Traveling through the Golden Triangle of India
Jaipur is also called a tourist triangle as it connects the major cities of India i.e., Delhi, Agra, Jaipur. The reason it is known as the Golden Triangle is the triangular shape formed by this city on the map. Starting from Delhi, the Nation’s Capital, We travel to 200 km south of Delhi to Agra city which is on the banks of Yamuna. Further to cover the last point of the triangle we travel 240 km from Agra to Jaipur by car, the Pink City of India.
Traveling through the Golden Triangle of India: Delhi – Agra – Jaipur
Delhi, the national capital apart for the administrative city is the most visited city in India. It is known for its vivid culture and architectural beauty that includes works by Mughals, Britishers, and Rulers who ruled India in the past. There are certain places which are usually on the bucket list of tourists. Some of them are Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar, Connaught Place, Lotus Temple, Akshardham, and many more amazing places. To visit these places and explore every corner of Delhi, one can book Radio Cabs with AHA Taxis and enjoy food, shopping complexes and architectural beauty of Delhi.
After completing Delhi Darshan tourist focus to explore the beautiful spots near Delhi and the next step is to travel to Agra. Traveling Delhi to Agra by cab is the most mainstream and comforting way of exploring this city. Agra is known for culture, forts, gardens, historical spots and another reason why it is famous in the History of India is it being Mughal Capital in the reign of Akbar. This is also the reason Agra is enriched in culture, food, and tradition. There are places that make you feel the Royal Heritage of Agra are Agra Fort, Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, Sikandra, Salim Chisti’s Tomb and many more places.
Now traveling to the last point of this Golden Triangle, Agra to Jaipur by taxi is about 240 km. Jaipur is the most beautiful city in this triangle, also known as the Pink City. Jaipur is the largest city in Rajasthan founded in the year 1727 by Rajput ruler Jai Singh || after whom this city named. It was designed by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya and was the earliest planned city of Modern India. Jaipur has two UNESCO World Heritage sites – The Jantar Mantar and Amer Fort. And there are many more places to visit to admire Rajasthani Food, Culture, and Architectural Beauty.
Traveling from Jaipur to Delhi will complete your visit to this Golden Triangle. Do visit this triangle and add more to your travel diary just hire cabs as traveling through roads move you through the Heart of India.