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7 Days in India





Day 1 11Am Traveling from Tokyo to New Delhi Landed in Incheon International Airport
Day 1 Delhi 1.The Red Fort
2.Qutb Minar
3.India Gate
Mon to Fri 8:30AM–6PM
1.The Red Fort Address:Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
2.Qutb Minar Address: Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
3.India Gate Address:Rajpath Marg, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Day 2 in Delhi 1.Lotus Temple
2.National Museum
3.Taj Mahal
Mon to Fri 8:30AM–6PM
Lotus Temple Address: Lotus Temple Rd, Bahapur, Shambhu Dayal Bagh, Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019
National Museum Address:Janpath, New Delhi, India
Taj Mahal Address:Dharmapuri, Forest Colony, Tajganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001
Day 3 in Jaipur 1.Hawa Mahal
2.City Palace, Jaipur 
3.Albert Hall Museum
4.Ram Niwas Garden  
5.Blue City
Mon to Fri 10AM–6PM
Hawa Mahal Address: Hawa Mahal Rd, Badi Choupad, J.D.A. Market, Kanwar Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302002.
City Palace, Jaipur  Address:Jaleb Chowk, Near Jantar Mantar, Tripolia Bazar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302002
Albert Hall Museum   Address:Museum Road, Ajmeri Gate, Ramniwas Bag, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004
Ram Niwas Garden  Address:Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Ram Niwas Garden, Ashok Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001
Blue City  Address:Jaleb Chowk, Near Jantar Mantar, Tripolia Bazar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302002
Day 4 in Goa 1.Fort Aguada
2.Harvalem Caves
3.Arambol Beach
4.Mysore Palace
Mon to Fri 10AM–7PM
Fort Aguada Address:Fort Aguada Road, Aguada Fort Area, Candolim, Goa 403515.
Harvalem Caves Address:Rudreshwar Colony, Sanquelim, Goa 403505
Arambol Beach Address:one-hour drive from the Dabolim Airport (GOI).
Mysore Palace Address:Sayyaji Rao Rd, Agrahara, Chamrajpura, Mysuru, Karnataka 570001.
Day 5 in Manali, Himachal Pradesh 1.Rohtang Pass
2.Solang Valley
Mon to Fri 7:30AM–6:00PM
Rohtang Pass Address: 51 kms from Manali, highway to Keylong/Leh .
Solang Valley Address: 814 km northwest of the resort town Manali.
Day 6 in Himachal Pradesh 1.Hidimba Devi Temple
2.Pin Valley National Park
3.Manali Sanctuary
Mon to Fri 9:30AM–6:30PM
Hidimba Devi Temple Address: Hadimba Temple Road, Old Manali, Manali, Himachal Pradesh 175131.
Pin Valley National Park Address: Kaza, Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh 172117.
Manali Sanctuary Address: Circuit House Marg, Manali, Himachal Pradesh 175131.
Day 7 in Himachal Pradesh 1.Museum of Himachal Culture & Folk Art   Hours:
09:30 AM to 06:00 PM

Address:Utopia Comlex, Near Hadimba Temple, Hadimba Temple Rd, Siyal, Manali, Himachal Pradesh 175131.

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal is an immense mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648 by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, the Taj Mahal is the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage.

The Taj Mahal is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna river in the Indian city of Agra. It was commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, to house the tomb of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal.
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The Red Fort

The Red Fort is a historic fort in the city of Delhi in India. It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal dynasty for nearly 200 years, until 1856. It is located in the center of Delhi and houses a number of museums.The Lahori Gate is the main entrance to the Red Fort in Delhi. The fort is approached through a covered street flanked by arcaded apartments called the Chhatta Chowk.

The top of the tower is at almost 480m above sea level, including Namsan Mountain (243m) and the tower's own height (236.7m), making it one of the tallest towers in the Orient. It is comprised of Seoul Tower Plaza, recently opened to public access after 40 years, and N Seoul Tower, operated by CJ Foodville since 2005.

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India Gate

The India Gate is a war memorial located astride the Rajpath, on the eastern edge of the "ceremonial axis" of New Delhi, India, formerly called Kingsway.At the centre of New Delhi stands the 42 m high India Gate, an "Arc-de-Triomphe" like archway in the middle of a crossroad. Almost similar to its French counterpart, it commemorates the 70,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the British Army during the World War I. The India Gate is a war memorial to 82000 soldiers of the undivided Indian Army who died in the period 1914-21 during the First World War.

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Qutb Minar

The Qutub Minar is a minaret that forms a part of the Qutab complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Mehrauli area of Delhi, India. The Qutub Minar is a minaret that forms a part of the Qutab complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Mehrauli area of Delhi, India. Qutub Minar is a 73-metre (239.5 feet) tall tapering tower of five storeys, with a 14.3 metres (47 feet) base diameter, reducing to 2.7 metres (9 feet) at the peak. It contains a spiral staircase.

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Lotus Temple

The Lotus Temple, located in Delhi, India, is a Bahá'í House of Worship that was dedicated in December 1986, costing $10 million. Notable for its flowerlike shape, it has become a prominent attraction in the city. The Lotus Temple also known as the Bahai House of Worship or Bahai Mashriqul-Adhkar Temple is one of the best architectural marvels in the county in modern times. The white marble structure is also called the Taj Mahal of the 20th century but it is so much more than just a splendid piece of architecture.

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National Museum

The National Museum in New Delhi, also known as the National Museum of India, is one of the largest museums in India. Established in 1949, it holds variety of articles ranging from pre-historic era to modern works of art. It functions under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.A national museum is a museum maintained by a state. In many countries it denotes a museum run by the central government, and often is restricted to a few museums, mostly in the capital, while other museums are run by regional or local government, or foundations. In other countries a much larger number of museums.

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Blue City

Jodhpur is a city in the Thar Desert of the northwest Indian state of Rajasthan. Its 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort is a former palace that’s now a museum, displaying weapons, paintings and elaborate royal palanquins (sedan chairs). Set on on a rocky outcrop, the fort overlooks the walled city, where many buildings are painted the city’s iconic shade of blue.

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Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal is a palace in Jaipur, India. It is constructed of red and pink sandstone. The palace sits on the edge of the City Palace, Jaipur, and extends to the zenana, or women's chambers. Hawa Mahal is a palace in Jaipur, India. It is constructed of red and pink sandstone. The palace sits on the edge of the City Palace, Jaipur, and extends to the zenana, or women's chambers. The structure was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh.

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Rohtang Pass

Rohtang Pass, is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 51 km from Manali. It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh, India.

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Solang Valley

Solang Nala (Valley) derives its name from combination of words Solang (Nearby village) and Nullah (water stream). It is a side valley at the top of the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh, India 14 km northwest of the resort town Manali on the way to Rohtang Pass, and is known for its summer and winter sport conditions.

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Museum of Himachal Culture & Folk Art

Small museum showcasing Himachal heritage with various traditional objects & building models.Museum We have been engaged for the collection of articles and traditional heritage from different parts of Himachal Pradesh since 1990. We have collected many types of cultural and folk art antiques articles of Himachal cultural heritage.

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Given its large size, the cost of living in India varies considerably, but many new arrivals are surprised to find that living costs in major cities can be pricey. The cost of living in Chennai, Kolkata and Bengaluru is significantly lower as they were ranked at 158, 194 and 180 respectively.

Indian Rupee

The Indian Rupee is the Indian Rupee currency. Its official international currency code is INR. 1 USD equals to 64.71 Indian Rupee
100 USD equals to 6471.05 Indian Rupee
1000 USD equals to 64710.50 Indian Rupee

Cost of housing in India

Accommodation is likely to be an expat's biggest expense in India, with property in New Delhi and Mumbai being particularly expensive. For instance, a four-bedroom house in New Delhi can cost upwards of 200,000 INR per month. Wherever possible, expats should try to negotiate a housing allowance or complimentary housing into their employment package.

Cost of education in India

It's possible for expat children to attend public schools in India, but their standards aren't in line with what most expat parents would expect. Instead, expat children usually attend international schools. Securing a place at popular international schools in India is difficult, and calling upon contacts or even paying bribes to secure a place aren't unheard of.


In general, the average prices are:
1.Hostel dorm bed in Delhi — $10 per night
2.Hostel dorm bed in the rest of India — $7 per night
3.Budget hotel in Delhi — $26 per night
4.Budget hotel in the rest of India — $20 per night
5.Medium-comfort hotel in Delhi — $50 per night
6.Medium-comfort hotel in the rest of India — $48 per night
7.Luxury hotel in Delhi — $180 per night
8.Luxury hotel in the rest of India — $145 per night.


Transport in India. ... India's rail network is the 3rd longest and the most heavily used system in the world, transporting 8.225 billion passengers and over 970 million tonnes of freight annually, as of 2015. The railways transport about 18 million citizens daily.

Typical prices are: One-way bus/train — $0.30
Taxi (per km) — $0.25
Gasoline (1 L) — $1.06

Food & Drink

If electronics and technology were surprisingly cheap in India, I was even more surprised by the cost of food and drink. Eating in or dining out is affordable at all times.Dining out can be expensive if you go to the tourism areas or Western restaurants. If you stick to local establishments, your cost of living in India can be extremely affordable. These are the average prices for foods:

Chicken breasts (1kglb) — $1.55
Bottle of red table wine — $10
Coffee/Cappuccino — $1.50
Lunch at a food stall – $2
Fast food meal — $3
Budget restaurant dinner, including alcohol (1 person) – $5
Fancier restaurant dinner, including alcohol (1 person) – $8

How much is it to travel to India?

The cost will mainly depend on the kind of boarding option you choose from and the mode of travel you choose. If you travel by Indian railway, local buses and auto-rickshaws and stay in budget hotels and dharmshalas then you can complete your trip in less than 1000 USD but if you are a confi

How much is water in India?

1ltr packed Aquafina / Kinley / Bisleri mineral water bottle cost $0.33 or INR 20. 20ltr packed Bisleri /Aquafina / kingfisher mineral water can cost $1.25- 1.50 or INR 80–100 . it varies as per location.

Which is the best place to live in India?

Hyderabad. Hyderabad is the best Indian city to stay in, emerged as the foremost centre of culture in India. ... Pune. Pune has been selected as the second best Indian city to live in,considered as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. ... Bangalore.
New Delhi.

What is the average salary in India?

The annual median per capita income in India stood at $616, the 99th position among 131 countries. Average Daily Wage Rate in India: Thanks for A2A.

What are the main water sources in India?

Saris that have lots of hand stitched decoration on them will cost more. You should expect to pay at least 6,000 rupees for a decent and authentic Kanchipuram sari, although imitation ones can cost as little as 750 rupees. Good quality Banarasi saris start from around 2,000 rupees.

How much is a sari in India?

Saris that have lots of hand stitched decoration on them will cost more. You should expect to pay at least 6,000 rupees for a decent and authentic Kanchipuram sari, although imitation ones can cost as little as 750 rupees. Good quality Banarasi saris start from around 2,000 rupees.

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How many languages are in India?

India - Language. There are 22 major languages in India, written in 13 different scripts, with over 720 dialects. The official Indian languages are Hindi (with approximately 420 million speakers) and English, which is also widely spoken.

Languages spoken in India belong to several language families, the major ones being the Indo-Aryan languages spoken by 78.05% of Indians and the Dravidian languages spoken by 19.64% of Indians. Languages spoken by the remaining 2.31% of the population belong to the Austroasiatic, Sino-Tibetan, Tai-Kadai, and a few other minor language families and isolates. India has the world's fourth-highest number of languages (427), after Nigeria (524), Indonesia (710), and Papua New Guinea (840).

Article 343 of the Indian constitution stated that the official language of the Union is Hindi in Devanagari script instead of the extant English. Later, a constitutional amendment, The Official Languages Act, 1963, allowed for the continuation of English alongside Hindi in the Indian government indefinitely until legislation decides to change it. The form of numerals to be used for the official purposes of the Union are "the international form of Indian numerals", which are referred to as Arabic numerals in most English-speaking countries. Despite the misconceptions, Hindi is not the national language of India; the Constitution of India does not give any language the status of the national language.

The Eighth Schedule of the Indian Constitution lists 22 languages, which have been referred to as scheduled languages and given recognition, status, and official encouragement. In addition, the Government of India has awarded the distinction of classical language to Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Sanskrit, Tamil, and Telugu. Classical language status is given to languages that have a rich heritage and independent nature.

According to the Census of India of 2001, India has 122 major languages and 1599 other languages. However, figures from other sources vary, primarily due to differences in the definition of the terms "language" and "dialect". The 2001 Census recorded 30 languages that were spoken by more than a million native speakers and 122 which were spoken by more than 10,000 people. Two contact languages have played an important role in the history of India: Persian and English.

Persian was the court language during the Mughal period in India. It reigned as an administrative language for several centuries until the era of British colonization. English continues to be an important language in India. It is used in higher education and in some areas of the Indian government. Hindi, the most commonly spoken language in India today, serves as the lingua franca across much of North and Central India. Bengali is the second most spoken and understood language in the country with a significant amount of speakers in Eastern and Northeastern regions. Marathi is the third most spoken and understood language in the country with a significant amount of speakers in South-Western regions. However, there have been concerns raised with Hindi being imposed in South India, most notably in the states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Maharashtra, West Bengal, Assam, Punjab, and other non-Hindi regions have also started to voice concerns about Hindi.

Scheduled languages

Until the Twenty-first Amendment of the Constitution of India in 1967, the country recognized 14 official regional languages. The Eighth Schedule and the Seventy-First Amendment provided for the inclusion of Sindhi, Konkani, Meitei, and Nepali, thereby increasing the number of official regional languages of India to 18. The Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India, as of 1 December 2007, lists 22 languages, which are given in the table below together with the regions where they are used. The individual states, the borders of most of which are or were drawn on socio-linguistic lines, can legislate their own official languages, depending on their linguistic demographics. The official languages chosen reflect the predominant as well as politically significant languages spoken in that state. Certain states having a linguistically defined territory may have only the predominant language in that state as its official language, examples being Karnataka and Gujarat, which have Kannada and Gujarati as their sole official language respectively. Telangana, with a sizeable Urdu-speaking Muslim population, has two languages, Telugu and Urdu, as its official languages. Some states buck the trend by using minority languages as official languages. Jammu and Kashmir use Urdu, which is spoken by fewer than 1% of the population. Meghalaya uses English spoken by 0.01% of the population. This phenomenon has turned majority languages into "minority languages" in a functional sense.

Lists of Official Languages of States and Union Territories of India

In addition to states and union territories, India has autonomous administrative regions that may be permitted to select their own official language – a case in point being the Bodoland Territorial Council in Assam which has declared the Bodo language as an official for the region, in addition to Assamese and English already in use, and Bengali in the Barak Valley, as its official languages.

Assamese (Indo-Aryan)
Bengali (Bangla Indo-Aryan)
Bodo (Sino-Tibetan)
Dogri (Indo-Aryan)
Gujarati (Indo-Aryan)
Hindi (Indo-Aryan)
Kannada (Dravidian)
Kashmiri (Indo-Aryan)
Konkani (Indo-Aryan)
Maithili (Indo-Aryan)
Malayalam (Dravidian)
Meitei (Sino-Tibetan)
Marathi (Indo-Aryan)
Nepali (Indo-Aryan)
Odia (Indo-Aryan)
Punjabi (Indo-Aryan)
Sanskrit (Indo-Aryan)
Santali (Austroasiatic)
Sindhi (Indo-Aryan)
Tamil (Dravidian)
Telugu (Dravidian)
Urdu (Indo-Aryan)