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Explore rich treasure of modern and ancient Indian literature, history & art, and visit a Bollywood studio.
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Twelve nights accommodation, journey led by an expert resource, an Art & Design Historian, Heritage expert, meals as indicated, sightseeing, activities and entrances fees as per itinerary, flights as per itinerary, all transfers, journeys & excursions by appropriate air-conditioned vehicles based on the number of guests.
23 Jan '19
Indian art consists of a variety of forms and is characterized by a sense of design, which can be observed in both modern and traditional forms. Soak in these artistic wonders of India along with its rich culture, during this journey. Experience and learn about the rich literature, history and art of ancient and modern India. Every piece of art narrates a story to experience and indulge in. This journey also includes a Bollywood tour, where you can learn all about the glamourous Indian film industry, what goes behind shooting a film and the traditional Bollywood dance moves.
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Delve into the rich treasure of modern and ancient Indian literature, history and art.
Experience a tour of a live Bollywood studio.
Explore some of India's most fascinating museums
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Welcome to the “City of Dreams” – Mumbai. Get insights about the tour during a briefing session with Seema Srivastava, our tour expert and enjoy dinner.
Mumbai is a city of dreams and experiences, inspired by Bollywood, the Hindi film industry. During the Bollywood tour, you will attend a Bollywood dancing and sound recording workshop. You will visit a TV/film set to witness a live shoot. In the evening, take a heritage walking tour at the iconic Taj Mahal hotel.
Start your day by visiting the Prince of Wales museum and then fly to Kolkata. Visit Kumartuli and the college street book market.
Spend your day taking a tour of the city. Visit the Tram Museum, Indian Museum, Victoria Memorial Academy of Fine Arts and Marble Palace. Enjoy a short ride on the iconic city tram and spend your evening having dinner with a local family.
Start your day with a walking tour of the city and then fly to Varanasi. In the evening, enjoy an aarti ceremony on the Varanasi ghats, followed by vegetarian dinner at a local restaurant.
Start your day on a spiritual note by witnessing a serene sunrise at the Ganges. Visit an Akhara for mud wrestling, an ancient tradition which still lives on in the narrow lanes along the ghats of the Ganges. Later, fly to the next destination – Agra.
In the morning, visit the iconic Taj Mahal, followed by the Agra Fort and Chini Ka Rauza, which is a funerary monument containing the tomb of Allama Afzal Khan Mullah, a scholar and poet who was the Prime Minister of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
In the morning, drive to Jaipur and visit Fatehpur Sikri en route.
Spend your day taking a tour of the city and visit the Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing. In the evening, get a better insight into the Bollywood industry by watching a Bollywood movie.
In the morning, drive to Delhi and en route visit the Transport Museum, along with lunch. This gallery showcases the evolution of the Indian car industry, as well as cars that have been used in India since the advent of motoring.
Spend your day at the Delhi Art Fair, South Asia's leading platform for modern and contemporary art and visit the National Museum. In the evening, meet an artist at his studio over tea and snacks.
Spend your day taking a tour of the city. Take a rickshaw ride around the lanes of Old Delhi, visit Jama Mosque and drive past Central Delhi. Also, visit Gandhi Smriti, Humayun's tomb and Dilli Haat.
After enjoying your breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the airport to leave India.
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