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Udaipur, India



Eklavya Colony Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001, India

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  • Palace on Wheels India

    Experience royalty on wheels onboard the Palace on Wheels. Considered as one of the most exotic trains not only in India but in Asia, this train takes you across some of the most elegant cities of Northern India. Palace on Wheels started its inaugural journey in 1982 and was refurbished and launched in 2009. Itinerary: The train journeys for a week through the princely state of Rajasthan. The journey starts from Delhi, travels through Rajasthan, Agra, and then ends back in Delhi.   Day 1: The journey starts in the evening from the Safdarjung Railway Station in Delhi where visitors are given a traditional welcome before embarking on the train. Day 2: The train chugs into Jaipur early in the morning and stops for sightseeing. The highlights of this stop include a visit to Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort and Jantar Mantar.   Day 3: The journey continues to Sawai Madhopur where you can stop to explore the Ranthambore National Park for quite some time. Continuing the journey, the train arrives in Chittorgarhlate in the afternoon of the same day where you can get out and discover the Chittorgarh Fort.   Day 4: Wake up to see yourself in another royal city, Udaipur. Here you can disembark the train and enjoy an exclusive sightseeing experience. The Lake Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Sahelio ki Bari and the City Palace are some of the sights that you will visit during your stopover in Udaipur. Breakfast is served on the train while lunch is extravagant at the Palace Hotel. Enjoy a boat ride and get back to the train which departs late in the afternoon.   Day 5: The train makes a long stop in the golden city of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer. Places for sightseeing in the city include Jaisalmer Fort, Nathmalji ki Haveli, Salim Singh ki Haveli and Patwon ki Haveli. Guests get to relish traditional local food and also a royal dinner.   Day 6: The train arrives in the ancient city of Jodhpur and has a halt of almost eight hours. Some of the places that you can see while in Jodhpur are Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada. Lunch is arranged at one of the five-star hotels, and afternoon tea and dinner are served on the train.   Day 7: Early in the morning the train arrives in Bharatpur where you can see the Keoladeo National Park. The train continues its journey to Agra where it reaches late in the morning, allowing you to see one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal.   Day 8: The train arrives back in Delhi.   Cabins: The cabins on the Palace on Wheels have been lavishly decorated and include modern amenities. The train has 14 coaches and each of them have been named after a former Rajput state. Each coach has four cabins, with twin beds. Facilities on board include air-conditioning, intercoms, en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV, channel music and wall to wall carpeting. Attendants are always available at your service.   Dining: There are two restaurant cars in the train named, "The Maharaja" and "The Maharani." The dining cars serve an array of cuisines (not halal) such as Indian, Continental, Chinese and Rajasthani. Mineral water is available throughout the journey.   The train also provides indoor games and medical services. There is a lounge car where guests can relax and interact with each other....

  • Great Train Journeys

    Leisure travel is something that everyone would like to experience. Trains have always been a mode of relaxed travelling and with some trains being decked up with luxuries and taking travellers along some of the most scenic rides, the journey becomes all the more enjoyable. Some of the best train journeys are listed here.  Credit -   The Glacier Express:  Undoubtedly one of the most scenic trains in Switzerland, the Glacier Express traverses along some of the most scenic views of Europe. The train covers a distance of 180 miles in around eight hours moving from Zermatt to St Moritz.    Venice Simplon-Orient-Express: Picture Credit : Connecting some of the best cities in Europe, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is one of the most charming train journeys. The train runs for three days covering the most scenic views of France, Switzerland and Austria.    Rovos, Pride of Africa: Picture Credit - An awesome date with nature, the Pride of Africa explores the majesty and hidden treasures of the Continent. This luxurious train follows a long itinerary taking guests through South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania. This train has been rated among the most luxurious trains in the world.    Eastern & Oriental Express: Picture Credit - Linking Singapore and Bangkok, the breathtaking Eastern & Oriental Express travels over 1,200 miles taking you across lush countryside and paddy fields. The food on the train is delicious with international and eastern influences.    Palace on Wheels:    Picture Credits - Adorned with extravagances, the Palace on Wheels chugs through the princely state of Rajasthan. It crosses the Thar Desert and some of the best cities of Northern India. You can enjoy a royal welcome in Jaipur, a camel safari near Jaisalmer, lunch at the Lake Palace in Udaipur and afternoon at Taj Mahal.    The Bernina Express:  One of the best ways of crossing the Alps, the Bernina Express travels from northern to southern Europe. Running through Switzerland's Graubunden region, the train crosses some of the most breathtaking sceneries of Europe.   The Blue Train:  Picture Credit - Launched in 1998, the Blue Train offers a hotel like an experience on wheels. Every compartment boasts of individually controlled air-conditioning, television, telephone and en-suite bathrooms. Professionally trained butlers are at your served all around the clock. The train follows the traditional route from Pretoria to Cape Town.   Trans-Siberian Express:  Running from Moscow over the Urals across the outstanding Russian steppes and Lake Baikal to Vladivostok, the Trans-Siberian Express claims to travel over one-third of the world and travels for eight days.    The Canadian:  Picture Credit - Taking visitors through the awe-inspiring beauty of Canada, the Canadian travels over 2,749 miles between Toronto and Vancouver. During its course of the journey, the train travels along some of the most incredible landscapes of the country. For more travel inspiration and destinations to visit download the halal trip travel app. ...

  • The Top 10 Attractions for Muslims to Visit when in India

    Located in South East Asia; India is a country that has been blessed with exotic cities and diverse landscapes, unique cultures, flavorful food and so much more. It has increasingly become a popular tourist destination and is said to attract millions of tourists from all over the world. The attractions it offers will fascinate visitors and will keep them thoroughly occupied. Thus, choosing just ten of them is no easy feat. This list therefore consists of some World Heritage Sites and some of our personal favorites, as well as attractions known to draw in Muslims.   1. The Taj Mahal, Agra You shouldn’t be surprised that the Taj Mahal is the first on our list! This beautiful white marble mausoleum was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It is not only one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture, but is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 2. Lake Palace, Udaipur Located on the island of Jag Niwas in Lake Pichola is the 83 roomed, 5-star luxury hotel; Lake Palace. Constructed by Maharana Jai Singh II in 1746 as a royal summer palace, Lake Palace is said to be one of the most beautiful palaces in the world. It is home to numerous courtyards, stunning fountains and gardens, and is renowned for its breathtaking architecture and views. 3. Agra Fort, Agra Also located in Agra is another UNESCO World Heritage site; the Agra Fort. This 16th-century Mughal monument is also known as the Red Fort and is situated about two and a half kilometers away from the Taj Mahal. Within this red sandstone fortress, visitors will find the imperial city of the Mughal rulers. 4. Amber (Amer) Fort and Palace, Jaipur A visit to India is not complete without a visit to what is said to be one of the most famous forts found in Rajasthan; the Amer Fort. Located 11 kilometers from Jaipur this old fort, also known as Amer or Amber Palace, was built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh and is a world-renowned attraction. On the inside, visitors will find numerous buildings as well as architecture that is said to have been influenced by both Hindus and Muslims. 5. Jama Masjid, Delhi The Jama Masjid or the Masjid-i Jahān-Numā is India’s largest mosque and is said to be able to hold a mind-blowing 25,000 people. Located in Old Delhi, this mosque is frequented by millions of Muslims and non-Muslims, locals and tourists. It is also one of the last architectural works of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and was built between 1644 and 1658. 6. Gateway of India, Mumbai Built to commemorate the visit of the British Monarch, King George V and Queen Mary, the Gateway of India is a magnificent landmark and is said to be the city's top tourist attraction. This 26 metre high structure which was built in 1924 is not only Mumbai's most famous monument; it is also one of the most unique landmarks in India. 7. Leh Palace, Ladakh, Kashmir Although in ruins, this 9 storey palace built by King Sengge Namgyal in the 17th century as the royal residence, is definitely a must-visit attraction in India. Located in the Himalayas, the Leh Palace might not be easy to reach, but this journey certainly contributes to its appeal. The majestic palace is home to a museum which holds a collection of items that are hundreds of years old. Visitors will also be treated to incredible panoramic views of Leh and the surrounding areas while here. 8. The Kerala backwaters Kerala is said to be one of the most preferred tourist destinations in India, which doesn’t really surprise us. The Kerala Backwaters comprise of beautiful lagoons and lakes which lie parallel to the Arabian Sea. For nature lovers, a visit to this area will prove to be the highlight of their trip. Tourists must take a cruise on a House boat down one of Kerala's incredibly stunning backwaters to experience the true beauty of the surroundings. 9. Mysore Palace, Mysore Amba Vilas or the Palace of Mysore is one of the largest palaces in India, and was the residence of Wodeyar Maharaja. In 1897 the palace was destroyed in a fire and was subsequently rebuilt in 1912. The Mysore Palace is said to be one of the most famous tourist attractions in India, due to its unique architectural blend. 10. Jamia Masjid, Srinagar Located in Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, the Jamia Masjid was originally built in the 1400’s by Sultan Sikandar and was later expanded. The mosques incredible architecture, along with the 370 wooden pillars which support it draw in tourists from all around the world. It is one of India’s most sacred mosques and is the biggest Mosque in Kashmir; known for surviving the ravages of time. Also worthy of a visit is Goa, which is India’s smallest state known for its exotic beaches; like Palolem Beach, Kashmir, and Darjeeling which is known to produce some of the best tea in the world, and is home to some of India’s most popular hill resorts. ...

  • Muslims Travelling in India

    Due to the seemingly endless choices, deciding on which destinations to visit in India can be rather difficult. A few popular destinations amongst Muslim travellers have been compiled below to help with travel planning.   Being home to over 177 million Muslims and with Islam being the second-largest region in the country, facilities for Muslim travellers such as Halal food and prayer facilities will be readily available across India. India is also the non-Muslim-majority country with the world’s largest Muslim population and Muslim travellers to India will feel right at home.   Kerala is one of India’s most popular destinations amongst tourists. With attractions ranging from beautiful beaches to stunning cliffs to elephant and tiger reserves, Kerala has something to offer every traveller. Must-visit places in Kerala include Kochi City, Kerala Backwaters - where houseboat trips along the Kerala canals are a must-try for any traveller, Munnar – the perfect place for tea lovers, the stunning Varkala beach, the hilly region of Wayanad and the Periyar National Park. Access to Halal food and prayer facilities will be readily available across the region.   Considered to be one of the most beautiful places on Earth, Kashmir will be paradise for all nature lovers. Boasting a diverse range of landscapes and terrain, Kashmir is often referred to as the "Switzerland of India" and has a lot to offer tourists. Some of its highlights include the scenic area of Sonamarg, Charar-i-Sharief and Yousmarg, Gulmarg - considered by many to be India's ‘ski resort’ as well as the scenic regions of Pahalgam and Sinthan Top.   The states of Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal are home to the largest populations of Muslims in the country. Uttar Pradesh is the most populated state of India, home to a population of nearly 167 million - including 30 million Muslims. It is home to Agra - the tourist capital of India which is famed for the Taj Mahal as well as two other UNESCO World Heritage Sites - the Agra Fort and Fatehpūr Sikrī.   West Bengal offers a blend of rich culture and modern city life. Darjeeling is amongst its most popular attractions and is famed for its beautiful tea gardens, magnificent waterfalls and wealth of flora and fauna. It is ideal for travellers and families seeking relaxation and offers an atmosphere of absolute peace and calm.   Rajasthan is yet another popular family destination when travelling to India. The state preserves much of India's heritage and royalty and offers both natural and man-made attractions for travellers. Some of its must-visit spots include the Amber Fort in Jaipur, Camel fair in Pushkar, Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, Junagarh Fort in Bikaner, Pichola Lake in Udaipur and Bundi Fort in Bundi.   The destination choices are endless when travelling to India. The country of rich culture and heritage often leaves a lasting impression on any type of visitor....

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