Rajasthan With Delhi Agra tour

20 Nights / 21 DaysRajasthan With Delhi Agra Tour

Rajasthan With Delhi Agra tour Package will take you to these princely State that is rich in palatial splendor and ancient forts as well as zestful culture and shifting dunes. these three cities of Rajasthan is unique and will captivate you. The Anant Holidays have been designed by an experienced team of experts who are also intrepid travelers to show off the best of the royal country.

Day 1: Arrive at Ahmedabad

Arrive in Ahmedabad, report to coach and proceed to the hotel. Later visit Akshardham Temple. Enjoy the light and sound show in the evening.

Akshardham Temple

Every aspect of Akshardham is a reflection of spirituality, from the mandir, Mandirs, displays as well as the garden. The Akshardham mandir is home to more than 200 murtis (idols) that represent spiritual stalwarts over several millennia. The principle behind the spirituality that is the basis of Akshardham is that every soul has the potential to be divine. It doesn’t matter if we’re serving our family, our friends and the entire country or even people from all over the globe, every act of kindness will help people to attain the divine. Every prayer is an effort towards self-improvement, and an opportunity to move towards God.A visiting Akshardham can be an unforgettable experience. It is whether it’s in recognizing that prayer is a powerful tool experiencing the power of non-violence or realizing the universality of Hinduism’s ancient philosophies or simply in observing the splendor of God’s home on Earth Each element is a symbol of significant significance.

Day 2: Drive Ahmedabad to Mount Abu via - Ambaji

In the morning visit Sabarmati Ashram – the home of Mahatma Gandhi. Later proceed to Mt. Abu. En-route visit Ambaji Temple. Arrive in Mount Abu. Later visit Nakki Lake.

Sabarmati Ashram

Mahatma Gandhi’s former home is now an interesting and simple museum. The Ashram was named after the eponymous Sabarmati River is fragmented into two sections : the original section the one where Gandhi actually resided and the contemporary section created through the designer Charles Correa. The ashram has an ambiance of peace, partly due to the respect visitors display and perhaps because of the special spirit that the place is. It was here that Gandhi initiated his Satyagraha Movement. The complex is dotted with people who are meditating and walking around in silence. They are looking at the gallery where you can see Gandhi’s photos and other memorabilia. The most enjoyable thing for travelers is to choose an item from the curio store and send a card from the postbox in the house. A special stamp called ‘charkha’ is utilized when mail departs the Ashram.

Ambaji Temple

It is the main temple of a goddess that was worshiped from the pre-Vedic era. She is commonly known as Arasuri Amba which is named after the place that the temple is located within the Arasur hills, close to where the Saraswati river near the southern-western part of the Aravali mountain range.

The red flag that flies over the temple dances amidst a jolly welcome in the breeze. Built of white marble and gold cones The temple was constructed on the orders of Nagar Brahmins. The main entrance is at the front, and an unassuming side-door as there is a belief to be the case that Mataji (another term to mean Ambaji) has ruled out the construction of any other entrance. The temple is enclosed by an open space known as chachar chowk where ritual havans, or sacrifices, are made.

Day 3: Mount Abu sightseeing

Enjoy the city tour of Mt. Abu. Visit Prajapita Bramhakumari Ashram and Gurushikhar. Later visit Dilwara temple. Free time for shopping in the evening.

Prajapita Bramhakumari Ashram

Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual Institute is an international non-governmental spiritual institution created through Dada Lekhraj Kripalani in the 1930s. Its headquarters are situated in Mount Abu. The mountain of Brahma Kumaris can also be known as “Madhuban’ (forest with honey). It is a mostly self-sufficient, self-sufficient community with the largest international group of yoga practitioners who visit every year.


Guru Shikhar is the highest peak in Guru Shikhar is the highest peak of Aravalli Range and lies about 15 km away from Mount Abu. The summit’s elevation is 1722 meters above sea level. This gives stunning views over the Aravalli range as well as Mount Abu’s hillstation. Mount Abu. Guru Shikhar translates to ‘the top of the guru which was named in honor of Guru Dattatreya who is believed to have lived on the summit in his time as monk. 

Dilwara temple

Dilwara Jain Temples are among the best Jain temples that is renowned for its amazing architectural design and impressive marble stone carvings. A few experts believe it is as superior in design to it’s counterpart, the Taj Mahal. The temple appears basic from the outside, however every cloud has a silver-colored liner, and the interior of the temple is a marvel of human handiwork in its finest. These temples were built from the 11th and 13th century AD. 

Day 4: drive Mount Abu to Udaipur

Proceed to Udaipur. Free time for shopping in the evening.

Day 5: Udaipur sightseeing

Enjoy the city tour of Udaipur. Visit Maharana Pratap Smarak – Moti Magri, Saheliyon ki Bari- ‘Garden of the Maids of Honour’, City Palace and unique Crystal Gallery followed by a light and sound show.

city palace

The City Palace Museum is the jewel of the Udaipur City Palace Complex. Here you can learn about the life and times of the Maharanas and get a sense of their culture. This sprawling museum actually contains a number of palaces, including the Mardana Mahal for royal men and Zenana Mahal for royal women.

saheliyon ki bari garden

Saheliyon Ki Bari, a magnificent garden located in Udaipur (India), is known as the Courtyard of Maidens. It is also known by the name “Garden or Courtyard of Maidens”. It was named after the maidens who accompanied Princess Maharana Sangram Singh after her marriage. The captivating Saheliyon Ki Bari can be found on the banks the Fateh Sagar Lake. The lush green lawns are complemented by canopied walking paths and stunning fountains. 

moti magri

Moti Magri is situated on the eastern shores of the Udaipur’s Fateh Sagar Lake. It is a monument to the Haldighati battle against the emperor Akbar which was fought during 1575.The monument is of Maharana Pratap stands at 11 feet tall and weighs 7 tonnes of weight. It was constructed around 1948, in the year 1948 by Maharana Bhagwat Singh.The Pearl Hill is an area of lush greenery, and is the perfect place to view the town of Udaipur. 

Day 6: drive Udaipur to Jodhpur

Proceed to Jodhpur. On arrival in Jodhpur free time for shopping in the evening.

Day 7: Jodhpur sightseeing

Enjoy the city tour of Jodhpur. Visit Ummaid Bhavan Palace museum, Mehrangarh Fort which includes Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Silah Khana, Daulat Khana and Rang Mahal. Later visit Jaswant Thada.


Jodhpur, located in Rajasthan’s Thar Desert, is a city. The Mehrangarh Fort, dating back to 15th century, is an ex-palace that now serves as a museum. It displays weapons, paintings, and elaborate royal palanquins (sedan chair). The fort is situated on a rocky outcrop and overlooks the walled town, where many buildings have been painted in the iconic shade of blue. Mighty Mehrangarh, the muscular fort that towers over the Blue City of Jodhpur.


Jaswant Thada, a royal cenotaph located on the left side the Mehrangarh Fortress complex, is one of Jodhpur’s most popular tourist attractions. It is a 19 th century structure, built in 1899. It was erected in memory of Jaswant II, the 33 Rathore ruler in Jodhpur. This cenotaph was ordered by Maharaja Sardar Singh, his son. This structure also contains 2 additional tombs. It is also near the royal crematorium, and 3 additional cenotaphs.

moti magri

Moti Magri is situated on the eastern shores of the Udaipur’s Fateh Sagar Lake. It is a monument to the Haldighati battle against the emperor Akbar which was fought during 1575.The monument is of Maharana Pratap stands at 11 feet tall and weighs 7 tonnes of weight. It was constructed around 1948, in the year 1948 by Maharana Bhagwat Singh.The Pearl Hill is an area of lush greenery, and is the perfect place to view the town of Udaipur. 

Day 8: Drive Jodhpur to Jaisalmer

Proceed to Jaisalmer. Enjoy boating in Gadisar Lake. In the evening enjoy the Puppet Show.

the Puppet Show

Rajasthani puppetry is referred to in the form of “Kathputli”. It is derived from two distinct words in Hindi that is “Kath” is a reference to wood, and “Putli” is a doll with no life or a toy. It has been in existence in India particularly for more than a thousand years. The nimble action of the puppeteers who use the puppets using their fingers and attractive facial features, vibrant colors , and dynamic voices will always entertain the audience. It makes our state Rajasthan an enormous amount of pride in performing this amazing dance form that was first introduced in the entire world, centuries ago.

Gadisar Lake

Gadisar Lake is a landmark of the beautiful town of Jaisalmer. This lake is a symbol of Rajasthani culture and heritage and one of the city’s most important assets. The first Maharaja of the city, Raja Rawal Jaisal built this lake to help with the water shortages. This lake is so vital to the city that many shrines and Ghats surround it.

Day 9: Jaisalmer sightseeing

Visit Golden Fort and Jain Mandir in the morning. Later visit Patwan ki Haweli and museum and Nathmalaji ki Haweli. Enjoy Camel ride, folk dance and magnificent sunset in famous Sam Sand Dunes with dinner.

Jaisalmer Fort

Sonar Quila, also known as the Jaisalmer Fort (Golden Fort), is its name. It rises out of the desert and appears to merge with the golden hues in the sand. The fort is engulfed in mystery by the setting sun, which adds an extra magic touch. Local craftsmen built the fort in the traditional style of the royals. This fort is a World Heritage Site and plays an important role in Satyajit Ray’s famous Feluda stories. It also appears in the movie Sonar Kela (The Golden Fortress).

Patwon Ki Haveli

Patwon ki Haveli is a beautiful example of Rajasthani architecture. You will find a treasure trove in the intricately carved walls, which end in delicate chajjas on yellow sandstone walls. The contrasting windows with artistic arches promise a wealth of experiences. These multi-storied buildings can best be described as artistic apartments.

Sam Sand Dunes

Desert SAFARI…As the night begins to dawn the beautiful majesty of the deserts could be enjoyed in Rajasthani style with your loved ones and family members during an overnight safari through the desert in Jaisalmer. This camp was created to provide visitors with the real-life impression that is unique to Jaisalmer evenings in the desert. It is possible to enjoy the early morning glow of the desert dawn while the soft light gives the tranquility.

Day 10: Drive Jaisalmer to bikaner

Proceed to Bikaner. Arrive at Bikaner.

Day 11: bikaner Sightseeing

Enjoy the city tour of Bikaner. Visit Asia’s biggest Camel Research Farm to watch different Camel breeds and baby camels. Visit Deshnok, Rat temple of Karni Mata, Junagarh Fort which includes Anup Mahal, Gaj Mandir, Sheesh Mahal and Prachina Museum. View Lalgarh Palace and visit Sadual Museum.

Rat temple of Karni Mata

Karni Mata Temple, also known as”the “temple that is home to rats” is a well-known temple in Deshnoke which is located 30km distant from Bikaner in Rajasthan, India.

The temple is known throughout India for its thousands of black rats who live within the sanctuary and is considered to be sacred. They are believed to be sacred and are referred to”kabbas. “kabbas”. A lot of people visit the temple from far-off locations to pay reverence to the rats and witness their dreams to be realized. The temple is awash with a large amount of interested tourists from across India simply acknowledging their presence in the form of “rats”.

Junagarh Fort

A moat surrounds the fort. Junagarh fort has a imposing structure. The palace complex contains amazing structures within its borders. The palaces made of red and marble create a stunning collection of windows, kiosks and balconies, as well as courtyards that are stunning. Junagarh Fort complex has two entrances. It has an overall length of 986 walls with 37 bastions. There are 37 palaces, as well as several temples and pavilions. One of the best features of the architectural style of the Junagarh fort is the stone carving that is of the highest quality. Many rooms in the palace are decorated with decor and paintings executed in a traditional manner.


Lalgarh Palace

More than a century ago, the Maharaja Ganga Singhji of Bikaner, created a palace that has stood the test of the elements and desert sun for more than 100 years. It is located at Bikaner (Rajasthan) located deep in the middle of the Thar Desert, the Lallgarh Palace is awash with the charm and grandeur of a time of royalty which has since passed.

The Palace offers a surprising beautiful mix of west and east and is regarded as one of the most magnificent palaces of the royal family built in the nineteenth century. The architect who designed it Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, valued the contributions of local Indian artisans. 

Day 12: Drive Bikaner to Jaipur

Proceed to Jaipur. On arrival in Jaipur visit Birla Mandir and Sanganeri Printings Showroom. Visit Chokhi Dhani – a traditional Rajasthani village in the evening.

chokhi Dhani

Around 20 kilometres from the main city of Jaipur, there is a mock village called ‘Chokhi Dhani’, which is a perfect mirror to the Rajasthani culture, food, traditions and heritage. The name Chokhi Dhani literally translates to Rajasthani Culture. Specially designed to attract and introduce tourists to the authentic Rajasthani culture and heritage, the village was set up in 1989 over an area spanning 10 acres. Soon after, by 1994, Chokhi Dhani gained its own share of fame among the tourists across the world.

birla mandir

Most tourists love to visit the famous temples of any city they are visiting and tourists travelling to Jaipur make it a point to visit the Birla Mandir. A symbol of tranquility in pristine white, Birla Mandir stands majestically with the backdrop of a hilly landscape. Birla temple is a landmark for the city and sees a large number of tourists and devotees every day. It is also known as the Laxmi Narayan temple and is the sanctum sanctorum of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi.

Day 13: Jaipur sightseeing

Proceed to Jaipur. On arrival in Jaipur visit Birla Mandir and Sanganeri Printings Showroom. Visit Chokhi Dhani – a traditional Rajasthani village in the evening.


The huge Amer Palace Fort, which is situated on top of a small hill at about 11km from Jaipur’s main city, is one of Jaipur’s most popular tourist attractions. The impressive Amer Fort complex is a large palace complex made with pale yellow and pink Sandstone and white marble. Each section of the fort has its own courtyards.

hawa mahal

Hawa Mahal, located just a stones throw from Pink City’s commercial center, is Jaipur’s landmark. This five-story building, also known as the “Palace of Winds”, was constructed in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. The palace has 953 windows, or ‘Jharokhas’, that are decorated with intricate designs. The complex of Hawa Mahal also contains a small museum that houses important items such as miniature paintings and ceremonial armour.


Jantar Mantar in Jaipur has been the epitomize of many a traveler’s desire over the many years. A astronomical observatory open to the public which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is among the most unique and long-lasting attractions in Jaipur as well as across the globe. The fascinating history of the observatory predates modern technology This observatory was from its time, and showed the old ways of studying the skies and stars.

Day 14: drive Jaipur to Ajmer / Pushkar

Proceed to Ajmer. On arrival, visit Moinuddin Chishti Darga.

Moinuddin Chishti Darga

It is believed that the Dargah in Khwaja Moin-ud-din Chishti is the most revered and sacred shrine for Muslims not just in Rajasthan as well as in India too. The shrine is also known by the name of Ajmer Sharif, it encapsulates the remains of the renowned Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. It is located in the Ajmer city Ajmer in Rajasthan the shrine is visited by all people from all faiths as well as creeds, casts and creeds. The Dargah is an illustration the beauty of Mughal Architecture and their faith. A daughter of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan had established a prayer area specifically for women who were who were his followers. The belief is that those who go to it and pray an unwavering heart and soul frequently get their desires granted and, with his blessing, are free of suffering.

Day 15: drive Ajmer / Pushkar to Ranthambore

In the morning visit Bramha Mandir and Pushkar Tirth. Proceed to Ranthambore. Arrive in Ranthambore in the evening.

Bramha Mandir

Jagatpita Brahma Mandir or the Brahma Temple, which is located within Pushkar, Rajasthan is the most well-known Hindu shrine dedicated to God Brahma who is thought to be the creator of all things. It is the only shrine dedicated exclusively to Brahma in India It draws thousands of devotees each year. The town of Pushkar appears to be holy due to the presence of the Brahma Temple. It is also mentioned among the top ten sacred destinations around the world as well as the five holy pilgrimages of Hindus throughout India.

Day 16: Ranthambore sightseeing

In the morning take a canter safari in Ranthambore National park for wildlife viewing. It is home to animals like the jackal, mongoose, sloth bear, leopard and tiger.

Ranthambore National park

Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest and well-known park nationals within Northern India. The park is situated within the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan that is approximately 130 kilometers from Jaipur.

The Ranthambore National Park was once thought to be one of the most famous and old hunting grounds of the Maharajas in Jaipur The Ranthambore National Park terrain is an important tourist destination for wildlife that has attracted the attention of numerous wildlife photographers and wildlife enthusiasts.

Day 17: drive Ranthambore to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri

Proceed to Agra, en-route visit Fatehpur Sikri. Fatehpur Sikri was built by emperor Akbar in 1569 and is known for its towering Buland Darwaja, and many other beautiful and magnificent structures like Diwan-i-Am, Diwan-i-Khas, Panch Mahal, tomb of Saint Sheikh Salim Chishti, and the Jama Masjid. Arrive at Agra in the evening.

fatehpur sikri

The site was constructed in the reign of Emperor Akbar in his plan to construct a magnificent capital for his empire The World Heritage Site of Fatehpur Sikri is located 39 kilometers from Agra in Uttar Pradesh. Fatehpur Sikri served as the Mughal capital from 1571 until 1585. The city is spread over eight square kilometers the city is three miles in length and one mile wide. Built using red Sikri Sandstone The city’s architectural style is a mixture between Islamic in addition to Hindu styles. Sandstone used throughout the city features exquisite ornamental design and intricate carvings.

Day 18: Agra sightseeing

Enjoy the city tour of Agra. Visit the historic Agra Fort, which houses beautiful buildings reminiscent of the Mughal Period like the Jahangiri Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas, Diwan-i-Am and Moti Masjid. Later visit Taj Mahal,- one of the Seven Wonder of the World. Free time for shopping in the evening.

Agra Fort

A time of fortifications and incursions, in which power was symbolized through magnificent palaces and larger forts. During this time, there was constructed the AGRA FORT. The towering heights and intimidating façades that inspire fear and awe into the bravest however, there were those who fought through the adversity and left their mark in the history of humanity, and a legacy that remains. Built structures as a mark of strength remind us of the courage and strength of the brave women and men who took on, destroyed, and built these massive structures.

Taj Mahal

The Taj is most attractive in the stillness of early mornings with its misty cloak and bathed in the soft glowing red. When its massive marble surfaces fade to shadows or reflect the sun’s rays the Taj’s colour shifts between the soft grey and yellow, to pearly cream, and stunning white. It’s recommended to visit it at different time. This light play is a key decorative element that symbolically suggests the existence of Allah which is not seen in anthropomorphic form.

Day 19: drive Agra to delhi

Proceed to Delhi. On arrival, visit the Raj Ghat and Ashok Pillar. Later visit the Red Fort, built by Shahjahan in red sandstone, on the banks of Yamuna River. The fort has within itself Diwan-i-Am – the pillared Hall of Public Audience, Diwan-i-Khas – the Hall of Private Audience and the Pearl Mosque. Enjoy the light and sound show at Red fort in the evening.

raj ghat

Raj Ghat is an obituary for Mahatma Gandhi. It’s situated close to the River Yamuna and was the original name of an ancient ghat. The ghat was called the Raj Ghat Gate of the walled city that opened from Raj Ghat on the Yamuna. The memorial space was also referred to as Raj Ghat. This was the place where Mahatma Gandhi’s final rites were held on January 31, 1948, which was a day following his death.

Red Fort

Red Fort Red Fort is a historical fortification situated in the ancient Delhi region. Shah Jahan constructed it in 1639 in response to the capital’s change to Agra in the state of Agra to Delhi. The main residence of the Emperors of the Mughal Dynasty, this massive structure gets its name due to its impregnable red sandstone walls. Apart from accommodating the emperors as well as their families, it served as the political and ceremonial centre for the Mughal state, and also the venue for major events that impacted the region. 

Day 20: delhi sightseeing

Visit Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Humayun’s Tomb. Enjoy city orientation tour that includes Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, India Gate (War Memorial Arch), Rastrapati Bhavan, Parliament House. Visit Lakshmi Narayan Birla Mandir. Free time for shopping. Enj oy get together with your travel companions in the evening.

the Qutub Minar

Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, the ruler of Jaipur was one of the best theorists of ancient India. After achieving the milestones of constructing the planned city Jaipur, as well as several other scientific and architectural epitomes, the Maharaja built five astronomical instruments to study space. These instruments were called Jantar Mantar, which means Calculating Instrument. The largest of these instruments is located in Jaipur and has been


After the foundation stone of this museum was laid in 1876 to commemorate the visit of the Prince of Wales, there arose confusion about the usage of this hall. Plenty of suggestions came in asking for using this hall for educational or political use, none of which held good!

Lakshmi Narayan Birla Mandir

Laxmi Narayan Temple is called Birla Mandir is one of Delhi’s most important temples as well as a major tourist attraction. It was built by the industrialist Sh. J.K. Birla in 1939 This gorgeous temple is located to West Connaught Place. This temple was dedicated by Laxmi (the goddess of wealth) in addition to Narayana (The protector). It was opened by Mahatma Gandhi under the condition that all people from all castes are admitted to the temple.

Day 21: Departure from Delhi

Board the train for your hometown. Tour Concludes

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