Day 1: Jaipur (visit to the Jaigarh and Amber Fort). On arrival at Jaipur (built in 1727 A.D) you await a royal welcome by our representative. There after you are transferred to the hotel. We start the full day sight seeing tour of Jaipur – the pink city. First on the line is the Amber fort, on the way we have a look at the Hawamahal (Palace of winds built in 1799 A.D), then we proceed to the Jaigarh fort (the biggest cannon in India is here). In afternoon we proceed to the City palace (museum) and Jantar Mantar (a stone observatory). We end our day by visiting some of the walled city bazaars, etc. Overnight at hotel. Includes: (B).
Day 2: Jaipur (visit to Birla Temple, Govind Deo Ji Temple or an excursion to Samode, 1.5 hours/30 km). We have today a visit to the Birla temple, Albert Museum and Govind Deo Ji Temple. In late evening we will have a gala dinner at Chokhi Dhani (an ethnic Rajasthani restaurant). Or in morning we leave for an excursion to Samode Palace (40 km from Jaipur). We have our Dinner at Samode only. We reach back Jaipur by late evening. Overnight at hotel. Includes: (B).
Day 3: Jaipur-Udaipur (Venice of the East). Early morning we leave for Udaipur (the Venice of the east), en route we also visit the Holy city of Pushkar. We visit the famous Brahma and Savitri Temple, the holy lake in Pushkar. Late evening we reach Udaipur (founded in 1559 A.D by Maharana Udai Singh). Overnight at hotel. Includes: (B).
Day 4: Udaipur (the city of lakes). We start our full day sight seeing of Udaipur city. We first drive to the city palace (a majestic architectural marvel), and then we visit the Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum (it has a interesting collection of India folk dresses, ornaments, puppets, etc). In afternoon we start for Saheliyon ki bari (garden of the maids of honor), Pratap memorial, Fateh sagar of Picholla Lake. Overnight at hotel. Includes: (B).
Day 5: Nathdwara. Today we set off for the excursion to Nathdwara (49 km). At about 90 minute drive (48 km) from Udaipur in Rajasthan lies a very popular Dham, Nathdwara set amidst idyllic hills on the left bank of the Banas river, where one can see devotees in large numbers flocking for worship. The place is most popular for its sacred Vaishnava temple of Lord Srinathji; the manifestation of Lord Krishna. Sri Nathdwara or the gateway leading to the Srinathji is also the center of the Pushtimarg Sampradaya, a doctrine created by Jagatguru Sri Vallabhacharya. One can find the idol of Srinathji, sculpted out of one piece of black marble belonging to the 12th century and was first installed by Sri Vallabhacharya in a small temple at Jatipura, near Mathura. We reach Udaipur back by late evening. Overnight at hotel. Includes: (B).
Day 6: Eklingji or Ranakpur Temples. Today we set off for an excursion to the Eklingji (22 km). Eklingji is 22 km away from Udaipur and is famous for its 108 temple complex protected by a high fortified wall. Shri Eklingji, the family deity of the ruler of mewar is associated with Lord Shiva. The village is also known as Kailashpuri - the abode of Shiva. The chief temple is built of granite and marble. The walled complex encloses an elaborately pillared hall or wending under a large pyramidal roof and has four-faced image of Lord Shiva in black marble. Another prominent temple in this complex is the Lakulish temple dating to 971 AD. We reach Udaipur back by late evening. Overnight at hotel. Includes: (B).
Day 7: Jaipur - the Pink City. On the final day we start late in the day for Jaipur. Includes: (B).
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