|Day 01: Jaipur
Pick up from Jaipur Airport / Railway Station, transfer to hotel. Later In the evening visit Chokhidhani – An Ethnic Village Resort, where you will have an idea of village life of Rajasthan here you will also enjoy various traditional Rajasthan Delicacies, Dances, Puppet show and various other interesting activities. O/N Jaipur.
Day 02: Jaipur
After breakfast proceed to Jaipur local sight seeing visit Birla Temple – also reffered as Laxmi Narayan Temple situated below the Moti Dungri fort, City palace – The beautifully caved marble interiors, magnificent pillars, jali or lattice work and inlaid ornamentations make the palace a cherished tourist attraction. The architect of this opulent structure Colonal Jacob has successfully combined the Mughal, Rajput and European styles of architecture., Jantar - mantar (Observatory) – It is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments, It has been inscribed on the World Heritage List as "an expression of the astronomical skills and cosmological concepts of the court of a scholarly prince at the end of the Mughal period. Hawa Mahal - known as Palace of Winds or Palace of the Breeze. Its unique five-storey exterior is also akin to the honeycomb of the beehive with its 953 small windows called jharokhas that are decorated with intricate latticework. The original intention of the lattice was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life in the street below without being seen, since they had to observe strict "purdah" (face cover), Jal Mahal - (meaning "Water Palace") is a palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur cityThe Jal Mahal palace has got an eye-popping makeover & Amer Fort - It is one of the major tourist attractions in the Jaipur area, located high on a hill. Amer Fort was built by Raja Man Singh I. Amer Fort is known for its artistic style, blending both Hindu and Rajput elements. With its large ramparts, series of gates and cobbled paths, the fort overlooks the Maota Lake. O/N Jaipur.
Day 03: Jaipur – Pushkar (3 Hrs)
After break fast proceed to Pushkar - is a town in the Ajmer district and is one of the five sacred dhams (pilgrimage site) for devout Hindus. According to Hindu theology, the pond at the Katas Raj temple Near choa saidan shah in Chakwal District of Pakistan has a theological association with Lord Shiva; it was formed by the tears of Lord Shiva which he is believed to have shed after the death of his wife, Sati. The story goes that when Sati died, Lord Shiva cried so much and for so long, that his tears created two holy ponds one at Pushkara in Ajmer in India and the other at Ketaksha, which literally means raining eyes, in Sanskrit. It is from this name that the word Katas is derived. It is often called "Tirth Raj" - the king of pilgrimage sites - and has in recent years become a popular destination for foreign tourists. Pushkar is one of the oldest existing cities of India. It lies on the shore of Pushkar Lake. The date of its actual origin is not known, but legend associates Lord Brahma with its creation. The most famous among all is the Brahma Temple built during the 14th century. O/N Pushkar.
Day 04: Pushkar – Ajmer (20 Mins) – Jaipur (3 hrs)
After break fast proceed to Ajmer visit holy Dargah “Khawaza Moinuddin Chishti” It was during the reign of Emperor Akbar (1556–1605) that Ajmer emerged as one of the most important centers of pilgrimage in India. The Mughal Emperor undertook an unceremonial journey on foot to accomplish his wish to reach Ajmer. The Akbarnāmah records that the Emperor's interest first sparked when he heard some minstrels singing songs about the virtues of the Walī (Friend of God) who lay asleep in Ajmer. The dargah, which is visited by Muslim pilgrims as well as Hindus and Sikhs as a symbol of intercommunal harmony.
After visit to Dargah once can visit to Daulat Bagh & Nasiyan Jain Temple. Later leave for Jaipur, drive of 2 – 3 Hrs. Drop at Jaipur Railway Station / Airport. Journey Ends Here.
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