All You Need To Know About Golden Triangle Tour India

India is a vast country with a lot of places it can boast of. Travellers have it on their bucket list and want to tick it off at least once in their life. The Golden Triangle Tour is a package filled with the perks of 3 cities at the same time. Fancy an Indian tour but worried of planning and the subsequent execution? Fret not. Golden Triangle Tour is a package worth your notice, while, and consideration. A royal deal which entails the three cities of India – Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Delhi, being the capital city, is home to whatever you can possibly think of – from rickshaw rides to street hopping. Agra has a lot in its store to catch the fancy of those who are big on culture and history. Jaipur is the hub of regal vibrations which is sure to keep you hooked. All in all, the whole kit and caboodle is rolled into this one package.

Dig In The Delhi Den

People from all walks of life can be seen in Delhi. Delhi is the melting pot of all directions – North, South, East, and West. Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Qutub Minar are some of the sightly sights that Delhi has to offer. The sprawling markets along with vibrant colours and shops around the historical monuments make for the amazing getaway. Shopping arenas, be it a local market or a high-end mall, will leave you with the both traditional and contemporary stuff in hand. Street shopping in Delhi is what people look for. Amazing designs and lots of variety at a dirt cheap rate is what entices people from abroad. Well, bargaining and donning the hat of a haggler is altogether a different fun. Coming to cuisine, Delhi is the hub of food. Name any food and you’ll have it. A number of restaurants along with cafes, hotels, motels, etc. rest in the city waiting for people to whet their appetite and fill themselves to their heart’s content.

Places to visit Delhi

A historic fort, red in colour which is located in the Central Delhi. It has a lot of museums in it, and is an architecture worth a visit which took almost a decade to complete and come into limelight. Travellers can enjoy the Light and Sound show which showcases the history of the fort. The show is shown every evening in both Hindi and English. 

Built by Shah Jahan, it is a mosque which has minarets made of red sandstone and white marble. Being one of the largest and most popular mosques of India, it is originally known as Masjid-i Jahan-Numa which meant the commanding view of the world. 

Originally named All India War Memorial, it is a very famous and important site to visit. It is was built to commemorate the soldiers of Indian Army who fought in wars. People come from far and wide to see this. One can simply relax in the surrounding and enjoy the pristine fountains and while away one’s time. And there is no entry fees for anyone. 

It is International Society for Krishna Consciousness which is known as Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Mandir. A temple of Lord Krishna and Radharani, is an important structure embellished with the work of Russian artists. It is located at Hare Krishna Hills in the East Kailash region. 

It is one of those places which pulls everyone owing to its amazing shape. It resembles the lotus flower which is white in colour. Anyone can visit this temple irrespective of his religion, caste or creed. Made of marble clad petals, it is a symbol of harmony among people since it related to Bahai faith. 

It is one of the best places to soak yourself in the spirituality and serenity. Yes, it is a house for believers of Sikh religion but it is open to all. It is a must-visit place. It has a beautiful pool inside it and langar is organized on daily basis where anyone can eat in the Gurudwara. 

A tall structure made of red sandstone and marble, Qutub Minar, is situated in Mehrauli, Delhi. It is a significant historical attraction which consists of five storeys and has spiral staircase of 379 steps. Parso-Arabic and Nagari inscriptions can be clearly seen at various sections of this amazing structure. 

Shopping

Shopping arenas, be it a local market or a high-end mall, will leave you with the both traditional and contemporary stuff in hand.

Amazing designs and lots of variety at a dirt cheap rate is what entices people from abroad. Well, bargaining and donning the hat of a haggler is altogether a different fun in these markets. Travellers can lay their hands of cheap clothes fit for all seasons. 

Clothes, bags, shoes, jewellery, paintings, handicrafts, and what not! Just near Connaught Place, you can barge in this market and stuff your bags with all things pretty. If you are good at bargaining, you could buy oodles. It is also known as Tibetan Market as a lot of things from Tibet grace this market.  

This is one market which is known for its class. One can also indulge in street shopping here. There are a lot of branded outlets here where you can buy clothes, cosmetics, shoes, antiques, etc. There are book shops and bookstores along with cafes and restaurants. A unique market that hits the spot. 

Famous for its traditional Indian garments, this attracts people like no other. Books, shoes, gadgets, clothes, etc. is what you get here. It is one of the oldest markets in Delhi which is not to be missed at any cost.

Festivals

Festivals are the heart and soul of India, and one can see the flurry of cultural extravagance and witness the spirit of people during the festivals.

Both fall in the month of October-November and is celebrated with great verve and energy. Not only the capital city but the entire country dazzles in lights and colours of sparkles on Diwali. 

the festival of colours is celebrated in the month of March which is also the arrival of spring season. People smear colours on one another and play with water and colours. 

You can attend the parade which is highly majestic and speaks volumes about India and its diverse states. January and August are the apt months to witness the glorious parade. 

This festival matters a lot for the Muslims all over the world. Delhi celebrates this festival with equal fervour and zeal. Chandni Chowk in Delhi smells of heavenly delicacies around Eid. Great pomp and show can be seen on this day. 

Navratri is a festival of 9 days in which Goddesses are celebrated with great honour and reverence. People also observe fast during these days. Janamashtmi is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna.

Talking of weather, the most pleasant months are November, Feb and March which are mildly cold. The remaining months are either hot or cold. But the Golden Triangle Tour is totally worth it. 

Famous for its traditional Indian garments, this attracts people like no other. Books, shoes, gadgets, clothes, etc. is what you get here. It is one of the oldest markets in Delhi which is not to be missed at any cost.

Food

Coming to cuisine, Delhi is the hub of food. Name any food and you’ll have it. A number of restaurants along with cafes, hotels, etc. rest in the city waiting for people to whet their appetite and fill themselves to their heart’s content. 

1.Cholle Bhatoore
2.Gol gappas and bhalla papdi
3.Paranthas and lassi
4.Samosa and kachori
5.Daulat ki chaat

Old Delhi –  the heart of Delhi, is an oldie but goodie where you can feast on snacks, chaat, spicy food and finger-licking food doled out on stalls. The ancient shops may have become old but they certainly have not become old-fashioned.Cholle Bhatoore, ram ji ka laddoo, bhalla papdi can drive people insane. Parathe waali gali is famous as you can have parathas and lassi for power breakfast, People from all parts of the world also go mad keen on the desserts too which are blinding sweet with milk, nuts and dairy products in it.

South Delhi – This is where you can channelise your inner city buff and revel in bars and pubs. The party animal in you can paint the town red in the company of nightclubs and various malls which provide food along with entertainment. A number of cafes, bars, pubs and restaurant dot this place. Food along with fun is a double treat for the travellers who can let their hair down along with a nosh. Having a great meal washed down with drinks is what everyone wishes for! And Delhi provides it all.

Agra

Agra is located on the banks of the river Yamuna. It is the capital of Uttar Pradesh, known for a number of things since ages. Say Agra, and the Taj Mahal immediately crops up. This is the beauty of this place that attracts people from all over the globe. A city that boasts of one of the wonders of the world is home to many forts and monuments as well. The culture , festivals and spirit of the city makes it unique. Everything about Agra is fetching.

Places to visit Agra

The city boasts of its iconic, grand and impressive monument called Taj Mahal. Travellers from all nooks and corners of the world come here to get themselves clicked in front of the Taj which is made of the ivory-white marble. The beauty of the Taj is mesmerising and it takes a while to soak in its ultimate grandeur and splendour. A monument which is called a symbol of love is an attraction that pulls both lovers and non-lovers alike. Built in the memory of Shah Jahan’s wife Mumtaz Mahal, it is set behind a pool inside a courtyard. 

It is also known as Red Fort and symbolizes the rich legacy of the Mughals. It is made of red sandstone and marble. Located near Taj Mahal, it was started by the emperor Akbar. The structures of this fort speak volumes about the glorious past of the medieval period. A mesmerizing view of Taj Mahal can be seen from this fort.

It is made of red sandstone, built by Akbar. Sikri was the capital of Mughal Empire. Being a heritage site and one of the top most attractions, it attracts one and all. If you are a history buff, this place will sure catch your fancy. And if you happen to be shutterbug, well, then you are in for a big visual treat. 

It is also one of the architectural masterpieces of Mughal architecture which is four-tiered pyramid. Situated in Sikandra, the architecture has Gothic Mughal style and Hindu Rajputana design. Deep red sandstone and white marble is what went into the making of this amazing tomb. There are geometric and floral designs too. 

 It is an oldest Mughal garden which has pathways and canal which divide the garden. There are four main divisions with paths and waterways. Originally called Aram Bagh, it means Garden of Rest. 

Shopping

Known for its marble crafts, it has a lot of miniature objects, marble vases, ornamental boxes, etc. One can also fill their boots, jackets and slippers from this amazing city. You can also stock yourself up on rugs, mats and carpets.

is one place where you can shop no end of things at this one place.
Known for its marble crafts, it has a lot of miniature objects, marble vases, ornamental boxes, etc. One can also fill their boots, jackets and slippers from this amazing city. You can also stock yourself up on rugs, mats and carpets.

A market with history, it has a lot to good quality products like clothes, handicrafts, rugs, glassware, etc. to offer at a quite decent rate.

This market is located near Agra Fort. After taking in the beauty of the fort, one can relax by indulging in a shopping spree. Silk products are the specialty here be it sarees or suits. 

Famous for its quality products, this market has everything you need. What better than getting a host of things like clothes, shoes, furniture, vegetables, etc. at one spot. Yay to the reasonable rates here. 

Agra is famous for its footwears. Different colours, a lot of variety at a decent range is what Agra’s Shoe Market offers. One can put one’s best foot forward by donning footwears bought from here. The area around the market is congested but it would sure bring a cheerful smile on your face.
For a more city-like vibe, one can go have fun at TDI Mall and spend some moments of leisure and shop branded and non-branded stuff as well. 

Festivals

It is a big festival organized by Uttar Pradesh Tourism in the month of February which highlights the mind-boggling wrks of the local craftsmen. Various folk performances with a variety of food along with a huge display of art and craft marks the festival. It marks the onset of spring season.

It is a marriage procession of Lord Rama which is a beautiful and special event organized every year in Agra. Ram Barat around Diwali is an event that celebrates Lord Rama. People throng the event in large number to witness this part of Ramleela and take in it with full enthusiasm and fervour. 

They are the famous fairs known for the celebration of spirituality. Fairs and festivals have their own charm in Agra. Ram Barat around Diwali is an event that celebrates Lord Rama. 

This festival the literary stalwarts makes for an interesting event which can be cherished. One can soak in the intellectual and eclectic mix of things in Agra by attending this festival.
You can visit here anytime since it does not disappoint you no matter what time fo the year it is. Better still if you visit in mild weather when it is not extreme hot or extreme chilly.

Food

The delicacies offered in Agra are no less. Be it street-food for fine-dining, there is everything in this Taj city which will sure tickle your tastebuds and senses. 

Going to Agra and returning without eating petha mithai is a sin. Whether you are a foodie or not, petha is meant for everyone to fix your sugar and dessert rush. There are various variants of petha, dry, soft, hard and liquid. 

Snacking on Dalmoth, a very popular snack, with tea or any drink is the best things to savour if you do not have a sweet tooth. Hive it away with you, it is pretty light and dry, hence becomes very easy to stock and carry. What is known by the name of aaloo tikki in Delhi is known as bhalla in Agra. It is a yummy plate of chaat served hot with chutney. 

A meat lover? Well, Mughlai cuisine is also of the best things Agra is known for. One can feast on a lot of dishes along with dried nuts.

Travellers often struggle with their breakfast, but parathas and bedai/kachori are always the perfect answers. Loaded with butter and accompanied with pickle and curd is a paratha which can drive all the blues away. One can partake in the parathas at a reasonable price with excellent taste.

Deviram Sweets at MG Road serves mouthwatering hot and crispy jalebis which are a joy to bite into. 

Jack up the royal quotient in Jaipur

Agra is located on the banks of the river Yamuna. It is the capital of Uttar Pradesh, known for a number of things since ages. Say Agra, and the Taj Mahal immediately crops up. This is the beauty of this place that attracts people from all over the globe. A city that boasts of one of the wonders of the world is home to many forts and monuments as well. The culture , festivals and spirit of the city makes it unique. Everything about Agra is fetching.

Places to visit Jaipur

Experience the royalty and immerse in the regal vibe of kings and queens at City Palace here in the Pink City. The rush of the bygone era is sure to hit you when you enter the palace. Built by Maharaja Sawai Singh, it is one amazing architecture with art galleries and museums as well created out of the transformation of the complexes. There are four gateways which symbolize four seasons. It also includes Mubarak Mahal and Chandra Mahal palaces in it along with beautiful gardens and courtyards. 

Made of red and pink sandstone, Hawa Mahal is a five storey building in the shape of a pyramid. There are different chambers with pillars with minimal ornamentation along with 953 windows through which the breeze blows inside the palace. The Palace of the Breeze gives a stunning view of City Palace and Jantar Mantar. 

An architecture built by the Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh 11 is not-to-be-missed monument. It has world’s largest sundial and consists of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments. The astronomical positions at this place can be observed with the naked eye. 

What awesome place to have a complete and amazing view of the city Jaipur. People plan their picnics here, and many summer excursions take place here. The fort is named after Nahar Singh Bhomia. The scenic views and the medieval architecture of the fort are extremely arresting. 

Considered a very opulent and attractive palace, Amer Fort has a number of gates and cobbled paths. It is made of red sandstone and white marble. The views of sunup and sundown from here are the epitome of the eternal beauty. There is Sheesh Mahal inside the fort which is a very enthralling and captivating hall. The background of Maota lake makes it all the more appealing and majestic. 

It is one stunning Rajputana architecture. Jal Mahal or Water Palace is located in the midst of the Man Sagar. This Mahal will leave you spellbound with its five storeys. It is built with red sandstone. When the lake is filled, the four storeys remain underwater which makes for a breathtaking scene. The best time to visit is evening when it looks electrifying. 

Festival

It is celebrated with full gusto and verve in Jaipur where women participate and revel in their traditions. Teez which falls in the month of August is a festival which sure needs to be witnessed as it brings the outset of all the festivals. Women on this day observe fast for the long life of their husbands.

Soar in the revelry along with flying the kites high up in the sky by simply cheering for the KIte festival here in the Pink City. Elephant Festival in the city is a sight to behold in which elephants are taken out in processions.

If you are bent on literature and books, you can go attend Jaipur Literature Festival which is the confluence of emerging artists and intellectuals and the veterans.

Celebrated here with energy and enthusiasm to celebrate the victory of good over evil and virtue over vice. The effigies of Ravana are burnt on this day to mark the destruction of evil. 

Considered a very opulent and attractive palace, Amer Fort has a number of gates and cobbled paths. It is made of red sandstone and white marble. The views of sunup and sundown from here are the epitome of the eternal beauty. There is Sheesh Mahal inside the fort which is a very enthralling and captivating hall. The background of Maota lake makes it all the more appealing and majestic. 

Food

Food in Rajasthan is unbeatable. The local cuisine gives every other kind of food a run for their money. A haven for the royal aficionados. How can anyone go wrong with the luxury experienced in Jaipur?! There is no earthly reason not to come to this place fit for kings and queens again. 

An assortment of various delicacies in a thali is what Jaipur is known for. Feast on various morsels and get transported into a local world. It is a comfort and soul food which is sure to arouse your senses. 

Made of dal and baati, it is made with a different combination of dals (lentils) and baati (hard wheat rolls). It is a three-in-one treat for who want to have a slice of the local food. 

Rolls can roll you back to Jaipur anytime. Such is the charm of kathi rolls here in Jaipur. Spicy, yummy, soft kathi rolls are a perennial favourite of everyone. There is something special about the way they are done here in Jaipur. 

Made of onions, this fried snack is what people die for. It is downright toothsome and spicy. It can make your any day, trust us. Try it, and you won’t regret.

Considered a very opulent and attractive palace, Amer Fort has a number of gates and cobbled paths. It is made of red sandstone and white marble. The views of sunup and sundown from here are the epitome of the eternal beauty. There is Sheesh Mahal inside the fort which is a very enthralling and captivating hall. The background of Maota lake makes it all the more appealing and majestic. 

Shopping

To make the most out of one’s journey, one must head to this market for buying jewellery, sarees and lehangas. Lehangas of Jaipur are famous all over the country. Make sure you do not miss out on these precious treasures. 

Creativity runs in Chandpole bazaar like anything. A variety of out-of-the-box stuff can be seen here. It is singularly unique and will give you a creative high.

 All things Jaipuri is what you get in this highly fashionable street here. Embroidered clothes, lehariya prints, Jaipuri woolens. Shawls, skirts, kurtas, you name it! Just a walking distance from MI Road this draws people to a high extent. Grab the handicrafts, carpets, marble sculptures, etc. 

Aravali has all what you can afford without making a grimace. It caters to everyone’s daily needs and requirements. Blankets, quilts, giftware, ethnic furniture, suits, – lots to look out for in this market. 

From dupattas to bedsheets, this market is a firm favourite among people. If you are in a rush, head to Badi Chaupar. Have ample time on hand? Even better. It is known for its embroidered and printed material which catches the fancy of one and all. This market also makes for the best place from where can hoard little gifts and tokens of love for your family and relatives back home.

Go on a feet fling with amazing footwears in legs from this bazaar. Rajasthani jootis and mojris are famous for their traditional and unique charm. Nobody is his or her right mind would leave Jaipur without shelling a few bucks on jootis

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