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Royal Rajasthan


History of Rajasthan

The panoramic landscape of Rajasthan has been a silent witness to some of the most intense battles in history, tragic seiges, astounding victories, the unearthly valour of fine-cheeked Rajputs, charging to their deaths in ash and saffron. Dedicated Maharanis committing jauhar by the thousands and its forts and palaces that have lived on to tell the tale. Once ruled by the Mauryan empire, Rajasthan became the stronghold of the Rajput clans in 700 B.C. Around the 12th century parts of Rajasthan were occupied by Muslim rulers but it was only in the early18th century under Mughal emperor Akbar's rule that all of Rajasthan was united into one province. After the decline of the Mughal rulers the Marathas penetrated into Rajasthan. As a legacy of this back-and-forth rulership of the province it has a rich culture and architectural heritage blending toghether Mughal, Hindu and Jain influences.

Rajasthan is the land of the Maharajas, an exotic and colourful home to the legendary warriors of yore, famous for their gallantry, chivalry, revelry and romance. Its kingdoms redolent with imposing forts, ethereal palaces, boisterous bazaars, vibrant people, timeless traditions and centuries of art and culture. Each of its cities has a unique character and a different colour, its capital Jaipur has the ditinction of being pink, also considered the colour of hospitality.


Rajasthan Fact File

Location :

North west India


342000 Sq Km


44006000 (1991 census)




Rajasthani, Marwari , Hindi and some English


Hinduism, Jainism, Islam


Indian Rupee


Desert type

Capital of Rajasthan

The Pink City of India, the royal capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1727 AD. The ancient heart of this regal city still beats in its fairy tale palaces, its magnificent fortresses perched on barren hills, and in the broad avenues that provide a superb transport network throughtout the city. Soak in the medieval flavour of this city by exploring its many monuments, go on a camel safari to explore unending stretches of the Thar desert , enjoy the cool evenings boating at the Ramgarh lake or linger in its boisterous bazaars, laden with handicrafts, handloom, jewelery, bandhani, block print, blankets and trinkets.

Culture of Rajasthan :

The hard life of the desert dwellers made them seek means of making life more pleasant, this gave rise to a vibrant culture that still lives on. Fairs and festivals, dance and music, colours, costumes and wandering balladeers truly make it a setting difficult not to fall in love with. The royalty also aided and abeted creative arts and exquisite miniature paintings, precious manuscripts and craftily designed wares can be seen in their palaces and museums.


Royal Rajasthan 

Duration : 13 Nights / 14 DaysPlaces Covered : Delhi - Udaipur - Narlai - Rohet - Jodhpur - Jaipur - Bharatpur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi.
Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
Arrive Delhi. You will meet our representative and transfer to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 02 : Delhi
Today, leave for sight-seeing tour which includes Jama - the largest mosque of Emperor Shajahan. Later proceed Red Fort Raj Ghat- Cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi, to India Gate - a 42 meter stone arch built in the memory of the Indian Soldiers who died in World War II, Driver past the President's House & Parliament House, Humayu'ns Tomb a memorial by the Taj Mahals, the Qutab Minar, Brila Mandir and Lotus Temple.
Day 03 : Delhi - Udaipur
In the Morning fly to the romantic city of Udaipur and transfer to the Hotel. The afternoon is free to relax in the well - kept gardens on this 19th century palace or by the swimming pool. Built for the Maharana to watch the major processions in Udaipur, its rooms are a blend of Rajput and European Styles.

Day 04 : Udaipur

Morning tour of the magnificent City Palace and the temples of Eklingji and the less frequented Ngada. The afternoon is free to relax.

Day 05 : Udaipur - Narlai
Drive through the Aravalli Hills to the majestic Kumbhalagharh Fort. Perched high above the palins. We lunch at the secluded Aoundhi Retreat. Descend from the hills to the religious village of Narlai (160 kms/ 4hrs) and stay at the charming Rawla Narlai, a converted former hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Jodhpur.

Day 06 : Narlai

Morning visit to the superb 15th century Jain temples in the quiet wooded valley of Ranakpur, one of the five Jain holy sties in India. Afternoon walking tour in the village of Narlai, where we are free to wonder around this fascinating village of artisans.

Day 07 : Narlai - Rohet

Morning drive to the Picturesque hamlet of Robet. The afternoon is free to explore the village of this Bishnoi community.

Day 08 : Rohet - Jodhpur

We Start today with a village safari in the area surrounding Rohet. Later drive to Jodhpur ( 40 kms / 1 hours) and check into our hotel.

Day 09 : Jodhpur

Morning tour of Jodhpur, including the imposing Meherangarh fort with its palaces and outstanding museum. Afternoon is free to explore Jodhpur further or relax at the hotel.

Day 10 : Jodhpur - JaipurRajasthan

Early Morning train to Jaipur (about 5 hrs. journey). An afternoon tour encompasses the City Palace, its museums and famed 18th century observatory, and elegant Place of the Winds.

Day 11 : Jaipur

We explore the medieval fort at Amber, which was the ancient capital of the Kachawha Rajputs. The afternoon is free to explore the " Pink City" further or relax in the atmospheric courtyard of our hotel.

Day 12 : Jaipur - Bharatpur

Morning drive (176 / 3 hrs) to the Bharatpur Bird Sancturary. The afternoon is occupied with viewing the abundant bird life.

Day 13 : Bharatpur - Fathephur Sikiri - Agra

Drive to Agra via the ghostly Mughal City of Fatepuhr Sikri, once the imperial capital (56 kms / 1hrs). Later visit Taj Mahal - one of the seven wonders of the world, Itmad-ud-Duala and Sikandara. Overnight in hotel.
Day 14 : Agra - Delhi / Back Home
Drive to Delhi and transfer to International airport for your flight back to home.(Hotel checkout 12 : 00 hrs)



Golden Triangle Tour

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi

Arrive Delhi. Meeting & Greeting at airport and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi - Agra (203 kms. / 4 hrs.)

Today, leave for sight-seeing tour, which includes Jama Masjid – the largest mosque of Emperor Shahjahan. Later proceed to India Gate -a 42 meter stone arch built in the memory of the Indian Soldiers who died in World War II, and the President's House, Humayun's Tomb (a memorial of the Mughals, its design is inspired by the Taj Mahal) and the Qutab Minar. Afternoon drive to Agra (203 Kms. & approx. 4 hrs. drive) and overnight in hotel. 

Day 03 : Agra - Jaipur (232 kms. / 5 hrs.)

In the morning proceed for City sightseeing which includes, Taj Mahal, an extravagant marble monument of love built by Shahjahan in 1653 as a memorial for his Queen Mumtaz Mahal. Then visit the Agra Fort -a red sandstone fort built by Akber in 1565.

Later, drive to Jaipur (232 kms. / approx. 5 hrs. drive) enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri - the old capital of Mughals. Check-in to the hotel and overnight in hotel.

(Taj Mahal is closed on all Fridays)

Day 04 : Jaipur

Depart for a full day city sightseeing of Jaipur. Enjoy an exciting Elephant ride on your way to the Amber Fort, followed by a visit to the City Palace where you can see and excellent collection of paintings, costumes and armoury. Then we proceed to Jantar Mantar a magnificent stone observatory built by Raja Jai Singh, Hawa Mahal -also known as "Palace of Winds". Overnight in Hotel.

Day 05 : Jaipur – Delhi – Onward Destination

After breakfast drive to Delhi 256 Kms. 05 hrs. On arrival transfer to airport to connect flight for onwards destination.



Land Cost:-  INR 26000/-


Cost includes

Cost Excludes

i) Room on sharing basis at each place as per itinerary with daily breakfast (total 04 nights)

ii) Aircon car through the tour for sightseeing & excursion

iii) Govt. Service Tax of 2.57% 

i) Expenses of personal nature

ii) Any air fare

iii) Airport Tax

iv) Any monument entry fee (to be paid directly at the monument)

Hotel used will be as under or equivalent category  


Hotel Name


Hotel Surya Shelter


Hotel Atithi 


Mandawa Haveli 



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