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7 Unexplored Places of Golden Triangle India Tour

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In terms of tourism, the Golden Triangle of India consisting of three cities, i.e. Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, has proved to be the 21st most popular tourist attraction in the world. If you have yet to visit the Golden Triangle India Tour, you miss out on a beautiful destination.

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7 Best Unexplored Places in the Golden Triangle to Visit

Unexplored Places in Delhi

Sanjay Van

Sanjay Van is the scariest place in Delhi. It is believed that ghosts rule this forest. It, spread over 783 acres, houses the tombs of several Sufi saints. However, many people have reported seeing ghosts, stories of a woman dressed in a white saree, and hearing children crying after dusk. Alos, it remains unperturbed and desolate by such horror stories.

If you have the courage and want to explore some adventure travel, head to this forest after sunset and enjoy the eerie silence all alone.

Agrasen ki Baoli

Nestled amidst the skyscrapers and the hustle and bustle of Connaught Place, Agrasen Ki Baoli is a fascinating historical stepwell. 

Its grand architecture was built in the 14th century and was used to conserve water and provide comfort for travellers. This hidden structure is now often visited by poets, to get relief from the heat and to work. In today’s time, some people can also see this Bawdi from the point of view of Bhootiya Bawdi.

Explore it by walking its graceful steps, admiring its arches or just sitting back and enjoying peace in this bustling city.

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Mirza Ghalib ki Haveli

Whether you are a fan of poetry or not, you must have heard about Mirza Ghalib. He is a great poet of the Mughal Empire and is known for his literary works in Urdu and Persian. However, only a few are aware of the existence of his mansion, which was built in his memory in the narrow lanes of Old Delhi.

A delight for poetry lovers, history buffs and admirers of Ghalib, this haveli is reminiscent of Mughal architecture and provides an insight into the poet’s life, the walls are decorated with paintings from the poet’s life, and on the side walls, their couplets are carved.

Unexplored Places in Agra

Panch Mahal

The Panch Mahal is a five-storied building built as a summer residence for three of Akbar’s wives and other royal ladies. Therefore, this palace is close to the palace of Akbar’s wife, Jodha. The Panch Mahal is attached to Jodhabai’s palace and royal chamber.

Panch Mahal is also known as Wind Tower as it is built on typical Persian architectural style to survive the summer season in Agra by allowing wind to enter the palace and keep it cool freely.

Red Taj Mahal

You must have heard many times about the Taj Mahal made of white marble in Agra, but there is also a red Taj Mahal. This red Taj Mahal is also called John Hessing Tomb. This replica of the Taj Mahal was built in the 19th century. 

John Hessing was an army officer who served with the Maratha rulers and opposed the Nizam of Hyderabad. He was the commander of the fort of Agra. Moreover, this two-storey tomb is located in the old Agra’s Roman Catholic cemetery. Residents call it the Red Taj Mahal on the lines of the Taj Mahal.

This tomb was built in 1803 with red stone and Mughal architecture on the orders of Anne Hessing, wife of John Hessing. Alos, an inscription in English is placed in the central hall of the tomb. 

Unexplored Places in Jaipur

Garh Ganeshji Temple

There is a beautiful view of Jaipur city on one side of this temple and Nahargarh fort on the other. This temple is devoted to Lord Ganesha. Therefore, many devotees believe that Ganesha is worshipped in this temple as a child named Purushakriti. That’s why Lord Ganesha is seated in the idol of Bal Ganesha without a trunk in the Garh Ganesh temple.

During the “Ashwamegha Yagya,” Maharaja Swai Jai Singh II constructed this temple before the city of Jaipur was founded.

Galtaji Temple

One of Jaipur’s treasures is the Galtaji Temple, which is only 10 kilometres away from the city.

Along with visiting Jaipur, you must also visit the Galtaji Temple here. This temple is also known as the monkey temple. Moreover, The beauty of this temple situated on the Aravalli Hills is a sight to behold.

This impressive building is adorned with round roofs and painted walls adorned with pillars. The mandir campus contains a natural fresh waterfall and 7 holy kunds. The temple complex also contains shrines to Lord Rama, Lord Krishna, and Lord Hanuman in addition to the holy kunds.

Not only native but also foreign devotees visit this temple.

Conclusion

So book your Golden triangle tour package today and do not miss out on these offbeat places.

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