Destination Covered : Chandigarh City, New Delhi, Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Anandpur
Price (Starting From) :On Request
Day 1: On arrival in Delhi Airport/Railway Stations
On arrival in Delhi airport/Railway stations, our representative will meet and welcome with flowers bouquet, after boarding in the Ac Toyota Innova drive to the hotel, check in the hotel, after rest visit:-
Half day city tours
The Red sandstone walls of the massive Red Fort (Lal Qila) rise 33-m above the clamour of Old Delhi as a reminder of the magnificent power and pomp of the Mughal emperors. The walls, built in 1638, were designed to keep out invaders, now they mainly keep out the noise and confusion of the city.
The main gate, Lahore Gate, is one of the emotional and symbolic focal points of the modern Indian nation and attracts a major crowd on each Independence Day.
It is the perfect place to shop in. This densely populated market has been around for more than three centuries and was once visited by merchants from Turkey, China and even Holland. You may buy curios and souvenirs from here. Dariba Kalan is known for its pearl, gold and silver jewellery and attar (natural perfumes). Gulab Singh Johri Mal, established in 1819, is well-known manufacturers and exporters of attar. A visit to Khari Baoli is a must for the spice-lover — don't forget spices are what connected India to the West. Kinari Bazaar is the best place to look for zari and zardozi trimmings and tinsel. The cloth bazaar of Katra Neel offers all kinds of fabrics such as silks, satin, crepe and cotton.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is situated in the heart of New Delhi, near Connaught Place. Originally this place was the Bungalow of Mirza Raja Jai singh, hence the name Bangla Sahib. Its original name was Jai Singh pura Palace.
It has developed into a center of pilgrimage for thousands of people every day. People from various religions, castes and places visit this holy place.
The grounds include the Gurudwara, a kitchen, a large (holy) pond, a school and an art gallery. As with all Sikh Gurdwaras, the concept of langar is practiced, and all people, regardless of race or religion may eat in the Gurdwaras kitchen (langar hall). The Langar (food) is prepared by gursikhs who work there and also by volunteers who like to help out. At the Gurudwara, visitors are requested to cover their hair and not to wear shoes. Assistance to foreigners and visitors with Guides, head scarves, and shoe-minding service can be found inside the compound and are available free of charge. Anyone can volunteer to help keep the shoes in the shoe-minding room, and cleaning the precincts of the Gurudwara.
India Gate is a stone monument dedicated to the memory of the Indian soldiers who fought and died in the First World War It ranks as one of the primary places of interest in Delhi. The Indian soldiers were part of the British army and represented the military might of the British Empire at the height of its powers. India Gate was designed by Edward Lutyens and took 10 years to complete. The structure of India Gate is a triumphal arch, which is 42 meters high.
Evening of India Gate is so beautiful many people visit around here and enjoy the evening.
Later back to the hotel and overnight stay
Day 2: Delhi to Chandigarh (250 k.m./4-5 hrs)
After breakfast checkout from hotel and drive to Chandigarh, arrival and check in the hotel, after lunch visit:-
• Leisure valley
• Rock garden
• Sukhna lake
• Open hand monument
Later back to the hotel and overnight stay in the hotel
Day 3: Chandigarh to Anandpur Sahib, Shri Naina Devi Temple & Bhakranangal (90 k.m./2 hrs)
After breakfast checkout from hotel and drive to Anandpur Sahib, check in the hotel and after fresh up visit:-
Anandpur sahib is a city and a municipal council in Rupnagar district, Punjab, India. Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib is a Gurudwara which is the main attraction at Anandpur Sahib and is one of the most important sacred places of the Sikhs. This city is strongly linked and connected to their religious traditions. Because of its rich historical and religious significance, this city is called the city of 'spiritual or holy bliss'. Religious celebrations like Holla Mohalla are celebrated every year in the month of March. Anandpur Sahib is considered to be the second best religious place for the Sikhs after the Golden Temple at Amritsar.
Shri Naina Devi Temple
Temple of Shri Naina Devi Ji is situated on hill top in Bilaspur District of Himachal Pradesh bordering Rupnagar district of Punjab. This famous temple is connected with National Highway No. 21
It’s located in a beautiful place and as all say Mata Shri Naina Devi fulfill all wishes.
Bhakra Nangal Dam
It’s situated near the border of North Indian states of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh, Bhakra Dam is the highest straight gravity Dam in the world. This four decade old dam lies in the Bhakra village of Bilaspur, which is about 13 km upstream from Nangal Township. The idea of construction of Dam goes to the Sir Louis Dane, the then Lieutenant Governor of Punjab.
Tourists on the tour to the Bhakra Dam also have the opportunity to try the water sports at the famous Gobind Lake. Gobind Sagar lake is an artificial lake formed as result of the Bhakra Dam on the river Sutlej. The lake is quite popular for the sports such as water skiing, sailing, kayaking, and water scooter racing. You can also witness the holy shrine of the Naina Devi, overlooking the Gobind Lake. Visitors can also go for the jungle safari in the near by wildlife sanctuary. This huge lake feeds water and electricity to several states in north India.
Later back to the hotel and overnight stay in the hotel
Day 4: Anandpur Sahib to Ludhiana & Jalandhar & Amritsar (200 k.m./4 hrs)
After breakfast checkout from hotel and drive to Ludhiana and Jalandhar visit:-
Ludhiana city is a well known industrial hub in northern India, especially for manufacturing bicycles, parts, sewing machine, hosiery, etc. the city is well connected by direct rail/road, service with all part of India.
The establishment of the city dates back to 16th century when the Lodhi dynasty set up the city on bank of river Sutlej. The city is now a bustling metropolis with all modern amenities.
Gurudwara Nanaksar Jagroan
Nehru Rose Garden
Later after lunch drive to Jalandhar
Jalandhar, formerly known as Jullundhar is an ancient city in Punjab. Ruled by the Hindus and the Mughals in succession it is believed to be the oldest city in Punjab. Jalandhar today is a highly industrialized centre being India's foremost producer of world class sports equipments.
Wonderland Theme Park
Devi Talab Mandir
After visit famous places in Ludhiana & Jalandhar drive to Amritsar, check in the hotel, after lunch and taking rest and overnight stay in the hotel
Day 5: Amritsar Golden Temple & Wagah Border
After the breakfast checkout from hotel and visit:-
The Golden Temple (The famous Sikh pilgrim place) and Jaliawalan Bagh
Golden Temple is the most important Sikh shrine, which is also called Mecca for the Sikhs is a living symbol of the spiritual and historical traditions of the Sikhs.
The Golden temple is located in the holy city of the Sikhs, Amritsar. The Golden temple is famous for its full golden dome, it is one of the most sacred pilgrim spots for Sikhs. The Mandir is built on a 67-ft square of marble and is a two storied structure. Maharaja Ranjit Singh had the upper half of the building built with approximately 400kg of gold leaf.
The Golden Temple is surrounded by a number of other famous temples like the Durgiana Temple. The Fourth Guru of Sikhs, Guru Ram Das, who had initially constructed a pool here, founded Amritsar, which houses the Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib. It is here that Sage Valmiki wrote the epic, Ramayana.
Rama and Sita are believed to have spent their fourteen-year exile in Amritsar
On April 13, 1919, British soldiers opened fire on an unarmed forbidden gathering, killing hundreds of civilians. After Jallianwala Bagh visit Durgiana Temple.
later lunch and after taking 2 hrs rest drive to visit:-
Wagah Border, the India-Pakistan border by road,
The International border between India and Pakistan The pomp and pageantry of the Beating Retreat and the change of Guard within handshaking distance of the Indian and Pakistani forces makes for a most charming spectacle.
Wagah, an army outpost on Indo-Pak border- between Amritsar and Lahore, is an elaborate complex of buildings, roads and barriers on both sides. The daily highlight is the evening “Beating the Retreat” ceremony Soldiers from both countries march in perfect drill.
Back to hotel and after dinner overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 6: Amritsar To Delhi (460 k.m./7 hrs)
After breakfast checkout from hotel and drive to New Delhi, later take rest and overnight stay in the hotel
Day 7: Delhi - Agra - Delhi (230 k.m./3-4 hrs)
After breakfast checkout from hotel and visit:-
Most Beautiful Taj Mahal
It’s completed in 1653, The Taj Mahal built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as the final resting place for his favorite Queen, Mumtaz. Finished in by Marvel, it is perhaps India most fascinating and beautiful monument. These perfectly symmetrical monuments took 22 years (1630-1652) of hard labour and 20,000 workers, Masons and Jewellers to built and are set amidst landscaped gardens. Built by the Persian architect, Ustad Isa, the Taj Mahal the bank of the Yamuna River
The Mughal Emperor Akbar commissioned the construction of the Agra Fort in 1565, although additions were made till the time of his grandson Shah Jahan. The forbidding exteriors of this fort height an inner paradise, The fort is crescent shaped, flat tended on the east with a long, nearly straight wall facing the river.
Also visit Mehtab Bagh, I’timad-ud-daulah rest of the day visit for Shopping
Later drive to Delhi, arrival and check in the hotel and overnight stay
Day 8: Delhi Half Day City Tours & Departure
After breakfast checkout from hotel and visit:-
Lotus temple this temple is built in the shape of a lotus flower and is the last of seven Major Bahia’s temples built around the world. Completed in1986 it is set among the lush green landscaped gardens.
The structure is made up of pure white marble the architect Furiburz Sabha chose the lotus as the symbol common to Hinduism, Buddhism,
Adherents of any faith are free to visit the temple and pray or meditate.
Qutab Minar is a soaring, 73 m-high tower of victory, built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak immediately after the defeat of Delhi's last Hindu kingdom. The tower has five distinct storey, each marked by a projecting balcony and tapers from a 15 m diameter at the base to just 2.5 m at the top.
The origins of Qutab Minar are shrouded in controversy. Some believe it was erected as a tower of victory to signify the beginning of the Muslim rule in India. Others say it served as a minaret to the muezzins to call the faithful to prayer.
It provides an ambience of a traditional market, but one fitting the more modern needs. One can see a mixture of crafts, food and cultural activity. It's a place where Indian culture and ethnic cuisine come together
Later as per your flight/Train schedule transfer to International airport with all memories of visit
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