Pushkar Fair also referred to as camel fair is held in lakeside village of Pushkar in Rajasthan. It’s undoubtedly the foremost colourful fairs of India and visitors from everywhere the planet come here to enjoy this unique experience. The festival is understood as camel fair because people from everywhere Rajasthan and nearby places throng the fair with their camels, horses and other livestock to trade the fair. No but 30,000 camels are here to participate in competitions like beauty contest, races and dances.
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Pushkar Fair also referred to as camel fair is held in lakeside village of Pushkar in Rajasthan. It’s undoubtedly the foremost colourful fairs of India and visitors from everywhere the planet come here to enjoy this unique experience. The festival is understood as camel fair because people from everywhere Rajasthan and nearby places throng the fair with their camels, horses and other livestock to trade the fair. No but 30,000 camels are here to participate in competitions like beauty contest, races and dances. The town also turns into a shopper’s paradise because the bazaar is about up and visitors can bargain for silver and semi-precious jewellery, puppets, tie and die fabric and handicrafts. Although Pushkar fair is that the main highlight of the tour but It’s not limited only to the fair and also gives a chance to travel during a fantasy land of forts and palaces. You’ll also get to ascertain “Taj Mahal”, one among the Seven Wonders of the planet and historic city of Delhi.You can also customize this itinerary to create your tailor-made trip to india
Arrival at Delhi Airport. You’ll be greeted by our representative at the Airport and transferred to hotel. Later start tour of latest Delhi with wide tree lined avenues, parks and fountains surrounding the imposing Government and State Buildings. Drive past the imposing India Gate, the ParliamentBuildings and President House. Then visit QutabMinar, inbuilt 1193 A.D. It’s a striking medieval tower of victory of Persian architecture style. Next stop is Humayun’s Tomb. Afternoon, drive to Raj Ghat, where Gandhi was cremated. Then visit Delhi that has visit to Red Fort. Enjoy a rickshaw ride along the alleys of ancient bazaar of ChandniChowk with stop at Jama masjid, the most important mosque in Asia. Return to hotel. Overnight stay.
Morning drive to Agra which was once the capital of Mughal India and centre of world power and glory. Visit world famous “Taj Mahal”, the monument of affection immortalized in marble. it had been built by Emperor Shah Jahan within the memory of his Queen Mumtaj. Also visit Agra Fort and Sikandara. Stay overnight at hotel.
Morning leave for Jaipur. Stop en-route and visit FatehpurSikri, undoubtedly the simplest preserved Mughal Palace city of all. Built by Great Akbar around 1570, he used the very best quality craftsman to construct the town only to abandon it some fourteen years later when it’s said that the water system failed. Next stop is to go to Chand Baori step well in small village of Abhaneri, 95 km before Jaipur. The step well was inbuilt 9th century and its 13 storeys deep with 3500 steps. This is often an excellent piece of architectural expertise because it displays the geometrical intelligence of the architects of bygone era. Proceed to Jaipur and check-in at the hotel. Maharaja Jai Singh in 1727 was the founder of Pink city Jaipur. It’s a powerful planned city built of nose-pink colored stones that's why It’s also referred to as “PinkCity”. Remainder of the day is at leisure. Overnight stay.
Morning excursion to Amer Fort. Ascend by elephant up to fort with its huge gateways and pillared pavilions. The fort was originally built by Raja Mansingh and is one among the best samples of Rajput Architecture. Afternoon city tour of Jaipur visiting CityPalace and its museums. Nearby is that the ornate Hawa Mahal (Palace of winds) which is five stories high and is decorated with delicate screens carved from stone which allowed royal ladies to look at the town and bazaar from there. Also visit JantarMantar, magnificent stone observatory inbuilt 1728. this is often still equipped with immense brick and mortar instrument including a really accurate 90 feet sundial. Overnight stay.
Morning leave for Pushkar. Stop on the way at Ajmer and visit “Dargah”, a world famous sacred place for Muslims. Then proceed to Pushkar, the sleepy town comes alive with burst of activities within the month of Kartik when world famous Pushkar Camel Fair is held every November. It’s one among most original experiences for travelers to India because it attracts thousands of camels, horses and cattle, besides an enormous number of tourists from everywhere the planet . this is often the occasion which brings villagers from here to trade their camels and other animals. Pilgrims also throng this town to require a dip within the holy lake of Pushkar. Afternoon enjoy the Mela and overnight stay.
Full day is at your disposal to enjoy Pushkar Fair which is synonymous to the Cattle fair. The cattles are decorated in very colorful manner to draw in the buyers and visitors to the Fair. Besides camels, horses and bullocks are sold here. The colorfully dressed people enhance the exuberant mood of the fair.Various competitions takes place during the fair. The famous camel race also takes place. The culture of Rajasthan comes alive in Pushkar through the folklores, music and dance performances. Cultural events, exhibitions and films reflect the rich culture of Rajasthan.These days, Theghats and therefore the surrounding areas of the lake becomes a mini Rajasthan market. Overnight stay.
Morning leave for Chittorgarh, the legendary city of Rajasthan, is that the epitome of Rajput pride, romance and spirit. referred to as the town of bravery and sacrifice. The magnificent 7th century Chittorgarh Fort is that the largest fort in India. The formidable fort is perched atop a 180 meter high hillock covering a huge area of 700 acres. The fort has many magnificent monuments, which are fine samples of the Rajput architecture. Then proceed to Udaipur, which is additionally called city of lakes. On arrival check-in at hotel for overnight stay.
Morning excursion to Eklingi and Nagda temples. Eklingji with variety of ancient temples is 22 kms north of Udaipur. The Shiv temple within the village was originally inbuilt 734 AD, although its present form dates from the rule of Maharana Raimal, between 1473 AD and 1509 AD. The walled complex includes an elaborately pillared hall under an outsized pyramidal roof and features a four faced Shiva image of black marble. At Nagda, one km before Eklingji, are old temples. The Jain temple of Adbudji is actually ruined, but its architecture is quiet interesting. Return to Udaipur. Evening You’ll enjoy sunset cruise on lakePichola which overlooks Lake Palace & Jag Mandir( boat tour isn't included in our cost ). Otherwise, evening is liberal to explore the local bazaars where You’ll bargain for interesting souvenirs. Overnight stay.
Morning leave for Jodhpur. On the way stop for Visit Ranakpur jain temple of 15th century. This Jaintemple known for outstanding sculptures. The Temple has very fine ornamentation in wonderful setting with peacocks, langurs and various birds.It has 1444 pillars and none of them is alike. Then proceed to Jodhpur. After arrival check-in at the hotel. Overnight stay.
Morning city tour of Jodhpur visiting Meharangarh Fort inbuilt 1457 situated at an altitude of about 125 mts is cover a neighborhood of 5 sq. km and has seven gates. it had been the toughest fort to overcome in whole Rajasthan. Then visit JaswantThada which is a white marble memorial inbuilt memory of Maharaja Jaswant II in 1899. Afternoon drive to Jaisalmer which is an architectural dream within the lonely yellow silence of the desert. On arrival check-in at hotel. Overnight stay.
Morning city tour of Jaisalmer visiting fort – referred to as Sonar Quila, rising from the sand, the mega structure merges with the golden hues of the desert ambience and therefore the setting suns in its most colorful shades, gives it a fairy tale look. You will also discover the beauty of old city such as Patwaon Ki Haveli and Nathmal Ki Haveli which are famous for wonderful carving. Afternoon excursion to sand dunes located at a distance of 42 km from Jaisalmer. Take an unforgettable experience of camel rides and therefore the sun set view. Return to hotel for overnight stay.
Morning leave for Bikaner which is a desert city on the traditional carvan routes that originated from Africa and West Asia. Arrival and check-in at the hotel. Afternoon enjoy your city tour of Bikaner, the red city visiting impressive Junagarh fort. One among the foremost unique features of the Junagarh Fort is that It’s been built on a desert plain, a stark contrast to the high elevation forts we normally find in Rajasthan. Blending the simplest of Oriental and European sorts of architecture, the Junagarh Fort spells grandeur all the way. Overnight stay.
Morning leave for Mandawa. After arrival check-in at hotel Mandawa Castle. Today afternoon you will discover the famous Haveli of this beautiful small village. This region also called the “open art gallery” of Rajasthan because the whole Shekhawati region and not just Mandawa is dotted with fascinating mansions (havelis) that have lavishly painted walls. Overnight stay at hotel.
Morning drive to Delhi. Arrival in Delhi and car with driver will remain at your disposal for a few sightseeing. Later transfer to Delhi airport to catch flight for onward destination.