The Golden Triangle rich in its culture and heritage attracts tourists from all over the world. If you have not given a shot we would suggest you to visit these three cities as soon as possible because it serves the real flavour of India. From the sprawling streets with different amalgamation of various cultures in Delhi towards the spell bounding monuments of Agra and the colourful Jaipur you will everything.
Delhi has the best weather during the months of November when the autumn arrives tip – toed. The days are bright and warm with breezy and cool. Also it is the time for their favorite festival – Diwali (festival of lights). The city wraps itself with lights all over. Sweets are distributed among the family members and neighbours and you can get lucky to get yourself invited to one the diwali parties, usually associated with lightening of fire crackers, mithai and yummy dinner. You can also give a visit to this city during Holi (festival of colours) which occurs in the springs. If national events pulls you more you can go in the winters on 26th January for the celebration of Republic Day in Red Fort or 15th August. India International Trade Fair(IITF) – the biggest cultural shopping fair occurs every year during November where lakhs of people come from all over the country to take part. Another important festival of Delhi is Dussehra. Legends say that on this day Lord Rama killed Ravana after a battle of ten days.
The city of Agra is situated on the banks of the holy river Yamuna, northern part of Uttar Pradesh was founded by Sultan Sikhandar Lodi. The “city of Taj’ is best when visited during the month of February when the temperature lies between 25 degrees to 15 degrees Celsius. the climate is very pleasant at this time and the view of Taj Mahal is awesome and the Taj Mahotsav which is one the of the most prominent festivals of Agra with thousands of people from India and abroad joining occurs this time of the year.
Jaipur – the city of colours, festivals and fair is ideal when from November to March. the city tends to have a beautiful weather which is apt for the long tours of palace and gardens. the people of Jaipur love their festival and fairs. With little or no humidity the winters experience a freezing temperature. Typically desert climate the days are hot in Jaipur and nights are cooler in Jaipur. The city has a huge of tourists travelling from all over the world to take part in several “melas” and festivals organised during this time of the year. The ‘Pushkar ka mela’ or the Camel Fair is a five days annual fair where thousands of people buy and sell livestock occurs in October. The famous Kite Festival of Jaipur is for the kite lovers of the country. Celebrated in the chilly weather of 14th January ( Makar Sankranti) the day is held as an auspicious one. Beautifully decorated kites along with lights are flown in the sky looks mesmerising. And yes don not the ’til ke laddoo’ and ‘feeni’ made on this day!