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Destination Covered: Indore – 1 night, Mandu – 2 nights, Ujjain – 1 night, Bhopal – 2 nights, Gwalior – 2 nights, Khajuraho – 2 nights, Agra – 2 nights, Delhi – 1 night


Itinerary

Day 1: Indore

Arrive Indore, meet our representative and check-in to the hotel. Later in the afternoon you will be visiting the Indore city. Indore is known as the city of the Holkars. The city was built by a Holkar Rani Ahilya Bai, one of the famous queens of India. Here you will be visiting some of the famous historical monuments and religious centers – Rajwada, Kanch Mandir and Bada Ganapati. Overnight stay.


Day 2: Indore – Mandu

Morning after breakfast, drive to Mandu. The grandiose and remarkable architecture of Mandu makes it one of the places having the most impressive collection of Afghan art in India. Mandu is located in an evergreen plateau in the middle of lusting vegetation, surrounded everywhere by lakes and splendorous monuments. Overnight stay


Day 3: Mandu

Continue to explore the town of Mandu today. Mandu is covered with architectonic gems widely spread in the whole perimeter. Overnight stay.


Day 4: Mandu - Maheshwar - Omkareshwar – Ujjain

Morning after breakfast, visit Maheshwar. Maheshwar is a historical town on the banks of river Narmada known for temples, mighty fort-complex standing in quiet beauty, mirrored in the river below and distinctive hand woven sarees called Maheshwari. Later, drive to Omkareshwar to visit the sacred island, shaped like the holiest of all Hindu symbols, ‘Om’. Omkareshwar is situated on the banks of river Narmada, and is one of the 12 revered Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. The significance of this linga is that the linga is not situated below the cupola. The idol of Lord Shiva is situated on the top of the temple. The temple can be reached by ferry from the banks of the river. In the evening proceed towards Ujjain where you will be staying overnight. Overnight stay.


Day 5: Ujjain – Bhopal

Ujjain is a venerated pilgrimage center enshrining Mahakaleshwara, one of the Jyotirlinga manifestations of Shiva. Situated on the banks of the sacred river Shipra, Ujjain which is the modern name of Ujjaini. It is one of the sacred places of the Hindus, and the Kumbh Mela (religious fair) is held here every twelve years. There are many great mythological legends about Ujjain city. Apart from mythological legends, the city has a long distinguished history. It was governed by the likes of Vikramaditya and Ashoka. Kalidas wrote his souls stirring poetry here. Visit Mahakaleshwara temple for the darshan of Shree Mahakaleshwara. One of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India, the lingam at the Mahakala is believed to be born of itself (swayambhu) deriving currents of power (shakti) from within itself as oppose to the other images and lingams which are ritually established and invested with the mantra-shakti. Later in the afternoon, drive to Bhopal and check-in. Overnight stay in Bhopal.


Day 6: Sanchi – Bhimbetka – Bhopal

Morning after breakfast, visit the Sanchi Stupas. On the way to Sanchi, you will pass through several towns and small villages. Sanchi is 46 kms north east of Bhopal. It is unique for having the most perfect and well-preserved Buddhist stupas. The remains of Buddhist saints Sariputra and Mahamodgilya are also preserved here. Our next stop will be at Bhimbetka. Bhimbetka is a World Heritage Site and is situated south of Bhopal. This is the site of the second oldest cave paintings in the world. The location is beautiful, along the Satpura range of mountains. The area around the caves is forested, which adds to the natural beauty. The Bhimbetka rock shelters exhibit the earliest traces of human life in India; its Stone Age rock paintings are approximately 9,000 years old, making them among the worlds oldest. Later check-in to the hotel in Bhopal and overnight stay


Day 7: Bhopal - Gwalior

A half-day site seen is arranged in Bhopal. Bhopal city is also referred to as the City of Lakes because of the two beautiful lakes. The city has immense archaeological, historical and political importance attached to it. The origin of the city dates back to the eleventh century when Raja Bhoj founded the Bhojpal City. However the Bhopal of today was built during the eighteenth century by Dost Mohammed. The site seen in Bhopal includes the visit to Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (National Museum of Mankind) and Bharat Bhawan. In the afternoon, arrive at the Bhopal railway station to board the train to Gwalior. Later reach Gwalior in the evening and check-in. Overnight stay.


Day 8: Gwalior

Gwalior is famous for one of the finest living forts in India. Within the fort walls are interesting temples, museums and palaces. The museum collection includes several royal memorabilia like three-and-a-half ton chandeliers, not to mention a carpet the size of a couple of tennis courts and a silver model train, which once chugged on miniature rails round the royal dinner table laden with decanters and cigars. Stay overnight in Gwalior.


Day 9: Gwalior - Sonagiri - Datia – Khajuraho

Depart for Khajuraho. On the way, we will stopover at Sonagiri and Datia. Sonagiri (literally, the golden peak) is 65 Kms from Gwalior and a place sacred to Digambar Jains. There are several white Jain temples scattered around Sonagiri. Datia is famous for the seven storied palace built by Raha Bir Singh Dev in 1614. It is the representative of one of the finest architectures of the Bundela period. The place also houses the Bundela mural paintings. On reaching Khajuraho, check-in to the hotel and overnight stay.


Day 10: Khajuraho

Morning after breakfast, visit western and eastern group of temples in Khajuraho. The Western group of temples is the best known, because it is to this group that the largest and most typical Khajuraho temple belongs. Kandariya Mahadeo, Chaunsat Yogini, Chitragupta Temple, Vishwanath Temple and Lakshamana Temple belong to the western group. In the eastern group, the temples are the Brahma temple, which has a four-faced lingam, The Vamana temple which is embellished with images of ravishing apsaras at their alluring best; and finally the Javari temple, with its ornate gateway and lavish carvings. Overnight stay.


Day 11: Khajuraho / Orchha / Jhansi / Agra (by train)

Morning after breakfast check-out and drive to Orchha - visit Orchha fort. As there are many temples within the fort, three are especially worth visiting. Visit to Ram Raja, Chaturbhuj and Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Later, drive to Jhansi to board the train to Agra and check-in to the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.


Day 11: Agra

Early Morning visit Taj Mahal the most beautiful symbol of love, the Taj Mahal b the Sun Rise you can see the glow of Taj Mahal in the changing light of rising Sun. Return hotel for breakfast and continue the guided sight seeing tour of Agra.Visit Agra Fort, Itmad-ud-Daulah's tomb. and Akbar's tomb at Sikandra Overnight stay.


Day 12: Agra / Delhi (210 kms)

Today check-out from the hotel and drive to Delhi. On arrival, check-in to the hotel. Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay.


Day 13: Delhi / Depart

Today check-out from the hotel and proceed for full day guided sight seeing tour of old and New Delhi. Covering the Red Fort, the Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar, India Gate the Humayun's tomb, the President House, the Qutub Minar and the India Gate. Later drive to Delhi airport to board the flight for onward destination.


Highlights

Destination Covered: Indore – 1 night, Mandu – 2 nights, Ujjain – 1 night, Bhopal – 2 nights, Gwalior – 2 nights, Khajuraho – 2 nights, Agra – 2 nights, Delhi – 1 night

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Itinerary

Day 1: Indore

Arrive Indore, meet our representative and check-in to the hotel. Later in the afternoon you will be visiting the Indore city. Indore is known as the city of the Holkars. The city was built by a Holkar Rani Ahilya Bai, one of the famous queens of India. Here you will be visiting some of the famous historical monuments and religious centers – Rajwada, Kanch Mandir and Bada Ganapati. Overnight stay.


Day 2: Indore – Mandu

Morning after breakfast, drive to Mandu. The grandiose and remarkable architecture of Mandu makes it one of the places having the most impressive collection of Afghan art in India. Mandu is located in an evergreen plateau in the middle of lusting vegetation, surrounded everywhere by lakes and splendorous monuments. Overnight stay


Day 3: Mandu

Continue to explore the town of Mandu today. Mandu is covered with architectonic gems widely spread in the whole perimeter. Overnight stay.


Day 4: Mandu - Maheshwar - Omkareshwar – Ujjain

Morning after breakfast, visit Maheshwar. Maheshwar is a historical town on the banks of river Narmada known for temples, mighty fort-complex standing in quiet beauty, mirrored in the river below and distinctive hand woven sarees called Maheshwari. Later, drive to Omkareshwar to visit the sacred island, shaped like the holiest of all Hindu symbols, ‘Om’. Omkareshwar is situated on the banks of river Narmada, and is one of the 12 revered Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. The significance of this linga is that the linga is not situated below the cupola. The idol of Lord Shiva is situated on the top of the temple. The temple can be reached by ferry from the banks of the river. In the evening proceed towards Ujjain where you will be staying overnight. Overnight stay.


Day 5: Ujjain – Bhopal

Ujjain is a venerated pilgrimage center enshrining Mahakaleshwara, one of the Jyotirlinga manifestations of Shiva. Situated on the banks of the sacred river Shipra, Ujjain which is the modern name of Ujjaini. It is one of the sacred places of the Hindus, and the Kumbh Mela (religious fair) is held here every twelve years. There are many great mythological legends about Ujjain city. Apart from mythological legends, the city has a long distinguished history. It was governed by the likes of Vikramaditya and Ashoka. Kalidas wrote his souls stirring poetry here. Visit Mahakaleshwara temple for the darshan of Shree Mahakaleshwara. One of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India, the lingam at the Mahakala is believed to be born of itself (swayambhu) deriving currents of power (shakti) from within itself as oppose to the other images and lingams which are ritually established and invested with the mantra-shakti. Later in the afternoon, drive to Bhopal and check-in. Overnight stay in Bhopal.


Day 6: Sanchi – Bhimbetka – Bhopal

Morning after breakfast, visit the Sanchi Stupas. On the way to Sanchi, you will pass through several towns and small villages. Sanchi is 46 kms north east of Bhopal. It is unique for having the most perfect and well-preserved Buddhist stupas. The remains of Buddhist saints Sariputra and Mahamodgilya are also preserved here. Our next stop will be at Bhimbetka. Bhimbetka is a World Heritage Site and is situated south of Bhopal. This is the site of the second oldest cave paintings in the world. The location is beautiful, along the Satpura range of mountains. The area around the caves is forested, which adds to the natural beauty. The Bhimbetka rock shelters exhibit the earliest traces of human life in India; its Stone Age rock paintings are approximately 9,000 years old, making them among the worlds oldest. Later check-in to the hotel in Bhopal and overnight stay


Day 7: Bhopal - Gwalior

A half-day site seen is arranged in Bhopal. Bhopal city is also referred to as the City of Lakes because of the two beautiful lakes. The city has immense archaeological, historical and political importance attached to it. The origin of the city dates back to the eleventh century when Raja Bhoj founded the Bhojpal City. However the Bhopal of today was built during the eighteenth century by Dost Mohammed. The site seen in Bhopal includes the visit to Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (National Museum of Mankind) and Bharat Bhawan. In the afternoon, arrive at the Bhopal railway station to board the train to Gwalior. Later reach Gwalior in the evening and check-in. Overnight stay.


Day 8: Gwalior

Gwalior is famous for one of the finest living forts in India. Within the fort walls are interesting temples, museums and palaces. The museum collection includes several royal memorabilia like three-and-a-half ton chandeliers, not to mention a carpet the size of a couple of tennis courts and a silver model train, which once chugged on miniature rails round the royal dinner table laden with decanters and cigars. Stay overnight in Gwalior.


Day 9: Gwalior - Sonagiri - Datia – Khajuraho

Depart for Khajuraho. On the way, we will stopover at Sonagiri and Datia. Sonagiri (literally, the golden peak) is 65 Kms from Gwalior and a place sacred to Digambar Jains. There are several white Jain temples scattered around Sonagiri. Datia is famous for the seven storied palace built by Raha Bir Singh Dev in 1614. It is the representative of one of the finest architectures of the Bundela period. The place also houses the Bundela mural paintings. On reaching Khajuraho, check-in to the hotel and overnight stay.


Day 10: Khajuraho

Morning after breakfast, visit western and eastern group of temples in Khajuraho. The Western group of temples is the best known, because it is to this group that the largest and most typical Khajuraho temple belongs. Kandariya Mahadeo, Chaunsat Yogini, Chitragupta Temple, Vishwanath Temple and Lakshamana Temple belong to the western group. In the eastern group, the temples are the Brahma temple, which has a four-faced lingam, The Vamana temple which is embellished with images of ravishing apsaras at their alluring best; and finally the Javari temple, with its ornate gateway and lavish carvings. Overnight stay.


Day 11: Khajuraho / Orchha / Jhansi / Agra (by train)

Morning after breakfast check-out and drive to Orchha - visit Orchha fort. As there are many temples within the fort, three are especially worth visiting. Visit to Ram Raja, Chaturbhuj and Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Later, drive to Jhansi to board the train to Agra and check-in to the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.


Day 11: Agra

Early Morning visit Taj Mahal the most beautiful symbol of love, the Taj Mahal b the Sun Rise you can see the glow of Taj Mahal in the changing light of rising Sun. Return hotel for breakfast and continue the guided sight seeing tour of Agra.Visit Agra Fort, Itmad-ud-Daulah's tomb. and Akbar's tomb at Sikandra Overnight stay.


Day 12: Agra / Delhi (210 kms)

Today check-out from the hotel and drive to Delhi. On arrival, check-in to the hotel. Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay.


Day 13: Delhi / Depart

Today check-out from the hotel and proceed for full day guided sight seeing tour of old and New Delhi. Covering the Red Fort, the Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar, India Gate the Humayun's tomb, the President House, the Qutub Minar and the India Gate. Later drive to Delhi airport to board the flight for onward destination.


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