India for beginners

Renu Shekhawat By : Renu Shekhawat
India for beginners

India for beginners,  Guide to India’s Golden Triangle for Beginner Travelers, the triangle formed by the cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur are for many the first trip to India. This route, which takes approximately one week, combines the essential heritage of northern India. Do not stay alone with the headlines, we know how to make this triangle round.

India for beginners, do not to worry for your bookings, hotel booking, train booking, flight booking, car, driver, guide, escort, and shopping anything you need in your travel the team of India’s Invitation will make all the arrangements so perfect for your budget, India’s Invitation says ” travel with us because we care”.

India for beginners

India for beginners, the moment you land in Delhi, the eternal capital of the country. The imposing imperial architecture designed by the British in New Delhi competes in magnificence with the palaces that the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan had built on the banks of the Yamuna. The modern Delhi is spread across the plains where 7 ancient capitals were located. India for beginners, Mosques and tombs with centuries behind them compete with the skyscrapers. Delhi is a cosmopolitan and vibrant city where you can find from the most traditional India to bohemian neighborhoods and the most exclusive nightclubs.

India for beginners, your next stop will be Agra, but before arriving Agra we can offer you a stay in an Indian village Hudeel, away from the tourist routes, so now it will go like Delhi, Hudeel, Jaipur, and Agra. Get to know first-hand the way of life in rural areas where the days begin and end with the sun and go past herding goats or taking care of the plots of land. A true immersion in Indian hospitality and in the simple way of life of the countryside, before venturing into your next and expected destination.

India for beginners

India for beginners, your second last destination will be Jaipur. The city known as Ciudad Rosa is a center of textile, jewelry and traditional Indian craftsmanship, so its bazaars, which once treasured the goods that crossed the desert, offer the most attractive products at the best prices. The Maharaja Jai Singh II ordered the construction of a new capital designed according to an orthogonal plan. The Amber Fort and the City Palace are just two of its dreamy architectures, as Jaipur is full of unique buildings in fairytale locations.

India for beginners, one of the curiosities of this city is the Astronomical Observatory of Jaipur with gigantic instruments that allowed the Maharaja to make the most precise measurements for astrological predictions.

India for beginners, in Agra, the imperial city of the Mughal dynasty, the palaces and mosques are eclipsed; everything revolves around the Taj Mahal. The unparalleled beauty of this tomb built for love is the culmination for many travelers in India. Enter the complex, at dusk if possible, to steal each second of light per day. India for beginners, the perfectly symmetrical gardens only enhance the magnitude of this marble giant. This is how Emperor Shah Jahan wanted to remember his beloved Mumtaz, who died giving birth to her fourteenth child. If you plan well, we can even get you to visit it in the light of the full moon, an experience that only a select few can enjoy and that will undoubtedly leave an indelible mark on your first trip to India.

India for beginners

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