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Day 8 & 9 : Jaisalmer-Jodhpur (2 nights)
After morning breakfast drive to Jodhpur. On arrival check in hotel.After you visit to Jodhpur the Blue city of Rajasthan. Tour the full. Places as mention below:
Mehrangarh Fort : Built by Maharaja Man Singh, it is a fine example of the military might of Rajputs. Perched on an imposing hill, Mehrangarh fort is spread over 5 kms. Within Mehrangarh Fort there are beautiful palaces, carved balconies and a musuem of weaponry, clothing and artifacts of the Rathore rulers of Jodhpur.
Umaid Bhawan :This architectural wonder is made of sandstone. Originally built as an employment generation project during a year when the state suffered a severe drought, the Umaid Bhawan Palae is a grand heritage hotel. Its beautiful architecture, heritage ambience and royal grandeur are a sight to be seen. Today, it has been converted into a museum and a luxury hotel.
Jaswant Thada :This white marble structure is the cenotaph of the rulers of Jodhpur. It contains memorials of previous kings and nobles of the Rathore clan. It was built in the memory of Maharaja Jaswant II. Many tourists flock to his shrine to pay their homage.
The Mahamandir Temple : Built in 1812, this striking temple displays some excellent examples of stone carving. The golden sandstone is carved in intricate designs and floral patterns and are a reminder of the beautiful craftsmanship of the artisans of Rajasthan.
Giridkot and Sardar Market :These are famous markets of the city where you can shop to your hearts content. Jodhpur is famous for handicraft items ranging from furniture to camel leather bags, shoes and belts. Tie and dyed fabric, traditional Rajasthani clothes decorated with mirror work and embroidery and Rajasthani turbans and puppets are some popular souvenirs which you can pick up when you travel to Jodhpur Rajasthan.
Day 10 : Jodhpur--Ranakpur (1 night)
After having a relaxed breakfast go for a tour of Ranakpur''s one of the best and biggest Jainism temple in India. The extremely beautiful Ranakpur Complex has a nice ambience to it. Nice to see how there people are growing agriculture. It is tucked away in a remote and quiet valley of the Aravalli Range. Have an overnight stay at hotel.
Day 11 & 12 : Ranakpur-Udaipur (2 nights)
After morning breakfast tours to the tourist attractions of Udaipur like:-
City Palace Udaipur: the gigantic City Palace in Udaipur in Rajasthan includes the courtyards, terraces, corridors, pavilions, rooms and hanging gardens. A tourist's must see destination in Udaipur while your Rajasthan travel tour.
Lake Pichola Udaipur: The picturesque lake inspired Maharaja Udai Singh to build Udaipur. Encompassed by hills, temples, bathing ghats, palaces and embankments; Lake Pichola is the major travel attraction in Udaipur. The two noteworthy structures on the Lake Pichola include the two island palaces, Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas (Lake Palace).
Fateh Sagar Lake Udaipur : This scenic lake faces a number of hills from the three sides and the Pratap Memorial on the fourth side. Nehru Park lies in the middle where the tourists can enjoy a boat while on an Udaipur Travel itinerary.
Jagdish Temple Udaipur : Maharana Jagat Singh built the Jagdish Temple in 1651 A.D. This Indo-Aryan temple is the largest and the beautiful temple of Udaipur. The temple is a must-visit for all the tourists who travel to Udaipur.
Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandir Udaipur :This Indian folk arts museum has an interesting collection having ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, folk musical instruments, folk dresses, folk deities and paintings.
Saheliyon-ki-Bari Udaipur : (Garden of the maids of honour) A small garden made for the royal ladies contains numerous fountains including four delightful pools, chiseled kiosks and marble elephants.Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 13 & 14 : Udaipur Chittod-Bundi (2 nights)
After morning breakfast Travel to Rajasthan to see a town rich in history and sacrifice. Chittorgarh is the legendary site of three mass suicides (jauhar) of Rajput women in 1303, 1535 and 1568. Chittorgarh epitomizes courage and self-respect of the valiant defenders in the Hindu resistance against the Mughal invaders. Located in the southern part of Rajasthan, it is 112 km from Udaipur and 182 km from Ajmer. Drive for Bundi the same day.
The place is reached from the northwestern end of the bazaar . through a huge wooden gateway and up a steep cobbled ramp. Only one part of the outer perimeter of the palace . known as the chittra shala .Officially open for public . Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 15 : Bundi-Pushkar (1 night)
After relaxed breakfast go for a visit to some of the famous places of Pushkar ; they are :
Pushkar Lake : The Lake is surrounded on all four sides by desert and hills. The Nag Pahar (Snake Mountain) separates the Pushkar Lake from Ajmer. The legend associated with the Pushkar Lake is that Kalidas wrote the Abhigyan Shakuntalam in the picturesque location of this lake. The Panchkund and a cave located near the lake are not to be missed by you during your Pushkar travel.
Pushkar Fair : The Pushar Fair is the largest camel fair in India held annually in October/November. The most important day is on the full moon of Kartik when pilgrims take a holy dip in the Pushkar Lake. Apart from a large sale of cattle, leatherware, clothes and household items; the most exclusive events of the fair are camel-cart races and cultural events.
Man Mahal : The former residence of Raja Man Singh, Man Mahal, on the banks of the Pushkar Lake is now converted to RTDC Sarover Tourist Bungalow. Also a must visit is the heritage hotel Pushkar palace (Kishangarh House) that adjoins the Man Mahal.
Pushkar is known for its serene atmosphere for most of the year. During the Pushkar Fair the town is completely transformed and is enveloped in a festive atmosphere. You can witness the serene and spectacular aspects of Pushkar, when you travel to Pushkar in Rajasthan India.
Day 16 & 17 : Pushkar-Jaipur (2 nights)
After morning breakfast drive to Jaipur . On arrival check in at hotel. Afternoon go for a visit to some of the places as mention below:-
City Palace Jaipur : The City Palace is a perfect blend of Rajasthani and Mughal Art, Culture & Architecture. A large area parted into a series of gardens, courtyards and buildings define the City Palace. The City Palace in Jaipur includes a museum with an exclusive collection of Rajasthani costumes, miniature paintings and carpets and an armory of Mughal and Rajput weaponry.
Jantar Mantar : Built by Sawai Jai Singh, the royal observatory of Jaipur is the largest stone observatory in the world. Situated near the entrance gate of City Palace in Jaipur; it is an architectural and scientific marvel of India as well as the world.
Hawa Mahal : A creation shaped in 1799 A.D.; the Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds is a five storey building hued in pink with semi octagonal and delicately honey combed sandstone windows. Meant for the queens and the palace maids; it used to permit them to watch the royal processions passing through the roads without being noticed by anybody.
Amber Fort : Perched high on a hillock near the Pink City of India, Amber Fort is a fort-palace in Rajasthan that captivates the attention of the tourists. The Amber Fort is a fantastic blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture in India. Dating back to the 16th century, it was built by Raja Man Singh. The most distinguishing feature of this fort is the adventurous Elephant ride/safari, up to the main gate of the fort which makes your tour quite memorable. Overnight at hotel.
Day 18 & 19 : Jaipur-Ranathambor (2 nights)
After relaxed breakfast make a tour to the Ranthambore National Park Sawai Madhopur: Travel to Sawai Madhopur, home to the Ranthambore National Park, also called the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. With an area of 400 sq. kms the Ranthambore National Park, the former hunting ground of the Maharaja of Jaipur, is now one of India's leading nature reserves. Designated as a National Park in 1982, the reserve attracts wildlife enthusiasts and tourists from all over the world. In the recent years, it has become India's favorite tourist destination in Rajasthan. The area is marked with a blend of rivers and lakes and the magnificent Ranthambore Fort, atop a hill.
On your Sawai Madhopur travel itinerary you can stay in the town and enjoy its laidback ambience. You can shop for Raasthani arts and crafts and visit the Ranthambore school of art. You can enjoy a ride on a camel. The ultimate thrill however is a safari ride into the Ranthambore National Park, where the magnificent Royal Bengal Tiger can be seen.
Other species of animals seen in Ranthambore, include Deer, Nilgai, crocodile, mongoose, and many species of birds. The lakes, rocky outcrops, ruined monuments and scrub jungle make Ranthambore a fascinating environment, where observing animals sure to be full of memorable moments,.
Day 20 : Ranthambore - Agra (1 night)
In morning drive to Agra & after having breakfast visit the beautifl Taj Mahal which is described as most beautiful monument built for love by emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his second wife Mumtaj, whose death in childbirth in 1631 left the emperor so heartbroken that hair is said to have turned grey overnight
Day 21 : Back to Delhi airport
Later on drive back to Delhi Airport for your sweet home flight.