Besides, Forts, Rajasthan is also celebrated for its well-designed temples. Beginning from royal residencies to lavish inns, every structure has been built with intricate features here. And through this Rajasthan temple tour, you can discover wonderful sanctuaries around the state well known for magnificence, customs and traditions. Come along and explore with us the best religious temple across Delhi and Jaipur. We guarantee you that it will be among the most extraordinary tour of your life.
Day 1 : Arrival At Delhi
Once you arrive At Delhi, our executives’ will you pick you up and then drop you off at the pre-booked hotel. Delhi is where you can literally witness two different eras, each with an aura of its own. As you travel through from Old Delhi to New Delhi, you can experience the different flavors of old and new.
Day 2 : Delhi touring
After breakfast at the hotel, we will explore the popular sanctuaries of Delhi, beginning with the Birla temple devoted to goddess Laxmi and God Narayan. From here we then drive to the Old Delhi region where we will visit the Jama Masjid, biggest mosque in India, worked by the Mughal ruler Shah Jahan. Visit to Old Delhi isn’t complete without visiting Chandni Chowk the most established market of Delhi. Evening we drive to Bahai temple additionally called Lotus temple. Simply close to the lotus temple is ISKON sanctuary, devoted to Lord Krishna and Radha, from here, we then visit Akshamdham temple committed to God Swami Narayan. Once the sightseeing is complete, you then head back to the hotel for the night.
Day 3 : Delhi - Ajmer - Pushkar (6 hour, 43 min/ 403.4 km)
Early morning, our executives will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to Pushkar. On the way, you will stop at Ajmer and explore the popular temples here. On reaching at Ajmer, we will visit the celebrated Dargarh of Muslim holy person Moinuddin Chishti. We will then head further and arrive at Pushkar. After freshening up, we will continue the temple tour and visit the well-known sanctuary committed to Lord Brahma and Savitri Temple. Later in the evening, we will explore Pushkar Lake, a blessed lake, where the general population used to take the sacred plunges. Stay the night at Pushkar.
Day 4 : Pushkar - Jaipur (2 hours, 32 min/145.0 km)
After breakfast at the Pushkar, we will drive to Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Wealthy in legacy and culture, prevalently known as the pink city, Jaipur comprises of various great Forts and royal residences. Additionally it is acclaimed for its valuable and semi valuable stones. On arrival at Jaipur, check in at the hotel and stroll through the close by markets here. Evening we will continue for the supper at nearby eatery while enjoying the Rajasthani Dance.
Day 5 : Tour across Jaipur
After breakfast, we continue our sightseeing tour in Jaipur, beginning with Amber Fort, situated on the edges of Jaipur. The fortress is very much protected and has gathering of works of art, fine arts, arms and different assets of the regal family. Here we will likewise visit the Shila Devi temple one of the most established sanctuary. From here we drive to the downtown area visiting the city royal residence and exhibition hall, where the illustrious family still used to live, and a large portion of the castle is changed over into historical center. Here we will visit the Govind Dev Ji Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha. From here we will visit the renowned Birla temple, worked in white marbles, and an essential milestone of Jaipur. Spend the night relaxing at your comfortable room.
Day 6 : Jaipur - Jodhpur (5 hour, 32 min/337.3 km)
Today early morning we set out toward a lengthy drive towards our next destination - Jodhpur. Established by Rao Jodha in 1459, it is presently the second biggest city of Rajasthan state. It is called as a “Blue City”. On landing here, check in at the hotel and take some rest.
Day 7 : Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Mount Abu (4 hours, 10 min/260.7 km)
Today, the city visit starts with the visit to the fundamental fascination here “Mehrangarh Fort” the massive fortress towers over the blue city. Inside the fortification dividers is a royal residence complex and system of patios that feature a case of Rajput engineering. It houses an exhibition hall that has an astonishing accumulation of Indian eminence adornments, howdahs, miniatures and arsenal. Jaswant Thada is our next stop which is the white marble dedication of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. From here, we drive towards Mount Abu, enroute, we will visit Ranakpur Jain sanctuaries. The primary sanctuary is “Chaumukha Mandir” (Four Faced Temple) which is devoted to Adinath. We then drive to Mount Abu, a well-known hill station of Rajasthan, lies in the Aravalli slopes of Rajasthan. Once you arrive here, check in at the hotel and rest the night!
Day 8 : Tour across Mount Abu
After breakfast, we continue for the touring of Mount Abu and visit Dilwara Jain Temples assembled in eleventh century. These sanctuaries are devoted to Jain Tirthankara, Adinath. From here visit the Nakki Lake. And then, we head to Guru Shikhar, the popular sanctuary of Guru Dattatreya. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 9 : Mount Abu - Udaipur (2hours, 49 min/ 163.2 km)
Today we will be heading to our last stop, Udaipur, which is an excellent city of lakes, castles, lavish lodgings and so on. On reaching at Udaipur, check in to the hotel and later continue for the touring of Udaipur. Visit the City Palace historical centre which incorporates of the sublime and shower lobbies with mosaics, glass and mirror work. Later we will cover the other visitor locales of Udaipur that included Fateh Sagar Lake, Bagore-ki-Haveli, and Saheliyon-ki-Bari and Jagdish sanctuary. Head to Lake Pichola for the evening and then get back to the hotel for the night.
Day 10 : Departure
On the 10th day, your tour comes to an end. With memories umpteen and all smiles, we head back home.
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