City tour of New Delhi: visiting president house, parliament, India Gate, Qutab Minar the Rajpath and downtown Connaught place and lotus temple. After noon drive to Jaipur, 260 kms 5 hrs. Arrival check in hotel.
Amber Fort: the original palace of the local rulers was built in the 17th century high up on a hill overlooking a lake, the towers and domes of the amber palace are reminiscent of scenes from some Fairy-Taleyou ascend up the palace on board gaily caparisoned elephants, as did the maharaja's of yore.
Jaipur city: this 18th century city (capital of Rajasthan) is famous as "the pink city", because of the local rose-pink-sandstone used in its construction. The fortifications give it a medieval atmosphere, but its well-planned layout is "modern".
Fatehpur Sikri: about 40 km from Agra lies the magnificent deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri, the capital of the great emperor Akbar. During his brief stay here, a great complex of forts, palaces and mosques sprang up, but Akbar was finally forced to abandon his dream city due to scarcity of water, and subsequently it became a ghost town.
Visit Taj Mahal at sunset: - unquestionably the worlds most magnificent monument ever built in 17th century. A colossal, perfectly proportioned mass of white marble, it is literally a jewel, fashioned over 20 years of hundreds of skilled craftsmen and over 20,000 laborers to float like some fantastic mirage upon the Yamuna.
Red Fort: The Agra fort was once the flourishing centre of the mughal dynasty, and four successive emperors helped to create its massive walls, within which Hindu and Muslim styles merge into a splendid fusion of military might and lavish beauty.
After b/fast drive to Delhi (200 kms / 05 hrs) visiting Isckon temple in Vrindavan enroute. On arrival transfer to railway station to board train to Rishikesh. Meet upon arrival and transfer to hotel. On arrival check-in at hotel.
Yoga at sunrise for one hour with car & yoga instructor.
Rishikesh: the abode of saints & sages - Rishikesh (alt. 340 mtr) situated on the right bank of river Ganges and surrounded by the lower Himalayan ranges is holy pilgrimage centre for the Hindus. It is gateway to the kingdom of Gods- Badrinath, kedarnath, Gangotri & Yamunotri. It is centre of ashrams & inns, which are charitable and benevolent religious institutions. Visit Swarg ashrams, Laxman / Ram Jhula.
Eve: enjoy Aarti at Parmarth ashram, thousands of devotees sing and chanting on various religious songs in praise of god, an unique experience.
Visit Haridwar: fan the Amber's of your faith, a place where a dip once in life time of Hindu is mentioned as must in ancient Hindu scriptures. There after transfer to Railway station to Board train to Delhi.