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Duration: 12 Days 11 Nights
Description : Description: DELHI, VARANASI, KOLKATA, PURI and Bhubaneswar

Day 01: Arrive Delhi
Upon Arrival in Delhi, you will be greeted by our Representative after clearance of Immigration and Customs CLEARANCE.
(DELHI – India’s Capital and political seat is a bustling Metropolis with 25 Million Inhabitants. Divided into 2 Parts – OLD and new. Old built by Moghuls and NEW designed during the British time, which is even now known as “LYUTENS” (the architecture) Delhi.
Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi

Day 02: Delhi
Breakfast in the Hotel
Morning proceed for the visit of Old Delhi – visit the splendid Mosque – Jama Masjid – the largest mosque in India and is one of architectural works of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan – the Builder of Taj Mahal. Walk through the colorful shopping bazaar known as Chandni Chowk (“Silver Street”), enjoy Rickshaw ride at Chandni Chowk. Drive past the Red Fort – a majestic Fort and an erstwhile seat of power – which encapsulates a long period of Indian history and its arts. Also visit Raj Ghat, where Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi was cremated

Afternoon you will visit Qutub Minar – a soaring Afghan style Tower and Minaret erected by Qutb-Ud-din in 1193 – the pride of Delhi. Humayun’s Tomb, is the Delhi’s first Mughal mausoleum, built in 16th Century is constructed of red sandstone, inlaid with black and white marble. It was built in accordance to the Indo Islamic architecture. Orientation drive of India Gate, President House.
Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi

Day 03: DELHI-VARANASI By Flight
Breakfast in the Hotel
Transfer to Airport for flight to Varanasi
After Arrival in Varanasi – Transfer to Hotel
(Varanasi- the ‘eternal city’, and Hinduism’s most important city, located on the banks of the sacred River Ganges, has been the center of learning & civilization for over two thousand years.

Evening: you will witness Aarti ceremony on The Ganges. Aarti is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in which light from wicks soaked in ghee (purified butter) or camphor is offered to one or more deities. Enjoy rickshaw ride during visit of Aarti.
Overnight, stay at hotel in Varanasi.

Early morning boat ride, on the holiest of Holy River – The Ganges. Experience the flow of time as you see the enactment of life in front of your eyes – from life to death, on the banks of this mighty river. Hindu pilgrims come to bath in the sacred “Ganga” – to wash away their sins – facing the rising sun, or at dusk, when leaf-boat lamps are floated down the river. The experience will change your perspective towards life. On your way back visit turn back visit Viswanath Temple (Golden temple) from outside (Non Hindus not allowed inside).

Return for breakfast at hotel.

After breakfast visit Benaras Hindu University, Viswanath Temple within the campus of University.

Afternoon proceed for an excursion to Sarnath – a major Buddhist centre. After achieving enlightenment at Bodhgaya, Buddha – the ‘Awakened One’, delivered his first sermon here. Also visit Archeological Museum at Sarnath.
Overnight, stay at hotel in Varanasi.

Day 05: VARANASI-Kolkata By Flight
Breakfast in the Hotel
Morning : you will be transferred to Varanasi airport to board flight for Kolkata
After Arrival in Kolkata, Transfer to Hotel.

AFTERNOON: sightseeing viewing Victoria Memorial – a fantastic place that will take you into the world of past history, where you can view the photos and effigies of prominent personalities, who made an incredible contribution in the glory of India. Today, Victoria memorial is one of the finest art museums in Kolkata. The foundation of the old fort is still intact. National Library – National Library in Kolkata, India is the largest library of our country. It is constructed on 30 acres Belvedere Estate in Kolkata. The main attractions of the museum are the fossils of extinct animals and the Egyptian mummy. The Egyptian Mummy is more than 4000 years old.
Overnight stay at Hotel in Kolkata

Day 06: Kolkata
Breakfast in the Hotel
Kali Ghat – Build by a Brahmin Zamindar, Sabarna Roy Choudhury, the Kalighat Temple is a place for worshipping Goddess Kali. It is said that the old temple was housed within a small hut. It was only in 1809 when the construction of the present day temple began. In the 16th century the original temple was set up by King Manasingha. Dakshineshwar Temple – This is one of the oldest and the largest temples of the city that reflects the Navaratna style of architecture. One of the prime attractions of the temple, the Ganga River that flows by the temple is the place for all the visitors to take a holy dip.
AFTERNOON – FREE for independent activities
Overnight stay at Hotel in Kolkata

Day 07: KOLKATA – BHUBANESWAR –PURI (75Km – 01,30hrs)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Transfer to Airport
Take a flight to Bhubaneswar. After Arrival, you will proceed by Car to PURI.
After Arrival, Check-in at the Hotel

Afternoon: FREE on Beach.
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Puri.

Breakfast in the Hotel
Morning: The magnificent Sun Temple at Konark is the culmination of Orissan temple architecture, and one of the most stunning monuments of religious architecture in the world. The massive structure, now in ruins, sits in solitary splendour surrounded by drifting sand. Today it is located two kilometers from the sea, but originally the ocean came almost up to its base. Until fairly recent times, in fact, the temple was close enough to the shore to be used as a navigational point by European sailors, who referred to it as the ‘Black Pagoda’.
Return to Hotel in Puri
LATE AFTERNOON: sightseeing viewing Sri Jagannath Puri Temple (Shree Jagannath Puri temple, one of the most impressing monuments of the Indian State Orissa, was constructed by a famous king of Ganga Dynasty Ananta Varman Chodaganga Deva dating back to 12th century at the seashore Puri. This astounding Vaishnava temple enshrines Lord Jagannath, Devi Subhadra and Balabhadra. The main temple of Jagannath is an impressing and amazing structure constructed in Kalinga architecture, with a height of 65 meters placed on an elevated platform.
Overnight stay at Hotel in Puri

Day 09: PURI – CHILKA LAKE – PURI (100 Km – Round Trip – 2 Hrs Driving time)
EARLY MORNING with Packet Breakfast – Leave for Chilka Lake
Chilika Lake, the Asia’s the biggest inland salt-water lagoon, is separated from the waters of Bay of Bengal by a narrow neck of land. The Lake extends across the three districts of Puri, Ganjam and Khordha in Orissa. Located around 50 km from Puri, the lake is a tourist attraction with many small islands of lusting emerald green and natural beauty. The lake is a winter hub of many spectacular migratory birds. The view of sunset and sunrise are memorable experiences here. The sanctuary in Nalbana Island houses many different kinds of flora and fauna.
Afternoon: Return to PURI
Rest of the Day FREE on Beach
Overnight stay at Hotel in Puri

Day 10: PURI – BHUBANESWAR (75 Km – 01,30hrs)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Leave by Car for Bhubaneswar
After Arriva, Check-in at the Hotel

AFTERNOON: City sightseeing visiting, Orissa State Museum (objects, natural history objects, Bronze Age tools and stone sculptures, Orissa State Museum offers a memorable visit for nay of its visitors. Lingraj Temple (dating back to 7th century, is a majestic monument of Oriyan architectural style and craftsmanship.) The temple, a massive structure of 147 feet high, is enclosed by fortified walls and is surrounded by many ancient small shrines. This beautifully and elaborately carved lofty tower is a special attraction of the temple. The Unique feature and identity of the temple is the main deity, a Swayambhu Linga, a merge of Half Vishnu and Half Shiva.
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Bhubaneswar.

Breakfast in the Hotel
Continue sightseeing of Bhubaneswar – Visit
ISKON Temple (The ISKCON Temple, with deities of Krishna, Blaram, Gaura Nithai, Subhadra and Jagannath, is located in the heart of the Bhubaneswar city. ISKCON movement is very prominent in Bhubaneswar with activities surrounding over two ISKCON centers, one in the Swarga and Dhauli Giri (Dhauli Giri is historically an important place near Bhubaneswar). It was here in the plains the gruesome battle of Kalinga War and afterwards the remorse of the king had taken place. After the war Ashoka renounced all bloody battles, embraced Buddhism and became an ambassador of non-violence. The edict here inscribes many of Ashoka’s preaching.)

Afternoon: FREE
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Bhubaneswar.

Breakfast in the Hotel
Transfer to Airport
Leave by Air for Delhi
After, Arrival in Delhi, Transfer to Hotel
Rest of the Day FREE
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Delhi

Day 12: DELHI
Transfer to International Airport
Flight back Home