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Raj Heritage Walk
This is a Story Walk & one of our most popular tours, certified by so many travelers through the years! If you like listening to stories about the Raj days and Kolkata then this is your tour! It is a very interesting story of how the British started trading in this part of the world rivalling earlier European entrants. Many a booming cannon later, they became the leading traders. What followed was a small fort, a big port, a great battle, many changing fortunes and lots of colonial cunning & politics. The East India Company & later the Flag of the Empire gave a lot of importance to Calcutta for its trading, political and administrative clout. She was after all the Capital of British India for a long time & arguably the second most important city in the Empire. Along with Defense & Administration came institutions for Entertainment, Education & Emancipation. The light of European renaissance came as an ambient source & later cascaded into its own indigenous, self generating brightness.
Fascinating Chauffeur Private Taj Mahal Day Tour
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. It also houses the tomb of Shah Jahan,Agra Fort is a historical fort in the city of Agra in India. It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty until 1638, when the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi. Before capture by the British
Kochi city tour - Experience the real life of kochi with a local guide !!
Discover Kochi in this half-day Private guided tour in air-conditioned Cab with Local Guide or Driver/Guide. Kochi was the centre of spice trade in India and because of her rich spice history kochi was attracted by most of the foreign traders. Kochi was the first european colonies for Portuguese in the colonial India from the year 1500-1663, followed by Dutch and later by British. It is the old buildings which most clearly reveal this deep-rooted colonial influence. During this tour you will discover the traditional landmarks of historical Kochi like Chinese fishing nets, Vasco de gama church,dutch cemetry and after towards the Dutch palace, a museum under ASI and walk towards famous Jewish synagogue. Also some real life of people working in spice warehouses, washing areas, womens co-operatives etc. Tour is Inclusive of your Entrance tickets and Pick up and Drop Off from Hotel only.
Legend of Tipu Sultan walking tour in Bangalore
Tipu Sultan is a legend on many counts. In this walking tour we will trace his life from the day he fought a tiger and killed it with a dagger, his brave battles with the British, his administrative and economic reforms and his pioneering usage of rockets in warfare. We will visit his Summer Palace, the armoury he kept to fight the British, a medieval temple, Bangalore Fort which was refurbished by Tipu’s father Hyder Ali and the bustling KR market.
A Private guided VIP tour in kochi with pickup !
Discover the highlights of kochi like a VIP, in an Air conditioned premier vehicle with a private guide. Kochi was the centre of Indian spice trade for many centuries, because of her rich spice history, kochi was attracted by most of the foreign traders. Kochi was the first european colonies for Portuguese in the colonial India from the year 1500-1663, followed by Dutch and later by the British. It is the old buildings which most clearly reveal this deep-rooted colonial influence. In 1947, when India gained independence from the British colonial rule, Cochin was the first princely state to join the Indian Union willingly. During the tour in the old city , we will discover the traditional landmarks of historical Kochi, which includes ancient Chinese fishing nets, the historical European settlements like Vasco de gama church and dutch cemetry and later towards the Dutch palace, a museum under Archeology and spend time walking through the historical Jew town towards the Jewish synagogue.