Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
Arrive by Global flight, following traditional 'Swagat' (Welcome) our representative would help you at airport and transfer to hotel overnight remain.
Delhi can be a bustling metropolis, which effectively brings together in its folds the historic with modern. Its strategic location was the prime reasons why successive dynasties selected it as their seat of energy. The fact is, a lot more mythological cities are considered to become here, like the town of Indraprastha from your Hindu epic Mahabharata, founded about 5000 BC. Several monuments were constructed over a number of centuries by different rulers like Qutub-ud-din Aibek, Alauddin Khilji, Tughlaks, Humayun & Shah Jahan, who built the Walled Town Shah Jahanabad.
Later in first half of 20th century much of New Delhi was planned by Sir Edwin Lutyens, who laid out a grandiose central administrative area as a testament to British rule in India. The division in walled city & New Delhi also marks the division in life styles. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 02 : Delhi
Nowadays we consider a guided tour of Previous Delhi, the 17th century walled city of Shah Jahanabad, Going to the terrific Jama Masjid, the principal mosque of Outdated Delhi. Built in the 12 months 1656 AD by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, it really is the biggest & best known mosque in India. Later we walk down or get a rickshaw ride through Chandi Chowk, the old marketplace of Shah Jahanabad now a picturesque bazaar to reach Red Fort, built in the year 1648 by Shah Jehan.
In New Delhi, we visit Raj Ghat, memorial to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. It's a simple black marble platform that marks the spot of his cremation on 31 January 1948. Further we drive past India Gate, memorial built in the 12 months 1931 to commemorate the Indian soldiers who died inside the World War I & the Afghan Wars. The names of the soldiers who died in these wars are inscribed on the walls. President's House, the official residence of the President of India, built in the year 1931. Until 1950 it was known as Viceroy's House & served as the residence of the Governor-General of British India.
We will also visit Humayun's Tomb, memorial of Mughal Emperor Humayun, constructed within the year 1562. The complex is a World Heritage Site & the first example of this type of Mughal architecture in India. Qutub Minar, built within the 12 months 1206 by Qutub-ud-din Aibek. It really is the tallest (72m) brick minaret inside the world, an important example of Indo-Islamic Architecture. Qutub Minar & its monuments are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Optional - Sound & Light Show at Red Fort with dinner at Chor Bizarre. Overnight at hotel.
Day 03 : Delhi - Mandawa, 242 km
Morning after breakfast drive to Mandawa, on arrival check in at the hotel, on arrival check in at the hotel, Within the afternoon visit Fort and Havelies. Overnight at hotel.
Mandawa : Mandawa lies within the heart of Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, India and is basically a municipal town of the Jhunjhunu district. Mandawa is also known as Rajasthan's 'open art gallery', as the entire region is adorned with artistically painted havelis, mansions and homes. Some of the popular havelis that have become important tourist destinations are the Ladia haveli, the Chokhan haveli, the Binsidhar haveli, the Gulab Rai haveli and the Newatia haveli.
Day 04 : Mandawa - Bikaner, 164 km
Morning after breakfast drive to Bikaner, on arrival check in at the hotel. In the afternoon visit Junagarh fort, Lalgarh Palace, Mata Karni Temple. Overnight within the hotel.
Bikaner : Bikaner lies north of Jodhpur, its reddish-pink stone rising out of miles of barren thorn and scrub. Rao Jodha's sixth son, Bika (after whom the city of Bikaner is named), must have found nothing more than this wilderness when he rode out here in search of greener pastures to conquer, but he was obviously undeterred. The Rathore clansmen set out from Mandore the same year that his father shifted his capital to Jodhpur. Taking with him three hundred zealous retainers, they massacred the first opposing clan they encountered. Next they came in touch with a branch of the Bhattis of Jaisalmer who had settled inside the region, and Bika married one of the daughters of the chief. Using this settlement as a base he was able to extend his sway over the entire region. Having secured the submission of the Bhattis, and later of the Jats in the region, he founded his capital Bikaner here.