Jaipur Golden Triangle
The Indian sub-continent has some of the best and renowned tourist places and holiday destinations. These places are frequently visited by people from all around the world. The internationally acknowledged golden triangle tour is amongst traveling paramount trips. The state capital of India, Delhi is in close proximity of golden triangle circuit. Actually the golden triangle tour is officially started from Delhi. It is then extended to the historical city of Agra and traditional city of Jaipur. You can explore the different colors of Indian societies by visiting the vibrant cities in Delhi Agra Jaipur tour. The sightseeing of world heritage sites makes the trip worth to remember.
The second name of India is surprise, India is full of surprises. One can find a lots of tourism option in this country as like: Wildlife, Hill station, Sea Beach, ancient Ayurveda, backwater, Adventure, Cultural, monument, village pilgrimage, monsoon, etc are predominant tourism options available in this country. Each and every part of India is worth exploring and worth enjoying you will get defiantly exclusive attraction and suitable atmosphere in each part of the country. During your tour you will have a excellent opportunity to feel rich culture and civilization of India whether they are east India or west India, north India or south India.
Indian cities capture the diversity of the country in its true spirit. Mumbai's old buildings are reminiscent of Victorian age, languishes more in the larger-than-life glamor of Bollywood, while Delhi's history dates back to the Khiljis of 13th century, is more poignant in the administrative boulevards at the heart of the city. Kolkata, the city of letters, is revolutionary, struggling to shrug of its colonial hang-over. Barring the metro rail, and a few newly-built complexes in south Kolkata, the city is like the Tin-Drum character of Gunter Grass, like the one who has decided not to grow any further. Chennai will take you along the complexities of temple architecture, dance and Carnatic music. Forget about Hindi, one of the two official languages of India, while you converse with people in Chennai.