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Planning For Honeymoon Trip In India – Know These Tips And Tricks


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Planning for honeymoon trip could be exciting if you choose the right place and what people think going out of India is the only option to enjoy the honeymoon trip as beautiful as possible. Now, let’s take a look at some places out of the multitude of places available for planning for honeymoon trip in India.

Planning For Honeymoon Trip In India – Amber Fort

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Amber fort, the historic standing fort, is located in Amer. Amer is a town with an area of 4 square kilometers and is 11 km from Jaipur. It is one of the principal tourist attractions in Rajasthan. It is located in the high hill in Rajasthan. It was built by Raja Man Singh I. Amber fort is known for its artistic style. It bends both the Hindu and Muslim elements. The fort overlooks the Moata Lake, with its large ramparts, cobbled paths and series of gates.

The king of the time Raja Shri Maan Singh Ji Saheb (Maan Singh I) was born on December 21, 1550 and died on July 6 1614. He built this fort in the 16th century. He was included in the ‘Navratna’ and was one of the first war chiefs or trusted general of the Emperor Akbar. He started the building process in 1592 with red and white sandstone.

Planning For Honeymoon Trip In India – Hall of Audience

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The Hall named ‘Hall of Public Audience’ or ‘Diwaan- e- Aam’ is a beautiful hall that stands on two rows of ornamented pillars and opens on three sides. This is said to be the hall where the King used to meet the general public to listen to their needs and complaints. Another is the ‘Diwan- e- Khaas’ or the ‘Hall of Private Audience’. It is said to be the hall where the King used to meet special guests from other states, friends and his ministers.

A channel of water ran through the hall that worked as an air cooler. In this unparalleled hall cool climate was artificially created. It is said that this hall was used by kings to spend their time with their queens and their mistresses that is why the name translates as the residence of pleasure or pleasurable residence.

Planning For Honeymoon Trip In India – Palace of Mirrors

The Sheesh Mahal (palace made of mirrors) is the major attraction and is the most famous and beautiful part of the fort. The famous song from bollywood movie ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ that was ‘Jab Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya’ was shot in this Mahal. The ceiling and walls are carved with beautiful paintings made of pure glass. The reason for such a Mahal is that the queens were not allowed to sleep in the open sky but liked the view of the open skies and shining stars. The most stunning thing about the hall is that that even two candles gets converted into thousand of stars due to the reflective property of the hall.

Conclusion

While these are a few locations, There are several romantic places you can visit in India to make your honeymoon trip as memorable as possible. Also, make sure to choose the places that are not covered by tourist crowd if you would like to enhance the travelling experience with your partner.

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