Heritage in India takes you on a medieval heritage tour of India . Explore the scenic beauty and architectural heritage of these ancient cities, which were once the important centres of art and craft in the Medieval India. Medieval Heritage Tour of India takes you to some of the historic cities in India that include Delhi, Varanasi, Agra, Khajuraho. Discover the cultural heritage of India on your tour to medieval heritage tour of India.

  Medieval Heritage  (Itinerary 01)
Destination covered: Delhi -  Agra - Gwalior - Orcha - Khajuraho -Varanasi Duration of  this itinerary: 9 days and 8 nights

Day 01 - Arrive Delhi  Our representative will receive you at the airport and take you to the hotel room. Night stay at hotel.

Day 02 - In Delhi Proceed on the sightseeing tour of Delhi in the morning. Tour some of the important landmarks in Delhi, which include India Gate - the memorial of martyrs, Parliament House - the Government headquarters and Laxmi Narayan Temple - the place of Gods. Tour old Delhi in the afternoon and visit Rajghat- the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, Jama Masjid - the largest mosque in Asia, Red Fort - the red stone magic. In the evening enjoy the sound & light show. Night stay at hotel.

Day 03 - To Agra after breakfast Proceed by chauffer driven ac car to home city of the world famous monuments of Love "Taj Mahal". Transfer to Hotel. Late Afternoon visit to Taj Mahal. Over night stay at the hotel.

Day 04 - To Gwalior after breakfast Proceed Gwalior by chauffer driven Ac car. This charming city of Madhya Pradesh has taken its name from a sage named Gwalipa. Arrive in Gwalior and check in the hotel. Overnight stay in Gwalior.


Day 05 - To Orcha after breakfast the sightseeing tour of the city. Visit the magnificent Gwalior Fort. While touring the fort, see the Archeological Museum and 15th century Man Mandir Palace. Also visit Teli ka Mandir, Sas-Bahu-ka-Mandil, Jai Vilas Palace and the Tansen's Tomb. Later transfer to orcha. On arrival transfer to the hotel for over night stay. Orchha's grandeur has been captured in stone, frozen in time, a rich legacy to the ages. In this medieval city, the hand of time has rested lightly and the palaces and temples built by its Bundela rulers in the 16th and 17th centuries retain much of their pristine perfection.


Day 06 - To Khajuraho after breakfast visit Jehangir Mahal Built by Raja Bir Singh Ju Deo in the 17th century to commemorate the visit of Emperor Jehangir to Orchha. Its strong lines are counterbalanced by delicate chhatris and trellis work, the whole conveying an effect of extraordinary richness.

Rai Parveen Mahal
Poetess and musician, Rai Parveen was the beautiful paramour of Raja Indramani (1672-76) and was sent to Delhi on the orders of the Emperor Akbar, who was captivated by her. She so impressed the Great Mughal with the purity of her love for Indramani that he sent her back to Orchha. The palace built for her is a low, two-storeyed brick structure designed to match the height of the trees in the surrounding, beautifully landscaped gardens of Anand Mahal, with its octagonal flower beds and elaborate water supply system. Skillfully carved niches allow light into the Mahal which has a main hall and smaller chambers.

Laxminarayan Temple
A flagstone path links this temple with the Ram Raja Temple. The style is an interesting synthesis of fort and temple moulds. The interiors contain the most exquisite of Orchha's wall paintings. Covering the walls and ceiling of three halls, these murals are vibrant compositions and cover a variety of spiritual and secular subjects. They are in excellent state of preservation, with the colours retaining their vivid quality.

Ram Raja Temple
With its soaring spires and palatial architecture, this temple is surely one of the most unusual in India. It is also the only place in the country where Rama worshipped as a King & further proceed to Khajurao - The world renowned temple town of Madhya Pradesh designated by UNESCO as a world heritage site for its archaeological and historical monuments. by chauffer driven Ac car.


Day 07 - In Khajuraho after breakfast visit Western Group of Temples, Eastern Group of Temples, Southern Group of Temples. Over night stay at the hotel.


Day 08 - To Varanasi breakfast at leisure. Transfer to  air port in time to board the flight for Varanasi. It is the religious city of Uttar Pradesh State. The banks of the Ganges, considered to be a sacred river by the Hindus, are the center of much of the religious activity that occurs in the city. The ghats built along the banks of the river for such religious activity. Afternoon The Vishwanath Temple, The Bharat Mata Temple houses, The Archaeological Museum, located at Sarnath, houses the capitol from the Ashokan pillar besides the figures and the sculptures from the Mauryan, Kushana and Gupta periods. Evening enjoy Ganga arti - a ceremony taking place at sunset in many Varanasi Ghats. Ganga Aarti is performed by young priests with an elaborate involving lots of fire and incense. At the same time, hundreds of floating candles, flowers, and food are released into the Ganges River. There are several ways to see the Ganga Aarti, standing on the ground or sitting on one of the boat ashore. This picture was taken from the boat.

Day 09 - To Delhi Early morning enjoy the experience of boat cruise in Holy River Gange. Back to Hotel for breakfast & change fresh. Transfer in time to board the flight for Delhi. Arrive Delhi for fly back home or departure for next destination.
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