Morning Breakfast then then checkout hotel then go for Sightseeing of Delhi Including – India Gate, View of President House and Parliament House , Gandhi Smriti , National Museum then take Lunch then transfer to airport for chennai ,on Arrive check-in Hotel Dinner & Over Night at hotel.
Highlights Of The Day
India Gate :This 42m high stone memorial pays tribute to the valiant soldiers of Indian Army who sacrificed their lives for the country during World War I, Northwest Frontier operations and in the Anglo-African War in 1919. A flame burns day and night in the memorial for the remembrance of the martyrs.
President House : The President house is also known as RashtripatiBhavan in Hindi. President house previously known as "Viceroy's House" and now its officially home of the President of India. President house started constructing in 1912 and completed in 1929. It has 340 rooms with huge corridors stretching up to 2.5kms.
Parliament House : The parliament house is also known as SansadBhavan. It was designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker in 1912-13 and construction began in 1921and ended in 1927. The Parliament Museum opened in 2006
Gandhi Smriti :It is the world-famous memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. The Gandhi House is the place where he was shot on 30 January 1948, causing the death. Gandhi spent his last 144 days in this house (Birla House) and his room is preserved in the same condition as he left it. You can find his possessions there which include spectacles, a walking stick, a spinning wheel and a pair of chappals.
National Museum :This splendid museum is full of amazing ancient treasures. It showcases sophisticated figurine from Harappa civilization including the remarkable dancing girl, and fine ceramics from Nal civilization. It also showcases exquisite jewelry, miniature paintings, medieval woodcarvings, Buddha relics, textiles and musical instruments.
Morning Breakfast then Sightseeing of Chennai including – Marina Beach , Fort Musem , Santhome church, Lunch then Drive to kanchipuram on Arrive Sight seen of Ekambareswara Temple , Kanchi Kailasanathar temple , later Drive to Mahabalipuram on Arrive Check-in hotel Dinner & over night at hotel.
Highlights of the day
Marina Beach - Marina Beach around 13 Kilometers is the longest natural urban beach in the country and the second largest in the world which is situated in the city of Chennai in Tamil Nadu. Approx 30000 People come to visit here in a day.
Fort Musem - The Fort Museum in Chennai is among the top tourist attractions to visit in Tamil Nadu. It was organized in 1948 and has an impressive collection .
Santhome church -The church, which was once constructed as a mausoleum in memory of Saint Thomas, has now grown to be a Basilica, as stated by the then Pope in 1956.
Ekambareswarar temple - Is one of the five Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located in Kanchipuram in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. One of the Shiva temple represent five primordial natural element – water, ether, fire, wind.
Kanchi Kailasanathar temple - The kanchi Kailasanathar temple is the oldest structure in Kanchipuram. Located in Tamil Nadu, India, within the Land of thousand temple. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva, and is known for its historical importance. The temple was built from 685-705AD by a Rajasimha ruler of the Pallava Dynasty.
Morning breakfast then Sightseeing of pancha Rathas Temple , Arjuna's Penance , Krishna's Butterball , Shore temple then Drive to Madurai then Lunch on the way on Arrive Check-in hotel Dinner & over night at hotel .
Highlights of the day
Panch Rathas - The Five Rathas or Panch Rathas are five monolithic temple structures built by the Pallavas in early 7th century AD. Situated in a common complex to west of the Shore temple in Mahabalipuram,
They are named after the Pandavas Yudhisthira, Arjuna, Bhima, Nakul, Sahadeva and their wife Draupadi. However as the names might suggest, the temples are not related to the Pandavas of Mahabharata fame but, unfinished masterpieces of the Pallava dynasty.
Arjuna's Penance -Arjuna's Penance is a story from the Mahabharata of how Arjuna, one of the Pandava brothers, performed severe austerities in order to obtain Shiva's weapon. (This meaning of the word "penance," by the way, is specific to Hinduism. Unlike the Catholic rite of penance, it is performed to gain power, not to expiate sin.)
Krishna's Butterball - If there is another thing that describes the town of Mahabalipuram other than Shore Temple then it is the famous Krishna's Butterball. It is a huge granite boulder that is resting on a slope. The boulder is around 6 m high and 5 m in width and is resting in this position for around 1200 years. It looks like a naturally formed stone and many efforts to remove it have failed. A very famous tourist attraction in Mahabalipuram.
Shore Temple - One of the major attractions of Mahabalipuram. Built in 7th Century by Pallava' s this temple is right on the sea shore of Bay of Bengal which is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.
After Morning Breakfast then Visit Minakshi temple , TruMalai Nayak Palace , Gandhi Museum , Lunch then Drive to thekkady on Arrive Check-in hotel Dinner & Over night at Hotel.
Highlights of the day
Minakshi temple - The Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple is stunning by itself .The towers date from the 12th-14th Centuries and have thousands of beautiful carvings of Hindu gods and goddesses.
TruMalai Nayak Palace - This Palace was built in 1636 by King Thirumalai Nayak with the help of an Italian Architect. This palace consisted mainly of two parts, namely Swargavilasa and Rangavilasa.
Gandhi Museum - The Gandhi Memorial museum at Madurai has been built and organised by the Gandhi Smarak Nidhi. it was in Madurai, in the year 1921 . It was in 1955 that the palace with about 13 acres of land was gifted by the Tamilnadu State Government, to the Gandhi Smarak Nidhi for the purpose of housing Gandhi Memorial Museum.Gandhiji visited this temple in 1946 along with the Harijans as a triumph for the cause of Harijan Temple Entry.
Morning Breakfast then Visit Spice Garden , Thekkady National Park Lunch then drive to Alleppey on Arrive Check-in hotel Dinner & over night at hotel.
Highlights of the day
Thekkady National Park - Periyar National Park and wildlife sanctuary is located in Thekkady, Kerala. It is very famous among tourists as elephant and tiger reserve. The park covers 357 square miles of land. Two main river, Pamba and Periyar runs through the park.
South India Known for age old culture, scintillating backwaters, palm fringed sea
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Delhi - India Gate, View of President House and Parliament House , Gandhi Smriti , National Museum
Chennai - Marina Beach , Fort Musem , Santhome church