people.Over the last few decades, this little hill town has been attracting
visitors from all over the world who travel to see the lushness, historical heritage & diversity of
this protected biosphere. Upon arrival check in at hotel. Rest of the day is leisure for relax.
Overnight stay at Hotel.


After breakfast, full day visit Munnar :-
Tea Museum – The Tea Museum, located in the centre of the town, showcases pictures,
machinery, brewing ware and literature dating back to a century—all tracing the evolution and
transformation of Munnar as tea heaven and the intricacies of tea-making.

CSI Christ Church – The CSI Church or Christ Church is steeped in history and had served an
integral role in the colonial British era. Built of rough-hewn granite with un-plastered walls, it was
constructed by the British in 1910. The stained glass windows depicting the saints and Biblical
characters lends the church its unique charm. It has a number of brass plaques in memory of
British era tea planters.

Mount Carmel Church – Established in 1898, this was the first Roman Catholic Church in the
High Ranges. Like all places of worship, this one is also located at a vantage point. Records
reveal that church sheltered refugees during the 1924 floods that devastated the area. There is a
chapel below, dedicated to St Anthony. Legend has it that the flood waters miraculously receded
when they touched the basement of the chapel of the church.

Local Market – The Munnar market is a profusion of colours and smells, with charming heaps of
vegetables, fruits, spices and dry goods being sold in various stalls.
Return back to Hotel for ovenight stay.


After breakfast, drive to Cochin. Upon arrival, check in at Hotel.
Rest of the day is free for relax. Evening is optional to enjoy a Kathakali dance , is a highly
stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for the attractive make-up of characters, elaborate
costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the anchor
playback music and complementary percussion. Overnight stay at Hotel.


After brekfast, full day dedicated to the visit of Cochin or Kochi , the centre of Indian spice
trade for many centuries, and was known to the  Yavanas (Greeks) as well as Romans, Jews,
Arabs, and Chinese since ancient times. Visit Fort Cochin, the fascinating cantilevered Chinese
Fishing nets, Jewish Synagogue , built in 1568 by the Malabar Yehudan people or Cochin
Jewish community (closed on Saturdays), Mattancherry Dutch Palace, features Kerala
murals depicting Hindu temple art, portraits (closed on Friday & public holidays) and St. Francis
Church , India’s Oldest European built Church.  Take a leisurely walk in the area, through the
historical Dutch and Portuguese Building, some nearly 500 year old and still very well preserved.
After visit, return back to Hotel for overnight stay.


Brekafast at Hotel.
In time, transfer to Intenrnational Airport & departure by flight to onward destination

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