Dynasty/Empire on Indian Golden Triangle Tours

Indian history is saddled in legend, myths, epics and sagas of great mythical and mystical battles fought with exceptional bravery and valor. Golden Indian Triangle Tours make lasting impressions of the amazing courage and strategy of ancient kingdoms and dynasties that ruled, reigned shaping India’s destiny and civilization today. Through narratives of ancient architecture and traditions they still witness to the saga of an enduring tale of a great civilization.


In the cities of Delhi , Agra and Jaipur come tales of exceptional craftsmanship and administrative dynamism. The Delhi Sultanate is known as the start of reign of foreign rule that built impregnable fortresses as proof of architectural prowess.

The Khalji, Tughlaq, Sayyids and Lodi dynasty are remarkable in Indian history. Alauddin Khalji dynasty reigned from (1296-1316 AD) with able administration, military success, market reforms and price reforms.

Muhammad bin Tughlaq dynasty reigned from (1324-1351 AD) transferred capital from Delhi to Daulatabad. Death of Ibrahim Lodhi at battle of Panipat fighting Babar, founder of the Mughal Empire brought collapse of the Delhi Sultanate.

Babar (1526-1530 AD) founded Mughal Empire in India. Babar succeeded by son Humayun who was ousted from Delhi by Sher Shah.

Sher Shah (1540-1555 AD ) ruled for five years with administrative skills. Humayun ruled briefly and was succeeded by son Akbar.

Akbar (1556-1605 AD) built political power and extended his empire. Akbar was a great ruler and saw for empire to achieve stability, sufficient attention required on all subjects. He sought cooperation of the Rajputs.

Jehangir (1605-1627 AD) son of Akbar liked pleasure and had refined taste. Shah Jahan (1628-1658 AD) son of Jehangir liked architecture and built The Taj Mahal. Notable buildings also include Red Fort(Lal Quila), Jama Masjid in Delhi.

Taj Mahal_1

Aurangzeb(1658-1707 AD) was a military strategist and administrator although fanatical and religious.

Mughal Empire peaked in Aurangzeb’s reign and conflicts with Marathas, principal rulers wasted crucial time, resources and energy.

The death of Aurangzeb marked downward spiral of the once mighty Mughal Empire.

The golden triangle tours India rebuild and recapture the thrill of the enamouring capacity of Mughal Empire from Delhi to Agra with graceful majestic monuments and Jaipur; the Maharajahs regal forts inescapable and their imprint on Indian consciousness even till today.

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