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Same Day Tours
Tours To Delhi-Vrindavan -Mathura
We also organize Delhi-Vrindavan Tours, which covers the trip to the holy town of Mathura, which is associated with Hindu God Lord Krishna. The ancient city of Mathura derives its glory and sacred character from being the birth place of Lord Krishna. The tour also covers Vrindavan, another major place of pilgrimage. In addition to this, we also take our tourists to Agra, the city known for the Taj Mahal.
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|Day 02: Delhi - Vrandavan - Mathura|| |
|Day 03 : Mathura|| |
|Day 04 : Mathura|| |
|Day 05 : Mathura - Agra|| |
|Day 06 : Agra - Delhi|| |
Tours To Delhi
Our organization is engaged in offering package services of Delhi to Chandigarh. The duration of the tour is of 2 daays and the places that would be visited are Delhi, Chandigarh and Kurukshetra. Chandigarh is the India's youngest city, which has been planned by the famous French architect Le Corbusier. It is a Union Territory and is under the direct administration of the Government of India and is not constituted as the state with its own legislative assembly. In India a Union Territory is like the District of Columbia in the USA.
Kurukshetra – It is the ancient land of Kurukshetra and is regarded as the birthplace of Hinduism, which is the one of the greatest religions of the world. Kurukshetra is a place where where learned 'rishis' compiled the Sama Veda and Rig Veda and the sage Manu penned his 'Manusmriti'. This place was named after the great sage king Kuru and is also the site of the epic battle of Mahabharata. It was graced with the visits of Lord Krishna, the Buddha and the Sikh gurus.
Day-wise Itinerary of the Tour
- After breakfast leave Delhi for Chandigarh
- Afternoon city tour of Chandigarh
- Visit of Sukhna Lake, rose Garden that is the world famous garden created by Nem Chand from waste material
- Overnight stay at the hotel
- After breakfast leave for Kurukshetra
- Visit Brahma Sarovar Legend that has its legend that Lord Brahma created the universe from the land of Kurukshetra, after a huge yajna. The Brahma Sarovar is believed to be the cradle of civilisation
- Visit of Shri Krishna Museum: The exhibits in the museum depict varied facets of Lord Krishna's life and times, which includes Patta Chitra, Kangra, Madhubani and Pichhvai paintings, bronze collections dating to the Pallava, Chola and Nayaka periods
- Visit of Gurudwaras: Gurudwara Sidhbati is the famous site where Guru Nanak stayed during his sojourn at Kurukshetra. Among the many gurudwaras dotting the region are a gurudwara dedicated to Guru Hargobindji, located near the Sannihit tank and Gurudwara Rajghat built in the memory of Guru Gobind Singh's.
- In the evening drive back to Delhi and on arrival transfer to airport in time to connect the client with flight for onward destination
Tours To Delhi-Vridavan-Delhi
We are a leading tour operators, engaged in organizing Tours to Delhi - Vridavan -Delhi , which is popular for Lord Krishna. Every square foot of the Mathura-Vrindavan is also wrapped in the timeless devotion to Lord Krishna, which is known as the evergreen hero of Hinduism, the cowherd-prince, the lover of Radha, and the re-incarnation of God Vishnu. Mathura without God Krishna is like the bethlehem without Christ. We welcome our clients to the Brajbhoomi or Krishna-land.
- Leave Delhi for Mathura and on arrival visit various Hindu temples most of which are dedicated to Lord Krishna most prominent among them is the Dwarkadheesh temple
- Please note that most of the temples are closed for visitors from 12 noon to 3 P. M, so in order to have darshans you must leave Delhi early in the morning
- Vrindavan, around 15 km from Mathura, is a major place of pilgrimage, on the banks of Yamuna
- Attracting about 5 lakhs pilgrims every year, it is noted for its numerous temples- both old and modern
- Vrindavan is synonymous with the innocent mirth and child like playfulness of Shri Krishna
- Vrindavan, the dusty little town known for the temples, big and small, famous and remote strewn all over the place
The city of Mathura, in the Uttar Pradesh, which is the nucleus of Brajbhoomi, is situated at a distance of 145 km south-east of the city of Delhi and around 58 km north-west of Agra. Covering a large area of around 3,800 sq. km., today, Brajbhoomi can also be divided into two distinquished units - the eastern part, which is in the trans-Yamuna tract along with places like Gokul, Baldeo, Mahavan, Mat and Bajna whereas the western side of the Yamuna is covering the Mathura region, which encompasses the following places:
- Kusum Sarovar
The land of the Braj starts right from Kotban near around Hodel which is 95 km from Delhi and then ends at Runakuta which is especially known for its association with popular poet Surdas, who was an ardent Krishna devotee.
About Lord Shri Krishna:
Shri Krishna, was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who was born in the Dwapara Yuga as the eighth son of the Vasudev, Yadava prince and his wife Devaki. In order to protect him from the murderous objectives of his maternal uncle Kansa, who was the ruler of Mathura. Then, the infant Krishna was just spirited away soon after the birth to Gokul, which is known as the village of the gopas (cowherds) in the Braj (their pastureland). It was there when he grew to his manhood, in a tender care of his foster parents known as Nand and Yashoda in the happy company of the village cowherds.
Tours To Delhi-Haridwar-Delhi
The tour planners working with us helps us in providing traveling services to our clients within their budget to their preferred location. Our special pilgrimage same day tour to Delhi-Haridwar-Delhi is preferred by our clients who availed it.
Situated at the base of Shivalik Hills Haridwar is a famous religious city, also known as “City of Holy Ganges”. According to Hindus, Haridwar is one of the seven holiest places in India. Haridwar is considered very holy, as this is the point from where the Ganges emerges from the Himalayas to begin its slow progress across the plains. The main ghat 'Har ki Pauri' (the footsteps of God) is supposed to be the precise spot where the Ganges leaves the mountains and enters the plains. Consequently the river's power to wash away sins at this spot is superlative and endorsed by a footprint of Vishnu left on a stone here. Every year thousands of tourists visit Haridwar to take a holy dip in the holy Ganges that comes down from the Himalayas.
One can visit the religious temples, ashrams and take part in the famous aarti performed every morning and evening at the banks of Ganges at Haridwar during Delhi Haridwar Weekend Tour which takes a duration of 2 Nights / 3 Days covering Delhi - Haridwar - Rishikesh – Delhi.
Famous Sightseeing Attractions:
- Bharat Mata Mandir
- Chandi Devi
- Canal Centenary Bridge
- Mansa Devi Temple
- Neel Kanth Mahadev
- Pawan Dham
- Daksh Mahadev Temple
- Chila National Park
- Manav Kalyan Ashram
- Sati Kund
|Day 1: Delhi - Haridwar - Rishikesh|| |
|Day 2: Rishikesh|| |
Glass House on The Ganges: This place was once a private garden-retreat of the Maharajas of Tehri Garhwal. This place is set in a litchi orchard with a garden of tropical plants, rare birds & butterflies. Moreover, this location is considered auspicious since it is the only place where the Ganges flows towards the north. The property offers relaxed atmosphere replete with leisure, reading, log fires and barbecue near the banks of the river.
Tours To Delhi - Amritsar - Delhi
We are engaged in offering travel and tour services to our clients. Owing to the assistance of our expert professionals, we successfully arrange same day tours within India. Our Delhi-Amritsar- Delhi is one such tour package. Amritsar is considered one of the most sacred shrine of the Sikhs and also for the famous Golden Temple. This city derived its name from the water pool (Pool of Nectar). The town is also famous worldwide for the occurrence of massacre, in the historic Jallianwala Bagh by the British General Dyer's.
Today, Amritsar has advanced rapidly and is not known only as a historical or religious city, but also an industrial city with numerous small and medium scale industries. Amritsar houses several Textile Industry, Paint Industry, Machine Tools, Rice, Fan Industry.
Golden Temple : Golden Temple , one of the most sacred temple of the Sikhs that was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The lower portion of the building displays white marble inlay work and the upper portion is embellished with copper coated over by gold plate. The other attractions inside the shrine is the Guru Granth Sahib, the Holy Book of the Sikhs and the 24 hours running kitchen, which feeds about 10,000 pilgrims every day, the kitchen is run on a voluntary basis. Devotees visits this place from all sects of life irrespective of their cast and creed come here to pay homage to the temple.
Jallianwal Bagh : Very close to Golden Temple, is the Jallianwala Bagh (a memorial), where during the British rule in India, General Dyer opened fire on innocent people causing a massacre on 13th April 1919. The place is now a national monument. The walls inside this building still bears the bullet marks of this tragedy.
Ram Bag : Ram Bag is a beautiful garden consisting of an amazing palace called as the summer place of erstwhile Maharaja Ranjit Singh in the city of Amritsar. The garden treasures 'Darshani Deorhi' a magnum opus, with its outstanding architectural splendour. One can also visit the beautiful museum named after Maharaja Ranjit Singh which showcase unique oil paintings, miniatures, coins, weapons and objects relating to the Sikh period.
Day 1: Delhi - Amritsar
Day 2: Amritsar
Day 3: Delhi
Tours To Delhi-Jaipur Tour
With the service support of our team members, we are proficient in arranging tour to travel to Jaipur, known as Pink City. Jaipur,the capital of Rajasthan, situated in Northwest India is known for its forts, palaces and rippling sand dunes. This place is ideal for honeymoon as well. One can experience and see the beautiful palaces and grand forts where Rajput queens and warriors resided in days gone by. It is also a place famous for the cultural attractions, heritage monuments and shop for clothes, jewelery, handicraft items and ethnic crafts.
Below mentioned is the detailed description of the tour:
|Day 01 : Delhi|| |
|Day 02 : Delhi|| |
|Day 03 : Jaipur|| |
|Day 04 : Agra|| |
|Day 05 : Delhi|| |
Tours To Delhi-Agra-Delhi
We have the expertise in arranging tour from Delhi to Agra and vice versa. Agra, once the seat of Mughal rulers is now a place where people from far across the world visits to view the awe-inspiring one of the 7 wonders of the world-The Taj Mahal. Exquisitely carved out of white marbles and precious and semi precious stones by 20,000 skilled artisans in 22 years is today a place worth visiting.
Close to Taj Mahal and across the river Jamuna, The Agra Fort is build from where one can view the Taj from the little octagonal tower in the Agra Fort. These monument are beautiful examples of architectural styles that was built in 1652 by Emperor Shah Jahan.