The Palace of Wheels is a luxury train service linking Delhi and Agra with a number of historic cities in Rajasthan.
Following its success, a number of other similar services were in preparation. The first of these, the Royal Orient, entered service in 1995.
Step back to the world on India’s maharajas as you luxuriate in their opulent lifestyles both onboard and off.
Hawa Mahal: Jaipur’s Palace of the winds (Hawa Mahal) was built in 1799 from local sandstone. The women of the court would sit behind the screened lattice windows to enjoy the cooling winds and watch processions go by. Above: Jagmandir Island Palace on Lake Pichola in Udaipur was built as a royal pleasure palace.
Amber Fort, Rajasthan, 16th Century AD and Amber Palace
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India tour through UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites. Visit at https://theworldandmylaptop.com
Sanchi Buddhist Monastery, India
We will guide you through the most beautiful sites according to UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites
#1 Delhi, Humayun’s tomb
#2 Qutb Minar and its monuments
#3 Agra Fort is a walled city built by the Mughal Dynasty. Some 4,000 builders worked on it daily for eighty years, completing it in 1573.
Agra fort is a walled city and it was the site of a battle during the Indian rebellion of 1857 which caused the end of British East India.
#4 Taj Mahal
#5 Mongol city
#6 Khajuraho, the Buddhist monastery in Sanchi
#7 Ajanta Caves
#8 Ellora Caves
Ellora caves, India. India tour through UNESCO World Cultural Heritage
#9 Elephant Caves
#10 The churches and convents in Goa
#11 Pattadakal: the group of monuments
#13 Thanjavur – the Brihadisvara Temple
#14 Mahabalipuram and its group of monuments
#15 Konarak Sun Temple
#16 Darjeeling Himalayan Railway
Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is a narrow-gauge railway that runs between New Jaipaiguri and Darjeeling in the India state of West Bengal, India.