India’s Golden Triangle contains the three maximum visited towns inside the country’s northwest – Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, which are all related to every other by using good road and rail hyperlinks. On the map, those shape a roughly equilateral triangle, some two hundred-250km along every side.
A trip to the three cities of Delhi Jaipur and Agra is a must-have trip for anyone. A small interest in even Indian and Indian history. And even if you do the above, you can still visit these beautiful cities.
Delhi, the capital of the country. It is not just a city with monuments, heritage sites, museums, parks. It is a new era, well-developed buildings, styles, people and much more.
Delhi is one of the oldest cities in the world and has a few remnants of the past. Old Delhi is a place to visit by anyone with monuments. It has like the Jama Masjid and many cultural treasures can be seen there. This place also has many places where delicious food tastes good. Especially for non-veg lovers.
In Jama Masjid many restaurants that cater to Mughal cuisines are a favorite of the people. Other monuments, such as Humayun’s tomb, Qutub Minar are required in Mughal art.
India’s 160-foot-tall gate next to Parliament is another site not to be missed. The newly built Akshardham Temple is one of India’s most iconic architecture tourist places in India. Government emporiums and museums are another option.
Shopping, fleeing markets like Janpath, etc. can work well.
The capital of Rajasthan. This city is full of colors, a city with many monuments too, but different from Delhi. Hawa-Mahal, is one of the most beautiful monuments here.
Jaipur is also known as ‘Pink City’, a 16th-century city. And walking around the old walled city can bring you to a unique platform and together. It is Away from the hustle and bustle of a fast-moving municipal city. the city has a complete mix of Mughal and Rajput buildings.
The museum has a collection of unusual manuscripts, paintings, weapons, carpets and costumes. As well as Mughal and Rajasthani miniatures.
Explore the markets to find a beautiful collection of leather goods. wood block prints, handicrafts, jewelry. Don’t miss the city’s once famous blue pottery.
It was founded in 1526 as the capital of Mughal Reign-Agra. A city with many monuments, castles. Agra is home to three world heritage sites, the Taj Mahal, which is also the Seventh World. Heritage Site, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri.
One can also visit Itmad’s grave – ul – daulah, often called ‘Baby Taj’. So, it is named as a pre-Taj marble architecture. It has garden structures and inlay functions as well as architectural beauty.
The Delhi-Jaipur-Agra tour is a great way for anyone. Who wants to see the beauty of Mughal Architecture. Both cities are 5 hours away by car from Delhi so it is easy to visit the Tourist Places India, even if you have limited time.