A most enjoyable holiday where we will remember for many year. We Hope to come back one day Thank you Very much for everythingMr Embrey, Winchester UK
Keep up the good work. I am very pleased with your services and will future recommend you.Gheorghescu Lucian, Romania
The rajputana Sheraton at Jaipur and the Jaypee Palace were excellent but The Park in Delhi, wasn't in the same level, the public spaces like corridor were dirty.
Excellent experience guided and suggested by an excellent tour conductor. Thanks a lot.
The historical city of Delhi is a place of many religious faiths. The religious places of Delhi reflect India's embrace of secularism. Religious places in Delhi are not limited to any particular faith or religion. In fact, there will hardly be any religion in Delhi which does not have its own place of worship. If there are numerous temples in the city, there are also a large number of mosques, churches as well as gurdwaras. Many of these places are believed to have mystical powers and have become famous for being a spiritual wonder.
You would be escorted from your hotel to start this spiritual journey of Delhi. We start the tour with a visit to Akshardham, the largest Hindu temple complex in the world. During this visit, you can see the vignettes of India's history as well as excerpts of traditional Hindu life. After Akshardham, we will visit the world famous Laxminarayan Temple.
Post lunch, we will visit Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, one of the most popular Sikh pilgrimages in India. Sikhism is a progressive religion (and in many respects, ahead of its time). At Bangla Sahib, you will take a sneak peek into how this religion blends practices from both Hinduism and Islam into something new and ethereal. You can watch (and join if you like) the langar, the voluntary group cooking and feeding program at the Gurudwara.
Later we head towards Cathedral of the sacred Heart – a popular place of worship for Christians with beautiful architecture.
In the end, we visit our last stop Nizamuddin Dargah (mausoleum), to see the tomb of the Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya. The lanes leading to the tomb showcase the life in the Muslim quarters of Delhi and you will also have a chance to savour the traditional Mughlai food.
From Nizamuddin, we will drive to a local college, where you can catch a glimpse of teenage life in Delhi.
In the evening, we will drop you at your hotel. We hope by now, you would have an idea of the diverse cultures and communities that constitute the fabric of India.
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