Day 01: Akshardham Temple Tour and Delhi Sightseeing
Delhi Welcome: - On the early morning get assisted by Trojan Holidays staff to go for an entire day Delhi sightseeing. The sightseeing of Delhi is all about dating history, culture, heritages, wonders, ancient remains, contemporary evolution, and famed temple tours. The Delhi excursion is divided into two parts: - “Old Delhi Tour and New Delhi Tour”.
Akshardham Temple Visit:
Akshardham Temple visit is the main attraction of the tour and it will commence with a visit to Swaminarayan Akshardham temple. The temple built in the end of 20th century gives glimpses of India’s ancient architecture, traditions, and ageless spirituality. The temple is built dedicating to Swaminarayan across Sixty acres of lush lawns, gardens and exquisite bronze statues, valorous warriors, national figures and great women personalities inspire visitors with values and national pride.
The sights to check at Akshardham tour during visit are “Mandir, Hall of Values, Boat Ride, Musical Fountain, Giant Screen Film, and Garden of India. Apart from the Akshardham temple there are more sights, attractions, and heritages to explore in Delhi.
Old Delhi Tour
Red Fort: - Built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century it has been the center stage of significant historic events; including the famous sight of “Jawaharlal Nehru the first Indian Prime Minister hoisted the Nation flag on 15TH August 1947 to adjudge India sovereign free and Independent nation.” Also revered as UNESCO World Heritage Site
Raj Ghat: - The ageless flame, a remembrance to the inalterable resting abode of Mahatma Gandhi is situated at the bank of river Yamuna. The entombment is incised with ‘He Ram’ the dying words of Father of India. The site is visited by diplomats, state heads, royalties, dignitaries and thousands of travelers every day to pay their tribute to Mahatma.
Jama Masjid: - Built by Shah Jahan in the 1656 AD, it is largest mosque in Asia; and also fate as decided the last one under his rule. It has the vital capacity to host 25000 Islam followers during prayer sessions or in festivals of Id.
Rickshaw ride: - Experience the timeless imprints of Old Delhi and ethnic India that once lived, amid an exhilarating rickshaw ride in the erstwhile mazy street paths of Chandni Chowk. There are many paths for reveling rickshaw ride but the best to dig into is Mughal emperor Shah Jahan's Shahjahanabad city.
Afternoon Lunch @ Chor Bizarre Restaurant: - Enjoy lunch at Chor Bizarre; the restaurant in comparison is a museum amid its ethnic décor, dim lite, buffet bar, and vintage car to its poster bed table.
Star feature the table that is acclaimed as one of Indian Maharaja’s bed and the vintage fiat car that’s the mobile snack depot.
New Delhi Tour
Humayun's Tomb: - The tomb is the entombment of Mughal Emperor Humayun and was built by Haji Begum in 16th century AD. The splendiferous tomb is the aspiration to Shah Jahan’s grand Mughal architectural master pieces in later years.
Qutub Minar: - The pillar typify of victory is situated at the distance of 13 Kms of south from Connaught Circus. The Minar was started to build by Qutub Ud Din Aibak and completed by Iltutmish in the year 1236 AD. Star feature about Qutub Minar is its 72.5 meters high and is beautified with beauteous gardens as well as species of birds.
The Laxmi Narayan Temple: - The next attraction to visit is Laxmi Narayan temple and is also known by other name called Birla Temple. The temple is devoted to Hindu God Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. Festivals like Diwali and Janmashtami are major time when the temple receives enormous numbers of devotees from across the country.
India Gate: - It’s located at the nucleus of Delhi and was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in the memories of 90000 soldiers who fought in the Second World War for British – Indian army. Check out the amazing sights of ‘Amar Jyoti Jawan – the eternal flame’ boating at the nearby ponds, kids entertainment, and picnic spots.