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In the food tour of India especially in North India, one will see the thick, mildly spicy, and creamy gravy complimented with every dish. Rogan Josh, Chole Bhature, Dilli ki Chaat, Lucknow Ke Kebabs are the most famous North Indian dishes. The availability of a variety of fruits, grains, vegetables, and spices makes the North Indian cuisine more colorful. In North India, food is generally prepared with pure desi ghee and doused with fresh milk. The most famous butter chicken is a relevant example of this. North Indian dishes provide gastronomic joyride to the eaters. Every nook and corner in North India has plenty to offer a delicious treat.
Arrival in Delhi
Depending on your arrival timing you can enjoy seeing some historic narrow avenues of Delhi, taste the mouth-watering street food, witness new buildings, and historic landmarks. Delhi is the historic and the modern city glorified with its rich historical tradition and heritage.
A Visit to Old Delhi
Old Delhi is famous for its narrow lanes and the most delicious cuisines. The small gullies (lanes) have an incredible variety of food to offer Delhi food tour is only completed by visiting the Paratha Wali Gali in Chandni Chowk, in this lane, where every shop sells a variety of Parathas (bread) stuffed with some unknown but the most delicious filling. Old Delhi has numerous street joints famous for selling Chats, Dahi Bhalle, Tikki, Fruit Chat, and Phirni. To eat the Kebabs one can visit the Karim shop located within the Jama Masjid.
Catch a Flight for Lucknow
Catch a morning flight for Lucknow. This Nawabi city is the capital of Uttar Pradesh and is famous and known for its Tehzeeb, and Nawabi culture. Commonly known as the City of Nawabs, the city has very well retained its old-charm offering an enticing attraction to the visitors. Lucknow food tours will always have the Biryani, Kebabs, and Nahari-kulchas on its menu. This city is famous for making an ordinary dish extraordinary by mixing a variety of spices and making it taste wonders.
Cooking Class in the City of Nawabs: Lucknow
Learn the Awadhi Dum Pukht cooking style. The word Dum means to breathe and Pukht means to cook. This technique involved putting the food in a clay pot commonly known as handi in Awadh and covering it tightly with dough and cooking the food over a low flame. In your Lucknow food tour, you will see every restaurant using the Dum Pukht cooking style to cook the traditional Awadhi cuisine.
Enjoy the Nawabi Tour and Treatment in Lucknow
Wake up early in the morning and start the historic tour to this culturally rich city. Visit the famous British Residency, the architectural marvel of the city. British Residency is an integral part of Lucknow's Siege since 1857. In the afternoon meet the chief and progeny of this Nawabi city. Enjoy your dinner with the Royal family and taste the Lucknowi food and once again dig into the historic culture of this city.
Lucknow to Agra Travel: By Train
Do some morning shopping in this extraordinary city, visit Aminamad and Chowk to take some special Nawabi pieces. In the afternoon head towards the Charbagh Railway Station to take the train for Agra. You will reach Agra in the evening and relax overnight in a hotel.
Tour to the City of Taj: Agra
Agra is the city that offers visitors its treasure trove. There are various historical monuments to visit in the city and know more about the Mughal Dynasty. The afternoon is the best time to enjoy the food tour of India, especially of Agra. Taste the Agra's most famous Tandoori Chicken. This juicy chicken is served with green mint Chutney that will make anyone feel insatiable. Enjoy the fresh, hot, and delicious Jalebi, the most archetypal street food of Agra. And don't forget to buy a packet of Petha because the city is Mashoor (Famous) for "Agra Ke Pethe".
Travel From Agra to Jaipur en-route Fatehpur Sikri
Fatehpur Sikri arrives on the way to Jaipur. This Indo-Islamic city is famous for the walls of sandstone that echoes the tales of poignancy and past glory. The city is a combination of architectural beauty and religious creeds.
Jaipur, the Pink City was established by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. He ruled the city from 1699-1744. This city is very beautifully designed, keeping in mind every architectural significance. The city serves as a prominent tourist attraction for thousands of years.
Gallivanting the Pink City: Jaipur
Jaipur is the town known for folklore and architecture. The city is home to the Rajput warriors who were renowned for their courage. Visit the famous Hawa Mahal, a place that has beautifully crafted windows that allow the breeze to flow through the palace making it an ideal place for some iconic photo-sessions. Head towards the most appreciated historic site of Jaipur, Amber Fort which is always featured on Jaipur's top sightseeing list.
And lastly, visit the City Palace. This place has the mix-and-match of Mughal and Rajput architecture. This place is spread over the wide-area and has parks, houses, courtyards, mosques, and museums inside to give the visitors a reflection of the historic importance and royal grace.
And in the evening know the culinary tourism in India which this Pink city has for you. The Jaipuri cuisine is inspired by Maharajas of Jaipur. Here, the cuisine includes the full packet of Rajasthani food cooked with Desi and Pure Ghee. Dal Baati Churma will always be the prominent dish of this city.
Road Trip to Pachewargarh
Take a morning road trip to Pachewargarh to explore and appreciate Rajasthan’s rural culture. Meet Mrs. Rathore, who will guide you about the various ancient rituals and customs associated with this place. Visit the nearby village with her to see the traditional cooking style which is still alive in the small towns and cities of Rajasthan. Enjoy the Rajasthani food while you see the famous local flock dance.
Road Trip to Pushkar
Pushkar is the most primordial city in Rajasthan commonly known as the City of Temples. Brahma Temple is the most significant Hindu temple in Pushkar. The Camel Fair is held every year in this city. This is the most peaceful town in Rajasthan that springs the buzzing activities.
Visit Kumbhalgarh from Pushkar
Kumbhalgarh is the truest emblem of the glorious history of Rajasthan. Kumbhalgarh Fort showcases the bravery and indomitable spirit of Rajputs, the warriors of India.
Trip to Udaipur from Kumbhalgarh
Udaipur is known as the City of Lakes and East Venice. This city has some of the most beautiful lakes named Pichola, Fateh Sagar, Udai Sagar, and Swaroop Sagar. The food tour of India in Udaipur is completed only after taking a long 3 hours' afternoon walk on the streets of Udaipur to explore the delicious food of the city. This city is well known for the Rajasthani cuisine. In the evening learn some Rajasthani cooking so that you give your taste buds some relaxation when you crave some classic Rajasthani cuisine.
Wayfaring to Udaipur
Udaipur is famous for some of its eye-catching places to visit and City Palace Museum is the number one in the list. The city palace museum is the crown of Udaipur. This place will help you to immerse yourself in Mewar's Marathas past and get a glimpse of how royally they used to live. The next beautiful place to visit in Udaipur is Saheliyon Ki Bari; this place is known as the Garden of Maidens. This place offers a beautiful garden and marble pavilion to see and treasure the wonders of nature.
End your day and tour by taking some blessings by visiting the Jagdish Temple. This temple is constructed in the Indo-Aryan architectural style and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
Catch a Flight From Udaipur: Arrive Delhi
On day fifteen, the memorial food tour of India ends. You can take a flight from Maharana Pratap Airport in Udaipur and reach Delhi taking some unforgettable memories in your mind.