7 Days - A passage Through Time

Duration 7 Days Places Covered 5 Places Best Time September - April
Includes : Hotel stay + Transfers + Sightseeing + Guides
Places (Cities) Covered : Jaipur - Jodhpur - Mount Abu - Udaipur
Wind Palace, Jaipur


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Visit Rajasthan and marvel at its wonders. Jaipur, the Pink city, is also home to lakes and innumerable. The 6 nights, 7 day package would take you to the most popular Forts, which will stand in might for eternity. The temples and mosques and along with the Jain Mandir show the diversity in their culture.
The Hill Station Mount Abu would cool temperatures, and the boat rides are exciting. The gardens brim with greenness, and flowers that would make you feel pleasant. Rajasthan beckons you with folded hands and it’s high time to pack your bags and travel to Jaipur, which is your point of origin for this tour.


  • The Pink city welcomes you in all its splendour. Visit the numerous forts and marvel at the temples, Mosques.
  • Ajmer has more Mogul oriented sites than the rest of Rajasthan. The tomb of Chishti is the ideal start.
  • The Lord of Creation Brahma has very few temples in India. This is the most magnificent structure you would ever see.
  • Visiting Jodhpur is second to none in displaying its culture and the Moguls had a large role in this too. Visit the Mehrangarh Fort and museum to kick the day off, and you will be enthralled by the Mandore fort and gardens.
  • A day in Mount Abu, known as the Shimla of Rajasthan, and the Jain Temples are mind-boggling.
  • Udaipur has the City palace of its own and popularized by a Hollywood movie further. Your Last spot would be the Jagdish temple.

Jodhpur Palace

Tour Itinerary

You would be welcomed by our company representative Cosmovision, either in the Jaipur Airport or Railway station, as the situation would warrant. He would guide you to the hotels, where reservations for a room have been made for you. You can have a good lunch, and relax or sleep for a while since the tour kicks off early in the evening.

The first spot which we intend to go to is the Birla Mandir. This is Laxmi-Narayan temple, which is also known as Birla Mandir and they are spread throughout the northern belt of India. The temple‘s main deities are Lord Vishnu and his concert Goddess Laxmi. It is a construction in white marble and is surrounded by a lush green garden with huge varieties of flowers. The Walls of the temple have many Holy inscriptions on it.
Jaipur was bathed in pink as one might say. Pink is known for its hospitality, and that’s why Ram Singh the king then asked all the buildings and construction to be painted in Pink. The forts are many in Jaipur, Jaipur city rises in height in that background.

The day comes to a close, and we return to the hotel, for a good dinner and night sleep.
The day starts with a trip to a Fort called Amber fort. This is constructed atop a hill and there is a small township which surrounds it. The Amber Fort has many gates to it and lies 11 kilometers from Jaipur. The fort‘s path is all in cobble and one can see the Maota lake from the fort. The river is the source of water for the town and fort, and there is a place inside it called the Sukh Niwas which always experiences a cool climate, thanks to the wind which blows across the Maota River. 

The other places which are worth visiting are the Sheesh mahal(house of mirrors), the Diwan-E-Khas and the Jai Mandir. It is noteworthy to mention that the Amber fort is a combination of both Mughal and Rajput style of construction. 

Once we have stepped down from the Amber fort we are on our way to yet another impressive Fort. This is known as the Jaigarh Fort which towers 400 meters above the Amber Fort and one can view the Amber fort from there. There is a pathway between the forts and the Jaigarh Fort is very popular for one big attraction it has in it. It is the ‘Jaivana Cannon ‘which was manufactured in 1699. The cannonball shot from it would have an impact 22 miles away. The Jaigarh is adorned with gardens in it and water ponds, but it served as an escape route to the Rajput's if the situation arose. Once we climb down from the Aravalli range of hills, in which Jaigarh was located, we head straight to the City Palace. 

The City Palace is located in Jaipur, and the palace was where all the religious functions and celebrations would be held. The City Palace has a huge number of buildings, gardens , courtyards in it , and now a museum too. It was Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh the Second, who moved his royal court proceedings from Amber to the city palace.

It is past noon now, as we make our way to Jantar Mantar, which is a few kilometers away from the City Palace. This is a place, constructed by King Sawai Jai Singh the Second in 1734. It is in fact a monument and houses the world’s largest Sundial. In short, it has 19 astronomical Instruments in it. One can make out the astronomical positions in the sky when stared through these instruments.

Now it is time to hit the road once again, as we travel to Hawa mahal, which is also called the Palace of wind. The Mahal is fully constructed in red and pink sandstone and is the corner of most palaces in Jaipur. 

In other words, it starts at the edge of the City Palace and extends up to the Women’s chambers. The frontal would resemble a beehive and it has 953 windows in it. The ideas were to allow the women of the royal family to gaze at the outside world, without anyone observing them. Many would think that they are looking at the palace frontage, but they do not know that the front is actually the backside of the palace. 

With this, we wrap up for the day and as we drive back to the hotel, the thought of Jaipur’s forts would linger in your mind and through the night too.
After a good night’s sleep, and a sumptuous Breakfast at the hotel, You climb on to your transport and make your way to Pushkar

On reaching Pushkar. the travel time would be approximately above hours, and we would check into a hotel, which is part of the plan and the reservations are ready as you arrive. Once the check-in formalities are over, you can have your lunch there. 

Once luncheon is over, and a few minutes of relaxation, we embark to travel to Ajmer City

The first stop is at the Holy Dargah of Moinuddin Chisti. It is actually a tomb in honour of the famed preacher constructed in 1236. It was celebrated with great respect by all the emperors of any lineage as they continued to visit the tomb several times during their reign. The list included Mohammed Bin Tuglaq, Akbar etc. It is a pity that such a sanctimonious place was blasted with a bomb, set by two convicts in October 2007, which killed three and several wounded. 

Now, after our homage at the tomb, we set off to Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra, which is a massive structure inside the city of Ajmer. It is indeed a mosque and one of the oldest too. The Moghuls converted a Sanskrit college into a mosque in 1213CE. The beauty of the structure is that the new Mosque is placed, retaining the Hindu and Jain features, and the construction took place under the watchful eye of the Afghans. 

Only the statues and effigies were removed but the walls continued to portray the fact that it was not Islamic originally. From the Adhai Din, we make way for the Ana Sagar Lake, which was artificially created in Ajmer. The lake is spread over13 Km, and boating can be done here. From the lake, we travel to Daulat Bagh Gardens which is a vast garden, flushed with greenery and large open spaces. The garden was named so by Emperor Shah Jahan, but it has been renamed as Subbah bagh recently. The Civic Authorities named it so, since there is a huge statue of Subhash Chandra Bose in it, and boating facilities are available, along with some local dances and songs to entertain the tourists. 

It’s almost evening time now, and you need to see the Jagat pita Brahma Mandir located in Pushkar. Built in the 14th Century, these are one of the very few temples dedicated to the Lord of Creation and this temple stands tallest amongst them of all. 

After this, we call it a day at Pushkar Lake, as we return to the hotel, for a good dinner and sleep.
Day 4 takes us to the first spot, and that would be Mehrangarh Fort, which is situated in Jodhpur, atop a hill 125 meters high. 

There are several palaces inside the fort and is surrounded by impregnable walls. This fort happens to be the largest one in India, and there are seven gates to it. It also houses a museum in it which is again one of the largest in India. 

From here we proceed to the Mandore Fort and gardens. The Mandore fort has lost much of its architecture now and stands in ruins. The Mandore gardens have a huge collection of temples and memorials, with the high rock terrace making a wonderful impact on the sightseers. The Gardens have a temple in the name of Ravenna. 

The Museum is the next attraction, which is maintained by the Government. In it, there is a hall of Heroes which celebrates the local heroes. 

The day 4 ends thus in the garden, and we return to the hotel in Pushkar, have dinner and rest.
The day begins after a good breakfast and we proceed to Mount Abu, which is a Hill station in Rajasthan, and the only one. It is known as the Shimla of Rajasthan and very close to the border of Gujarat. 

As you enjoy the pleasant weather in Mount Abu, we make our way to the Dilwara Temples which is less than three km from Abu. Dilwara temples are a series of temples constructed by the Janis between the 11th and 16th Centuries. It is a perfect architecture and its reputation. The marble carvings are beautiful and can be marveled at for a long time. 

Now, it is time to exit sightseeing and proceed to Nakki Lake, for a boat ride experience. You would observe a huge rock that resembles a huge Toad about to dive into the lake. Nakki Lake is a huge one, and the boating is more exciting. 

You can enjoy walking around the lake enjoying the lush green atmosphere. It is time to return to the hotel, and anticipate the next day’s activities to be even more glorious.
The penultimate day. Have your breakfast, and board the vehicle as it leaves for Udaipur

Once you reach Udaipur, check into the rooms and relax a bit. 

Lunch will be served at noon, and now we embark on our journey to the City palace there. The city Palace in Udaipur was designed and built by the Mewar dynasty, and it took 400 years to complete it. It is different from other palaces and is constructed in a flamboyant style. This was also constructed on top of a hill and one gets a panoramic view of the whole city. 

To add to its fame, this was the palace in which they filmed the James Bond thriller ‘Octopussy’. From here we will visit Saheliyon-ki-Bari, which is a major garden and tourist spot in Udaipur. It houses a museum, fountains, a pool filled with lotus and many statues of white elephants to marvel at. 

From here we travel to the final spot of our tourist trip. The Jagdish temple is perched at the very center of Udaipur, and it is just outside the Royal Palace. It has been a place of worship without a break since 1651 and only the name has been changed now from Jagannath Rai to Jagdish. It is considered a major monument and is an architectural marvel.
Once breakfast is over it is time to bid adieu, you would be dropped at the airport / railway station at the appropriate time. .The Journey ends here. 

Conclusion : Rajasthan can be singled out as the state with maximum tourist attractions not only in India, but the World all over. There are at least 25 more spots to be seen above what has been presented in this passage. The weather is cool in September, and it is best to travel at that point.

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  • 06 Nights stay in resorts / hotels. 
  • Airport transfers and sightseeing tours in air conditioned car.
  • Gasoline charges, Toll tax, State Tax, Permit, Driver allowances.
  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort, Jaipur.
  • Boat ride at Lake Pichola in Udiapur.
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  • Driver allowances. 
  • Mineral water bottles during the journey. 
  • Personal assistance, care and attention by Cosmovision.

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City Palace, Jaipur
Elephant Ride at Jaipur
View from Amber Fort, Jaipur
City Palace, Udaipur
Lake Palace, Udaipur
Lake Pichola, Udaipur
Jodhpur Fort
Jodhpur Fort


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