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About Golden Triangle
This tourist circuit presents an excellent rainbow that offers the Indian pageantry in its most colorful forms and offers the tourists a dazzling vista of majestic and pompous architectural buildings, forts and palaces. With a legendary heritage and a fertile and affluent tradition of art and culture, these cities have all been the capital of the princely state at least once in the past. Moreover, the tour usually last 7 or 8 days with starting and ending in Delhi.
The Delhi, Agra and Jaipur rightly epitomize the universal cultural, historical and architectural heritage of India. The experience of viewing the world-famous monument of defining Shahjahan's love - Taj Mahal, the imperialistic and imposing buildings of Lutyens' Delhi and the regal splendor of the colorful city of Jaipur will certainly leave an unforgettable memory in the deepest recesses of the tourists’ heart.
Each city has its own unique identity brought up by a combination of different sights, sounds and experiences. Delhi is as modern as any other big cosmopolitan city with a degree of sophistication and elegance that comes from being the capital city of the nation and modernity that comes from being frequented people of all nationalities and cultures. Agra showcases the affluence of the Mughal Empire to its best while a royal elephant ride and warm floral welcome in the city Jaipur are evocative of to the city’s medieval Rajput culture.
Why it is called Golden Triangle?
The Golden Triangle is named so because of the triangular shape formed by the three locations- New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur on the map.
Why Golden Triangle is Famous?
Most people when travelling to a country for the first time make it a point to see all the major sights at a one go. This Golden Triangle is one of the hot-picks on every tourist itinerary and has beckoned tourists for long. As no city is more than 250 km away from each other, the triangle is well-connected by roads and trains. Being popular tourist destinations, all these cities have good hotels and tourism facilities ranging to the needs and requirements of tourists with widespread budget options.
The Indian Golden Triangle readily fulfills this demand by offering a unique trip into the inner realms of three major Indian cities. But, at the same time, the Indian Golden Triangle occasionally expands to cover the wider geographical area of North Indian region most frequented by tourists. Most tourist fly from Delhi, travel north to the site of the Taj Mahal at Agra as the monument features on their must-visit list. Similarly, more or less every tourist is enchanted by the colorful land of Rajasthan. It is this popularity of these three cities that gave birth to the introduction of the Indian Golden Triangle.