Festivals to Enjoy During Golden Triangle Tour

Festivals to Enjoy During Golden Triangle Tour

The Golden Triangle tour showcases India's cultural diversity by combining the vibes of Delhi, the glory of Jaipur, and the magic of Agra. And, if you're wondering where to start, festivals are the best time.  

Visiting India during the celebration of any one of its festivals will help you in understanding its culture better. You can get going with the complete information about the festivals you can enjoy during your Golden triangle tour 3 nights 4 days visit.

Art in Taj Mahotsav, Agra

If you plan your Golden triangle tour 3 nights 4 days during the mid February, you can visit the popular Taj Mahotsav in Agra. Taj Mahotsav is a sensory extravaganza for everyone who is making their first journey to India. It is a ten-day festival that celebrates Indian culture and art. Numerous young artists showcase their skills and carry on their family traditions at this festival. You will be amazed to see different types of artwork, sculptures of wood and marble, pashmina from Kashmir, bamboo or cane from North East India, zardozi, etc. There will be street food from around India and rides that you can enjoy. 

International Kite Festival, Jaipur

Every January, there is an International Kite Festival in Jaipur. The blue skies are filled with these colorful jewels. There are thousands of people participating in this kite-flying competition. The Kite Festival is not only an exciting adventure, but an ideal setting for friendships amongst people of any age, gender, or nationality.

The kite festival takes place on the day of Makar Sankranti. It is a cultural treat that only a select few may enjoy while visiting India. However, you may also experience this traditional feast if you are traveling to the Delhi Agra Jaipur tour package for 4 days.

Holi - Festival of Colors

Paint your body and soul with colors while being on the Delhi Agra Jaipur tour package 4 days then visiting during the festival of Holi will be a great idea. Holi is celebrated in Jaipur with all the regal splendor. It is a two-day gathering when the neighborhood comes together and celebrates the victory of good over evil. On the first day of the Holi, visitors are invited to partake in a traditional Hindu bonfire. The next day, vibrant colors are used in the streets and happy individuals apply these colors to each other. 

Literature Festival in Jaipur 

Authors from across India and overseas are invited to this three-day literature festival held in January in Jaipur. All the book lovers gather here to read, talk, ask questions, and receive answers to the greatest works ever written in Literature. You can also enjoy the food and handicraft work. Sometimes there are even musical concerts that take place in the evening and you can enjoy that too. 

Gangaur Festival, Jaipur

Rajasthan is well-known for its Gangaur and Teej Festivals. At these festivals, you can see traditional dresses, rituals, and cultural values.    

The festival of Teej starts in the monsoon season and Gangaur starts after Holi. Gangaur is celebrated for eighteen days and is quite popular among Rajasthani women. 

Both festivals are celebrated in the honor of Goddess Parvati and their devotion and love for her husband Lord Shiva. Women parades wearing lehenga, jewelry, and puja thalis. By booking a Delhi Agra Jaipur tour package for 4 days with Taj Trips you can enjoy these festivities.

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