The depth of culture and history in India is apparent in its more than 438 living languages, thousand year old monuments and religious diversity all found in its fascinating cities. Delhi is perhaps one of the oldest existing cities in the world at an estimated age of over 5,000 years old. Tour the famous historical sights of Old and New Delhi with visits to the Red Fort, built by the constructor of the Taj Mahal; Raj Ghat, memorial of Mahatma Ghandi; and Jama Mosque, the largest mosque in India.
The majesty of the Taj Mahal can hardly be understood without traveling to Agra to see for yourself the world’s greatest monument to love. On the western banks of Ganges is the ancient temple city, Varanasi, considered to be the most sacred Hindu city. The devout can be seen here at dawn performing ritualistic bathing and meditating on the waterfront. Udaipur, often described as the most romantic city in India and the “Venice of the East,” was built around three interconnecting lakes with the beautiful Aravalli Mountains in its backdrop. Lavish temples, floating palaces and an array of tranquil gardens inspire reflection and awe.