Increase your immunity and be safe with your family from Virus and Germs like Covid 19 with goingindiaa suggestions

Through Yoga and Meditation and Vedic Yajna Program

Dear friends, I hope you, your family, friends, relatives and office colleagues are fine and keeping well from present epidemic of COVID 19. I am also fine in India and locked down in the house as per government policy. I am spending this time to fulfill goingindiaa responsibly towards world and passing goingindiaa suggestions to world to make them healthy and prepare new health tour programs on the basis of time demand for our valuable guest. Now a days Yoga, Mediation and Yajna program are working as a life saver. Please advise if we can advertise together a yoga, meditation and Yajna retreat with discount as a mission for providing best health to world and to increase immunity.  These program will help to increase immunity along with safety and fitness. I want more and more people can join this retreat. Let us know if you need more details on goingindiaa@gmail.com.

Today, the world is going through a difficult time because of internal and external diseases attacks. These attacks can happen at any time without any alarm. Therefore it is our first and foremost duty that we keep our body so strong and healthy that the external germs and bacteria cannot touch us. The kind of busy life we live is harmful to our body. Our food, our work and our immunity are also harming. Because of taking human life, our first duty is made towards our body strong. We should not only have to keep it healthy but also keep it ready for future challenges. goingindiaa has come up with best possible solution with their tour program and suggestion for your, your family, relatives and friends.

India is a land of Ayurveda and Indian family use Ayurveda in their daily life including food and other recipes. We have lots of tradition and other rituals which can make all safe from internal and external virus and germ. Being a India tour operator, its my moral and professional duty to share our idea,rituals, tradition with world to make them healthy. Today I would like to share one Ayurveda medicine which we use in our house. This medicine is called Guggal which has scientific name Commiphora mukul.  Indian family burn this medicine in the morning and evening in their house. Smoke of this Guggal spread in the house and kill the germs and virus. Usually we close the doors of house so that this smoke remain in the house. After 20 minutes, we open the door and let fresh air in the house. In this way, house and body will be clean along with internal and external environment. You can contact us on goingindiaa@gmail.com for this Ayurveda medicine.

There are hundreds of viruses going around this time of year. It’s hard not to catch even one of them. Although there are many ways to stay healthy, Yoga has proven to be one of the best ways to not only avoid getting sick, but to strengthen your overall immune system along the way. Yoga is proactive way to take control of your health so you can feel good.

The art of practicing yoga helps in controlling an individual’s mind, body and soul. It brings together physical and mental disciplines to achieve a peaceful body and mind; it helps manage stress and anxiety and keeps you relaxing. It also helps in increasing flexibility, muscle strength and body tone.

Yoga is a name that not only keeps the body healthy but also makes the body and mind strong so that we can stand firmly in every ups and downs of life.  We should adopt regular yoga, so that we can become stronger and stronger. There are some poses which helps to increase immunity.

  • Tadasana ( Mountain Pose)
  • Vrikshasana ( Tree Pose)
  • Maysyasana ( Fish Pose)
  • Bhujangasana ( Cobra Pose)

Pranayama – Breath exercise and practice can help strengthens the lungs, clear nasal passages and fortify the respiratory system. And since illnesses attack these exact areas, it only makes sense to train our lungs and maximize our breath capacity to help keep them at bay.

Having a quiet and cheerful place and environment for yoga and meditation is helpful, but an educated yoga teacher is more important than that. Active India provides you all these services in excellent ways you are most welcome to contact us on goingindiaa@gmail.com for your inquiries and more details.

Some other health related products are listed here. 
 
  • Yoga and Meditation Tour : In the program clients will ;earn and experience complete Yoga and Meditation to fight again virus and germs. This will remove stress and give peace to your mind and soul.
  • Vedic Yajna program : This program is best to save environment and keep body and mind, calm and healthy.  Here guest will understand the rituals of India by experiencing each and every fact. This will also help to increase immunity system of guest which has done down due to COVID 19. This is purely has a scientific reason by using different ingredients along with sandalwood. All ingredients will be offer to fire which will create a holy and pure smoke to save the earth. Here you will also enjoying morning and evening session of Yoga and Meditation.
  • Grain field tour : This program is best for health fitness by leaving in the nature and clear atmosphere. You will get opportunity to stay and work with Indian family along with home made and pure farm cooked vegetable. Here you will also enjoying morning and evening session of Yoga and Meditation.
  • Cycling tour in the lap of nature : This bike is again best for health and fitness. 
Please be safe from COVID 19 and visit India with goingindiaa to achieve immunity, fitness in your mind, soul and body. If you have any question in relation to your health, please write us your questions and we will be happy to assist. Please also advise and share if you have any thought in your find so that we can work together. Contact us on goingindiaa@gmail.com

India : Rare Murals ancient painting tour

GoingIndiaa is a Professional Personalized Destination Management Company – Tour Operator based in New Delhi, India offers receptive services to overseas tour operators, discerning independent travelers and to educational, cultural societies & institutions wishing to visit India, Nepal, Bhutan and Dubai.

goingindia is organisation special interest tour for paintings in India, caves paintings, rock cut paintings, love of painting, ancient painting in India. These painting are the ways of communicating their thinking, views and idea to next generation. This painting tour will only teach you deep knowledge of this painting subject but also you will get opportunity to visit UNESCO world heritage sites.

If you want to visit India and live in the rich history of India, you must visit Bhimbetka in Central India. We are organizing fantastic tour to centre part of India including Bhopal, Sanchi, Indore, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench.

In this blog we are taking about human life on the Indian subcontinent and evidence of Stone Age starting at the site in Acheulian times. It is a UNESCO world heritage site that consists of seven hills and over 750 rock shelters distributed over 10 kilometres (6.2 miles). At least some of the shelters were inhabited more than 100,000 years ago.

Archaeologists believe that 21 colors have been used in the Bhimbetka rock paintings. The uniqueness of this painting is that it can be seen only when the sunlight is just appropriate.

Timings7:00 am to 6:00 pm; every day
Entry Fee₹ 25 for Indians; ₹ 500 for foreigners
Entry Fee for vehicles₹ 100 (for two-wheelers); ₹ 300 (for cars)
Distance from Bhopal45 km (approx.)
Special NoteSince the ticket counter is about 2 km from the site, it is suggested that you travel the distance in a vehicle instead of walking.

Today, Bhimbetka is one of the largest prehistoric complexes in India and a top tourist attraction near Bhopal. The floors and stone walls of these rock shelters are touted as the oldest in the whole world. Nearest airport is Bhopal and nearest railway station is Bhopal.

Itinerary will be as follow. Number of days and places can be add or delete as per your requirements.

Day 1: Arrival Delhi

Day 2 : Delhi city tour

Day 3: Train to Bhopal

Day 4: Bhopal – Sanchi – Bhopal

Day 5: Bhopal – Bhimbetka – Bhojpur – Bhopal

Day 6: Bhopal  – Delhi

Suggested extensions: are available on request to add:

Wildlife sector in the program like Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench.

Archaeological sites like Mandu and Maheshwar. 

Our mailing address is:
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Call us: 0091 8076387926
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Maheshwar – An Introduction:

Maheshwar city is located in Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh. This is National Highway no. 3 (Agra-Mumbai Highway) is situated 13 kilometers in the east and is located 91 kilometers away from Indore, the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh. This city is situated on the northern bank of the Narmada River. This city was the capital of the Holkar Maratha rulers of Indore state before independence. The city is named after the name of Maheshwar, Lord Shiva, so Maheshwar literally means the home of Lord Shiva.

According to mythological accounts, the city of Maheshwar has been the capital of the Haihavanshi king Sahastrajun, who defeated Ravana. His son Lord Parshuram killed Sahastrajun due to harassing sage Jamadagni. Later, this city has also been the capital of the great Empress Goddess Ahilya Bai Holkar of the Holkar dynasty. Situated on the banks of river Narmada, this city is famous all over India for its very beautiful and magnificent ghats and Maheshwari sarees. There are extremely artistic temples on the ghat of which the Rajarajeshwara temple is prominent. The famous scripture of Adi Guru Shankaracharya and Pandit Mandan Mishra was concluded here.

The city is also known as Mahishmati. Maheshwar is also mentioned in Ramayana and Mahabharata. The ghats built here during the period of Goddess Ahilya Bai Holkar are very beautiful and their reflection is seen very beautiful in the waters of Narmada River. Maheshwar is the nearest to Indore.

Situated on the banks of Narmada River at a distance of 90 km from Indore, this beautiful tourist place has got the status of “holy city” by the Madhya Pradesh government. The city itself is about 2500 years old, incorporating art, religious, cultural and historical importance. Originally it was famous abroad for the “Maheshwari Saree” started by Hyderabadi weavers during the efficient reign of Goddess Ahilya Bai and her tenure (1764 – 1795). In its religious significance, this city is the city of Lord Shiva, similar to Kashi. It has been called “Gupta Kashi” for the construction chain of temples and pagoda. In its mythological significance, it is mentioned in the Narmada mystery of Skandha Purana, Reva Khand and Vayu Purana etc. under the name “Mahishmati”. In historical importance, this city has been the capital of kings and groom men like King Mahishman, King Sahastrabahu (who took Ravana captive), who has special importance in Indian culture. Later it also gained prominence during the tenure of Holkar dynasty.

A beautiful statue sitting on the throne of Queen Ahilya Bai has been placed inside the fort of Maheshwar. Near the ghats in Maheshwar are the Kaleshwar, Rajarajeshwar, Vittaleshwar, and Ahilyeshwar temples.

This was a brief introduction to Maheshwar and now let us go towards our journey. The rainy season, the early morning hours, my vehicle and above all the beautiful weather, everything seemed very good. On the way out, as far as the eyes were going, greenery was visible all over. We all like the rainy season very much, especially Mukesh. As soon as the monsoon arrives, it rains a couple of times just to make them wander, and most of our tours are planned during the rainy season itself. With a lot of enthusiasm in our mind, we were moving towards our destination only when the mood of the clouds started to deteriorate in the sky, dark black clouds were enveloped and strong rains started with lightning. We were enjoying the beauty of the weather and the rain, sitting in the car, but now we were worried that if the rain does not stop, we will not be able to enjoy the stroller and photography in Maheshwar and pray to God in our mind. Looked like we did not get rain in Maheshwar.

God accepted our prayers and soon the weather opened and became happier than ever. At some intervals on both sides of the road, small shops of bhutta baker were being found, from one place we also bought bhutas which were very tasty. From time to time, wherever we saw a good background for photography, we were going to take pictures. The children had not eaten anything since morning, so they started to insist on eating, so we also felt hungry and on the way from a hotel we ate hot onion pakoras and khamen and started again on our journey. Milestones on the side of the road were telling us that after just a few kilometers, our destination is coming to Maheshwar. We did not know when we reached Maheshwar while listening to favorite songs in the car stereo and enjoying the weather. After traveling for about two hours, we had now entered the boundary of Maheshwar Nagar.

After crossing the main market and some narrow streets of Maheshwar town, we finally reached the parking lot of Ahilya Ghat. After completing the formalities of car parking and putting some important items in a small bag, we walked towards Ahilya Ghat on foot. After walking a few steps, we have now reached the main attraction of Maheshwar i.e. Ahilya Ghat. This time we came to Maheshwar after a very long time, so everything seemed new. Due to the rainy season and incessant rains, the Narmada water had become muddy and looked like tea. The water level of the river was also greatly increased. Now we were at the famous Ahilya Ghat in Maheshwar. First of all, we sat down on the lower stair of the ghat in Narmada ji and enjoyed the waves of the river.

Suggested Program :

Delhi  Gwalior  Bhopal  Indore  Mandu  Dhar Maheshwar  Aurangabad  Ajanta  Ellora  Mumbai

Day 1. To Delhi
Fly from London to Delhi on British Airways or Jet Airways direct flight.

Day 2. Delhi
Morning arrival in Delhi. Afternoon sightseeing of fascinating Old Delhi including an exhilarating cycle rickshaw ride to the Jama Masjid through the bustling Chandni Chowk and it’s back roads, which were the centre of the city Shah Jehanabad in the Mughal times. Finally continue onto the Raj Ghat- Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation site, before returning to the hotel. Two nights at Hotel Maidens.

Day 3. Delhi
Morning sightseeing of dynamic New Delhi including the impressive Humayun’s Tomb, Qutab Minar and the India Gate. Afternoon at leisure.

Day 4. To Gwalior
Early morning Shatabdi train to Gwalior. Afternoon Gwalior sightseeing including Gwalior Fort considered to be the finest example of Hindu architecture in North India. Also visit the Jai Vilas Palace & Museum and Tombs of Ghaus Mohammed and Tansen, the former, noted in particular for its fine sandstone screen work. Evening Son et Lumiere show at the Fort. Overnight at the Usha Kiran Palace.

Day 5. To Bhopal
Morning Shatabdi train to Bhopal. Afternoon sightseeing of Bhopal including Taj-ul-Masjid Mosque said to be the largest Mosque in Asia and Dhai Seedhi Masjid believed to be Bhopal’s oldest masjid. Two nights at the Jehan Numa Palace.

Day 6. Bhopal
Morning excursion to Sanchi Stupa- a World Heritage site, originally commissioned by the Emperor Ashoka the Great in the 3rd C. BC. Afternoon excursion to Bhimbetka with its ancient cave paintings some thought to be 12,000 years old. They depict an amazing wealth of information about the life and death of early man.

Day 7. To Indore
Morning drive to Indore. Afternoon visit the Kanch Mandir an exceptional Temple with every part of the interior – floors, ceilings, walls, doors and pillars ornamented with mirrors of all sizes and shapes. Overnight at the Rashid Kothi.

Day 8. To Dhar via Mandu
Drive to Dhar, en route visit the vast deserted Fort of Mandu including the Royal Enclave, Village and Rawa Kund Buildings. Mandu is known for its fine architecture, it celebrates in stone the life and love of the poet-prince Baz Bahadur for his consort, Rani Roopmati. Overnight at the Jhira Bagh Palace.

Day 9. To Maheshwar
Drive to Maheshwar and relax in the delightful Ahilya Fort – perhaps walk to the beautiful ghats and explore the lovely Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Two nights at Ahilya Fort.

Day 10. Maheshwar
Day at leisure to enjoy the beauty of the 250-year-old Ahilya Fort perched high above the Narmada River. Stroll around the gardens, swim in the pool or take a boat ride along the sacred River.

Day 11. To Aurangabad
Drive to Aurangabad. Three nights at the Taj Residency.

Day 12. Aurangabad
Full day Ajanta excursion where the exquisite 2000 year old Buddhist paintings will transport you back through the centuries, bringing to life a bygone age of wonder.

Day 13. Aurangabad
Morning sightseeing of the vibrant, exotic Hindu sculpture and charismatic Buddhist art work at Ellora – the Jain caves are ascetic with intricate detailing. The spectacular work will feast the senses particularly the stunning Kailasanatha Temple. Afternoon enjoy sightseeing of Aurangabad.

Day 14. To Mumbai
Fly to Mumbai in the morning. Afternoon sightseeing of this pulsating city including the Prince of Wales Museum, Crawford Market and Dhobi Ghats. Overnight at the Marine Plaza Hotel.

Day 15. To London
Fly to London on direct British Airways or Jet Airways flights.

Suggested extensions: Goa, The Hill station of Matheran
(Various other extensions are available on request)

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Call us: 0091 8076387926
Email : contact@goingindiaa.com

Travel with us to India and experience the wonder of Yoga, Mediation and spirituality near Delhi.

 

One of different wonder in spirituality, tradition and culture of India is Gita festival which is going to celebrate in Kuruksheta, near Delhi. That wondered sermon which is 5000 years old is waiting for you.

Gita is the spiritual way to reach our life goal and this way is celebrated by us in the month of December 2019. All state of India will be under one roof in this festival. No need to go different states and their fragrance will in here. I have invited our all foreign tour operators to visit this festival and have experience with firsthand knowledge.  All arrangements will in this festival will be at international standard. There will be also many different region culture programs, cuisines, rituals and traditions.

Gita festival is an annual celebration to commemorate the day when Lord Krishna rendered his philosophical teachings – immortalized in the epic Mahabharata – to prince Arjuna on the first day of the 18-day battle of Kurukshetra. When prince Arjuna refused to fight against his cousins, the Kauravas in the battle, Lord Krishna expounded the truth of life and the philosophy of Karma and Dharma to him, thereby giving birth to one of the world’s greatest scriptures: the Gita.

As ancient language Sanskrit is the base of many languages in the world, here you will get an experience to understand the importance of this ancient language. Here this sermon is given by lord Krishna in the one of biggest battlefield in Kurukshetra.

During you travel, we will take you the history of one of Asia biggest water pond and you can take a holy dip and swim. Recently this festival was celebrated in London. You can come with your family and have also an opportunity to practice Yoga, Meditation and spirituality.

We are here to make your travel arrangements. I would recommend you to spare at least 2  nights during your travel to India.

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Have you ever thought of giving a bath to an elephant? Elephant bathing is one of the most enthralling activities in Kerala at Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary which is 42 kms from Kochi.
Elephants are indispensible element of Indian mythology and culture. In Kerala elephants are often called as the sons of the ‘Sahya’ (the Western Ghats). Elephants are most worshiped in god’s own country as no festival or celebration is complete without the holy procession of these animals. There is an event which happens every year in Kerala where the ornated beautiful elephants draped in colourful silken parasols march throughout the event.
You will get a chance to indulge in many thrilling activities in the Sanctuary like elephant bath, elephant safari, elephant feeding and watching baby elephants.
The Kodanad Elephant training centre, recently shifted to Abhayaranyam at Kaprikkad (which is about 3 km from Kodanad) situated on the Southern banks of the Periyar River is surrounded by beautiful high ranges near Perumbavoor and it is one of the biggest elephant training centres in Kerala.

Book your tour to Kodaikanal with goingindiaa.com ( goingindiaa@gmail.com)
Do you want to clouds stuck in traffic and fit into your imaginations? Now visualize this and travel with us to see excessively green covered mountains. This is how Kodaikanal welcomes you! A places in South India which rejuvenate a person, recharges one’s mental state of being which usually depreciates with one’s monotonous corporate or routine lifestyle.
At a distance of 95 km from Dindigul, 117 km from Madurai, 169 km from Coimbatore, 469 km from Bangalore,272 km from Kochi, 162 km from Munnar, 253 km from Ooty & 528 km from Chennai, Kodaikanal, also referred to as Kodai is a beautiful hill station in Dindigul district of Tamilnadu. It is one of the best hill stations not to miss in a South India tour and among the top places to experince the Tamilnadu Tourism.
Often referred to as the ‘Princess of Hill stations’, Kodai is one of the popular places to visit in summer as part of honeymoon trip. It is situated at an altitude of about 7000 feet (2133 m) on the southern tip of upper Palani hills. It has several scenic natural attractions which are enjoyed by its visitors and make it a popular romantic destination. Coaker’s Walk, Silver Cascade and Kodai Lake are among the must include places in your Kodaikanal tour packages.
The earliest residents of Kodaikanal were the Palaiyar tribal people. Modern Kodaikanal was established by American Christian missionaries and British bureaucrats in 1845, as a refuge from the high temperatures and tropical diseases of the plains. In the 20th century a few elite Indians started relocating to this enchanting hill station and it started becoming popular among nature lovers.
Kodaikanal is not extensively commercialized like Ooty and it offers a pleasant experience to tourists with relatively less crowd. Apart from the pleasant weather, Kodaikanal has several tourist attractions like Kodai Lake, Bryant Park, Coaker’s Walk, Bear Shola Falls, Silver Cascade, Pillar Rocks, etc. The hills offer beautiful views all around, especially from the Coaker’s Walk.
Madurai is the nearest Airport to Kodai. There is no direct train facility to Kodaikanal. Kodai Road, situated on Madurai – Dindigul route is the nearest train station. This station has good connectivity with major cities in India. Direct bus connectivity is available from Madurai, Coimbatore, Palani, Dindigul, Ooty, etc. Buses from Madurai to Kodaikanal start from Arappalayam Bus Station. From Coimbatore, buses to Kodaikanal run from Ukkadam Bus stand.
Best time to visit Kodaikanal is April to June during the summer. Monsoon from September to October also offers different experience.

21 March 2019

India’s most dazzling celebration – 08 Days

Holi Festival with Taj Mahal visit

( Tour Cost : USD 824 per person)

Why you don’t plan to celebrate Holi with us.

Combine a tour of the famous Golden Triangle with the exuberant festivities of Holi – India’s most dazzling celebration, when streets throughout the country are transformed into a kaleidoscope of colour.

Holi celebrations – Celebrate the arrival of spring and take part in the traditional throwing of coloured water and powders upon family and friends.

The Pink City of Jaipur – the lofty Amber Fort, the regal City Palace and the ancient observatory of Jantar Mantar.

Bharatpur – Rural India at its friendliest, rickshaw ride around Keoladeo Ghana National Park – a UNESCO Heritage site famous for its amazing array of birdlife.

Fatehpur Sikri – an ancient abandoned Mughal city

Agra – the beautiful Agra Fort. The spectacular Taj Mahal – India’s most famous monument in all its glory at sunset.  Old and New Delhi – India’s largest mosque Jama Masjid, and Gandhi’s crematorium Raj Ghat

Sample of Itinerary :
Day 01 : Delhi
Day 02 : Delhi
Day 03 : Jaipur
Day 04 : Bharatpur (Agra)
Day 05 : Bharatpur – Celebration of Holi Festival
Day 06 : Taj Mahal visit
Day 07-08 : Delhi

Holi is meant to symbolize the triumph of good over evil, the importance of love and of happiness, and supports the formation of new friendships. Upon arrival in Bharatpur, we can watch from a safe distance or get involved with the Holi celebrations taking place on the hotel lawn. For those wanting to get involved we’ll be providing white kurta pyjamas for you to wear and organic colours for you to throw. In this game of cat and mouse, stealth and the art of surprise will serve you well. After a bombardment of powder bombs and shower of water in every imaginable colour, there is time for lunch before we head off to Keoladeo Ghana National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where we’ll enjoy a leisurely bicycle rickshaw ride through the park.

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The rural and village life of India will show you a completely different universe where one can lost in the aroma of simple yet interesting village life and leave behind the chaos of cities and town in and outside India. A walk on the rough trails of Indian villages will allow you to encounter various ancient communities within the rural villages of India like Villages of Rajasthan, Varanasi, Maharashtra and other states of the country. It will further allow you to come across the Rural Tourism in India and the reason behind its increasing popularity with the passage of time. If you want to see and experience the ancient India, its culture and traditions, then embark on the journey to the villages of India that still hold the glimpse of its rural form.

If you want to take a break from your business and city life and dig deep into the heart of rural India where a land of peacefulness, farming, village cuisine, village rituals, culture, festival and ancient customs still exists. You can witness the unspoilt beauty of the country and its rich culture, traditions and simple lifestyle by travelling to some great villages of India that have managed well to preserve all of it. Further, you can breathe in the fresh air, walk in the lush green grounds and spellbound at the stunning landscape.

Join goingindiaa on the Village cum rural Tour to India and immerse yourself into the ancient rich and unique culture and traditions of India. Our tour aims at giving boost to Village and rural Tourism in India. Experience an amazing village life at its most pure with all the required comforts by spending few days in the Indian village, talk to the villages and peep into their daily life to have a better understanding of their livelihood, culture and customs.

We are number 01 in Rural Tourism.

Agricultural tourism– Here you will get an opportunity to explore more about the agricultural life, people invoiced, industry and how farmers work with crops. You can spend full day with farmer and their family in open filed and agriculture land.

Food routes– Here meet the housewife of villages. You will get an opportunity to learn and cook the food on your own understand the supervision of village’s lady. How are they becoming strong to work in the field. It’s tourism all about food and knowing more about different staples of different places.

Community ecotourism– Where tourism is for a purpose. It is a rather responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.

Ethno-tourism– Where you expand your horizons to view cultures different from yours. It is essentially to know more about various ethnic and cultural lifestyles and beliefs.

At goingindiaa India, we specialize in arranging Village, rural Tour to India and cover all the major segments. Our professional and friendly tour guide will take you to the rural villages of India as per your tour itinerary and help you in interacting with villagers, enjoying the meals prepared by the locals, visiting their abodes and explore their culture values. So, allow us to plan your next village tour as per your needs and preferences.

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Tulip, Taj and Thrill

USD 1999 onward – 10 Days Tour

Delhi – – Agra – Jaipur – Srinagar – Delhi

This is the quintessential tour of India with festival visit – the signature  of the country. Visit the iconic Tulip Graden in Srinagar, Taj Mahal, the magnificent Forts of Agra and Jaipur,  the beautiful  deserted city of the great Emperor  Akbar at Fatehpur Sikri and explore the eclectic city of Delhi.

Enjoy this blooming Tulip Festival in Srinagar with Taj (Agra) and ( Thrill) Jaipur visit. This festival is a real treat to the eyes as the garden is spread over 5 hectares of land at the foothills of Zabarmwan near the Dal Lake. The garden boasts of 60 varieties of multi-coloured tulips. It resembles a beautiful carpet that has hundreds of colors and provides a heavenly view to the thousands of visitors, national and international. Around 2 million tulip bulbs bloom here and proudly display their beauty to the tourists. The view is simply magnificent and has countless delicate beauties lined in rows to dance with the wind in front of the tourists.

Day 1. To Delhi

Departure from your home country to Delhi.

Day 2. Delhi

Morning arrival in Delhi. Afternoon enjoy sightseeing of Old Delhi including  an exhilarating cycle rickshaw  ride to the Jama Masjid through the bustling  Chandni Chowk  and it’s back roads, once the centre of the city Shah Jehanabad in the Mughal  times. Finally continue  onto the Raj Ghat-Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation site, before returning to the hotel. Overnight at Hotel Maidens or similar.

Day 3. To Agra

Morning sightseeing of dynamic New Delhi including  the impressive Humayun’s  Tomb, Qutab Minar  and the India Gate. Afternoon drive to Agra. Two nights at Hotel Trident or similar.

Day 4. Agra

Breath-taking sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal  to watch the sun slowly caress the white marble, awakening the day and distant  memories.  After breakfast explore Agra Fort seeing the many varied architectural styles of the complex, built by successive Mughal  rulers. Also visit the Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah.

Day 5. To Jaipur

Morning drive to Jaipur en route visit Fatehpur Sikri, the beautiful  deserted city, built by the remarkable Mughal  Emperor  Akbar.  Pause by the graceful marble Tomb (Mazar)  of Salim Chisti in the middle of the Emperor’s courtyard, where generations of women have come to pray for a male heir. Also visit en route the Abhaneri Stepwell built in 800 AD. Two nights stay at the Samode Haveli or similar.

Day 6. Jaipur

Morning excursion  to Amber Fort slowly meandering up the winding road seated upon a caparisoned elephant.  Inside the fort with its austere  exterior, there’s a delight of murals, frescoes, paintings,  wonderful intricate  carvings and complex mirror  work.  Lunch at the historic 1135 AD restaurant. After lunch visit the extraordinary Astronomical Observatory, Palace of Winds and City Palace Complex with its fascinating  museum.

Day 7. Jaipur – Srinagar

Morning board flight to Srinagar. Meeting, assistance on arrival and transfer to Deluxe Houseboat. Settle in the houseboat over a cup of Kashmiri Kahwa. In the afternoon take a relaxing afternoon Shikara ride on the lake, slowly gliding in your shikara and enjoying the unique lifestyle of the Mir Bahris – a vibrant community who live on the lake. Evening at leisure, relaxing on the front deck of your Houseboat. Three nights stay at Houseboat.

Day 8. Srinagar

Leave for a day sightseeing visiting the Neolithic site of Burzhama, then to the Budhist site of Harvan. Drive down to see the beaufiul Mughal Garden of Shalimar.  Picnic lunch at Nishat Bagh and then free afternoon for Tulip Garden visit.

Day 9. Srinagar – Gulmarg – Srinagar

Drive to the valley of Flowers “Gulmarg”. Stop at Kanihama village to see the dying art of Kani Shawl weaving. Stay at Hotel Highlands Park in gulmarg. An afternoon cable car ride to soak up the scenery of the valley.

Day 10. Srinagar – Delhi – Connect International flight

Morning board flight to Delhi. On arrival enjoy Delhi shopping tour and photography tour. In the night board your international flight to your home country.

Suggested extensions:

Ranthambore National Park – If you want to see the Tiger in the jungle.

Goa – Relax on Beach

Mumbai – If you want to enjoy the Bollywood Tour

For more details, please write us on contact@goingindiaa.com and goingindiaa@gmail.com

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Goingindiaa Team