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For Indians - A must visit in your lifetime

For Others - If you have time, I would strongly suggest a road trip to this Golden Triangle.

Delhi --> Mathura ----> Agra ---> Alwar ---> Sariska National Park ---> Jaipur ---> Ajmer ---> Udaipur ---> Jodhpur ---> Jaisalmer ---> Bikaner ---> Delhi

Delhi: The capital city of India and in the norther part of the country. Delhi is perhaps has one of the richest history owing to numerous invasions, kingdoms and religions. From the monumental sides of Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun's tomb to the newer places like Akshardham Temple, the city has lot to offer. Dont forget the ingenuity of the Old Delhi and the amazing world famous street food. 

Mathura is one of the holiest cities for Hindus as it is considered as the birth place of Lord Krishna. There are numerous stories associated with this religiously fantastic city. Immerse in the 'bhakti' and traditions which you will not find anywhere in the world. ​Alongside you can and must cover Vrindavan.

Taj Mahal needs no introduction. The Wonder of the world which is the epitome of love is admired by all is in the city of Agra, which is around 3 hours drive from Delhi on some of the amazing roads in the country. Get mesmerised by the beauty of this human marvel which I bet you cannot resist to see the whole day. 

Spread in about 800 sqkm, Sariska National Park is a national park with a focus on tigers. It is highly likely that you may spot many. There are also Chital deer, Chowlingha antelope, hyenas, wild boars and rhesus monkeys. A full day here is worth the trip.

Jaipur is the most visited city in India from tourists across the world. Enjoy the warmth of the Rajasthani Marwari culture and cuisine and witness some of the finest and strongest forts in the world. Often called as the "Pink City", Jaipur will fill you vacation with lifetime memories.

The holy Ajmer Dargah Sharif is one of the holiest sites for Muslims in India which houses the tomb of Khwaja Mounuddin Chisthi. This was even visited by the then Emperor Akbar. This lively city also boasts of the British built Mayo college which was founded for the sons of Rajputs. A day visit is a must.

Queen of Lakes - Udaipur is the most beautiful city of Rajasthan. The city of Sisodias  has the world famous Lake Palace hotel. Udaipur also boasts of one of the best hotels in the world deemed for their luxury. Behind the city palace, you can still experience numerous local craftsmen specialising in miniature paintings.

The city of the Rathore rulers , Jodhpur is a bustling city and second largest in Rajasthan. The Meherangarh fort stands mighty and is known for its breathtaking structure and the city view. Museums, markets, arts, antique await you in this magnificent city.

It is unlikely that you may have seen anything like the Jaisalmer fort. The honey gold walls of can make you awestruck in this desert city. From the fort to the post of Longewala which is remembered by the movie Border is a remembrance to the Indo-Pak war. Even nights have to offer a lot from their sand dunes that will offer you some amazing desert experience along with Rajasthani folk culture.

Pic credits: Panna website