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Luxury couple tour in India. Divulge, relax & romance in the palaces of rajasthan & beaches of Goa
Oriental maharaja couple luxury tour india this new year 26 december 2011 to 06 january 2012.
With people willing to make your experience memorable for a life time, among st fine food, live music , the Palace ambience .
what an amazing way to celebrate LIFE with your partner...
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Synopsis on what you should expect to see during your visit to Incredible India.
India's capital Delhi revels in its mix of Mughal monuments like the majestic Juma Masjid mosque, and its graceful parliament buildings on broad boulevards. In dynamic Mumbai, chaotic cricket games play to a backdrop of the Victorian High Court, with Bollywood glamour never far away. Jaipur's pink-hued sandstone palaces are almost a match for Agra's dazzling marble Taj Mahal, a monument of love. British forts and churches recall the days of the colonial Raj in relaxed Chennai.
Children squeal while riding on hand-cranked Ferris wheels on Mumbai's Chowpatty Beach, while families promenade at sunset eating kulfi ice-cream and barbecued, chili-smeared corn on the cob. It's easy to find your own spot of palm-tree tranquility on one of Goa's sandy beaches, where Portuguese heritage still lies in its crumbling 19th-century mansions. Another kind of calm dominates Mahabalipuram's beach, where seventh-century granite shore temples sit on the water's edge, guarded by Shiva's sacred bull.
Purchase a Pushkar Passport (Pushkar, Rajasthan): As you wander around the ghats of Pushkar, the beautifully serene temple town on the edge of the Thar Desert, you will almost certainly be approached by a Brahmin priest to offer puja (prayers) at the sacred lake. In exchange for a "donation," he will tie a red thread around your wrist -- the "passport" you can brandish at the next priest who approaches. This is the commercial side of India's spirituality, and one you need to be aware of.
Make a Wish at the Tomb of a Sufi Saint (Ajmer, Rajasthan): The great Sufi saint Khwaja Moin-ud-Din Chisti was known as "the protector of the poor," and his tomb is said to possess the power to grant the wishes of all those who visit. His Dargah Sharif is the most sacred Islamic shrine in India, second in importance only to Mecca but frequented by Hindus and Muslims alike. The atmosphere of pure devotion is both ancient and surreal; some pray fervently, and others tie threads onto the latticework while supplicating the saint to fulfill their wish, while throughout these activities, the qawwali singers seated in front of the tomb repeat the same beautiful, haunting melodies that have been sung for centuries.
These are just a few things that you can expect to encounter. feel free to ask us for more assistance in understanding and touring India.
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