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The luxury Indian Maharaja train is a renowned innovation and a joint venture of Tourism Corporation and Indian Railway Corporation. Among worlds top 25 luxury trains The Indian Maharaja is the one that experiences a royal tour, covering the Indian cities like Mumbai, Ajanta, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaipur, Ranthambore, Agra and Delhi. The luxurious interior decoration, delicious cuisines and world class services inside the train makes journey memorable. This is the finest dream projects of Government of India so as to provide great comfort to its passengers during their entire tour.
The Indian Maharaja is specially designed for 88 passengers and comprises of 23 luxury coaches out of which 14 are exclusively designed for guests and rest of them are superbly segregated in dining room, lounge room, bar, store car, generator car and spa car. The availing accommodation coaches are categorized as Grand Presidential Suits, Deluxe cabins, Junior Suits and Suits.
Cabin area: 191 sq ft (18sqm)
Cabin length: 27' 7" (8.4m)
Cabin width: 7' 7" (2.3m)
Bed width single: 3' (0.9m)
double: 5' (1.5m)
Bed Length: 6' 5" (2m)
Cabins per car: 2
Cabin area: 95 sq ft (9sqm)
Cabin length: 13' (3.97m)
Cabin width: 7' 7" (2.3m)
Bed width twin: 3' (0.9m)
Bed Length: 6' 5" (2m)
Cabins per car: 4
The train includes two exclusive dining cars so as to serve the delicious cuisines and each dining car holds 42 wonderful guests seats so that the passengers can have their food altogether and with harmony. Both the restaurant are named as Rang Mahal and Mayur Mahal and availability of a finest range of Kitchen can serve Indian as well as International range of cuisine.
Apart from making available all the necessary requirements inside the trains like high speed internet connectivity, satellite communication, telephone exchange and print & fax the Indian Maharaja also makes available the following necessities:
The cave temples of Ellora were excavated from the solid rock and symbolizes the three faiths of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Carved during the 350 AD to 700 AD period, these finest examples of cave - temple architecture houses detailed facades and exceptionally carved interiors.
The caves opening to the west are equally associated to Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism. Out of total 34 caves, 12 caves to the south are Buddhist, the 17 in the centre dedicated to Hinduism, and the 5 caves to the north are dedicated to Jainism.
From south to north there are about 34 caves here, which corresponds more or less (Cave 21 with some significant exceptions) to the order in which they were constructed. The caves 1 to 12 in southernmost direction, are dedicated to Buddhism and were built in & around 7th & 8th centuries AD. The middle caves 13 to 29 are dedicated to Hindu deities, which dates back from 7th century to 9th century AD. The upper caves are related to Jainism (9th century).
Ajanta Caves are beautifully placed in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra and have 30 marvelous rock-cut caves. Theses caves were discovered in last 1819 by a British army as the time passes away the remarkable place has become the most famous tourist destination places. These rocks cut caves cut out from the volcanic lava of the Deccan which walls and ceilings show some beautiful paintings of Lord Buddha.
The prime attraction of city Udaipur is City Palace, located on the bank of renowned Pichola Lake. Maharana Udai Singh built this palace in 1559 which shows a perfect blend of European, Medieval and Chinese architecture. This historical palace has so many domes, towers and arches which increases the beauty of the site. Inside the palace there are 11 wonderful palaces, though all these palaces are built by different rulers at their times still they resembles with each other.
Many rulers have depicted many histories in the heart of the Pink City Jaipur. The city was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1727 and is the largest city of India. The splendid forts, palaces, havelies and religious places has turns the city an ideal travel destination. The city has many attractions to show which includes the city palace, Amber fort, Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh fort and many more which along with are holding the beauty of the place.
Jodhpur, the second largest city in India is situated in the Marwar region, was founded by Rao Jodha in 1459. The city is popularly known for the wonder Mehrangarh Fort. The fort is situated 400 feet above the city and is surrounded by thick walls. But now the fort has become the most shocked museum of Rajasthan. The fort has also some important buildings inside it which includes Sheesh Mahal, Phool Mahal, Moti Mahal, Janaki Mahal, etc. Some other famous tourist destinations of Jodhpur are Umaid Bhawan Palace, Nai Sadak Market and Jaswant Thada mausoleum.
The desert city, Bikaner is situated in the Northwest part of the capital, Jaipur is known for its Camel research and breeding farms. Tourist from across the country visit the place so as to see the golden sand dunes, stunning palaces and havelies, striking red stoned forts and to enjoy camel safari. Some must see destinations of the city are Junagarh Fort, Laxmi Niwas Temple, lalgarh Palace, Karni Mata Temple and many more.
The Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest and renowned national parks in northern India which is located in the Swai Madhupur district of Rajasthan. In last 1973 the Government of India declared Ranthambore as one of the Tiger Reserve. This forest is the habitat of many endangered animals and species and during the day time tigers can be easily spotted. The wildlife of the park catches the attention of many adventure lovers and photographers.
The 19th most populous city Agra is popularly known for the worlds famous Taj Mahal. This romantic monument was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in last 16th Century after the death of his beloved wife Mumtaj Mahal to remember her memory. Involvement of twenty thousand skilled workers and many architects made out this tombstone in 21 years. The entire building was built by scarce white marbles which enhances the beauty of the tombstone. In a full moon day and particularly at dawn and sunset Taj always keep shining.
The capital city of India is the second most metropolitan city in India. Delhi has been the most favorable places of many empires since early age, who has left some of their great memory in this land. The capital city is dotted with so many tourist attraction spots like Red fort, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Laxmi Narayan temple and many more and each of them has a great significant. Now this metropolitan city has become an important hub of most of the job seekers.
Tour Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days
Places covered : Mumbai - Daulatabad - Ellora and Aurangabad - Ajanta - Udaipur - Sawai Madhopur - Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri and Agra - Delhi
The exclusive tour will start from the Indias most populous city Mumbai. With the great welcome you will board at the Indian Maharaja and will move to Auangabad district to explore the most surprised caves of Ajanta. On board enjoy your dinner and go for a deep sleep.
Early morning you will be offered a healthy breakfast on the board and then approach to the ancient caves of Ajanta. These caves are cut out from huge rocks where the fine sculptors and paintings of Lord Buddha can be seen. In this rock cut caves the life of Gautama Buddha and his earlier incarnation are beautifully depicted. After the day excursion is over, return back to your train to have your dinner.
Early morning you will reach the City of Lakes, Udaipur. After your breakfast at train, you can move for the sightseeing of the city where you can visit the most beautiful City Palace complex which will take you in the era of Raja and Maharajas. At noon enjoy your lunch in the gallery restaurant in the Fateh Prakash Palace.
After lunch many touring option will left some of them are the renowned Pichola Lake, Lake Palace, Jagdish temple, etc. At leisure you can visit the local market of the city. Return to your train and enjoy your dinner as per your choice.
Enjoying your journey, today morning the Indian Maharaja will leave you in the Sun City of Rajasthan, Jodhpur. After onboard breakfast, set out for a tour to the city and visit the wonder of Mehrangarh Fort. At noon you will take to the five star hotel of Jodhpur to have your lunch and then proceed to explore the two another attractions of the city Umaid Bhavan Palace and Jaswant Thada. After dinner, relax for the night.
The desert city Bikaner have a lots of thing to show you which include the 15th centurys Junagarh Fort, former kings Residential palace Laxmi Niwas Palace, Lalgarh Palace and some old temples. After lunch move to visit the local jewelry market and the Jodhpurs most famous camel breeding firm. In the evening the arrangement of camel riding tour on the sand dunes will brings you some new experience.
At night, come back to the train for an overnight stay.
Your day 6th journey with the Indian Maharaja will take you to the Pink City of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Earlier the city was ruled by many ancient Emperors whose historical forts, palaces and observatories still take breath in this place. Early morning you will drive towards the great City Palace and after visiting the site you will move to visit Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Jantar Mantar and Nahargarh Fort. At afternoon enjoying elephant safari you will visit Amber fort. At night come back to the train and enjoy the royal dinner on
On the 7th day of your journey you will reach Swai Madhupur district of Rajasthan. The place is famous for the renowned Ranthambore National Park and one of the best Tiger Reserves in India. The wildlife of the park can easily be explored through Jeep and elephant safari.
The fort Fatehpur Sikri was built by the great Mughal Emperor, Akbar at his age but later on they had to leave the place due to the scarcity of water. This red tombstone is the great attraction of the place and many visitors approach here to explore the beauty of the place.
After dinner in the train you will leave for Agra.
As the sun rays touch the ground you will reach the priceless Taj Mahal. The monument represents the immortal love between the ancient emperor Shah Jahan and his beloved wife Mumtaj Mahal. Taj Mahal will show you a variety of view thorough out the day whether it is morning, afternoon or evening.
After sightseeing you will take your lunch in the Indain Maharaja restaurant and will leave for Delhi. Your luxury journey with the Indian Maharaja will come to an end at the time you will reach Delhi.
End of Journey
Tour Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days
Places covered : Delhi - Agra and Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur - Sawai Madhopur - Udaipur - Ellora and Aurangabad - Ajanta - Mumbai
Welcome to the 7 Nights/ 8 Days luxury tour with the one of the worlds luxury trains the Indian Maharaja. This luxury tour will travel you to all the major tourist destinations of India starting from Delhi to Mumbai. The cities that you will cover during your tour are Delhi, Agra, Ranthambore, Jaipur, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Aurangabad and Mumbai.
The tour will start on Wednesday from the Safdarjung railway station, Delhi and will end on the next upcoming Wednesday in Mumbai railway station.
After the check in on the Indian Maharaja at Safdarjung railway station you will be offered a welcome drink and best wishes for your journey.
16.00 Check in on the train at Safdarjung
18.00 Welcome drink at the bar and get to know each other
1930. Dinner on board 21.00 departure for Agra
06.00 Arrival at Agra
08.00 Departure for Taj Mahal
12.00 Lunch at Taj View
13.30 Departure for Fatehpur Sikri
14.30 Visit of Fatehpur Sikri
16.00 Drive to Bharatpur
17.00 Check in on the train
1930 Dinner on the train
2200 Train departs for Jaipur
07.00 Arrival at Jaipur
08.30 Departure for Amber sightseeing
12.30 Lunch at Samode Haveli (it is better than crossing the city to Jai Mahal, so people can eat at leisure)
14.00 City tour of Jaipur
18.00 Gala dinner with dances and music at the Spice Court restaurant.
22.30 Boarding of the train
23.00 Train leaves for Sawai Madhopur
06.00 Arrival at Saxvai Madhopur
07.00 Departure for Safari
10.00 Breakfast on the train
12.30 Lunch on the train
14.30 Departure for Safari
17.00 High tea at Taj Lodge
2000 Dinner on board the train
2200 Train departs for Udaipur
07.00 Arrival at Udaipur
09.00 Visit of Udaipur
12.30 Lunch on the train
14.00 Train departs for Daulatabad
06.00 Arrival at Daluatabad
08.00 Departure for Ellora
1200 Lunch at Taj Residency
14.00 Visit of Aurangabad
17.00 Check in back on the train
19.00 Dinner on board
22.00 Train leaves for Jalgaon
06.00 Arrival at Jalgaon
08.00 Group departs for Ajanta
09.00 Visit of Ajanta
12.30 Return to Jalgaon
13.30 Arrival at Jalgaon
16.00 Train departs for Mumbai
06.00 Arrival at Mumbai
08.00 Check out from train
End of Journey
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