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Rural And Rustic Rajasthan Tour

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Rural And Rustic Rajasthan Tour

Day wise Itinerary
Day 01: Delhi

Company Representatives Will Receive You On Arrival At The International Airport In Delhi Late In The Evening. Transfer To Your Hotel. India Gate, Delhidelhi, The Capital Of Kingdoms And Empires Is Now A Sprawling Metropolis With Afascinating Blend Of The Past And The Present. It Is A Perfect Introduction To The Composite Culture Of An Ancient Land. A Window To The Kaleidoscope - That Is India.People Stream In And Out Of The Mosque Continuously And The Presence Of A Nearby Bazaar Means That The Area Is Rarely Quiet.Enjoy The Rickshaw Ride At Old Delhi.Overnight Will Be At Delhi.



Day 02: Jaipur

Early Morning You Will Be Transferred To The Railway Station To Board Train For Jaipur. Reach Jaipur And Drive To Pachewar. Pachewar 90 Kms Away From Jaipur Capital Of Rajasthan, Is A Mute Yet Vibrant, Silent But Lively Village, Once Ruled By Khangarot Rajputs, A Subclan Of Kachhawas-The Rulers Of Erstwhile Jaipur State. Thakur Anoop Singh Khangarot, Then Qiledar Of Khandar, Captured The Fort Of Ranthambhore From The Marathas And Annexed It Into Jaipur State. To Reward His Exemplary Courage And Loyalty To Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh-I Of Jaipur Granted Him The Fief Of Pachewar In 1758, A.D.Fort Of Pachewar, 300 Years Old Fort Of Picturesque Pachewar Has Now Been Converted Into A Luxurious Heritage Hotel With All Modern Amenities, Where One Can Witness Great Traditions Of Royal Hospitality. A Well Preserved Tranquil Fort With Its Massive Ramparts Imposing Gates, Intricate Balconies And Spacious Apartments, Adorned With Antique Frescos Of Exquisite Beauty. To Pachewar Is Only 25 Minutes Drive From Dudu A Small Town Situated On Jaipur-Ajmer National Highway On Dudu-Malpura Road, Renowned For Its Traditional Textiles.Overnight Will Be At Pachewar.



Day 03: Jaipur - Pachewar

The Itinerary Of Local Sightseeing Includes A Visit To The Royal Cenotaphs, Built On The Banks Of Pumpa Sagar Lake, Ancient Temples And Intimate Exposure To The Village Life, Where You Can Watch The Village Craftsmen And Artisans Creating Delicate Blue Pottery, Cozy Carpets, Colourful Tie And Dye, And Terracotta. Nomadicgadia-Luhars (iron-smiths) Tempering The Red-Hot Iron Carrying Their Entire House-Hold In A Single Bullock-Cart Can Also Be Watched Here.Enjoy The Colours Of Life, In A Truly Rajasthani Way A Synonym Of Hospitality Intimacy And Friendliness.Overnight Will Be At Pachewar.



Day 04: Pachewar - Bundi

36 Km From Kota Is A Tiny Picturesque Town, Bundi - One Of The Unexplored Cities With A Rich Historical Wealth. Once A Part Of Kota, It Was Ruled By The Had Chauhans - An Offshoot Of The Famous Chauhan Clan Who Ruled Delhi And Ajmer. Bundi Is Surrounded By The Aravalli Hills On The Three Sides And Is Circumscribed By A Massive Wall With Four Gateways. In 1193 Ad When Prithvi Raj Chauhan Was Defeated By Sultan Mohammed Ghauri, Some Chauhan Nobles Sought Shelter In Mewar And Became Allies To The Rana While Other Young Warriors Moved Towards The Chambal Valley And Overpowered The Meena And Bhil Tribals Thus Establishing Their Own Kingdom Of Hadoti. Later, Two Branches Of Hadas Formed Two Separate States Of Kota And Bundi, On Either Side Of The River Chambal. Bundi Is Surrounded By The Aravalli Hills On Three Sides And Is Circumscribed By A Massive Wall With Four Gateways.Sukh Mahal Is A Magnificent Summer Palace On The Sukh Sagar Lake Amid The Lush Surroundings Of A Beautiful Garden. An Underground Tunnel Is Believed To Run From The Sukh Mahal To The Old Palace.Overnight Will Be At Bundi.



Day 05: Bundi - Bijaipur



The Epitome Of Romance And Valour - The Pride And Glory Of Rajasthan, Chittaur Echoes With The Tales Of Romance And Valor Unique To The Rajput Tradition. This Is A Ruined Citadel, Where The Royal Past Lives In Its Imposing Forts, Graceful Palaces And Spectacular Chattris. This Fortified Settlement Has Been Ravaged Thrice And Each Time The Outcome Wasjauhar -when Women And Children Immolated Themselves On A Huge Funeral Pyre While Men Donned In Saffron Robes Of Martyrdom Rode Out Of The Fort Towards A Certain Death.The Castle Offers Breathtaking Views Of The Valley, Lake And The Village Encircling It. The Family Kitchen Prepares Food Prepared Using Age Old Secret Recipes And The Dinners Are Quite Breathtaking Affairs With The Local Musicians Chanting And Singing.



Day 06: Bijaipur - Udaipur

The City Of Dawn, Udaipur Is A Lovely Land Around The Azure Lake, Hemmed In By The Lush Hills Of The Aravallis. A Vision In White Drenched In Romance And Beauty, Udaipur Is A Fascinating Blend Of Sights, Sound And Experiences And Inspiration For The Imagination Of Poets, Painters And Writers.

Its Kaleidoscope Of Fairy-Tale Palaces, Lakes, Temples, Gardens And Narrow Lanes Strewn With Stalls, Carry The Flavor Of A Heroic Past, Epitomizing Valor And Chivalry. Their Reflection In The Placid Waters Of The Lake Pichola Is An Enticing Sight.Udaipur Is The Jewel Of Mewar -a Kingdom Ruled By The Sisodia Dynasty For 1200 Years.Relax In The Evening. Overnight Will Be At Udaipur.





Day 07: Udaipur

Proceed For Evening Motor Launch Cruise On The Placid Waters Of Lake Pichola. From The Boat You Will Be Able To View The City Of Udaipur As It Rises Majestically Above The Lake In The Middle Of The Rajasthan Desert. Also Visit The Jag Mandir Palace - The Other Island Palace In The Middle Of The Lake. Spend Some Time At The Jag Mandir Palace.Overnight Will Be At Udaipur.



Day 08: Udaipur - Jojawar

Proceed To Jojawar. Reach And Check Into The Hotel.Bestowed With The Title Of Rao, The Nobles Looked After This Little Fiefdom For About Two Centuries After The Construction In The 18th Century. Known By The Name Of Rawla Jojawar The Fort Is Now Converted Into A Heritage Hotel And Is Professionally Run By Jojawar Family.A Heritage Hotel, Beautifully Situated At The Foothills Of Aravalli Range, Has A Panoramic View Of Reserved Game Sanctuary. Its The Perfect Destination For A Vacationer Looking For Old World Charm Of Princely Fiefdoms Of Yesteryear. Having Played Host To Some Of The Most Elite Guests During The British Raj The Rawlas Rich Tradition Of Hospitality Continues. The Rawla Offers An Amazing Insight Into The Village Life And Its Surroundings On The Back Of The Famous Marwari Horse.Overnight Will Be At Rawla Jojawar.



Day 09: Jojawar

The Village Of Rawla Jojawar Boasts Of High Camel Population Bred By The Fascinating Rebaris. The Vivid Colors Of The Turbans And Dresses Of Villagers Are A Treat To Watch For The Ever Seeking Travelers Eye.One Of The Other Attractions When At Rawla Jojawar Is The Train Safari Which Takes You Through The Picturesque Aravallis, Passing Through Tunnels And Bridges Overlooking The Beautiful Lake And The Forest Around It. This Gives You A Good Insight Into Local Tribal Life. Overnight Will Be At Rawla Jojawar.



Day 10: Rawala Jojawar - Kumbhalgarh - Ranakpur

Kumbhalgarh Fort: Though Little Known, Kumbhalgarh Has One Of The Finest Examples Of Defensive Fortifications In Entire Rajasthan. Total Length Of The Wall Of This Fort Is 32 Kilometers And There Are Excellent Views From The Top Of The Walls. Kumbhalgarh Stands On The Site Of An Ancient Citadel Dating Back To The Second Century A.D., Belonging To A Jain Descendant Of India's Mauryan Emperors. Its Steel Gray Ramparts Encircle The Fertile Shero Mallah Valley, With Ancient Monuments Cenotaphs, Ponds, And Flourishing Farms. In Addition, A Stroll Along The Walls Of The Fort Gives Great Panoramic Views.Reach Ranakpur And Check Into The Hotel.Overnight Will Be At Ranakpur.



Day 11: Ranakpur - Siana

Proceed To Siana. Reach And Check Into The Hotel.Siana Is A Small Hamlet Situated In South West Rajasthan, Bordering The Great Thar Desert. The Terrain Here Is A Unique Mixture Of Aravalli Hills Bordered By Sand Dunes And Agricultural Lands. The Run-Off From These Hills Has Created Picturesque Ravines In These Dunes And Has Carried This Sand Into Neighboring Countryside Making This Area Perfect For Riding. The South West Part Of Rajasthan Is Still Untouched By Western Influence And Offers A Good Insight Into The Traditional Way Of Life. The Rock Formations In The Aisrana Range Need A Special Mention As They Are Unique And Wonderful To Watch Against The Backdrop Of The Setting Sun.

Overnight Will Be At Siana.



Day 12: Jaisalmer - Siana

The City Has An Interesting Legend Associated With It, According To Which, Lord Krishna-The Head Of The Yadav Clan, Foretold Arjuna That A Remote Descendent Of The Yadav Clan Would Build His Kingdom Atop The Trikuta Hill. His Prophecy Was Fulfilled In 1156 Ad When Rawal Jaisal, A Descendent Of The Yadav Clan And A Bhatti Rajput, Abandoned His Fort At Lodurva And Founded A New Capital -Jaisalmer, Perched On The Trikuta Hill.Overnight Will Be At Jaisalmer.



Day 13: Jaisalmer

After A Relaxed Breakfast Proceed For Full Day Sightseeing Tour Of The Golden City - Jaisalmer. It Is In The Heart Of The Great Indian Desert. Its Temple, Fort And Palaces Are All Built Of Yellow Stone. The City Is A Mass Of Intricately Carved Buildings, Facades And Elaborate Balconies.The Fort Stands Almost 30 Metres Over The City And Houses An Entire Living Area Within Huge Ramparts. Walking Through The Narrow Lanes Is An Experience Worth Savoring. It Is Approached Through Ganesh Pol, Suraj Pol, Bhoot Pol And Hawa Pol. Also, Within It Are Many Beautiful Havelies And A Group Of Jain Temples Dating From The 12th To The 15th Centuries. Paintings In Miniature Style Monopolize The Walls In The Interior. Mighty Tuskers Carved Out Of Yellow Sandstone Stand Guard To The Haveli.Jain Temples: These Fine Jain Temples Were Built In The 12th To 15th Century, Within The Jaisalmer Fort. They Are Beautifully Carved And Dedicated To Rikhabdevji And Sambhavnathji. The Gyan Bhandar, A Library Containing Some Extremely Old Manuscripts, Is Within The Temple Complex.Overnight Will Be At Jaisalmer.



Day 14: Jain Temple, Jaisalmer - Osiyan

In The Late Afternoon, Proceed To The Sand Dunes For Visiting The Typical Rajasthani Desert Village. View The Sunset From The Dunes, As The Sky Is Set On Fire. Return To The Village For Dinner Amidst Rajasthani Musicians Playing Haunting Tunes.Overnight Will Be At Osiyan.



Day 15:Osiyan - Jodhpur

Set At The Edge Of The Thar Desert, The Imperial City Of Jodhpur Echoes With Tales Of Antiquity In The Emptiness Of The Desert. Once The Capital Of The Marwar State, It Was Founded In 1459 Ad By Rao Jodha-Chief Of The Rathore Clan Of Rajputs Who Claimed To Be Descendants Of Rama - The Epic Hero Of The Ramayana. It Is Also Referred As The Blue City, Due To The Indigo Tinge Of The Whitewashed Houses Around The Mehrangarh Fort (the Old City). The Blue Houses Were Originally For Brahmins But Non-Brahmins Soon Joined In, As The Colour Was Said To Deflect The Heat And Keep Mosquitoes Away. Jodhpur Lies Near The Geographic Center Of Rajasthan State, Which Makes It A Convenient Base For Travel In A Region Much Frequented By Tourists. This 19th Century Royal Cenotaph Built In White Marble In Commemoration Of Maharaja Jaswant Singh Ii And Three Other Cenotaphs Stand Nearby. The Cenotaph Of Maharaja Jaswant Singh Holds The Rare Portraits Of The Rulers And Maharajas Of Jodhpur. A Visit Inside The Cenotaphs, With Some Villagers Of The Region, Would Bring Forward The Reverence They Still Hold For Their Brave Kings.Umaid Bhawan Palace: The Romantic Looking Umaid Bhawan Palace Was Actually Built With The Purpose Of Giving Employment To The People Of Jodhpur During A Long Drawn Famine. The Royal Family Of Jodhpur Still Lives In A Part Of The Palace. Another Part Of The Palace Houses A Well-Maintained Museum, Displaying An Amazing Array Of Items Belonging To The Maharaja And The Royal Family - Weapons, Antiques And Fascinating Clocks, Crockery And Trophies.Overnight Will Be At Jodhpur.



Day 16: Rohet Garh - Jodhpur - Chandelao

Chandelao Village Is Situated Just 40 Kms From Jodhpur City On The Edge Of The Thar. Still The Home Of Descendents Of Rao Kumpa, Who Fought Against Sher Shah Suri, The Afghan Ruler Of Delhi And Died In The Battle Of Sumelgiri In 1544 A.D. Seeing This Brave Rajput General, Emperor Sher Shah Suri Said, "For A Handful Of Bajra, I Nearly Lost The Kingdom Of Hindustan". Chandelao Garh Was Built By His Grandson Rao Puranmal Who Had Annexed Sirohi For The Maharaja Of Jodhpur.

Chandelao The Village: Chandelao Village Is A Typical Rajasthani Village Where You Will Find Bishnois, Raikas And Other Communities. You Will See The Local Craftsmen At Work, The Potter, The Blacksmith, The Goldsmith And The Weaver.The Village Has Three Beautiful Lakes Where You Will Find Demosille Cranes, Sarus And Other Water Birds.Chandelao Garh Gives You Personalized Services, A One To One Relationship. Rooms Are Furnished With Period Furniture And Have An Old World Charm, For Your Comfort They Are Provided With All Modern Amenities.The Cuisine Served At Chandelao Garh Is A Treat To Be Savored. We Offer The Best Rajasthani Cuisine. Each Delicacy Is Traditional And Handed Down From Generations.



Day 17: Chandelao - Pushkar

Pushkar - Amongst The Grandeur Of Rajasthan, Discover A Unique Gem - Pushkar. Lord Brahma - The Creator Of The World In A Search For His Abode On Earth, Performed The Supremely Spiritual Vedic Yagna At Pushkar. It Is Thus The Site Of The Only Brahma Temple In The World. Blessed With Cultural Blends, It Is The Venue For The Famous Pushkar Fair, With People Coming From All Over Asia To Buy And Sell Cattle Of Breeds From Across The World. The Consecrated Mausoleum Of Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti At Ajmer Attracts Pilgrims From All Over The World. A City Of Pilgrimage From Time Immemorial With Over 500 Temples And Ghats Pushkar Begets A Legacy Of Timeless Architectural Heritage. Pushkar Radiates An Ambience Of Peace And Spirituality That Casts A Lure To Visit Again And Again. The Pushkar Fair Is Amongst The Largest Cattle Fairs In The World And Amongst The Oldest Cities In India, With References In Mythology And The Mahabharata. There Are 52 Bathing Ghats, Which Are Linked To The Lunar Calendar, Enclose The Lake. Each Ghat Has Its Own Miraculous Qualities And Powers Of Healing And This City Of Temples Has Over 500 Temples Built Over Different Eras With Varied Architectural Styles. The Rose Garden Of Rajasthan - The Essence Of The Famous Pushkar Rose Is

Overnight Will Be At Pushkar.



Day 18: Pushkar - Jaipur

Proceed To Jaipur. Reach And Check Into The Hotel.Jaipur Is The Capital Of The State Of Rajasthan A Romantic Realm Of Resplendent Palaces, Mighty Fortresses And Regal Maharajahs That Lies In The Western Deserts And Is An Utterly Unique Part Of India. Proudly Belonging To The Kshatriya Warrior Caste And Fiercely Independent, The Rajput Princes Made Fearsome Foes. However, Many Of Them Realized That To Maintain Their Wealth And Authority Locally, It Was Expedient To Proclaim Allegiance To The Central Power. Thus, Many Enjoyed A Privileged Position Under The Mughal Emperors And Also The British Raj That Followed.This Evening, Visit The Birla Temple To Learn More About The Fascinating Religious Life Of Jaipur.



Day 19: Jaipur

Amber Fort Palace Amber Is The Classic Romantic Rajasthani Fort Palace. Its Construction Was Started By Man Singh I In 1592, And Completed By His Descendent Jai Singh I. Its Forbidding Exterior Belies An Inner Paradise Where A Beautiful Fusion Of Mughal And Hindu Styles Finds Its Ultimate Expression. At The Foot Of The Hill You Will Mount Your Caparisoned Elephant For Theslow But Steady Climb Up To The Main Gate, Making Your Entrance In The Time Honored Fashion.



Day 20: Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra

Fatehpur Sikri - The Deserted, Red Sandstone City, Emperor Akbar Built That As His Capital And Palace In The Late 16th Century Is An Exhilarating Experience. It A Veritable Fairytale City And Its "ruins" Are In Pristine Condition ... It's Not Hard To Imagine What The Court Life Must Have Been Like In The Days Of Its Grandeur. This Flourishing Town Has Ruined By The Mughal Emperor Mahmud Ghaznavi In One Of His Invasions. The Village Has Contributed Numerous Pieces Of Sculpture To Various Museums Worldwide. The Name Of The Village Abhaneri Is So Called Because The Local Goddess Harshat Mata Is Shown Portrayed In A Joyous Mood And Spreads Brightness Orabha All Around. The Villages Original Name Was Abha Nagri. The Village Is Said To Have Been Founded By The Legendary King Raja Chand And Thus The Village Could Be Over Three Thousand Years Old. It Is However Felt That The Mythological Raja Chand Could Be King Bhoja, Who Ruled Gujjar Kingdom In The Ninth Century Ad. Overnight Will Be At Agra.



Day 21: Agra

Taj Mahal - Little Needs To Be Said About This Architectural Wonder Which Is Always The Soul Raison-De-Etre For Every Tourist's Visit To Agra. Built By Shah Jahan, The Taj Is A White Marble Memorial To His Beautiful Wife Mumtaz Mahal. This Monument Took 22 Years To Be Completed And Was Designed, And Planned By Persian Architect Ustad Isa. Apart From Its Stunning Design Balance And Perfect Symmetry, The Taj Is Also Noted Particularly For Its Elegant Domes, Intricately Carved Screens And Some Of The Best Inlay Work Ever Seen.Sikandra This Beautifully Maintained Monument Is Where Emperor Akbar Was Buried. It Is A Very Low Profile Monument But It Has One Of The Most Awe Inspiring Tombs.Akbar Built It As His Citadel Over The Years 1563-73 In The Finest Architectural Style. It Has Imposing Gates And Walls Of Red Sandstone And A Moat.After Agra Fort We Will Visit Baby Taj The Interiors Of Which Are Considered Better Than The Taj.Overnight Will Be At Agra.



Day 22: Taj Mahal - Agra

You Will Be Driven To New Delhi, Which Reflects The Legacy The British Left Behind. The Division Between New And Old Delhi Is The Division Between The Capitals Of The British And The Mugh.
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