Golden triangle tour by car is a true symbol of tourism in northern India and lays the crucial foundation for the tourism industry of India. Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur rich in arts and architecture, cultural festival for local and international tourists, especially for first time travelers to golden triangle of India.
There are millions of tourists from India and abroad are choosing the golden triangle to gain insight into the rich culture of three major cities in India. Delhi is the capital of India and a very noisy city. People from all over India and the world come here for the best educational and career opportunities, medical facilities, business tours, corporate tours, and exciting vacation. With 2000 years of history to narrate, Delhi offers the opposite journey from many historical sites that have made a mark of some kind both nationally and internationally.
The Jama Mosque, Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple, India Gate, offers a rich structure of different eras with Mughal and British influence. Ride in the Chandni Chowk lanes, art museums and antique collections, enjoyable shopping experiences in Janpath and Palika Bazaar, regular national and international events, art and performance shows, handicrafts from all over India at Dilli Haat and state government stores, and strong nightlife, Delhi is an ideal tourist destination in India.
The next stop on the Golden Triangle tourist attraction, Temptation, is greatly influenced by the Mughals. The architectural marvel and the great buildings of Agra include the Taj Mahal and various places in Sikandra, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, and Swami Bagh. With Agra Mathura Vrindavan tour package from Delhi was unaffected by the culture of the Brij region that revolves around Lord Krishna and his exotic childhood. Ram Baraat in Agra is directed by a large festival and culminated in the chosen Janakpuri place where the legendary marriage of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita is organized. Taj Mahotsav in Shilpgram is the life of Agra touring. The 10 day festival features classical songs and dance as well as arts and crafts by international Indian artists.
Jaipur culture goes beyond the royal architectural heritage. Cuisine, art, music, dance, and traditional customs have been influenced by the dominance of Rajput rulers in the region for centuries together. Jaipur handicrafts such as blue pottery, miniature paintings, bandhani fabrics, zari and zardozi works, kundan and meenakari works, antique jewelry designs, ivory and stone artworks and wood carvings are very popular. Vibrant colors, fashion and clothing fire the imagination as one tour around Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Amber Fort, and Jantar Mantar that demonstrate the splendor and majesty of the Rajasthan kings.