The yoga and meditation tour is a relaxing and rejuvenating tour for people of all age group. This can also be mentioned as a natural way by which express the joy of the mind, body and their precious life. The ancient practices of Pranayama, yoga and other practices are followed in order to understand the mind, body, and soul. All the destinations and halt points are away from city pollution and noise and hence a novice experience can be enjoyed by the tourists. Transferring to the guest hotel can be charged additionally as the tourists are providing with train tickets only. Also, last minute booking would be charged extra, hence prior booking is advised.
On day 1 tourist arrive Delhi, where they are greeted by tour representatives and transferred to the guest hotel. Check-in and relax in the hotel and later on explore the bustling markets of Delhi. Delhi is a bust metropolitan which blends ancient with modern time. The strategic location of Delhi stands to be a key reason for many dynasties to choose Delhi as their seat of power. It is also believed that there are many mythological cities such as Indraprastha city from the Mahabharata epic. There were copious rulers like AlauddinKhilji, Qutub-ud-din Aibek, Shah Jahan and Humayun who built a number of monuments. Complete dinner and halt the night at Delhi.
The guided tour of Delhi starts, where the first place to be visited is the Jama Masjid which is the main mosque in Old Delhi. The largest and best mosque in Delhi was constructed by Emperor Shah Jahan during 1656 AD. Tourists can walk through the old market place of Jahanabad, next would be the Red Fort built by Shah Jahan. The next place would be the memorial for our Father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi at Raj Ghat.
This place has the cremation of Mahatma Gandhi, which is presented by a simple black colored platform. Next would be a drive towards India Gate which is a memorial for soldiers who fought in Afghan and world war I. the walls has the names of the soldiers who fought the battle. The next attraction would be the President's house which is the official resident of the President. The next would be the memorial of Mughal EmporerHumayun known as Humayun tomb. The next would be the Qutub Minar constructed by Qutub-ud-din Aibek, the familiarity is the 72m high brick minaret which is the tallest in the world. The evening is leisure time and tourists can halt the night at Delhi after dinner.
Day 3's visit would be driven to Rishikeshen route Haridwar. Haridwar is positioned on the banks of Ganga River which stands on the lower side of Himalaya's. range and particularly on the Shivalik range. The actual meaning of Haridwar is Gateway to god and is also the best pilgrimage site in India.
The lower lap of Himalayas is the Rishikesh which is covered with scenic beauty and Ganga flowing all over. Rishikesh is mentioned as the yoga capital of the world. Rishikesh is also a famed spot as it is the start point and gate way for a number of a religious journey to Gangotri, Kedarnath, Yamunotri, and Badrinath. Tourists can have dinner and halt the night at Rishikesh.
The new day starts with the Yoga session in the morning at the hotel. The first visit here would be the LakshmanJhula which is an iron bride that was built in 1929. Rama's brother, Lakshman is said to have crossed the river with a Jute rope. By standing on the bridge, tourist can enjoy the scenic beauty and cool breeze. Next to LakshmanJhula, is the Ram Jhula which is built between Sawarg and ShivanandAshram. The bridge is also known as ShivanadJhula. The next visit would be to GeethaBhavan which is famed for statues and attractive paintings in Hindu mythology. Have dinner at the hotel and halt the night at Rishikesh.
Morning would be a long drive to Delhi. Check-in to the hotel at Delhi and halt the night at Delhi.
On day 6 tourists drive to Jaipur which is also called the pink city. Jaipur is the colorful and splashy capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is considered as the most heritage cities in India as for its precious and rich past and has splendid bravery tales. Maharaja Swami Jai Singh II who was the ruler of Amber is the founder of Jaipur in 1728. There would be an evening trip to ChokhiDhani complex which is about 15km from Jaipur and is an ethnic resort. The village scenario of Rajasthan is recreated in this area along with folk music and dance. After completion of this attraction, tourists are driven back to the hotel where they have dinner and halt in Jaipur the night.
On day 7 the first attraction to be visited is the Amber fort, it was Raja Man Singh who had power on this fort. Tourists can experience an overwhelming ride as they go on an elephant ride to reach the fort on the hill. The next place of interest is the City Palace which is a mix of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. The middle of the Palace is a seven-storied structure and is called the Chandra Palace. The gardens and structures can be enjoyed by the tourists. The JantarMantar would be next place to visit which is considered as an astronomical treasure, a solar observatory, along with solar devices which provide perfect predictions till today. The next visit would be the Palace of winds (Hawa Mahal) which is a five storied building built of red Sandstone. There were 593 windows through which the royal women in the Palace the happenings outside the city. Have your dinner and stay the night at Jaipur.
Today tourists start their drive towards Agra where they visit FatehpurSikri on the way. The Fathehpur Sikri was mentioned as the political capital of India's Mughal Empire. This was during Akbar's time where it was vacated strictly due to lack of water. After visiting this, tourists drive towards Agra which is a city located on the banks of River Yamuna. From 1526 to 1628, this place was prominent as Mughal emperor's capital. This place is also familiar as a tourists destination for the plenty Mughal era monuments mainly the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, and Agra Fort. All these three places are listed as world heritage site by UNESCO. Complete your dinner and halt the night at Agra.
This day is very special as tourists are to visit the world famed Taj Mahal which is a symbol of love at the banks of river Yamuna. Shah Jahan, the 5th Mughal Emperor built the Taj Mahal in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal in 1631. It took about 22 years for the monument to get completed. The next attraction would be to visit Agra Fort which was taken by the Mughal emperor Akbar from Lodhis in the 16th century. The fort is also described as a walled palatial city. The fort is built with red sandstone where the interiors are laid with intricate decorations and white marble. The next visit would be to Akbar's tomb called Sikandra. In 1613, the tomb's construction was completed by his son Jahangir.
The culture and history of Mathura revolve around Lord Krishna. There are numerous Jubilant festivals like Teej, Holi, and Janmashtami. The places to be visited here are the Sri Krishna Bhumi, Dwarkadeesh temple, and KansQuila. Then tourists can move on to Vrindavan which is a town which has stories and tales about of Lord Krishna's pranks. There are also stories which explain Queen MiraBaiwho who sacrificed in devotion to Lord Krishna. The other visits would be Rangagi, Govinddevtemple, RadhaBallabh temple, and Gopinath temple. Drive to Delhi and get transferred to the hotel. Halt and stay at Delhi the night.
Now, it's time for tourists to board their respective flights towards their home city.
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