Mewar Culture


Delhi - Agra – Jaipur - Udaipur - Mumbai

Tour Key Points

  • Enjoy the Rickshaw ride in the narrow street of the old Delhi
  • Visit to Jaipur city which is also known Pink city of Rajasthan
  • Enjoy the boat ride on Lake Pichola
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Mewar, sometimes known as Mewad, is a region in Rajasthan's south-central area It included the present-day Rajasthan districts of Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Pratapgarh, Rajsamand, Udaipur, and Pirawa Tehsil of Jhalawar District, as well as sections of Madhya Pradesh's Neemuch and Mandsaur and parts of Gujarat.

The Mewar dynasty is one of India's oldest and most well-known royal houses. The Mewar dynasty is one of India's oldest and most well-known royal families, with descendants still residing in Udaipur today. Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar, the 76th Custodian of the House of Mewar, is committed to maintaining Mewar's strong cultural history. Udaipur, the mediaeval Mewar kingdom's final capital, is situated in the rich circular valley of "Girwa" to the southwest of Nagda, on the Banas River, the first capital of the Mewar kingdom.

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  1. Day 01 DELHI

    Arrival, welcome at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Tour of the capital of modern India, the heart of the country, a green and pleasant metropolis rich in testimonies of the past, an interesting mix of ancient monuments and crowded bazaars, medieval palaces and modern buildings. Symbols of the city are the Jama Masjid mosque, the most solemn in India, the Raj Ghat, memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the Qutub Minar, Humayun's tomb, tomb-garden, the massive Red Fort, the convulsive area Connaught place shopping center.

  2. Day 02 DELHI / AGRA (200 km, approx. 5 hours)

    Move to Agra, majestic, ancient capital of the Mughal empire between the 16th and 17th centuries, dominated by the grandiose Red Fort, a perfect fusion of defensive needs and legacy, and by the unrepeatable Taj Mahar, the enormous "symphony of marmots" and light, poetic and extraordinary (closed on Friday). Visit of both monuments, overnight.

  3. Day 03 AGRA / GWALIOR / AGRA

    Transfer to the station in time for the departure of the Shatabdi Express, the modern and comfortable train that in about an hour leads to Gwalior, a town dominated by a rocky hill on which a majestic fort is perched whose walls enclose exquisite temples and palaces . Return to Agra by car in the evening.

  4. Day 04 AGRA / FATEHPUR SIKRI / JAIPUR (258 km, approx. 7 hours)

    Transfer to the fascinating ghost town of Fatehpur Sikri, motionless and perfectly preserved. At the end of the visit, continue to Jaipur, the fabulous capital of Rajasthan, a city of love and legends dominated by the color pink, a symbol of hospitality in the Rajpur culture. Time available.

  5. Day 05 JAIPUR

    Excursion to Amber Fort, a hilltop citadel with a palace with magnificent decorated rooms. Upon returning, tour of Jaipur, with a visit to the Hawa Mahal, a high facade studded with windows, the City Palace, an ancient royal residence partially transformed into a museum, the amazing open-air astronomical observatory and some shops in this shopping paradise , kingdom of silks and gems.

  6. Day 06 JAIPUR / UDAIPUR

    In the morning flight to the fascinating Udaipur, nestled between hills and ponds that make it the Venice of the East and in the afternoon tour of the town, with the extraordinary city palace complex, a triumph of marbles, paintings, mirrors, courtyard , decorations. Visit of the temple of the sun god, of the enchanting gardens Sahellion-Ki-Bari and of the Jagdish temple, followed by a mini-cruise on the placid waters of Lake Pichola from which it is possible to admire in all its magnificence the town of Udaipur that stands out against the gold of the Rajasthani desert.


    Excursion to the imposing Jain temple of Ranakpur, a white oasis of religion about 60 km away. from Udaipur: the complex is grandiose, the marbles are splendid and the 1444 columns carved with engravings one different from the other are extraordinary. Return to Udaipur in the Terdo afternoon.

  8. Day 08 UDAIPUR / MUMBAI

    Flight to Mumbai, the current name of Bombay, the vibrant and electrifying capital of Maharashtra, the most cosmopolitan city in the country. In the afternoon visit the Gateway of India, a triumphal acre of honey-colored basalt facing the sea, Malabar Hill, Dhobi Ghat, the splendid hanging gardens, the Prince of Wales museum (closed on Mondays).

  9. Day 09 MUMBAI

    Transfer to the airport in time for the onward flight.

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