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India is a country of myriad experiences where villages and cities habite together. Come with us on this journey of two different strata of lives and see how they co-exist in perfect harmony.

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Day 1
Delhi
  • If you are a first timer in Delhi, then the best way to introduce this city to you would be like a living breathing mammoth! It is a melting pot of North India with people pouring from all walks to make a living here.
    A Night food trail in Delhi is to die for! Manoeuver yourself through the tricky lanes of Chandni Chowk and Parathewali Galli to taste Rabdi with Jalebi and so many different types of Parathas which you cannot even think of!
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 2
Delhi - Chandigarh - Shimla
  • We know that leaving Delhi and its charms is not going to be easy for you as we head to Shimla today. En route, Chandigarh - a brainchild of Le Corbusier, the Swiss-French Architect must be visited. The Zakhir Hussain Rose garden is a visual delight. The Rock Garden is an open-air exhibition hall by Nek Chand, completely made of recycled materials. Late night we arrive in Shimla – the summer capital of the British Raj.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 3
Shimla
  • Surrounded by picturesque villages, enticing apple orchards and dense forest cover are the quaint towns of Thanedar and Kotgarh, situated approx 80 km away from Simla. Endowed with a unique old-world charm, pristine beauty, and crisp, clean air to tranquilize the soul. Kotgarh is famous for its apple orchards which are the legacy of Samuel Evan Stokes, later known as Satyanand Stokes after he converted to Hinduism. He introduced apples to Himachal and began producing them as a product to be exported. The Himachalis owe him their orchards and he turned himself into one, even married a local girl!
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 4
Amritsar
  • Now we enter Punjab – Land of Five Rivers, the capital city is aptly named as Amritsar – a pool of nectar. It is one of the most agriculturally advanced regions in India. The yellow fields of mustard flowers which go up to as far as the eye can see are featured in numerous Bollywood Masala Films. We learn how Punjab became the Granary of India with its massive wheat production.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 5
Amritsar
  • To make the young generations aware of the importance of Agriculture and its practices, The Institute of Agriculture and the Khalsa College have been established. The main attraction in Amritsar is The Golden Temple where you once enter and the Guruvaani – hymns from the Holy book of the Sikhs – Guru Granth Sahib replenish your soul. The close proximity to Wagah Border and the infamous shootings at Jallianwala Baugh during the British Raj have to be visited too.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 6
Bhatinda
  • The holy place where Guru Gobind Singh – the 10th Sikh Guru fought against the Mughals in the 3rd battle at Mehraj. In addition to that, it is also a major market for agricultural products, handloom weaving and huge thermal plants. Arriving in Punjab and not tasting the refreshing Lassi should be a crime! Almost half a foot glass filled with the sweet concoction of fresh milk, sugar and the choicest of dry fruits is yummy to say the least!
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 7
Bhatinda
  • The Punjabis are famed for their lavish hospitality, we can see this in the rich cuisine with huge dollops of Ghee – butter in it! Learn to prepare and savour the world famous Punjabi Food! The oldest fort in India – Bathinda Fort or also known as Qila Mubarak where the only woman to reign the Delhi Sultanate was incarcerated after her defeat. Spend the evening learning to do the Bhangra – a traditional dance of the Punjab area which has vigorous kicks, leaps, and bends of the body to the accompaniment of short songs called boliyan and, most significantly, to the beat of a dhol (double-headed drum)
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 8
Hisar
  • Discover Nature Care Farm, Hisar with an area of over 75 acres, lush green landscape fascinates all the visitors to savour the fresh air and ethnic rural culture. The evening is filled with the traditional dance of the horses which is yet another highlight of this tour.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 9
Hisar
  • To tackle the increasing effects of pesticides and insecticides, Hisar has come up with eco-friendly and sustainable farming. The various forms of Herbal farming which means using herbs and plants to wrestle the diseases of plants or increase the production are gaining speed. Earthworm compost units, Organic Vegetable gardens, Bee-keeping, Stud farms etc. are only some of the many ecological conscious industries in Hisar.
Day 10
  • We say goodbye to the rural plains and simple life of village and head to Delhi to catch a flight back home. Spending time amongst the farmers who cultivate to feed thousands, make us realise the conscientiousness and diligence in the work they put in.
Destinations you will visit
Delhi - India
Day 1
Shimla - India
Day 2
Shimla - India
Day 3
Amritsar - India
Day 4
Amritsar - India
Day 5
Bhatinda - India
Day 6
Bhatinda - India
Day 7
Hisar - India
Day 8
Hisar - India
Day 9
Hisar - India
Day 10
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