Rajasthan car tours offer one day trip for agra and around. Best way to enjoy agra holiday in one day is by Car Rental Services and tempo traveller form Delhi. If you are going to agra by car and tempo traveller it will take only 3-4 hour from Delhi to Agra. Short tour packages are also done to this heritage destination where people can enjoy the Tajamahal, Agra Fort and other sightseeing locations.
The true Rajput regalia can be felt while one visits Jaipur on a luxury tour package. Rajput kings were rich and lead a lavish lifestyle. It is not like that their way of lifestyle was lacking of aesthetic sense, they led an artistic life. They had fascinations for music, dance, cuisine, costumes, aesthetic home decors and so on. Jaipur is one of the most visited destinations in India after Agra and Delhi. It is just 256 kilometers away from Delhi. One can fly from Delhi to Jaipur or drive on a luxury car. The Rajput monuments of Jaipur are the major attractions of a Jaipur luxury tour. The travel attractions in Jaipur are Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace and its Museum, Jaigarh Fort, Astronomical Observatory, the temples and gardens. Amber Fort is a majestic fort perched on the Amer hill overlooking the pastoral landscapes of the ground and the Jaipur city. A Ride on decorated elephant is sure to be royal fun at the Amber Fort. The City Palace and the royal museum tell a saga of rich past. The Hawa Mahal, the Palace of Winds still echoes the gossips of the royal ladies.
You set out for a sightseeing exploration of Pushkar which is extremely famous for its five principle Temples. Pushkar is also known as Teerth Raj or the king of pilgrimages. First of all, you visit the Man Mahal which was formerly the residence of Raja Man Singh and now converted into a tourist bungalow. You will be extremely driven by the traditional architecture of the Mahal. You also visit the Brahma Temple standing on a high platform near the Pushkar Lake. This is the only Temple in the world where Lord Brahma is said to be the Creator of the Universe, is worshipped. Pushkar is famous for its splendid five principle Temples, thus also well-known as Teerth Raj or the master of pilgrimages. Check out the Man Mahal first, earlier it was the property of Raja Man Singh and now it has beeb transformed into a tourist bungalow. Then, visit to the Brahma Temple standing on high foundation near the Pushkar Lake. This temple is the only temple where Lord Brahma said to be the Creator of Universe is worshipped.
Bagru is located 35 kilometers away from Jaipur on the Ajmer road leading to Ajmer and is well known for hand block printing on cloth known as Bagru prints. This technique employs a wooden block on which the required design is first carved, and then the carved block is used for transferring the motif in the desired colour onto the fabric. This process is most effective for ethnic floral patterns and for printing in vegetable dyes in traditional Bagru Prints.
Ranthambhore (Tiger Valley) Ranthambhore is one of the best spotting tiger park ever build in India, nestling in the Sawai Madhopur district of south east Rajasthan, it nearly takes one an half hour drive from Jaipur to reach Ranthambhore. Its a midway between Bharatpur and Kota. The lush green belts of Ranthambhore were once the hunting ground of Maharajahs of Jaipur. The Chambal river in the South and the Banas in the North bound Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan. In the 19th century Ranthambhore became a prison fortress, where the prisoners were executed by hurling them down the fort walls after stuffing them with opium. Before Independence, the park was the preserve of Jaipur`s maharajah, who mounted elaborate big game shoots (shikars) here. The Queen and Prince Philip were the special guests of Maharajah Man Singh in 1960. They stayed in the luxuriously appointed shooting lodge Castle Jhoomar Baori, and the Duke of Edinburgh proved himself as a hunter, bagging a large tiger.
The Shekhawati region in Rajasthan, North India is so called as a local ruler Rao Shekha founded this part of Rajasthan. Rao Shekha came to power as a teenager and proved his metal as a ruler at a very young age. During his rule the Shekhawati region prospered and the rich merchants in this part of Rajasthan, North India built a large number of havelis or mansions that are there till date. These havelis and mansions are famous for the fantastic frescoes that adorn their walls. These frescoes depict scenes from ancient legends, figures of animals and real life scenes from the everyday lives of the rulers of the region.