Maharajas – Erotic Temples and the Goddess Ganga
- Mughal Majesty & Rickshaw Ride
- Wild life attraction
- Elephant Ride to Amer fort
- Jahangir Palace, Raj Mahal
- Architectural beauty of Khajuraho temples
- Allahabad Fort, Hanuman Temple
- Sailing on the Ganges –Boat Ride
- Taj Mahal –The Monument of Love
|Title||Maharajas – Erotic Temples and the Goddess Ganga|
|Details||Delhi- Jaipur- Agra- Orchha- Khajuraho- Panna National park- Allahabad- Chunar- Varanasi- Delhi|
|Duration||12 Nights / 13 Days|
A combination of the architectural beauty of Rajasthan with erotic temples makes an intoxicating mix of Rajasthan’s best destinations along with the world renowned Kama Sutra temples at Khajuraho. The tour offers you to showcase the history and tradition of chivalric India with the help of its myriad of monuments which you will come across during the journey. The exquisitely designed monuments will amaze you, and you can know about the history of India by experiencing it personally.
A combination of the colourful Rajasthan 'Pink City' of Jaipur, home to the wonderful former Maharaja's Palace and the splendid hilltop Amber Fort. Agra and the serene Taj Mahal are not to be missed on any visit to India and fully live up to expectations. Khajuraho for their erotic sculpture culminating the tour with a sail trip to the most sacred city in India– Varanasi the city that lingers longest in the memory; located on the River Ganges it is one of the most sacred in India.
Some of them which could cherish your mind with the beauty of places such as Red fort, India Gate, Jama Masjid. Enjoy a rickshaw ride through Old Delhi – a truly memorable experience. A visit to Qutab Minar, the tallest stone tower in India
You begin your day with an early morning excursion to the mountain fortress of which you ride upon elephants Visit City Palace & Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds
Drive to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri. A long day yet rewarding. Visit the Red Fort of Akbar, third of the Mughal Emperors. Visit the beautiful white marble Taj Mahal at sunrise; built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631.
Day 05 : To Orchha - by surface / 246 kms / approx. 5 hrs.
Option of visiting Taj Mahal at Sunrise if you may wish. Later drive towards Orchha. If you wish stop to visit Gwalior which also offers the Tomb of Muhammad Ghaus, a saint worshipped by the Mughals & the Tomb of the famous musician Tansen.
Explore Orchha including various temple and Palaces including as Raja Ram temple, Chaturbhuj Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Shiva Mandir, Panch Mukhi Mahadev Mandir and other cenotaphs “Chhatries" on the bank of river Betwa. Continue to visit Fort Palace of Raj Mahal, Jahangir Mahal, Diwan -I- Khas and Rai Praveen Mahal.
Journey to the Land of Erotic Temples - Khajuraho. Later in the afternoon you may explore the ravishing Khajuraho temples glorified with esthetic elegance.
A day to visit the temples, renowned for their erotic sculpture. The temples here are distinguished into 3 groups, Western, Eastern and Southern.
Proceed to Panna National Park. After leisure you can enjoy the wild life sanctuary here. The region is well known for some of the best wild life species. It is one of the popular Tiger Reserves in the country.
Allahabad, one of the seven sacred cities of Hindus Allahabad is known for the Sacred 'Sangam', literally meaning confluence, this is where three of the holiest rivers in Hindu mythology meet; these are the Ganga, the Yamuna and the mythical underground river of enlightenment, Saraswati.
Day 10/11: To Varanasi - by boat on the Ganges River
Drive to the boat jetty where you will board to sail to Varanasi. During this time we will get an insight into the river side way of life, passing through some of the paddy fields, we will get a chance to visit some river side villages to see how they live and work. We should also see some fishermen and if we are lucky we may also see some dolphins.
Disembark at the jetty in Varanasi will return to the river in the evening for the Pooja ceremony on the ghats.
At dawn a boat ride on the Holy Ganges. Spend time exploring the area. At Ghats hundreds of people gather early in the morning, to pray, meditate, and the ritual bath. Later in the afternoon drive to visit Sarnath, where Buddha preached his first speech in the teaching of the "middle path" to Nirvana.
In time transfer to the Varanasi airport to board your flight back to Delhi.