Morning Breakfast then Sightseeing of Delhi Including – Humayun Tomb Or Bangla Sahib Gurudwara ,National Museum, Raj Ghat,India Gate , President House , Parliament House , Gandhi House , then Take lunch then transfer to Airport for Aurangabad, Upon Arrival check in hotel take dinner and Over night at hotel.
Highlights Of The Day
Humayun Tomb- The tomb was constructed by Haji Begum for her husband Humayun. The tomb is intricately designed with elements of Persian and Mughal architecture. The arched façade is erected with white marble and red sandstone while the building follows an Islamic geometry with emphasis on number eight.
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.
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. Tourists are permitted to retrace the audacity of the Indian soldiers.
President House- It has 340 rooms with large corridors stretching up to 2.5 km. It was the residence of British Viceroy formerly and now the home of the head of state. It is fascinating to take a peek inside this historical building, and a guided visit takes in the domed Durbar Hall, presidential library, and gilded Ashoka Hall.
Parliament House - The Sansad Bhawan (Parliament Building) is the house of the Parliament of India, located in the northwestern side of the& Vijay Chowk in the vicinity of the secretariat buildings.Originally called the House of Parliament ,marks governance of the world's largest democracy.
Gandhi House - 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.
After Morning Breakfast, visit Ajanta Caves , which is 30 km from Aurangabad then visit Jain Temple. After sightseeing ,back to hotel take dinner and overnight at hotel.
Highlights of the day
Ajanta Caves-The cave is styled similar to Ellora, Elephanta and other cave temples of Karnataka. With about 30 rock-cuts, the cave comprises ancient monasteries and worship halls. A 250 ft rock wall is carved in Buddhist style.It has multiple Buddhist cave monuments which were built from the 2nd century BCE to about 480 or 650 CE.
After Morning Breakfast drive to sightseeing of Ellora Caves and Bibi-Ka-Maqbara , and also visit Daulatabad Fort, After Lunch transfer to Airport for Next destination or back to home.
Highlights of the day
Bibi ka Makbara - Bibi ka makbara is a principal monument tomb commissioned by the Mughal Prince Azam Shah the son of Aurangzeb in memory of Dilras Banu Begum his mom in 1660 in Aurangabad city. It is a replica of the famous tomb Taj Mahal, Agra and is known as the Taj of the Deccan.
Ellora Cave - Existing from 600-1000 CE period, Ellora Cave is a group of monastery temple complexes which many godly idols in the campus, positioned in an exotic manner. It is considered one of the monastery temple complexes in the world, which are cut out of a single rock. Monuments and artwork of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism can be found here. Cave 16 features the biggest monolithic rock mine in the world. In this excavation, chariot shaped monument are present. It is the Kailasha temple, dedicated to Shiva.