Beautiful Mathura Vrindavan or Symbol of Love- On this earth, the place known as Vrndavan in the district of Mathura, ninety miles southeast of Delhi, is a replica of that supreme Goloka Vrndavana in the spiritual sky. In all of India, that eighty-four-square-mile tract of land is considered to be the most sacred place of pilgrimage because Krishna sported in it, and many devotees still linger there in ecstasy in search of Krishna and His childhood associates. Srila Prabhupada has explained that “It is not that such devotees meet Krishna face to face in that tract of land, but a devotee’s eagerly searching after Krishna is as good as his seeing Him personally. How this is so cannot be explained, but it is factually realized by those who are pure devotees of the Lord.” Because Krishna, His name, form, pastimes and remembrance are all on the absolute plane, to search for Him at Vrindavan in pure God consciousness gives more pleasure to the devotee than seeing Him face to face.” The Brahma-samhita (5.38) confirms that those devotees whose eyes are anointed with the pulp of love always see the eternal form of Shyamasundar within their hearts. Radha and Krishna stay in the place where They enjoy pastimes. How beautiful They are. Their bodies are decorated with jewel ornaments, and They are wealthy with many gem mines of intelligence and wit.
Beauty of Taj or Tajmahal or Symbol of Love- The Taj Mahal of Agra is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, for reasons more than just looking magnificent. It's the history of Taj Mahal that adds a soul to its magnificence: a soul that is filled with love, loss, remorse, and love again. Because if it was not for love, the world would have been robbed of a fine example upon which people base their relationships. An example of how deeply a man loved his wife, that even after she remained but a memory, he made sure that this memory would never fade away. This man was the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, who was head-over-heels in love with Mumtaz Mahal, his dear wife. She was a Muslim Persian princess (her name Arjumand Banu Begum before marriage) and he was the son of the Mughal Emperor Jehangir and grandson of Akbar the Great. It was at the age of 14 that he met Mumtaz and fell in love with her. Five years later in the year 1612, they got married. Mumtaz Mahal, an inseparable companion of Shah Jahan, died in 1631, while giving birth to their 14th child. It was in the memory of his beloved wife that Shah Jahan built a magnificent monument as a tribute to her, which we today know as the "Taj Mahal". The construction of Taj Mahal started in the year 1631. Masons, stonecutters, inlayers, carvers, painters, calligraphers, dome-builders and other artisans were requisitioned from the whole of the empire and also from Central Asia and Iran, and it took approximately 22 years to build what we see today. An epitome of love, it made use of the services of 22,000 laborers and 1,000 elephants. The monument was built entirely out of white marble, which was brought in from all over India and central Asia. After an expenditure of approximately 32 million rupees, Taj Mahal was finally completed in the year 1653. It was soon after the completion of Taj Mahal that Shah Jahan was deposed by his own son Aurangzeb and was put under house arrest at nearby Agra Fort. Shah Jahan, himself also, lies entombed in this mausoleum along with his wife. Moving further down the history, it was at the end of the 19th century that British Viceroy Lord Curzon ordered a sweeping restoration project, which was completed in 1908, as a measure to restore what was lost during the Indian rebellion of 1857: Taj being blemished by British soldiers and government officials who also deprived the monument of its immaculate beauty by chiseling out precious stones and lapis lazuli from its walls. Also, the British style lawns that we see today adding on to the beauty of Taj were remodeled around the same time. Despite prevailing controversies, past and present threats from Indo-Pak war and environmental pollution, this epitome of love continuous to shine and attract people from all over the world.
Day 01: Delhi/Agra - Agra- On reaching Delhi airport or Railway Station, meet our safarsuhana representative who assists you while you take a transfer to the hotel. Check-in to the hotel and then leave for sightseeing around the Symbol of Love and Beauty of Taj, Agra. After enjoying the sightseeing, return to the hotel for dinner and stay overnight at the hotel.
Agra Fort: Agra Fort in Agra is a UNESCO World Heritage site was built by Mughal Empire Akbar. It is located nearly 2 km from Historic Taj Mahal. The fort built by splendid red stone so it is also known as Lal Qila. The fort contains many palaces built by both red and white marble. Some palaces were built with traditional Gujarati and a Bengali design is a major tourist destiny of India.
Taj Mahal: Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World built by Saha Jahan for his beloved wife Mamtaz Mahal. Taj displays its different moods throughout the day through its varied shades, pinkish in the morning and milky white in the evening, golden when the moon shines. The tomb represents the house of the queen paradise and it is based on the palace garden of the great nobles on the both sides of river Yamuna in Agra. The Taj made up with white marble is a great attraction of India and is considered as a symbol of love.
Sikandra: Sikandra the Mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Akbar, is located in the city of Agra. The Monument was started by the Emperor himself. A visit to Sikandra opens before the tourists a complete lifestyle and personality of Empire Akbar including the arts, literature, philosophy & science during his period. The Construction of the pyramidal tomb was completed by Akbar’s son Jahangir.
Mathura: Mathura or Brij- Bhoomi is popularly known as the birthplace of Lord Krishna. The place is known as a holy place by Hindus and is one of the most religious place of India. Mathura is situated in 145km from Delhi. The city is known for its many temples dedicated to Hindu God & Goddesses. Many religious places like Vrindavan, Govardhan, Kusum Sarovar, Barsana and Nandgaon are surrounded to the holy city Mathura. Dwarkadesh temple of Mathura with beautiful, ethereal pictures depicting the entire life of Krishna. Mathura is a must visit place for Hindu devotees.
Vrindavan: Vrindavan, just 15km from Mathurais a scratched place for Hindu Religion. Vrindavan is the place where Lord Krishna spent his childhood days. This notable place is famous for its lovable characteristics of Lord Krishna with his beloved Radha. Vrindavan attracts Hindu deities for its numerous temples like Guru Govinda temple, Madon Mohan Temple. Millions of devotees visit Vrindavan in a number of festivals relates to the life of Krishna On earth.The Vrindavan Ashram for the devotees is also a great attraction for the Hindu pilgrims
Day 02: Delhi/Agra – Departure - This morning, have your breakfast in the morning, go for Rest sightseeing around Mathura and Brindavan. Visit famous attractions of Lord Krishna such as Govinda temple, Madon Mohan Temple, Govardhan, Kusum Sarovar, Barsana and Nandgaon, Dwarkadesh temple. Later, drive towards the airport or railway station for your onward journey.
Agra Mathura Brindavan Romantic Tour Package from Delhi = 1 Nights & 2 Days
Symbol of Love and Beauty of Taj Tour Package from Delhi = 1 Nights & 2 Days
Per Person Cost with Breakfast & Dinner = 5,000/- PP
Complementary – Vegetarian Dinner and Sightseeing (Symbol of Love) of Lord Krishna Visit to Mathura Brindavan
Agra – Hotel Blue Pearl/ Hotel Chanakya/ Purple Orchid/ Hotel Royale Residency/ Similar
Welcome Drink on Arrival (Non-Alcoholic)
Accommodation in Well Appoint Double & Triple Room
01N Stay in Choices of Respective Hotel in Agra
Meal Plan – Breakfast on Respective Hotels
All Transfers, Excursions & sightseeing as per the itinerary
Transports will Provide Separate Private Ac Cab on disposal basis
Arrival Departure from Delhi/Agra Airport or Railway Station
Includes in all Toll Tax, Parking, Road Tax, Driver Allowances except GST