10 Days - Rajasthan Tour

Duration 10 Days Places Covered 7 Places Best Time September - April
Includes : Hotel Stay + Transfers + Sightseeing + Guides
Places (Cities) Covered : Delhi - Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Udaipur - Pushkar
Jodhpur Fort


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All these destinations promise to leave you spellbound during your Rajasthan journey, with their stunning attractions and colorful backdrop. Rajasthan, dubbed as the 'Land of Kings,' is dotted with magnificent palaces, vivid cuisine, and great delicacy.
Here you can witness the beauty of Indian architecture, which is a mixture of Hindu Mughal and Rajput's skills. Rajasthan has also been renowned from time immemorial for its vibrant culture.
From time immemorial, Rajasthan is also famous for its vibrant culture. You will get to see the most vibrant places in the country during this Rajasthan Journey. Check out the comprehensive Itinerary below for more information about this particular trip.

Delhi is the point of origin for this trip, and the splendor of those historic buildings stands second to none. Neither would anyone less enjoy the Taj Mahal in Agra or the forts of the ghost town, Fathepur Sikri.


  • Visit Delhi and all the splendid structures.
  • Enjoy the lovely trip to Agra.
  • Explore famous Jain temples of Ranakpur.
  • Short and sweet trip to the Mughal Town, Fatehpur Sikri.
  • Delight in Jaipur City Tour including Amber Fort, City Palace, and Jantar Mantar.
  • Go for Udaipur day tour including Jagdish Temple, Jag Mandir, and Saheliyon-Ki-Bari.
  • Enjoy boating on Lake Pichola.
  • Visit Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, Apteshwar Temple and Old Rang Ji Temple.

Taj Mahal, Agra

Tour Itinerary

You would be received at the airport by our representative and guide to take you to the hotel, where you ushered in your respective rooms. 

Have lunch, some sleep, and after tea, you can stroll around and visit nearby attractions like the India gate. Return for dinner and well-deserved rest. 

The tour starts the next day.
After a good breakfast, we embarked on our first trip. 

The Laxmi Narayan Temple, also called Birla Mandir is a Hindu temple in Delhi, India, dedicated to Laxmi Narayan. Laxmi Narayan refers typically to Vishnu, the Trimurti Preserver, also known as Narayan when he is with Lakshmi as his consort. The temple is one of Delhi's most prominent attractions and draws tons of devotees at the Janmashtami and Diwali Hindu festivals. 

Next, we travel to the Parliament House, or Sansad Bhavan is one of New Delhi's most impressive structures, located at the end of the Sansad Marg. The House of Parliament consists of a central hall that is circular and is considered a very significant part of the building. 

Once we finish this, we go to the Red Fort, a fortress in New Delhi's national capital. It was the principal residence of the Mughal dynasty emperors, located in the center of the city. Designed in the year 1939 by Shah Jahan, this majestic piece of art derives its name from its impregnable red sandstone walls. Today, this landmark is home to several museums that display an assortment of valuable artifacts. Each year on Independence Day, the Indian Prime Minister unfurls the national flag here.

From here, we travel to the Jama Masjid. Shah Jahan’s last architectural extravagance, the Jama Masjid towers over Old Delhi and is India’s largest mosque. The mosque was established by Shah Jahan in 1650 and had taken six years to build, and got over by 1656. The Jama Masjid's large yard can accommodate up to twenty-five thousand worshippers and houses many fascinating artifacts, along with an ancient copy of the Quran engraved on deer's skin. 

The most important of places is what we visit next. Raj Ghat was the memorial raised on the same site, where his last rites took place. Vanu G. Bhuta was responsible for making Gandhi's monument, a black marble platform symbolizing his life's simplicity and accepting his last words 'Hey Ram.' We fold our hands in respect and make our way next to the Jantar Mantar

The Jantar Mantar in Delhi is a prime example of the world, culture, and values coming together. The incredible collection of historic instruments it houses can leave you mesmerized. Built to observe planetary positions with the naked eye, it embodies many architectural developments. From Science, we travel to history again. 

Looking tall and proud as the symbol of Mughal influence and dominance, Qutub Minar is an iconic landmark that speaks out Delhi's story like no other. Located in Mehrauli-Delhi's heritage shop, the site is also the location for the three-day annual Qutub Festival-a festival of musicians, artists, and dancers. 

Next is entertainment at the red fort. The Sound and Light Show at The Red Fort is a 1-hour audio-video as it highlights the past of Delhi and Red Fort. The show also shows the struggle for Indian Independence that begins with wise speeches by Chandrasekhar Azad and Mahatma Gandhi with a moment of pride in capturing the tunes like Vande Mataram and Sare Jahan se acha. Ends with a speech by Jawaharlal Nehru and Indian National anthem is also sung at the end. 

It’s been a long exciting day, and we make our way back to the hotel.
We check out of the hotel in Delhi and travel to Agra

Here we check into another hotel, and lunch follows, with some relaxation. We start with a visit to Imad-Ud-Daulah's Tomb. The Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah is one of the City of Agra's most impressive historical wonders.

This shrine serves as the inspiration behind the Taj Mahal. It is recognized for this reason as the "Baby Taj Mahal" Many visitors visiting Agra for the Taj Mahal are also searching for the tomb of The Itmad-ud-Daulah.

Given similarities, Itimad-Ud-Daulah's tomb is deemed a more delicate artwork than the Taj Mahal, with screens of marble lattice, and beautiful carvings. 

When you visit Agra, you will visit this unique house, which is the beginning of every marble monument that venerates Agra. 

The evening is stroll time, and some shopping can be done at Agra, after which we return for dinner and sleep.
The Taj Mahal is a massive mausoleum complex built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1632 to house his beloved wife's remnants. The renowned complex, constructed over 20 years on the southern bank of the Yamuna River in Agra, India, is one of the most exemplary examples of Mughal architecture incorporating Indian, Persian, and Islamic styles. 

We catch the Taj, just at dawn time, and it is a treat to the eyes. 

The Jama Masjid is a mosque complex in a quadrangle configuration, with the mosque itself standing on the west side. A single roof, two castle-like halls on either side, and two square chambers topped with a roof define the mosque. The palace of Jodha Bai is the most significant and most crucial component of Imperial Harem, with all its amenities, arrangements, and safeguards. The name palace Jodha Bai is in itself, a misnomer. The building is most widely known as being for Rani wa or Zenani-Dyodhi. The Birbal Bhavan is a magnificent temple carved inside out ornately. It was here that Birbal resided. It has four square rooms, all linked by open doorways, and the lower Haramsara held the vast collection of live-in female servants in Akbar. 

Next, we visit the Panch Mahal in Fatehpur Sikri, which is a five-story structure. Renowned for its outstanding architecture, it is near the quarters of the harem or zenana, which is appropriate because it has functioned as a palace of pleasure. Buland Darwaza was designed as a symbol of triumph over Gujarat and is also known as the "Gate of Magnificence," a high gateway designed by Mughal Emperor Akbar in the 16th century A.D. Buland Darwaza symbolizes the Mughals 'architectural prowess. The Buland Darwaza leads to the Jama Masjid complex and the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti Tomb.
We start the Jaipur trip with a visit to this magnificent structure, with its maze-like passages and winding staircases, is also widely known as the Amber Fort and is an architectural masterpiece of significant significance and is only 11 kilometers away from the capital city of Jaipur and is part of an extensive complex.

The Amber Fort overlooks the Maotha Lake in the town of Amer. Having an Elephant ride up the stairs to Amber Fort is also an everyday activity for tourists. 

The 5-star Chokhi Dhani Resort is next, and it offers cottages with rich ethnic design influences to imitate a typical royal village. Local fabrics, antique furnishings, and warm colors bring a comfortable yet elegant look to any air-conditioned cottage. 

Visitors can relax with a Herbal massage in the spa after exercising at the gym, or visit the sauna and steam rooms.
Day six starts with Mehrangarh Fort is prestigious in Jodhpur, owing to its splendid architecture and its related rich past. Mehrangarh fort was founded by Rao Jodha in the year 1459, considered one of the most formidable and majestic forts of Rajasthan. 

From this fort, one can see the panoramic view of the city of Jodhpur, which appears as a blue carpet laid at the foot of a hill. Every Jodhpur ruler contributed to the creation of this fort. Within the fort are five palaces and also two temples, Chamundi Devi Mandir and Nagnechiaji Mandir. The Jiva Grande Spa has two swimming pools and pampering services, including Art Deco and Renaissance architecture. Luxurious air-conditioned rooms and rooms, all fitted with a flat-screen T.V. The white marbled architecture is a Rajput clan memorial site. This memorial was built by Maharaja Sardar Singh in the 19th century, in memory of his father, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, Jodhpur's 33rd Rathore ruler. 

One has to visit this memorial on their trip to Jodhpur, which has a temple-like architecture. Jaswant Thada is an excellent example of the elegance of the architecture. The construction is of white marbles that are so perfect that the entire building's exterior surface gives off a warm glow during sunlight. It currently shows several paintings and portraits of the rulers of Jodhpur. 

Lake Kalyana is a perfect location for all bird watchers. It is an artificial lake. Spread over an 8 km long field, Kaylana Lake is the best place to witness the spectacular sunset, and we do that. It's a beautiful place for leisure or to have fun with family and friends. Phool Mahal Palace has as its backdrop the massive Kishangarh Fort and is washed in front of it by the monsoon fed Gundalao Lake, an architectural setting quite rarely seen in Rajput history. 

It's night time and we return to our hotels.
It is a drive that takes us to Ranakpur, which is a small picturesque town nestled in Rajasthan's secluded Aravali Ranges valley.

Situated in the Pali district about 96 km north of Udaipur, it is an essential destination for Jain pilgrims. A rare spectacle of greenery and gushing streams, an uncommon sight in Rajasthan, is presented at the spot. 

Within Jainism, there are many temples dedicated to various Tirthankaras such as Adinatha, Parasnath, and Chaumukha Temple with beautiful architecture

Rightly dubbed 'A spiritual oasis in Aravalli,' Ranakpur is a place of mesmerizing beauty that will leave you with a rejuvenated soul filled with awe. 

We return after this to the hotel.
The central part of the Itinerary we visit Udaipur today. 

Established in the 15th century, the City Palace exhibits Udaipur's Rajput heritage, ancient paintings, royal dress, historic war souvenirs, and many more. 

Go to the nearby Jagdish Temple with your guide and experience the beauty of the Indo-Aryan architectural style. The majestic temple was built in 1651 by Maharana Jagat Singh, and the main deity is the Hindu god Vishnu, believed to be the preserver of the universe. Jagdish Temple is one of Udaipur's famous temples.

Located in the Udaipur City Palace complex, this temple reflects the architectural style of Indo-Aryan. The three-story Jagdish Temple is a marvel of architecture that includes beautifully sculpted pillars, beautiful ceilings, painted walls, and spacious halls. 

Also known as the Garden of Maidens, Saheliyon Ki Bari is one of those wonders of nature created for a woman by a man. Women find little to no significant place in Indian history, but things are different when we turn to Udaipur's Mewar Kingdom history. 

Bada Bazar offers a multitude of small shops, large showrooms, and exhibits showcasing the incredible variety of Rajasthani luxurious products. Traditional, brightly colored clothing is available at any move you take. It is a perfect place to shop souvenirs for your loved ones in Udaipur. 

Mochi means cobbler, and it's all about shoes in this bazaar. The leather shoes come handmade and have bright threads embroidered. The leather curing is not of very high quality, making its prices relatively affordable, making it one of the best shopping spots for leather shoes in Udaipur. 

Savor boat ride on Lake Pichola-An artificial freshwater lake built-in 1362 AD, named after the nearby village of Pichola. In the center of the lake lies the famed Lake Palace (now converted into a heritage hotel).

Within Pichola Lake are two islands, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir. It’s been one exciting day, and sleep beckons us.
The holy visit to Pushkar City is next. It is located in Ajmer District and is a 143 Km drive from Jaipur. 

The name Pushkar was taken from the main lake there called Pushkar lake, and this is where the Hindus take a holy bath, close to the Ganges. 

The Lord of creation, Brahma, has a temple here, and that is a special thing. We visit the Gurudwaras, built by the Sikhs and dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh and Guru Nanak after a couple of temples. The main draw is Pushkar, as it draws more than a million domestic and international visitors each year. 

The Jagatpita temple is the other temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu with a considerable reputation, and there are 52 Ghats near the Pushkar dam, from where the Holy Dip takes place. 

Apteshwar temple, a highly significant and popular religious attraction in the town of Pushkar, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Among the 400 temples that Pushkar protects within its borders, this place of worship, or one may say, a holy edifice of equal significance to that of the Brahma temple. It is, in reality, an underground shrine built during the 12th century. 

Therefore, the statue of the presiding deity, Shiva, maintains its place in the shape of a colossal Linga with a copper snake encircled around it in the main hall, down the earth.
It's day ten, and the last one. You fly back to Delhi, and check out of the hotel and are escorted to your port of embarkation for your onward journey.

Conclusion : The tour was quite a stretched one, in a sense, that so many spots got covered in a matter of nine days. These memories will bring you back to after a while.

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  • 09 Nights stay in resorts / hotels.
  • Airport transfers and sightseeing tours in air conditioned car.
  • Gasoline charges, Toll tax, Permit, Driver allowances.
  • English speaking guide while sightseeing tours.
  • Rikshaw ride at Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi.
  • Tonga ride at Agra.
  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort in Jaipur.
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  • Driver allowances. 
  • Mineral water bottles during the journey. 
  • Personal assistance, care and attention by Cosmovision.

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Red Fort in Delhi
Qutub Minar in Delhi
Rikshaw Ride in Old Delhi
City Palace, Udaipur
Pichola Lake, Udaipur
Elephant Ride, Amber Fort
Taj Mahal, Agra
Palace of Winds, Jaipur


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