Most of you must be familiar with the Bermuda Triangle and its notorious reputation. However, in the field of luxury travel in India, there is a term called “Golden Triangle”. Although it won't trap people for centuries like Bermuda and then throw it back, it does have its own charm. The Golden Triangle includes the most important cities for visiting India's three historical and architectural areas. It is definitely the top of all travel agencies and travel agencies in India, especially in the area of luxury travel that organizes trips to India.
The trip to the Golden Triangle usually begins in Delhi, India, and then goes to Agra to Jaipur. Asking any travel fan in India or abroad, the usual consensus is that this trip is a must for anyone who wants to quickly explore Indian culture and architectural diversity.
Starting from the capital, the most common features of Indian luxury tour operators' journeys include Red Fort, Raj Ghat, India Gate, Capitol, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Kutubta and Lotus Temple. Although the Mughal Garden is usually not part of a typical itinerary, it should be visited as much as possible. There are a wide variety of plants and flowers, which bloom during February and March. The cultural diversity of the capital is reflected in the variety of foods offered. Directly from Mughal cuisine, such as ' Biryanis' and “Kebabs”, to Italian wood pizza specialties, Delhi is aptly called the cultural melting pot. From the dark corridors of Old Delhi to the trendy alleys of New Delhi, people can experience a wide variety of scenery, sounds and aromas that are unique to their location.
The next itinerary is Agra, which is located on the Yamuna River in Uttar Pradesh, Taj Mahal. Although the legend of the "Agre Ka Petha" Taj Mahal transcends national boundaries, the succulent white pumpkin candied fruit is more popular in the country. People from all over the world flocked to the city to admire the romantic wonders of the Taj Mahal built by Shah Jahan for their beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. However, Agra is not only related to the Taj Mahal, but other architectural highlights include Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, which are equally attractive to history buffs.
Last but not least is Jaipur, the city of pink, the capital of the kings of Rajasthan. The city is dotted with Mughal and pre-modern architectural monuments such as Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Jal Mahal and more. Jantar Mantar was an observatory during the reign of King Kai Singh II and is now part of the Wolrd site. Jaipur is the residence of members of the royal family of Rajputana and is now home to some of India's most outstanding luxury palaces. As many royals turn the palace into a hotel, visitors can feel the past life of the royal family. However, there is a price to pay. These luxury palaces in Rajasthan proved to be the ideal place for those who are eager to get a real experience, not too tight.
With such a wealth of insight into Indian culture, architecture and history, there is no doubt that this trip is known as the "Golden Triangle."