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Mumbai to Delhi Overview
Travel to India and visit the highlights from Mumbai to Delhi
Travel to India and tour from Mumbai to Delhi, taking in the sights, cities and cultures that make this colourful country famous. Explore holy Buddhist caves at Ajanta, admire the mish-mash of Buddhist architectural styles in Sanchi and stroll by the river in chilled Orchha, all the while meeting friendly locals and indulging in spicy delights. From the dhobi ghat in Mumbai to manic Old Delhi bazaars, this adventure will create amazing memories to last a lifetime.
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A city of contradictions and never dull, Mumbai has truly wonderful sights vs the hard to see; incredible cultural depth vs rampant consumerism; immense riches vs crippling poverty.
Known around India for its fine silk and cotton fabrics, Aurangabad also has some fine buildings and is close to the spectacular Ellora Caves.
A big producer of bananas, Jalgaon is the gateway to the Ajanta Caves and has a modern infrastructure with a small town feel.
A sacred site for Hindi pilgrims, Omkareshwar is said to resemble the shape of the Om symbol and is a small town located in the Narmada River.
Founded in the 6th century, Mandu was an important military outpost for many centuries and is now the site of some remarkable and well-preserved ruins.
Ujjain is one of the seven sacred cites of the Hindus and is an important pilgrimage site; the temples and streets are often filled with brightly-robed sadhus.
Sanchi is a small village with a large number of remarkable Buddhist monuments, some dating back to the 3rd century BC.
Meaning 'hidden', Orchha is a small village with a grand history and is covered with 16th-century temples and buildings still standing proud.
Delhi has been an important city in India for well over 2000 years, and its cultural richness and diversity radiates from every corner.
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