‘Golden Triangle’ consists of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur as tourist destinations in India.
International Travellers begin their journey from Delhi by arriving at the main airport, Indira Gandhi International Airport, a state-of-the-art airport.
Delhi– Lal Qila or Red Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is made of red sandstone in the 17th century by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan. The fort held a strategic place of power in the Mughal era.
- India Gate-It is an important landmark in the Indian capital. Sir Edwin Lutyens designed it in 1931 during the British rule. British soldiers who fought in World War were commemorated here. After independence, the Indian government redesignated the monument for ‘Unknown Soldier of the Indian Army’ in memory of Indian soldiers who have lost their lives in wars.
Agra– Situated in the eastern point of the renowned tourist destinations called Golden Triangle which includes Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Agra has one of the Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal is not only beautiful from the outside but also charming from the inside. Flowers in marble can be seen decorated on its walls. Stonework is par excellence and speaks volumes about the skilled workers of the era.
- Fatehpur Sikri– It was constructed by Akbar to celebrate the victory over a Rajput Emperor.
Jaipur– the capital city of Rajasthan is popular among tourists. The city is bounded by beautiful hills and mountains. The pink-painted and beautiful architecture gives the city its name- ‘Pink City’. Architectural tours, palaces, fabulous food, and gardens allow the tourist to immerse in the local culture. Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Fort, and Jantar Mantar are worth checking out.
So, go ahead and discover the Golden Triangle of India today!