India – Luxury, Culture, Adventure… You Name It

India is not for the faint of heart. Besides, you are not visiting the sub-continent because you want to experience everything as cool and comfy, and exactly as you have it at home.
If it’s adventure that you crave, we give you the mighty, majestic Himalaya from kashmir and Ladakh to Bhutan and onwards, to the wild and remote, pristine beauty of Arunachal Pradesh. It’s in the rugged wilderness of the himalaya that the men get separated from the boys.
If it’s mind-boggling culture and colour you’re looking for: discover Hinduism in all its glory. Hinduism is not so much a religion, as a way of life. It is more of an all-encompassing system of governance that gives the seemingly chaotic confusion of everyday life in the sub-continent a semblance of balance and sophisticated poise that keeps the nation moving ever onwards despite the play of conflicting forces.
Hinduism permeates the life of the average Indian at every level. It is a close-knit society, but it is never about the individual. It is always about how the individual is guided to immerse himself in the greater identity of society.
 Taj Mahal - The Stuff of Legend
Taj Mahal – The Stuff of Legend

Unlike in western society, the individual in India is focused more towards his fundamental duty towards society in the various roles he plays as father, son, brother, husband and citizen, than his individuality.

If it’s historical and architectural grandeur you’re looking for, why then, India is a living repository of recorded history that goes back 5,000 years and more. There are historical monuments to be discovered at every step along your visit here.
And the Taj Mahal? Of course you’ve heard of it. It’s the stuff that legends are made of. If you’re visiting here for the first time, you just have to visit Agra… and Jaipur!
We can give you world-class luxury. We’ve spent centuries in finely honing the concept of fine living and unimaginable luxury in the courts of Mughal Emperors and royal families that ruled kingdoms and civilizations in former princely India, such as Mysore, Hyderabad, Travancore, Rajasthan and more.
And don’t forget the vibrant colors of the festivals.  It’s a rich diversity of events that celebrate every imaginable aspect of life on the sub-continent from the festival of colors to the festival of lights.
If you are game for an experience that will absolutely change the way that you look at the world, we invite you to build an India holiday for yourself with our expert advice.
They say that travel is the mother of all learning experiences!
I say come, bask in the unique experience that is India…