After completing its 100 years of journey as a capital, Delhi is still a pleasant ménage giving a shade to everyone who comes under its roof. On the one hand the Red Fort, Ajmeri Gate, Qutub Minar etc. are standing like silent meditative Yogis hymning the chronicle of an era marked with royalty and valor; and on the other hand the India Gate, President’s House and Raj Ghat bear witness to a time when the entire country fought together to liberate the motherland. Keeping its step forward with the circle of time, Delhi has also become a great business hub in the southern part of Asia.
The diversity in Indian culture, lifestyle, its geography and its scenic beauty magnetizes the global nomads towards this land since time immemorial. The city of Jaipur, often referred to as the ‘Pink City’ because of the pinkish aura created by the color of its buildings, is one of the most visited and preferred tourist destinations in Western India, and especially in Rajasthan. The gigantic forts and palaces of the city are not only the architectural wonders of the bygone era; they are also the cultural landmarks of this city. The different kinds of puppetry show, folk dances and songs of the land have made an appeal even in the international sphere also.
Where Jaipur contains an aroma of the Rajputana rulers, the city of Agra reflects the Mughal lifestyle in its every heartbeat. This city is known worldwide as the home to the majestic Taj Mahal; one of the best symbols of everlasting love. Simple words might not be enough to express the charisma and beauty of this white marbled mausoleum. Agra also contains many other gem stones in its casket such as the Agra Fort, Baby Taj, Sikandra, Fatehpur Sikri; the list may be endless.
In a journey to the Golden Triangle to India, the visitors not only get an insight to the history and lifestyle of this land, they also get to feel the heartbeat of the country. Thus, a tour to these three cities is a must for those who want to delve into the golden history of the world.