India is counted among one of the most beautiful countries in the world, as both the nature and the mankind has contributed towards making the country exotic. North India offers some of the most eccentric places people can visit during their holiday seasons without thinking. From the extravagance of the National capital New Delhi to the hilly areas of Kashmir and Uttarakhand to the desert parts of Rajasthan, there is a lot to see and witness. One of the most eccentric part of the North India is the very famous golden triangle which consists of three of the most beautiful cities of India, namely Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.
This tour has been included in almost all the tour packages in this part of the country, I took one of the most affordable ones. All the three sides of the triangle are located at a distance of a few hundred kilometers from each other and offer some of the best natural and the man made marvels to the tourists. I can say that the tour of India isn’t complete without having to have a look at the golden triangle.
Beginning from the national capital, New Delhi, which is so full of monuments contributed by several rulers over the centuries. I tried to make the best of my trip to the national capital and I can say that I covered the best of the things to see such as the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar among others. The second stop was Agra which needs no introduction as it houses one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal among other grand forts and monuments.
The final stop was Jaipur, the pink city of India popular for the pink buildings all around it. Royal households came and left while leaving behind some of the most wonderful pieces of architecture. It sure is the most crucial stop of the golden triangle.