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The Golden Triangle of India is in the middle of northern India. Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra at its western and eastern extremes. This landlocked region to the north by the Himalayan Mountains. To the west by the Great Indian or Thar Desert, and to the south by the Aravalli highlands. The rich plains of the River Ganges extend eastward. Where verdant fields of wheat, sugar cane, mustard, and lentils are there. India’s capital city Delhi is home to state statutes as well. The capital of the state of Rajasthan is Jaipur. The state of Uttar Pradesh’s tourist hub is Agra, home of the Taj Mahal.

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3 Days Golden Triangle Tour
Delhi Agra Jaipur Delhi
$140.00
3 days
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4 Days Golden Triangle Tour
Delhi Agra Jaipur Delhi
$175.00
4 days
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Golden Triangle Tour with Ranthambore
Delhi Agra Jaipur Ranthambore Delhi
$100.32 $114.00
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5 Days Golden Triangle Tour
Delhi Agra Jaipur Delhi
$121.50 $135.00
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The term “India’s Golden Triangle” describes the three most prominent northern Indian cities, New Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, which when grouped together on a map neatly make a triangle. It’s a golden one, though, because of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, stops, and highlights along the way, like the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Jaipur, the pink city, Delhi, and other locations, forts, and abandoned cities. 

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Since the nation gained its independence in 1947, the Golden Triangle has grown to be an important political voice. Uttar Pradesh was the epicenter of strong Gandhian activities throughout the liberation war, and most of India’s prime ministers came from that state following independence. Even though Jaipur today is a shadow of its former grandeur, it continues to exist as a “open-air museum” that showcases the artwork and architectural style of the once-dominant Rajput Kingdoms. India’s capital, Delhi, is situated in the middle, which often serves as a display for the nation’s sharply divided history and society. The seven cities of Delhi (some say fifteen) make up a lengthy chain of historical city centers, the most recent of which is New Delhi, which was built by the British between 1911 and 1939.

The Golden Triangle Holiday Packages and Tour Packages in India are designed to be the most well-liked travel itineraries worldwide for all the adventure seekers visiting India. With suitable location combinations, this route can be completed in two to seven days.

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