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Tiger Safari & Marvelous Monuments of India
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Tiger Safari & Marvelous Monuments of India

Tiger Safari & Marvelous Monuments of India tour will begin with pick up from Delhi airport. Explore Mumbai, India financial powerhouse, dotted with colonial era buildings & cave temples. Then fly to Jabalpur and begin the wildlife exploration visiting some famous national park having the largest number of tiger population. Embark on enthralling jeep safari in dense forest of Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench & Satpura National Parks. Continue to explore the Paleolithic age Bhimbetka rock shelters, Sanchi Buddhist stupas, Bhopal city & wetland. Travel by train to Agra and witness the immortal beauty of the Taj Mahal. Next visit the historic city Delhi & its Mughal monuments. At the end we will drop off you at Delhi airport.
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Vikas Singh wrote a review Mar 2020
Hyderabad, India3870 contributions465 helpful votes
More than 200 years old it was built by the first woman ruler of Bhopal, Qudsia Begum (reigned 1819-1837), who was nicknamed ‘Gauhar’. The palace, which was residential as well as a working place for the Begum, is known for its Indo-Islamic architecture. It is unique among the contemporary palatial structures in other parts of the country in the sense that it has no separate designated parts for women and men (mardana and zanana) since the ruler herself was a woman
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Date of experience: February 2020
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D_kavathekar wrote a review Oct 2019
Bhopal, India13 contributions
Varied artwork are being on displayed at Gauhar Mahal. Being once being the queen's palace, the monument is now being used for a stage for handicraft and art works. Once a while visit is mandatory.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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982pradipb wrote a review Aug 2019
Navi Mumbai, India388 contributions24 helpful votes
Built by Qudisiya Begum ( also known as Gohar Begum ) in 1820 is a synthesis of Hindu - Muslim architecture . Gohar Begum was the first woman ruler of Bhopal . It was a seat of power and residence as well . It is situated next to the Bari Jheel . It perhaps requires better maintenance to showpiece the glorious history of Bhopal Rulers .
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Date of experience: August 2019
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DrManoj wrote a review May 2019
Mysuru (Mysore), India148 contributions87 helpful votes
We reached at 11am in the morning, and to our surprise, there was not a single visitor. We tried entering, when the gate keeper approached us. We decided to cut short our visit as as the place was not at all maintained properly.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Raymond W wrote a review Apr 2019
Townsville, Australia4526 contributions4344 helpful votes
While this 19th century palace would have been beautiful in its heyday, it is extremely neglected now and mostly a derelict building. There is one portion (a courtyard) which is open to the public. It has attractive wooden doors and some other interesting details on the facade. The courtyard is now occupied by a small textiles market which has some colourful fabrics. Most of the rest of the building is closed and inaccessible. This is undoubtedly a minor attraction.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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