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We welcome our South Indian Guests to Delhi.
Just reach Delhi either by flight or train. Or you can come straight to Agra as well.
We then pick you up and take you on the tour.
Few choices amongst many that might interest you are:
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Get in touch with us. If it is your need, then we shall customise your tour.
Your arrival and departure times of great significance. Also important to know is whether Delhi sightseeing is desired or not.
If you come early to Delhi airport, say around 6 AM or so, then you could also consider our overnight Golden triangle packages.
If your interest is stay in Delhi, then we recommend the South Delhi area, though Karol Bagh is a popular destination for the South Indians.
South Delhi stay will expose you to the north Indian culture.
A little about Agra:
Agra requires no introduction due to presence of Taj Mahal. Agra received preferential treatment from the Moghuls, especially by Akbar, who saw good strategy in making Agra as the capital of his empire. Once this decision was taken the next decision was to build the Agra Fort, his first building and architectural endeavour.
At this time, Akbar's hold on his Empire was tenuous and the need of the time was to establish the supremacy, the authority and legitimacy of his dynasty and dazzle the masses, saying that he has arrived.
The brilliance of Agra Fort's design can be judged by the fact that the next three forts that were built, had the same basic format, including the last one that was built by Shah Jahan in Delhi.
Both Taj Mahal and Agra Fort should be visited. Taj Mahal is the glorification of love and romance in the orchestrated symphony of white marble further enhanced by adorning the white marble with 28 varieties of precious and semiprecious stones.
Moving beyond these two world heritage monuments, Taj Mahal and Agra Fort, the following are worthy of visit as well:
Itmad-ud-Daula tomb or the Baby Taj as it is commonly referred to.
Sikandara, the mausoleum of Akbar with naughty monkeys. Know more about Akbar
Fatehpur Sikri, the red stone city built by Akbar and today called as the ghost city. This actually is not in Agra, but about 43 km away on the Agra Jaipur highway.