• Delhi, Agra and Jaipur: The Golden Triangle


Why did we choose Delhi, Agra and Jaipur?

The Indian Golden Triangle is the only journey where you can look at three contrasting dynasties and kingdoms separated by time and distance. Delhi was home to the Delhi Sultanate (1206 – 1526) that paved the way for the Mughals (1526- 1857) who transitorily opted for Agra as their capital city and from whence the Mughal Dynasty flourished. And Jaipur, although built in the 1700s, is the epitome of the might and power of the Rajputana region that flourished from 7th – 12th century, and one that endured right up to the age of the British rule.

What does this journey offer?

Students understand contrasting histories of three different dynasties that flourished at different times in Indian history. Jaipur is the first planned city of India. Agra is perhaps the only place that offers a city-sized remnant from the Mughal era, a grand fort and the world’s grandest mausoleum complex, the Taj Mahal. The Qutb Minar in Delhi is the Sultanate’s celebration of its glory days; while Lutyen’s Delhi showcases lasting British influences from the peak of its colonial might.

Core Lessons/

  • Agra Fort V Amber Fort
  • History of the Delhi Sultanate
  • Ancient Astronomy & Time Keeping
  • Mughal Aesthetics & Architecture
  • Experience Documenting


Delhi, Agra and Jaipur: The Golden Triangle

  • Taj Mahal
  • Amber Fort
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Chokhi Dhani
  • Qutb Minar
  • India Gate
  • Working of Jantar Mantar instruments
  • Genesis of Jaipur City
  • Brief history of Mughal Dynasty
  • The Life of Emperor Shah Jahan
  • City that Akbar built - Fatehpur Sikri
  • Bapu Bazar
  • Block Printing & Blue Pottery Workshop - Sanganer
  • Team Activity at Agra Fort
  • Marble Factory
  • Dilli Haat
  • Life of Sawai Jai Singh II
  • Architecture & History – Amber Fort, Agra Fort
  • Mughal Architecture
  • Rise of a Dynasty
  • Accomplishment of Human Effort – Taj Mahal
  • The Dynasties of Delhi Sultanate


Day 1: DELHI

  • Assemble in school
  • Visit Red Fort
  • Visit Delhi Haat
  • Lunch
  • Evening visit to India Gate
  • Dinner and check-in the Hotel
  • Overnight stay in Delhi

Day 2: DELHI

  • Breakfast in the Hotel
  • Local sight seeing of Delhi
  • Visit Humayun’s Tomb
  • Packed lunch in the lawns of Humayun’s Tomb
  • Visit Qutub Minar
  • Evening Visit to Lotus Temple
  • Night return to the hotel
  • Dinner & overnight in Delhi


  • Breakfast in the hotel followed by check-out
  • Post breakfast departure for Agra
  • Afternoon arrival in Agra
  • Hotel check-in followed by lunch
  • Visit Agra Fort
  • Visit to Marble Emporium & Workshop
  • Shopping at Sadar Bazaar
  • Dinner and overnight in Agra


  • Early breakfast in the hotel
  • Visit Taj Mahal
  • Early lunch in the hotel followed by Check out
  • Depart for Jaipur
  • Enroute visit to Fatehpur Sikri
  • Early evening departure from Fatehpur Sikri for Jaipur
  • Night arrival in Jaipur
  • Hotel Check-In followed by late Dinner
  • Overnight stay in Jaipur


  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • Visit to Amer Fort
  • Return to Hotel for lunch
  • Visit to Sanganer Block Printing Factory & Blue Pottery Factory for Workshop
  • Enjoy an evening of traditional Rajasthani entertainment and delectable Rajasthani food
  • Dinner at Chokhi Dhani
  • Night return to the Hotel
  • Overnight stay in Jaipur


  • Breakfast in the hotel followed by checkout
  • Visit to Jantar Mantar
  • Visit to Hawa Mahal
  • Shopping at Bapu Bazaar
  • Lunch in Jaipur
  • Post lunch depart for Delhi
  • Dinner enroute
  • Late night arrival in Delhi


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q  Who can attend this program?


    Any student of your school in the age group of 7-17years (Class II- XII) is welcome to join this program provided the child faces no serious medical conditions which may be difficult to address satisfactorily during the journey. Also, any adult who is not a member of the school staff or management is not allowed to join the school group.

  • Q  What are the requirements for the accompanying teachers for a student group?


    As teachers are the legally appointed guardians of the students for the entire course of the journey, it is advisable that the selected teacher/s are experienced and have the capacity to address issues related to student safety, well-being and behavior. Physical fitness and travel experience are added advantage as most programs are fast-paced and hectic.

  • Q  What is the recommended teacher: student ratio?


    The accepted industry practice is of 1 adult per 10 students (1:10).

  • Q  What about our students’ safety during the journey?


    Underpinning each EdTerra journey is the concern to address student safety at all levels. Being an ISO 9001: 2008 company, EdTerra complies with globally accepted standards for efficient processes, including rigorous safety standards.

  • Q  How can the parents stay in touch with their children during the journey?


    The accompanying EdTerra Journey Mentor provides daily updates on the EdTerra Facebook page (like us at edterraindia), along with photographs of the day’s activities for parents to keep a track of the journey progress. Parents are also provided with contact details of the hotels where students will be staying during the journey. The school may permit students to carry their mobiles or share the number of the lead teacher.

  • Q  Can students meet/visit/stay back with their relatives or friends?


    On account of student safety, EdTerra does not allow any child to meet/visit any relatives during the journey. For every EdTerra journey the rule is simple, you move out of your school/city as a group and you return as a group.

  • Q  What kind of food can we expect during our journey?


    EdTerra provides wholesome and hygienic food during the journey. An ample variety of local cuisine is provided as a part of the travel experience.

  • Q  What kind of clothing should students carry for the journey?


    Depending on the location and time/season of travel, EdTerra will provide an exhaustive to-pack list, enabling students to pack appropriately for the journey.

  • Q  Do you undertake overnight travel?


    Depending upon the program selected, distance from home city and duration of the program, overnight travel may be considered as an option for travel to/ from the destination.

  • Q  What is the minimum group size required to conduct a journey?


    EdTerra journeys operate on a minimum group size of 30 paying pax, and multiples thereof.


Delhi, Agra and Jaipur: The Golden Triangle

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