Monday, 26 June 2017

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Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Golden Triangle Trip

Golden Triangle Trip


Day 01: Arrival– Delhi
Arrival at Delhi Airport by our representative (Holding Guest Name Play Card) meet & greet, later transfer to hotel. Then city tour of New Delhi & Old Delhi covering Birla Temple, India gate, PM House, Humayun's Tomb, Red fort, Qutab Minar, Gandhi memorial, Jama Masjid and chandni chowk (by walk or Cycle Riksha)-one of the main oldest market of the delhi. Overnight stay at hotel. Day 02: Delh-Sikandra-Agra 205 km / 5 hrs
After breakfast proceed to Agra, on the way visit Sikandra, - the Mausoleum of great Mughal Emperor Akbar. On arrival Agra check into hotel, later city tour of agra Visit Taj Mahal-The symbol of Love, Agra Fort. Overnight stay at hotel. After breakfast proceed to agra, on the way visit sikandra, on arrival agra check in at hotel, later city tour of agra visit taj mahal and agra fort. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 03 :Agra-Fatehpur Sikri-Jaipur- 235 Km/5 hrs
after breakfast proceed for Jaipur, on the way visit Fatehpur sikri- Akbar Old Capital, buland darwaza (world largest Entrance gate) and Shrine of Sheik Salim Chisti. On arrival Jaipur check-into hotel. Evening visit (optionally) chokhi-dhani (ethnic resort) enjoy rajasthani food, cultural program, folk dance & etc. overnight stay at hotel. Day 04: Jaipur
After breakfast proceed for excursion to amber fort in the outskirts of jaipur, Elephant ride (Optionally) ascent to the fort. Amber Fort- is the classic romantic rajasthan fort palace. Its construction was started by Man Singh I in 1592. later visit water palace, City Palace-Museum, Jantar Mantar-Observatory, hawa mahal, albert hall and birla temple. overnight at the hotel.

Day 05: Jaipur Or Delhi- Tour Completed
Breakfast at hotel and in time transfer to Jaipur Or Delhi airport for your flight to your own destination tour completed with sweet memories.

2 Person
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Ex. Person

Standard 3 Star
Deluxe 4 Star
Luxury 5 Star
Hans Plaza
The Uppal
Bhoomi Residensy
Mansingh Palace
Grand Imperial
Nahargarh Haveli
Sarovar Portico

Visit India and tour the famous Golden Triangle Tour and Rajasthan Tour Packages  of Dehli, Agra (including the Taj Mahal) and Jaipur. 

NOTE :- Above mention hotel are subjected to availability at the time of reservation, then we shall provide similar category hotel. Hotel Check Inn & Check Out Time is 12:00 NOON.

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

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Monday, 12 August 2013

Pushkar Fair Special Tour with Golden Triangle tours to Delhi, Agra, Jaipur


India is amazing, the country, the people, the food - a very beautiful place. Enjoy the perfect introduction to India's three most popular destinations - Delhi, Agra and Jaipur - as we explore the icons and discover the secrets of this fascinating region. Experience the history of massive forts, the opulence and splendour of Rajasthan's palaces, the bustle and buzz of markets and bazaars, and the traditions of a heritage homestay. Travel through a land full of contrasts on this compact India tour, jam-packed with unforgettable highlights.

You can choose your tour on your occasion viz Honeymoon, kids birthday, wedding anniversary, recreational or rejuvenate your soul on great events like Camel Fair at Pushkar, Diwali(Festival of lights) Celebration with busy bazaars, Holi (festival of colors) playing Holi with the locals in a remote Rajasthan villagers, Stay at some of the local villages in your tour. You can explore fantastic glimpse of rural life in Rajasthan. The most memorable parts of the Rajasthan Holiday Tour you can experience, the diversity of the scenery and the people. Choose any of popular tours when you plan to visit India & Rajashtan:

- Golden Triangle small group holiday, India
- Rajasthan small group tour, India
- Family Group tours for Delhi, Agra and Jaipur
- Classic Rajasthan Tour
- Taj Tour – Highlights Of Northern India
- Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and Ranthambore Tour


Tailor made holidays

Theses above trips can be tailor made to create a unique holiday in Rajasthan for your individual requirements by travel experts with local presence in Rajasthan, India.

We operate tours from Delhi and ends Delhi/Mumbai with your ease. Our local staff will be ready with car & drvier to welcome you at international airport and helps you in check-in at hotel, introduce with other group tour participants (if you opt for small group tours) and our tour guide will be with you always for a memorable trip to India. We have tours starting from every Sunday from Delhi. Book your tour with us without any hassle visiting Rajasthan Tourism or email us at sales (at)

Monday, 21 January 2008

Heraea Games

he ancient Heraea Games, dedicated to the goddess Hera (also spelled Heraia) is the first sanctioned (and recorded) women's athletic competition to be held in the Stadium at Olympia[1], possibly in the Olympic year, prior to the men's events. It is dated as early as the 6th century BC. Some texts, including Pausanias's Description of Greece [2], c. 175 AD, state that Hippodameia gathered a group known as the "Sixteen Women" and madetrators of the Heraea Games, out of gratitude for her marriage to Pelops.[3] Other texts indicate that the "Sixteen Women" were peace-makers from Pisa and Elis and, because of their political competence, became administrators of the Heraea Games[4].

Like the men's competition, Heraea originally consisted of foot races only. The Heraea champions won olive crowns, cow or ox meat from the animal sacrificed to Hera and the right to dedicate statues inscribed with their names[5] or painted portraits of themselves on the columns of Hera's temple. It is still apparent where the portraits were attached on the temple, though the artwork itself has disappeared. [6] The women competed in three age groups, on a track in Olympic stadium that was 5/6 the length of the men's track. Pausanias describes their appearance for the races such that, "their hair hangs down, a tunic (chiton) reaches to a little above the knee, and they bare the right shoulder as far as the breast."[7]
All-Africa Games medal count
Pos Country Gold Silver Bronze Total Year of
first medal
1 Flag of Egypt Egypt 431 328 320 1079 1965
2 Flag of Nigeria Nigeria 303 277 256 836 1965
3 Flag of South Africa South Africa 198 174 137 509 1995
4 Flag of Algeria Algeria 132 152 189 473 1965
5 Flag of Tunisia Tunisia 123 106 133 362 1965
6 Flag of Kenya Kenya 90 97 104 291 1965
7 Flag of Senegal Senegal 40 40 73 153 1965
8 Flag of Ghana Ghana 26 38 64 128 1965
9 Flag of Ethiopia Ethiopia 23 29 34 86 1965
10 Flag of Cameroon Cameroon 20 42 81 143 1965
11 Flag of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 18 26 57 101 1987
12 Flag of Uganda Uganda 17 19 33 69 1965
13 Flag of Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire 17 18 33 68 1965
14 Flag of Madagascar Madagascar 10 15 33 58 1965
15 Flag of Morocco Morocco 9 12 15 36 1973
16 Flag of Angola Angola 9 7 17 33 1987
17 Flag of Lesotho Lesotho 8 3 8 19 1991
18 Flag of Mauritius Mauritius 6 19 27 52 1987
19 Flag of Libya Libya 6 8 16 30 1978
20 Flag of Namibia Namibia 4 10 15 29 1991
21 Flag of Tanzania Tanzania 4 8 10 22 1965
22 Flag of Mali Mali 4 5 7 16 1965
23 Flag of Zambia Zambia 4 4 22 30 1965
24 Flag of Gabon Gabon 4 4 19 27 1965
25 Flag of Botswana Botswana 4 4 10 18 1991
26 Flag of Mozambique Mozambique 4 2 1 7 1987
27 Flag of Eritrea Eritrea 3 1 2 6 2007
28 Flag of Sudan Sudan 3 1 3 7 1973
29 Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo 2 3 6 11 1965
30 Flag of the Republic of the Congo Congo-Brazzaville 1 7 15 23 1965
31 Flag of the Central African Republic Central African Republic 1 2 2 5 1991
32 Flag of Guinea Guinea 1 2 1 4 1973
Flag of Sierra Leone Sierra Leone 1 2 1 4 1991
33 Flag of Swaziland Swaziland 1 0 9 10 1973
34 Flag of Chad Chad 1 0 9 10 1965
35 Flag of Cape Verde Cape Verde 1 0 2 3 1999
36 Flag of Burkina Faso Burkina Faso 1 0 1 2 1987
37 Flag of Somalia Somalia 1 0 0 1 1973
38 Flag of the Seychelles Seychelles 0 13 18 31 1987
39 Flag of Burkina Faso Burkina Faso 0 3 7 10 1965
40 Flag of Togo Togo 0 2 10 12 1965
41 Flag of Niger Niger 0 2 6 8 1965
42 Flag of Benin Benin 0 2 3 5 1973
43 Flag of The Gambia Gambia 0 2 0 2 1973
44 Flag of Rwanda Rwanda 0 2 0 2 1987
45 Flag of São Tomé and Príncipe São Tomé and Príncipe 0 1 1 2 2003
46 Flag of Malawi Malawi 0 0 2 2 1987
47 Flag of Guinea-Bissau Guinea-Bissau 0 0 1 1 1999


The earliest inhabitants of the area were Pygmy peoples. They were largely replaced and absorbed by Bantu tribes of during Bantu expansions. The Bakongo are Bantu groups that also occupied parts of present-day Angola, Gabon, and Democratic Republic of the Congo, forming the basis for ethnic affinities and rivalries among those states. Several Bantu kingdoms—notably those of the Kongo, the Loango, and the Teke—built trade links leading into the Congo River basin. The first European contacts came in the late 15th century, and commercial relationships were quickly established with the kingdoms—trading for slaves captured in the interior. The coastal area was a major source for the transatlantic slave trade, and when that commerce ended in the early 19th century, the power of the Bantu kingdoms eroded.

Following independence as the Congo Republic on August 15, 1960, Fulbert Youlou ruled as the country's first president until labour elements and rival political parties instigated a three-day uprising that ousted him. The Congolese military took charge of the country briefly and installed a civilian provisional government headed by Alphonse Massamba-Débat.

Under the 1963 constitution, Massamba-Débat was elected President for a five-year term but it was ended abruptly with an August 1968 coup d'état. Capt. Marien Ngouabi, who had participated in the coup, assumed the presidency on December 31, 1968. One year later, President Ngouabi proclaimed Congo to be Africa's first "people's republic" and announced the decision of the National Revolutionary Movement to change its name to the Congolese Labour Party (PCT). On March 16, 1977, President Ngouabi was assassinated. An 11-member Military Committee of the Party (CMP) was named to head an interim government with Col. (later Gen.) Joachim Yhombi-Opango to serve as President of the Republic.

After decades of turbulent politics bolstered by Marxist-Leninist rhetoric, and with the collapse of the Soviet Union, Congo completed a transition to multi-party democracy with elections in August 1992. Denis Sassou Nguesso conceded defeat and Congo's new president, Prof. Pascal Lissouba, was inaugurated on August 31, 1992.

However, Congo's democratic progress was derailed in 1997. As presidential elections scheduled for July 1997 approached, tensions between the Lissouba and Sassou camps mounted. On June 5, President Lissouba's government forces surrounded Sassou's compound in Brazzaville and Sassou ordered members of his private militia (known as "Cobras") to resist. Thus began a four-month conflict that destroyed or damaged much of Brazzaville and caused tens of thousands of civilian deaths. In early October, Angolan troops invaded Congo on the side of Sassou and, in mid-October, the Lissouba government fell. Soon thereafter, Sassou declared himself President. The Congo Civil War continued for another year and a half until a peace deal was struck between the various factions in December 1999.

Sham elections in 2002 saw Sassou win with almost 90% of the vote cast. His two main rivals Lissouba and Bernard Kolelas were prevented from competing and the only remaining credible rival, Andre Milongo, advised his supporters to boycott the elections and then withdrew from the race. A new constitution, agreed upon by referendum in January 2002, granted the president new powers and also extended his term to seven years as well as introducing a new bicameral assembly. International observers took issue with the organization of the presidential election as well as the constitutional referendum, both of which were reminiscent in their organization of Congo's era of the single-party state. Currently, Congo holds a rotating seat in the UN Security Council.