Radisson Jass Hotel Khajuraho

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By Pass Road, Madhaya, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, 471606, India
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do-it-yourself tour north india

by caris15

i am planning to visit india in december '05. i only have 4-5 days, but i really want to see the Taj Mahal, Jaipur, and Khajuraho, using Delhi as a base.
Is it possible to do all of this in the limited time that i have?
Can one book these tours from Delhi?

RE: do-it-yourself tour north india

by robine

I'd say that this is JUST possible. There's a flight from Delhi to Khajuraho via Agra, so clearly that's the way to go - 1 night each. Plus a bus, train or car to Jaipur, for another night - probably best the latter. Do it all independently, rather than as a tour.

RE: do-it-yourself tour north india

by aadil

Khajuraho is definitely worth all the troubles you take to make it there!!! And Agra too but Jaipur will be something that you can leave for another time, I guess!!! Four to five days will be used up in just these three places as you spend one day in Agra and Khajuraho with two for Delhi. Don't book the tours but go on your own as it will be cheaper as well as you will be able to spend time according to your likes and dislikes. Hope you have a nice time there and enjoy your trip!!!


RE: RE: do-it-yourself tour north india

by caris15

Thanks for the advice, Robine and Aadil!
Sound like DYI is the way to go! What's the best way to travel from Delhi to Agra (i.e. Taj Mahal - early morning) ->train? bus?
i guess we'll take the flight to Khajuraho (how much time would one need to have a wander around the temples, take photos, etc.?) can one book the flight in Delhi itself?

RE: RE: do-it-yourself tour north india

by aadil

>>> Thanks for the advice, Robine and Aadil!
Sound like DYI is the way to go! What's the best way to travel from Delhi to Agra (i.e. Taj Mahal - early morning) ->train? bus?
i guess we'll take the flight to Khajuraho (how much time would one need to have a wander around the temples, take photos, etc.?) can one book the flight in Delhi itself?

Well, I think there is a Shatabdi Express Train that will take you to Agra in the early morning and from there you can take the flight to Khajuraho depending on what time it leaves from Agra. You will have to find that out depending on the airline you are flying. You can book the flight in Delhi itself or even on the internet online booking facility for e-ticketing. About the time taken for a look around all the temples I would suggest atleast one whole day from morning to evening with a sound and light show in the evening to end it all!!! Or even a performance of Indian folk dances in the Kandariya Centre for a one hour show that is quite captivating. There are atleast two main complexes that you must see in Khajuraho - the Western group of temples and the Eastern or Jain group of temples. The others are all at different places and situated far away from each other so you may not get a look at all of them in one day. Hope this helps.


RE: do-it-yourself tour north india

by orchid49

I will go to India also in Dec05 for 10days. Delhi-Varanasi-khajuraho-Jaipur-Agra-Delhi. The tour has been arrnaged by a welknown travel agent in Delhi " Sita Trail India ". You can contact them. Be careful for Domestic flights as mine is still on the waiting list despite booking made 5 months ahead.You can get infor by e-mail attention Mr. Pankaj.

He can quote you the price accordingt o the itinerary you want.

Travel Tips for Khajuraho

Sculptures of Khajuraho - Erotica 1

by illumina

The erotica is probably the single most famous aspect of the Khajuraho temples. Some scholars believe it to be a 'kama sutra in stone' - a guide for boys brought up all-male temple schools. Another theory is that they are there to protect the temples from lightning, since the rain god Indra enjoyed voyeurism and wouldn't want them destroyed. The theory currently considered the most plausible is that they relate to Tantrism, where the gratification of sensual desires is a way to achieve transcendance.

This couple clearly show a joyous celebration of this aspect of life.

Rajgarh Palace

by travelwise217

Photograph of the Rajgarh Palace at Datia in Madhya Pradesh, taken by Deen Dayal in the 1870s. Datia was the capital of the principality of the same name under the Bundela Rajputs in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Rajgarh Palace, seen in this view, is situated west of the old palace known as Nrising Dev Palace or Govind Mandir (c.1620). It was built by Subhakaran and accomodates governments offices.

Metaphysical Khajuraho.

by Guantanamera

You will travel and you will see the "wonders" of the world... The Great Pyramids... The Great Wall of China... Or you will see the various natural wonders... Mountains... Oceans... Volcanos... Rain forests... Then again, you will visit the great cosmopolitan centers... Paris, Hong Kong, New York, Rio de Janeiro... But there are a few places in the world that transcend all these things... And provide something far beyond the ordinary... I am thinking of places like Ubud and Ojai and Samothraki... and Khajuraho...!

Sculptures of Khajuraho - Apsaras 6

by illumina

But the daily life of women obviously wasn't just confined to decoration (no, really!). There are also some beautiful sculptures representing motherhood, and even an intellectual side, shown by the writing of letters.

Raneh Falls and Ken Gharial Crocodile Sanctuary

by castorp75

You are not likely to meet a lot of tourists here which is sad because it is only 18 km away from Khajuraho (400.- Rs taxi ride incl. waiting time) and is ideal for templed-out tourists. Some temples on the first day and some astonishing landscape on the second. In the wet season there's a beautiful waterfall here but it is well worth coming here even in the hot season because of the marvelous rock formations that are only visible in their magnificence when water level is low. Locals call the place the Indian Grand Canyon and they are right. You can see at least four different colors of granite rocks at the same time. The surrounding park is full of animals (monkeys, deers, peacocks, etc.) and at the sanctuary you are shown two types of crocodiles (gharial and mugger) living in the Ken river. The compulsory guide will let you know about the breeding program going on in the sanctuary.
I can't remember the entry fee but it was under 200.- Rs for the 2 of us.
There's a small cafe in this idyllic spot and while you drink your cold mineral water you can buy your postcards and there's even a DVD on offer for as little as Rs. 250.-. It introduces the temples of Khajuraho as well as Raneh falls in different seasons (during monsoon time it is quite different).


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Address: By Pass Road, Madhaya, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, 471606, India