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Jaipur is the capital of India’s Rajasthan state. It evokes the royal family that once ruled the region and that, in 1727, founded what is now called the Old City, or “Pink City” for its trademark building color. At the center of its stately street grid (notable in India) stands the opulent, colonnaded City Palace complex. With gardens, courtyards and museums, part of it is still a royal residence.
Arrival at Jaipur. Check-In at Hotel & after freshen-up, we proceed for Half day Sightseeing trip. Today we visit City Palace & Museum, Jantar Mantar (Observatory) and take a photo stop at Hawa Mahal. Overnight stay at Jaipur.
Post breakfast; embark on a Jaipur sightseeing tour of the magnificent Amber Fort. This fort is 11kms away from the city and built by Raja Mansingh-I in 1592. It is located high on a hill overlooking Maota Lake on the forefront and can be reached by Jeep or on the elephant back. You'll have an option to take a short elephant ride up to the fort, after this visit to Jaigarh Fort (15 kms from the city). It is located 400 m higher than Amber Fort and was built by Swai Jai Singh-III. One of the fort's essential features is Cannon named "jaivana" which was then worlds largest Cannon on the wheel. After this Drive past to Hawa Mahal - the palace of wind. Later return to the hotel, and in the evening we visit Chokhi Dhani and have traditional food there (at own cost). Later return to the hotel & Overnight stay at Hotel in Jaipur.
After Morning Breakfast proceed to Ajmer & Pushkar Day trip. Ajmer is venerated as a holy place for both Hindus and Muslims. It has the mausoleum of the Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, whose blessings are eagerly sought by pilgrims to his dargah. Known as the ‘Dargah Sharif', the last resting place of the saint who died in 1235 lies at the foot of a barren hill. The saint's marble domed mausoleum is India's most important shrine for Muslims and receives an endless flow of visitors of all religions as the sick, the troubled and the childless come here seeking a boon, a blessing or just peace of mind. Legend has it that the Mughal emperor, Akbar came here to the saint in the 16 th century in quest of a boon for an heir and the saint obliged. The Urs or annual pilgrimage of the devout is celebrated each May at the Dargah with millions of pilgrims arriving in Ajmer to pay homage. Lengthy queues of several kilometres snake their way past the tomb at the shrine while outside the Dargah precincts, two massive cauldrons cook sweet rice garnished with dry fruits and condiments to be served as ‘tabarukh' or sanctified food. Within the dargah lies a mosque, built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Like all of Shah Jahan's buildings, the mosque too, is an architectural marvel - a magnificent building in white marble with a long and narrow courtyard for the faithful to pray in, richly embellished with ornate calligraphic inscriptions, delicate carvings and detailed trelliswork. latter on visit to pushkar Pushkar is a town bordering the Thar Desert, in the northeastern Indian state of Rajasthan. It's set on Pushkar Lake, a sacred Hindu site with 52 ghats (stone staircases) where pilgrims bathe. The town has hundreds of temples, including 14th-century Jagatpita Brahma Mandir, dedicated to the god of creation, which has a distinctive red spire and walls inlaid with pilgrims’ silver coins. Everning return back to Jaipur. Overnight at Jaipur
After breakfast we checkout from hotel and transferred to the airport/railway station to board the flight/Train back to home.
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