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Taj. Definitely it’s a great work of the Mughal dynasty. I was mesmerized by its beauty. But what I noticed there was that being a city having one of the 7 wonders of the world, it’s not maintained well. People are more busy regarding their own business. All the roads around the Taj are dirty and no one, I think, is conscious about that.
Silvia Saint , New York
Itinerary: Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra
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I decided to forget all travel for some time and enjoy the beauty of Mumtaz Mahal’s monument built by Shajahan with the help of most skilled Indian engineers of his time.I saw many people including foreigners going towards the entrance of Taj mahal and I also became one of them.
Maria Tallchief , California
Itinerary: Delhi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Panna, Gwalior, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Agra
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It was past noon when we reached Agra and the Taj. There’s a lot written about visiting Taj on a full moon night. We were the ones to visit it in peak hot season in blazing sunlight!!! As soon as you enter through the main entrance it’s a feast to the eyes.
Eliel Saarinen , England
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kumbhalgarh, Ghanerao, Narlai, Ranakpur, Muchhala Mahaver, Udaipur
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Our delhi/agra sojourn got over in no time. It was back to good ole Mumbai and to the grind. I must mention here that even though it was so hot the kids enjoyed themselves and there were no complaints about the heat. It’s important to remember and drink water continuously in that heat even if you do or don’t feel thirsty as one can easily get dehydrated.
Tina Tayler , Florida
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Pushkar, Deogarh, Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Mandawa
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For me, irrespective of cast, creed, profession, country, state, bachelor, singular, male, female, chimp, dog, missile, moron, sane, saint, criminal, judge, kid, teenager, president, popper there are only two breeds of people in this world those who have seen the TAJ and those who have not!!
Carl Cannon , Texas
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Rathambhore, Udaipur, Pushkar, Deogarh, Jaipur
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The most enduring monument to love, built by the fifth Mughal emperor as the final resting place for beloved Mumtaj Mahal is at threat these days. The monument after saving its life from deadly clutches of Taj Corridor , countless factories in its vicinity is ultimately falling to the might of world power.
Richard Tyson , London
Itinerary: Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ranakpur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi
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When you visit Agra, do not fail to see Taj mahal in "chandni raath". You can see Taj mahal at the night only 2 days before full moon day, on the full moon day and 2 days after full moon day. The rest of the time it is closed for night viewing. They have limited tickets on sale, so you have to book one day in advance or get hold of a good travel agent who can do that for you. We had Antilog-the best bet fr India
Mika Tan , Hamilton
Itinerary: Delhi, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Agra, Jaipur
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Taj Mahal is the perfect example showing the knowledge, ability, capability of Indians. At the time when Taj Mahal was build there were no engineering institutions which could train the people.People do not come here to see the beauty of Taj Mahal. People come here to understand the architecture and engineering used in Taj Mahal that’s why Taj Mahal comes under the category of seven wonders.
Susan Cabot , Colorado
Itinerary: Delhi, Jaipur, Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary, Agra, Orchha, Khajuraho, Panna National Park, Varanasi
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Security is very tight Outside and no Electronic items ( Except Cameras ) are allowed inside the Taj . The Taj looks awesome. No adjectives can do justice to its majestic beauty & Grandeur . The Govt in recent years has done a good job in Beautification of Taj ( particularly in De-sulphurisation ) by Banning commercial vehicles within 3 Kms radius
John V. Evans , Washington
Itinerary: Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Mount Abu, Bhuj, Jamnagar, Ahmedabad, Ujjain, Sanchi, Panna, Khajuraho, Jhansi, Gwalior, Agra
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Never have I seen a more beautiful place.There are absolutely no comparsons.Karan Singh our guide from Antilog Vacations justified the full value by explaining us about the place.Must visit whole Delhi-Agra-Mumbai route.
Kathy Dahlkemper , Chicago
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Ranthambhore, Jodhpur, MountAbu, Udaipur, Goa, Mumbai
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Our 1st stop was Jaipur-City of magnificent palaces and forts- Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, were some of the attractions. I just loved seeing these relics of the past and wondered about the rich history that the sands of Rajasthan possess! On our way to Jhunjhnu, we stopped at Chokhi Dhani- a restaurant seeped with the hospitality of Rajasthan. You just cannot forget the taste of delicious Rajasthani food, the colourful Bandhnis, the soul stirring music and best of all the perfect royal ambience!
Natalie Cole , Edinburgh
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kochi, Kumarakom, Periyar Wild Sanctuary, Munnar, Madurai, Thanjayur, Chennai
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Shopping in Rajasthan is very enticing. What with all the handlooms, artefacts ethnic wear and jewellery- all invite you to splurge. But one should be cautious while spending as the sellers are very) and if you do not have proper knowledge you would be spending Rs. 100/- for a Rs. 10/-. But if you have a n agent with you then nothing stops you! I would say 3 cheers for Rajasthan! It is a perfect place for the Tourism board to invest and promote as a destination India to foreigners!!!
Maria Cantwell , Texas
Itinerary: Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra
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The morning was as beautiful as the silver night; I woke up with the most beautiful music ever heard by me, played by the band of birds. The moon was getting diminished as the rays of sun started getting stronger and lightening up the whole lake surrounded by the aravali hills.10 Days well spent
James Comey , Arizona
Itinerary: Delhi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Panna, Gwalior, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Agra
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Patricia A. Hammick , Virginia
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kumbhalgarh, Ghanerao, Narlai, Ranakpur, Muchhala Mahaver, Udaipur
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On our way back we visited the Gadisar lake (recommended), Jaisalmer fort (cudnt spend much time there..its on agenda. highly recommended) and well… Maanvar again… the place had caught our fancy…. Drinks poured and souls chatted…hearts felt glad…there was a live rajsthani folk dance performance and I got to do a “turn your world around” with two pretty lasses in ghaghra and whtever the traditional dress
Nikki Haley , Florida
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Pushkar, Deogarh, Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Mandawa
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I’ve always admired the Rajasthani culture. The People, the garments, the festivals and everything. One thing which comes into my mind when I think of Rajasthan is Royalty, the lovely palaces and their grandeur. We were on a trip to Raj for 12 nights and 13 days in the month of April. It is actually enough if you want to just move around Rajasthan.
Susan Estrich , Alaska
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kochi, Kumarakom, Periyar Wild Sanctuary, Munnar, Madurai, Thanjayur, Chennai
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It is not easy for a Westerner to comprehend, much less appreciate the sprawling and wondrous Rajasthan few lands hold such power to shock and enthrall. With the 20th Century biopic appearances, it unravels the true beauty of our heritage which we have treasured since the colonial rule. It is not only extraordinarily profound but it depicts the godess the hindu firmament, Brahma and Vishnu.
Edwin Abbey , Colorado
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Rathambhore, Udaipur, Pushkar, Deogarh, Jaipur
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One of the most vibrant and colorful cities of India is Jaipur. Famous for its strikingly beautiful culture, forts, palaces, and lakes the city basks in the glory of a rich and eventful past. Jaipur is city which is made all the more attractive by the pink wash that most buildings are periodically given.
Linda Cardellini , Alaska
Itinerary: Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ranakpur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi
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Nahargarh is the place which attractd me the most!May be because of it’s myths like in the Durg cafe(cafe of nahargarh)ghosts can be seen with naked eyes after the sunset or let it be the Mayor’s confrence in which an inviable soul slapped one of the mayor.Let it be any reason, but the place is really haunting!
Lisa Nicole Carson , Missouri
Itinerary: Delhi, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Agra, Jaipur
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I traveled to Rajasthan and got my chances to spend one day in this historical pink city. During my weeklong Rajasthan tour, we drove out from Ranakpur (80km away from Udaipur) around afternoon, skipping Ajmer and Pushkar on the way, and reached at Jaipur around mid-night.subsequent 3 days were spent in Delhi & return Journey.What an amazing experience
Peter Akinola , Louisiana
Itinerary: Delhi, Jaipur, Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary, Agra, Orchha, Khajuraho, Panna National Park, Varanasi
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June to August is monsoon season in South, cool and wet. November-January are ideal months. I have met several people from around the world who visited Kerala, and they were all excited to talk about it, many of them want to go back for another visit. What’s the secret?? Find out yourself and have a pleasant journey!
Kathy Ireland , California
Itinerary: Bangalore, Mysore, Chikmaglur, Hampi, Badami, Goa, Mumbai
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It’s the only place from India to be marked among 50 places in the world as a Tourist destination. A place which is very exotic even to Indians , she holds a certain kind of mystery about her. A state endowed by the gods with two monsoons in a year, this state is perennially green . Welcome to South India !
Sheena Easton , New York
Itinerary: Cochin, Alleppey, Kumarakom, Munnar, Periyar National Park, Madurai, Thanjavur, Pondicherry, Mahabalipuram, Chennai
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Onam the harvest festival and Vishu the new year along with the annual boat race are major festivals in this land whose primary crops are Rice, Rubber ,Spices , Tea and Coffee..That’s the land for you folks , do enjoy this paradise on earth right in our beautiful country !
Nick Saban , England
Itinerary: Cochin, Munnar, Periyar National Park, Poovar, Trivandrum, Alleppey, Kumarakom
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Gr8 Package to enjoy unique geographic features that have made it one of the most sought after tourist destination in Asia. An equable climate. A long shoreline with serene beaches. Tranquil stretches of emerald backwaters.
Mindy Cohn , New Jersy
Itinerary: Chennai, Mahabalipuram, Pondicherry, Thanjavur, Madurai, Kanyakumari, Trivandrum, Alleppey, Kumarakom, Cochin, Goa, Mumbai
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Best suited for ayurveda’’s curative and restorative packages. In fact, today, kerala is the only state in india which practises this system of medicine with absolute dedication Kerala - a perfect blend of culture & nature Capital:Though a bit of a tongue-twister, Thiruvananthapuram - the present official name, is closer to it’s mythological origins.
Harru L. Davis , Virginia
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kochi, Kumarakom, Periyar Wild Sanctuary, Munnar, Madurai, Thanjayur, Chennai
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Here are some which are a must visit:Periyar Wild Life Sanctuary, Iddukki, Wayanad, Ernakulam(for back waters), Sabarimala, Neyyar Dam, Guruvayur (Piligrimage centre) and more so the hill station in Munnar . Kerala not only personifies just wonderful coast line but some lovely hill-stations.Do customize ur package & a good Job by Team Antilog.
Edward Taylor , Alaska
Itinerary: Bangalore, Mysore, Nagarhole, Wayanad, Kumarakom, Cochin
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The trip from Delhi was of anticipation, joy, optimism and of nostalgia. Once again Kerala did not disappoint me. Although I did not visit a lot of places,yet the serene calm of the life there seemed to bring back memories of my earlier visits of what life can be.
Norm Abram , Missouri
Itinerary: Chennai, Mysore, Ooty, Cochin, Kumarakom, Tiruchirapalli, Mahabalipuram
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If u have a chance to visit here don’t miss it. So many places to see. eventhough only colonial trademarks are to be seen here, u can experience a different mood. about 25 kms away from kochi, a new beach is coming up, Cherai beach. state tourism department is trying to put this beach in world tourism map. in fortcochin beach u can see the china nets. the sun setting through these r a wonderful and everlasting shots.
Tanya Tucker , Virginia
Itinerary: Cochin, Alleppey, Kumarakom, Munnar, Periyar National Park, Madurai, Thanjavur, Pondicherry, Mahabalipuram, Chennai
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Food in one of the best. especially the seafood..the combination of Tapioca(Known in local parlance as kappa/cheeni)and fish curry is the most tastiest dish i ever had in my life. Dont miss this exotic dish if in Kerala !The high literacy rate makes it easier for you to navigate in the state. Most of the population understand english.
Gloria Talbott , Louisiana
Itinerary: Bangalore, Mysore, Nagarhole, BR Hills, Bandipur National Park, Ooty, Munnar, Pariyar National Park, Kumarakom, Cochin
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There are Hill stations, Beaches, Backwaters,temples, Elephants, etc. Backwaters which you can enjoy by travelling in a boat and if you wish to stay and admire the beauty you can hire a house boat and do so. Its amazing to see people living there surrounded by water with lots of coconut trees. Munnar, Thekkedi hill stations are the best it gives you a feeling like staying in heaven.
Karen Akers , Edinburgh
Itinerary: Cochin, Munnar, Periyar National Park, Poovar, Trivandrum, Alleppey, Kumarakom
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Varanasi is a city of temples. Almost every road crossing has a nearby temple. Such small temples form the basis of daily local prayers and other rituals. But there are many large temples too, erected at different times through out the history of Varanasi.
Kate Capshaw , Arizona
Itinerary: Delhi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Panna , Gwalior , Udaipur, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Agra
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There are nearly 100 ghats in Varanasi. Every ghat has its own story. The ghat one can go easily is Dashashwamedh Ghat.. To seek salvation, for fun, out of curiosity, nearby destination or free holiday – your excuse can be any but do visit, it is a tour of cultural diversity. It is a holy city for Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Muslims.
Andrew Card , California
Itinerary: Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ranakpur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi
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The Ganges Ghats water is nt quite clean, but nothing comes close to the feeling of peace and being one with nature and God when you take a boat ride on the river at 4 am. It is the most serene experience I ever had. You do get your share of attention from the locals who are looking for ways to make a quick buck.
Bruce A. Carbonari , Alaska
Itinerary: Delhi, Jaipur, Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary, Agra, Orchha, Khajuraho, Panna National Park, Varanasi
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It is also said that river Ganges while passing through area fell so much in love with the terrain that it literally turned its back to have a look at this city. Tour also covers for Buddhist pilgrim spot Sarnath where Lord Buddha attained Enlightenment.
Nelson Eddy , New York
Itinerary: Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ranakpur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi
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The city’s many sacred buildings include - 18th century golden temple of Lord Shiva and the Durga temple of the same era. Across the river Ganga, the 17th century Ram nagar fort is situated which is the home of the maharajas of Benares or Varanasi. People take holy dip in the river Ganga to wash out their sins. This place has a very rich collection of the temples located along side of River Ganga. Varanasi has a great center for learning and civilization for all.What an experience
Eric Idle , Chicago
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Gwalior, Jhansi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Panna, Bodhgaya, Kolkata
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We call varanasi as a holy place for the Hindus but there are muslims too and there is a mosque and a temple still. they are just divided by a wall. this goes to say that there was one religion earlier. You get excellent curd in mud pots - a must drink. Kasi can be visited during October to March.
Mitchell Caplan , New Jersy
Itinerary: Delhi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Panna, Gwalior, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Agra
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One can buy local ornaments, clothes, wooden toys and lot of other amusing collector’s items. Vishwanath gali looks like perpetual fare with its vibrant well lighted shops and multiethnic visitors from all around the globe. For foodie’s this place has lot to offer in terms of vegetarian delights of which chaats, samosas, kachoris , fruit juices, fruit shakes and famous faaluda kulfis(sort of ice cream in vermicelli).What a place Varanasi is !
Julie Delpy , Missouri
Itinerary: Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ranakpur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi
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Every person visiting India should visit Varanasi. The things one has to overlook is teeming population, roaming cattle especially marked bulls’ (which are marked and left to roam as part of some religious belief), beggars and dirty alleys. One can understand the failure of civic authorities on these accounts as this city receives lots of local and foreign tourists as well as ever increasing native population.
Edgar Cayce , London
Itinerary: Delhi, Jaipur, Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary, Agra, Orchha, Khajuraho, Panna National Park, Varanasi
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Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in India / World . And it is famous in various ways, but especially in India, All Hindus want to be taken to Varanasi at least during their old age so that they can breath their last there . The belief has it that if you breathe your last there, you will go to Heavens – “whatever it means”.
Gary Aldrich , Colorado
Itinerary: Delhi, Agra, Gwalior, Jhansi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Panna, Bodhgaya , Kolkata
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The city itself is not very clean, but the BHU campus is an exception and is kept impeccably clean. Varanasi is also known as “Kashi” and its mention is found even in some Vedic literature and Puranas . The word “kashi” is mentioned in some Vedic chanting and other Mantras . So we can imagine its and ancient antiquity.
Jessica Hegedorn , New York
Itinerary: Delhi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Panna, Gwalior, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Agra
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