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Exciting Travel Tips for Delhi, Agra and Jaipur

DELHI

Delhi, Agra and Jaipur are three cities steeped in the influence of royalty from long ages past. Delhi was the capital of the Mughal empire, while Agra was the pinnacle of the dynasty’s artistry and Jaipur is famous for its regal architecture.

  • Travelling around Delhi is made incredibly easy by the metro. Make sure you use it for quick and light travelling around the city.

  • The three cities are well connected by train, which is a cheap and ideal form of transportation. An alternative to this is the black and yellow cab known locally as a Kaali Peeli.

  • Getting a tour guide will be extremely helpful for these cities, if you want to go through the history and architecture without missing the key attractions.

  • There are lots of flea markets in all three cities, with different attractions at each. The clothing of Jaipur is bright and colourful and weaved together into elegant flowy fashion.

  • The restaurant Kareem’s is one of the must visit restaurants in Delhi for non-vegetarians. The cooks that run the restaurant are descendants of the same cooks that worked for the Mughal royalty.

  • Delhi and Jaipur have one Jantar Mantar each, which is an astronomical device commissioned by the Mughals in 5 places in India.

  • All three destinations are most famous for the architecture and history that they hold. Delhi has historical destinations across generations of the country, whether it was during rule of the Mughals, British or an Independent India. Some examples are the Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar, Nehru Museum, India Gate etc.

  • One of India’s identities, the Taj Mahal is located in Agra, which is what makes Agra such a robust tourist destination. The history behind the city has made it a tourist hub that is highly frequented by both Indians and foreigners.

  • Jaipur, the seat of the Rajputs is a city famous for its colours and is the capital of Rajasthan. The Hawa Mahal is an architectural marvel that is not to be missed. It is made of red and pink sandstone, giving it a radiance above its air of royalty.

  • There are multiple cuisines to choose from, with a range of spicy curries to sweet gravies served alongside buttered Indian breads, there are many rice dishes as well, including the world famous Mughlai Biryani. All three cities are famous for the Thali type of cuisine, which is a sort of seated buffet where you are given a set menu to choose from.

  • One famous Rajasthani dish, which has also captivated the heart of Delhi, is the famous Rajmah chawal. It is a simple, but elegant dish that is perfect for the cold weather that sets in on these locations through the months of August – January.

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