Experience The Pinnacle Of Indian Heritage With Treasure Trip India
Indian history is a deep well of phenomenal culture and tradition that has its roots back into the medieval era. the country has a past full of glorious emperors and colossal dynasties that has imparted a massive imprint to its values seen today.
Cities such as Delhi Agra and Jaipur are known for their strong roots connected to the mesmerizing tales from the past. Each city is a tourist hub, and every year tourists flock these cities to personally experience the lingering majesty of the gone-by eras in the form of monuments and palaces. If you have been searching for Delhi Agra Jaipur tour package 3 days, then you have come to the right spot.
We at Treasure Trip India believe in fully experiencing the cities at custom pace. It is possible to get the best of a city in just one day but to experience it in a significant way; it is ideal to spend more time exploring the corners and famous places.
The Timelessness Of The Qutub Minar And Red Fort
The Delhi Agra Jaipur tour package is one of the most complete touring experiences you can get. It includes a total of 3 nights and four days and also another variant is available for those who want a shorter trip version.
Delhi is known for its beautiful monuments that include the Qutub Minar that can be seen from far as it is one of the most iconic monuments to exist in the world. The red fort surprises most of the tourists as it is nothing short of a fantasy novel castle. The architecture is so strikingly similar one can have a hard time discerning the reality.
The Fascination With Taj And Hawa Mahal
The tour continues to Agra, where you are bound to be swept off your feet by the grandiosity of the Taj Mahal, the Agra fort will amuse you by its intricate architecture. The third city on the tour is Jaipur where you will be spellbound by the tales related to the wondrous Hawa mahal.
The Jantar Mantar is going to intrigue you with the astronomical tools considering its time of development. Overall the >golden triangle tour packages are the most well-rounded packages you can opt for having a fulfilled tour experience.
The amalgamation of Mughlai, Rajasthani and European Architecture at the City Palace
City Palace, popularly known as the ‘Chandra Mahal’ amongst its local residents was built between 1729 and 1732. It is a source of rich architecture reflected in its grand pillars, latticework or jail work and carved interiors.
It houses the very famous Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum and the residence of the royal family of Jaipur. The architectural plan of the complex was entrusted by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, the chief architect. Therefore, the architect designed the Palace Complex according to the texts of Vastushastra. However the imprints of classic European art and the rich Mughlai patterns have also left an indelible imprint on the beauty of the colossal palace, which makes it a must visit when in Jaipur.
The forgotten Gems of Agra
Well, Agra isn’t pretty much all about the Taj, rather we have many more such wonders embedded deeply in the history of the city. First of all it is Ram Bagh, the oldest Mughal Garden in India. It was built by first Mughal Emperor Babar.
It is built on the banks of river Yamuna and was earlier known as Aram Bagh. Second, is Roman Catholic Cemetery ( Red Taj Mahal ), also known as John William Hessing’s Tomb was built by his beloved wife Ann Hessing. Although it is a Roman Catholic Cemetery the influence of Mughal architecture is evident all over the place.
And the last but not the least is the Chini Ka Rauza, the tomb of Shah Jahan’s Prime Minister Allama Afzal Khan Mullah. The monument got its name from the colored tiles which were imported from China. It was built in the Persian style of architecture. It is located very near to Taj Mahal overlooking the Yamuna. Unfortunately these monuments lose their glamour in the larger-than-life image of the Taj, but the history freaks must try them out!