India is the land of festivals and festivities. The land of vivid cultures, antiquated and majestic monuments and vivacious markets turns more dazzling at the magical time of Diwali. Experience the most awaited festival of Hindus, Diwali which is celebrated all over India with full happiness and enthusiasm during Golden Triangle tour with Diwali. Diwali,the festival of lights is the crowning jewel on the festive occasions of India.
According to Legends, Lord Rama after defeating Ravana then King of Lanka (now known as Sri Lanka), returned back to his home with his wife Sita and Brother Laxman after 14 long years of exile, hence the festival is celebrated all over India as sign of victory of good over evil. The people of his region lit up the oil lamps to celebrate his arrival, since then Diwali is celebrated and lightening the oil lamps is a tradition. Diwali is celebrated with incredible ardor and excitement that can be seen on the face of every Indian. People celebrate Diwali by sharing sweets, setting fireworks, dressing in beautiful attires and Laxmi Pujan (worshiping Goddess Laxmi) at night.
The golden triangle tour during the festival of Diwali is heavenly. The glinting marketplaces, the embellished forts and palaces, the narrow alleys and the wide boulevards adorned with twinkling lights, India looks totally dazzling during the glistening festival of Diwali.
Starting with the first and foremost destination of India’s Golden Triangle Tour, Delhi, the political capital which will bedazzle you with all the sparkling lights on every nook and corner. The antiquated splendors of Delhi, The Red Fort, the Qutub Minar are all sparkling with the enthusiastic aura of the locals. The city shines with the oil lamps and the firecrackers are set. The Akshardham Temple and The Gurudwara Bangla Sahib when decorated with lights offers the picturesque view which when accompanied with special prayers makes the atmosphere totally divine.
Agra on the other hand offers the splendid view of the eternal beauty, Taj Mahal which looks more alluring when the firecrackers are all set off. Witnessing the architectural beauty of Itmad-ud-Daulah, also Known as Baby Taj and Agra Fort during the festive season of Diwali, will be an incredible experience. Adorned with the lights and wall hangings, the local markets of Agra are filled with the aroma of the Mughal delicacies and local street food which surely deserves a visit.
Lastly Jaipur, the Pink City, the contemporary capital of the largest state of India, Rajasthan is all embellished with the props and postures which look amazing with the light, Johari Bazar, a hub of gems and jewels in Jaipur, is specially decorated on Dhanteras, as it is considered as a auspicious day to buy the jewelry. One of the most popular place among youth is Nahargarh Fort, offers the breathtaking view of the whole city. Jaipur city when all lit up gives an illusion of the glare of stars. The Akshardham Temple, the Hawa Mahal, a beautiful red sandstone building with 953 windows and Jal Mahal when lit up with the artificial lights makes the whole city look like a land from Fairy tales.
Celebrating the most vibrant festivals along with the glimpses of regal forts & palaces and glorious temples of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, make the Golden Triangle Tour with Diwali, an experience of a lifetime.
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