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India Golden Triangle Tour: What are the Highlights?
Posted by Narendra Poonia

The India Golden Triangle tour helps you explore an incredible route between Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Being one of the popular tourist circuits in India, the Golden Triangle is a classic introduction for any visitor that offers a fascinating array of sights, color and wide array of cultural experiences. By booking a classic Golden triangle tour package , as a tourist or visitor, you will get a chance to embark on a cultural journey and explore the fascinating historical destinations of the country. On this tour, you will get a chance to explore the various attractions, gardens, palaces, forts, and landscapes of New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur (Rajasthan). These cities are considered as a trademark of Indian art, heritage, and culture.

Here are some of the highlights of India Golden Triangle tour, please have a look!

India Gate


  1. India Gate:

The India Gate was built to commemorate the Indian soldiers who laid down their lives during the World War I. By visiting this place, you will get a chance to witness the memorial’s magnificence. Here you will get a chance to see the Amar Jawan Jyoti- the eternal flame that reminds about the sacrifices of the soldiers.

  1. Remarkable Epitomes of Power:

On your Golden Triangle tour, you will get a chance to visit the remarkable epitomes of power in New Delhi like the Rashtrapati Bhaban (President’s House), Parliament House and the Secretariat Building. These buildings are not only politically significant but also have a strikingly impressive architecture with an overpowering persona.

  1. Cultural Side:

You can explore an attractive cultural side of Delhi by visiting the prime heritage sites like the Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid, Red Fort and Qutub Minar.

Taj Mahal


  1. Taj Mahal:

One of the great wonders of the world- Taj Mahal in Agra is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This breathtakingly beautiful mausoleum of white marble stands as the symbol of love and beauty. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the loving memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal- the Taj Mahal. This place is one of the best highlights of the Golden Triangle tour, which attracts a huge number of people from all around the world.

  1. Agra Fort:

The Agra Fort, located 2.5 km from the Taj Mahal that has a maze-like structure, a striking amalgamation of red sandstone, high rise walls and an unmatched royal persona. After the beautiful Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort is one of the most preferred places to visit in Agra.

Amber Fort


  1. Amber Fort:

This is one of the striking UNESCO World Heritage Site, which sits atop a small hill with stunning exteriors of red and white sandstone. The stunningly beautiful Amber or Amer Fort has many eye-catching wonders and boasts of a charming royal persona.

  1. Enchanting Marvels:

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Planning a Taj Mahal Tour – Top Things to Know about Taj Mahal
Posted by Narendra Poonia

Taj Mahal is the most recognizable monument ever built in India – that has graced the covers of travel magazines and acted as a great symbol for love and devotion.

If you’re planning a Taj Mahal India tour, how much do you actually know about this magnificent site? Here are a few important things you should know before booking a Taj Mahal tour on vacation:


1. Each side of Taj Mahal was designed identically using symmetry and geometry so that no matter whatever direction you approach it, you are always awarded by the same magnificent image.

2. Though Taj Mahal features unique design, one of the most appealing features is its changing color. Hence, when the reflection of sunlight reaches the white marble of the Taj Mahal, it appears different colors at different time of a day. For instance, pink color in the morning, white during the day and golden color during moon night.

3. To protect the Taj Mahal from the potential hazards like earthquake, its four minarets were constructed at a slight slant away from the Taj Mahal. This implies that if the pillars ever start collapsing, they would fall away from the structure instead of towards it, protect it from any further hazard.


4. On a Taj Mahal tour, taking a first glimpse is truly beautiful and when you see it up close, you will start appreciating the detail and care that involved in its wonderful construction. Around 28 different precious and semi-precious stones from all around the world are set into the marble.

5. The unique feature of Taj includes the passages from Quran which have been inscribed into the walls as attractive elements throughout the complex.

6. When the Taj Mahal was constructed in the 1600s, it was estimated that the cost of construction required a sum of 32 million rupees – which is over 1 billion British Pounds as per the current value.

7. There’s no doubt that Taj Mahal is an idyllic image and a World Heritage Site around the world. It took almost 22 years to complete the construction by more than 20,000 workers.


8. Taj Mahal, in Agra is one of the outstanding marvels of architecture and the Seven Wonders of the World as well as the epitome of love.

9. Constructed on the banks of River Yamuna, Taj Mahal is a magnificence of Indian culture featured with colossal architecture. You can see the replica of Taj Mahal in a massive reflecting pool that beautifully creates the mirage of Taj Mahal.


Conclusion –

Feeling excited to take a Taj Mahal India tour? Consider booking Taj Mahal tour with Colourful Indian Holidays. Our tour packages allow you to see the picturesque locations of India that ranges from world renowned temples, Indian forts and palaces, colorful Indian culture and much more. Contact us today and let us design a well planned, perfectly executed tour itinerary...Read More

Top 5 Tourist Hotspots to Visit in North India
Posted by Narendra Poonia

India is a country that likely visions the formidable forts, temples and palaces – which are set against a backdrop of bright colors and history. It’s exactly the same what North India provides!

If you are planning a trip to India with an India tour operator and confused about where to start your holiday, here are a few tourist places in North India showcasing diverse beauty of nature and incredible Indian culture:


1. Delhi –

Indian capital city, Delhi is the topmost sightseeing place that may not be avoided on holidays. The city brings life to the ancient past and showcases India’s modern future. However, the city is divided into the crumbling old city of Old Delhi and the orderly, well-planned New Delhi. Both of them exist side by side; but seem like they’re worlds apart. The magnificent city boasts evocative mosques, forts and monuments that are left over from the Mughal rulers.

2. Agra –

When visiting Agra with an Indian travel agent, you shouldn’t miss out the sightseeing wonders of Taj Mahal. It’s India’s most famous monument and certainly the most popular, identifiable sighting all over the world. One of the most captivating facts about Taj Mahal is that its color changes gradually in the changing light of the day. No matter what, Agra and Taj Mahal are the most commonly visited tourist destination and also the amazing part of India’s famous Golden Triangle tourist circuit – which comprises of Delhi and Jaipur.

3. Amritsar –

The home to the majestic Golden Temple, Amritsar is the spiritual capital of the Sikhs and has got its name, meaning “Holy Pool of Nectar” from the water body around the Golden Temple. The exceptional design of Golden Temple attracts pilgrims from all over the world and looks captivating during night, when lit up beautifully with its imposing pure gold dome illuminated.

4. Varanasi –

Varanasi is one of the top spiritual destinations in India and is a sacred city of Lord Shiva – the god of destruction. It’s even believed that anyone who dies here will be liberated from the reincarnation cycle. Even a bath in the Ganges River is said to clean away all sins. Besides, the most fascinating fact about this mystical city is that its rituals are revealed openly to along the plentiful riverside ghats.

5. Khajuraho –

Khajuraho has unique temples with meticulously designed carvings. These ancient temples dated back to the 10 th and 11 th centuries are well-known for their erotic sculptures. Moreover, there are over 20 temples in Khajuraho devoted to sex and sexuality. On the top of that, the temples show a celebration of life, love and worship.

Conclusion –

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