13 Days, 12 Nights
Arts & Crafts, Culture, History & Architecture
August to April
Rajasthan translates to ‘the land of the kings’. This route takes one down the stream of time, exploring urban districts of the desert state. A classic itinerary created for those in need of an introduction to India’s north, this journey will take you through the cultural magnificence of forts, palaces and one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal. Through this pathway, you discover your love for all things; old and new, vintage and contemporary.
Jaipur is the capital and the largest city in the state of Rajasthan. In the early 18th century, Jai Singh II, ruler of Amer, decided to lay the foundation of Jaipur, his future capital, with the architectural assistance of Vidhyadhar Bhattacharya.
Famously known as the Pink City, it is surrounded by seven fortified gates and is home to the Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jai Garh, Amer Fort and many other illustrious monuments, forts and palaces.
Jodhpur was founded in the mid-15th century by Rao Jodha, erstwhile chief of the Rathore clan. The blue colours that decorate many of the houses in the city of Jodhpur, complement the rusty old Mehrangarh Fort standing atop a hill.
The city has a rich history of conflict with the Mughal and Maratha empire and is dotted with art and craft handlooms, forts and temples.
Capital of India, with a rich colonial past and an equally enriching history before that, Delhi will give you a peak into the country's width.
RAAS is Jodhpur's first boutique hotel with a signature look that was born from the fusion of modern and ancient styles and a courtyard that has become a tranquil haven away from the bustle of Jodhpur’s old town.
Traverse the royal history of Rajasthan at Rambagh Palace, once the residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Partake of a wealth of experiences that resound with memories and indulgences of a bygone era.
A luxury hotel in the heart of Delhi that shows its appreciation for art with its collection of post-colonial art & artifacts kept in the gallery at the hotel.
A private boat ride in Lake Pichola followed by dinner at the Ambrai, a picturesque restaurant in the Amet Haveli overlooking the lake and the surrounding landscape.
An initiation course in miniature painting at the home of an artist specialising in the Mewar style of painting.
An afternoon of revelry in Delhi’s vibrant modern art and street art scene at its
numerous galleries and neighborhoods like Hauz Khas Village, Shahpur Jat and Khan