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« on: November 02, 2022, 09:59:17 PM »
Yuey & Bex’s Indian Adventure



(Preface: we went on this trip February 2020 right before COVID closed down all travel.
Special thanks to my wife for writing this TR)

As you know, if you’ve been following our blogs, we love to travel! Especially, when it’s freezing cold in New York, where we live, we love a good escape to an exotic country with sunny skies. India definitely checked all the boxes, 85 degrees daily, magnificent palaces to dirty slums with cows roaming the streets, and a safari to boot! We were ready to embark on another journey to a new place on the globe.



The flight from JFK to BOM was set for 15 hours direct and it only took 13 1/2! Delta was amazing, as usual. We slept for 8 hours, watched 3 movies and we landed safely in Mumbai. Uneventful, easy flight. We then went to the lounge to relax a bit before we took the simple one hour flight to Dehli. We arrived to Dehli at 6am and were greeted with a driver and guide who was ready to show us around the city. We Forst checked into the Lodhi Hotel, freshened you, and then set out to begin our Indian adventure.



NEW DELHI

We began in Old Dehli. We went to see the Jama Masjig Mosque, where up to 25,000 pray during the Indian holidays. After viewing the mosque, we went out to the gate and hopped on a cycle rickshaw. If you watch the traditional cycle rickshaws flash through the crowded streets and colorful market areas in Dehli, you’ll see tourists grasp the handles in mixed emotions of fear  and excitement, as the three wheeled cart scampers through the streets. You’ll see men showering in the streets, getting their necks shaved in the streets, while cows are walking by and traffic jams and fumes are in full blast. It’s something you just need to experience!! The market places in Dehli are plentiful. Visit Chandni Chowk, one of the oldest and renowned markets of the country. Next, head over to the large and colorful market by Kinati Bazaar. Athen go Chawri Bazaar, the first wholesale market in Dehli, that specializes in brass, copper and paper products. Then the grand finale, is most definitely, Khari Baoli, Asia’s largest spice market. Can someone say, “sensory overload!!” Wow!! Those fumes from the spices, mixed with the fumes from the cows, mixed with the fumes from hundreds of people together... get that purell out!

We got back to the Lodhi Hotel, ready to totally and completely chill out!! We picked the perfect hotel for just that. Our room was complete zen. Plush beds, comfy couches, delicious robes and best of all, our own private plunge pool in our room!




Agra - Taj Mahal

The next morning, we were well rested and ready to see one of the 7 wonders of the word, The Taj Mahal. Our driver picked us up and we set out on our 4 hour car ride to Agra. We had an amazing tour guide, who was also an incredible photographer, (major added bonus!), meet us by the entrance to Taj. Our guide explained that the Taj Mahal is a mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna River in the India city of Agra. It was commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, to house the tomb of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It also houses the tomb of Shah Jahan himself.
Walking up to the Taj Mahal for the very first time is simply magical. The best word to decide the feeling is “Wow!!” The Taj Mahal is absolutely positively stunning! Seeing the grand ivory-white marble structure can take your breath away!

After seeing the extraordinar, Taj Mahal, we went to Agra fort, which is beautiful in its own right. Obviously, you can’t compare the Taj Mahal to anything, but Agra Fort was definitely a sight to see as well. Agra fort is the historical fort of the city of Agra in India. It was the main residence of the emporers of the Mughal Dynasty until 1638, when the capital was shifted from Agra to Dehli.




Rathambore National Park - Tiger Safari

After 48 of non-stop touring, we are ready to change it up, and embark on a tiger safari adventure! Rathambore National Park is known for its Bangal tigers, and is a popular love to see these animals in their natural jungle habitat. The sanctuary is home to a wide variety of trees, plants, birds and reptiles, as well as one of the largest banyan trees in India. It’s situated in the Sawai Madhopur plateau and is bounded to the north by the Banas River and time the south by the Chambai River. It is named after the historic Rathambore fortress, which lies within the park. Rathambore National Park was established as the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955 by the government of India and was declared one of the project tiger reserves in 1973. Today is covers 1334 square km.

The park itself is beautiful! We saw deer, monkeys, birds and crocodiles but the main event are the tigers. We were extremely fortunate to see the tigers!!! We heard from many people on our caravan that this was their 3rd, 4th or 5th safari they’ve been on, and they hadn’t seen a tiger yet!! We felt amazing when we spotted the tiger!!! 1st time!!!! It was truly an awesome experience!!

Jaipur - “The Pink City”

Now, we are off to the “Pink City!” Jaipur, known as the “pink city,” due to it’s beautiful red and pink sandstone of the Amber Palace.

The principal tourist attraction in Jaipur is Amber/ Amer Fort, located on a high hill in Amer, Rajasthan, India. Amer is a town located about 7 miles fork Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan.

Amber Fort is known for its artistic style elements. With its large ramparts, and series of gates and cobbles paths, the fort overlooks the Malta Lake which is the source of water for Amber Palace.

The most fun way to go up the fort to the palace is by elephant back. Tourists line up by 7am to ensure that they will get a ride up via elephant back. The animal rights groups said that the elephant rides can only ride until 11am in the winter months and 10am in the summer months. We went at 8:30am and waited on line for our elephant ride for about 15 minutes. We heard that it can take anywhere from 5 minutes to north of an hour so it’s best to get there before 9:30am to secure your ride.

We absolutely loved the decorated elephant ride up Amber Fort to the Palace!
The Palace was the residence of the Rajput Maharajas and their families.
At the entrance to the palace near the fort’s Ganesh Gate, there is a temple dedicated to Shila Devi, a goddess of the Chaitanya cult, which was given to the Raja Man Singh, when he defeated the Raja of Jessiore, Bengal in 1604.

Raja Man Singh has 12 queens so he made 12 rooms, one for each queen. Each room had a staircase connected to the King’s room but the queens were not allowed to use them. This way, each queen has no idea who the king was with that night. Each queen would get dressed beautifully, have fresh flowers and perfumes, all ready, in case, the king happened to come that evening to her room. We found that beyond fascinating!!

The palace is very close to the Jantar Mantar, as well as Hawa Mahal. So we walked down the street to see them both.
Hawa Mahal was the palace built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, who was the founder of Jaipur. The palace is beautiful, constructed with red and pink sandstone.
The city palace, was established at the same time as the city of Jaipur, by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, who moved his court to Jaipur from Amber, in 1727. It continues to hiuse the royal family until today!

We then walked down the road to the Jantar Mantar, which is a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments built by the Martha Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The monument was completed in 1734. It feature the world’s largest sundial, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The instruments allow observation of astronomical positions with the naked eye.
We then went on to have some fun with our guide, reading our horoscopes. That was quite entertaining!

You can’t leave Jaipur without doing some shopping, for it is known for its incredible bazaars. To names a few: Johari Bazaar for jewelry, Tripoli’s Bazaar for bangles, Chandpole Bazaar for handcrafts, Kishanpole Bazaar for textiles, Nehru Bazaar for traditional jootis, and Sireh Devori Bazaar for street shopping.

We ended the day with a real street from our guide, a local, who took us up a flight of stairs in the center of the bazaars, that lead us to a rooftop where we saw the hustle and bustle, with the gorgeous pink backdrop, which is Jaipur.

We slept in the Raj Palace, in the military suite, which was both rich in history and comfort, in Jaipur before heading to the airport Friday morning to take a short 1 1/2 hour flight to Mumbai.

Mumbai

We arrived to Mumbai and were excited to eat real food by the Chabad house! We ate at Chabad in Delhi on Monday, which hit the spot, but then lived on tuna packets, wraps, peanut butter and nuts for the next 3 days.. so when we sat down for brunch by  Chabad of Mumbai, we were blown away by the extensive menu! Everything looked delicious and tasted delicious! After our bellies were full, we went to the Gate of India, to take an hour- long cruise to Elephanta Island, home of the ancient caves. The sea breeze felt amazing! We enjoyed the boat road, then took an old school train to a set of stairs that took us to the caves. The rich ancient Indian history was fascinating! On our way down the steps we picked up great souvenirs and then proceed back to Gate of India so we can simply cross the street, to our hotel, The Taj Palace. This was super convenient, being that Shabbat was starting in hour.

We freshened up, got dressed and walked to the beautiful Kennest Eliyahoo Synogoge to light Shabbat candles and enjoy the beautiful davening. We had a wonderful Shabbat dinner with our dear friends and tour guides, Ralphy and Yale Jihard.
The next morning we walked to the Chabad house for a beautiful davening followed by a delicious lunch. In the afternoon, we went on a walking tour of the Taj Hotel and learned all about the Tata family and the incredible hotel. After Shabbat, we were delighted to hear that the Jerusalem Festival came to Mumbai! What a treat! They had their grand opening ceremony with Israeli bands, dancers and artists.
The next day we did some touring of Mumbai. We walked along side Marine drive, went to tour Bollywood studios and passed by the slums. We then went, to my personal favorite place, the Dhobi Ghat. Maybe, it’s my favorite, being that we have 4 children, at home, (thanks to my amazing in-laws for watching them, so we can travel the world,) and do endless amounts of laundry. Dhobi Ghat is the largest open air laundromat in the world. The washers, known as dhobis, work in the open to clean clothes and linens for Mumbai’s hotels and hospitals. It was constructed in the 1890’s and it’s busier than ever in the year 2020!! There are rows in f open-air concrete washer pens, each lifted with its own flogging stone. For 18 to 20 hours each day, over 7,000 people flig, scrub, dye and bleach clothes on concrete wash pens, dry them on ropes, neatly press them and transport them all over the city. It is quite a sight to see in action!! In 2013, Dhobi Ghat, got the well deserved, Guiness Book of World Records entry under “most people hand-washing clothes at a single location.”

We ended our incredible day, at The Nariman House, designated as a Beit Chabad, to eat dinner and tour the emotional and heartfelt museum dedicated to the people who were murdered in Mumabi’s 2008 terrorist attack. The Chabad House was ran by Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg, who were two, of the many innocent people brutally murdered in the awful terrorist attacked that shook Mumbai.
Luckily, less than three years later, Chabad brought in amazing leaders, Rabbi Israel and Chaya Kafkasky to spread Jewish light.
On our final day, of our India vacation, we decided to simply relax. There’s nowhere better to do that, than the Taj Palace hotel. Starting the day with morning yoga and mediation, swimming in their stunning pool and catching some rays before heading home to snowy New York.
I cannot thank our tour guides, Ralphy and Yael Jihard for making our stay in India so comfortable. They were such a pleasure to work with. Ralphy has a driver waiting for us at every stop, guides wherever we went, all with a smile.
We also want to thank Chabad of New Delhi, which went to to briefly for lunch the first day, that carried us through and most definitely Rabbi Israel and Chaya Kafkawsky, that after, spending 3 days together, we consider dear friends.
As you can see from reading, we highly recommend coming to visit  India! Is India dirty and smelly?!?Oh yes!! 100%! But, it is definitely one of the most colorful, fun and beautiful places we’ve ever seen.
Namaste! you know, if you’ve been following our blogs, we love to travel! Especially, when it’s freezing cold in New York, where we live, we love a good escape to an exotic country with sunny skies. India definitely checked all the boxes, 85 degrees daily, magnificent palaces to dirty slums with cows roaming the streets, and a safari to boot! We were ready to embark on another journey to a new place on the globe.



The flight from JFK to BOM was set for 15 hours direct and it only took 13 1/2! Delta was amazing, as usual. We slept for 8 hours, watched 3 movies and we landed safely in Mumbai. Uneventful, easy flight. We then went to the lounge to relax a bit before we took the simple one hour flight to Dehli. We arrived to Dehli at 6am and were greeted with a driver and guide who was ready to show us around the city. We Forst checked into the Lodhi Hotel, freshened you, and then set out to begin our Indian adventure.

NEW DELHI

We began in Old Dehli. We went to see the Jama Masjig Mosque, where up to 25,000 pray during the Indian holidays. After viewing the mosque, we went out to the gate and hopped on a cycle rickshaw. If you watch the traditional cycle rickshaws flash through the crowded streets and colorful market areas in Dehli, you’ll see tourists grasp the handles in mixed emotions of fear  and excitement, as the three wheeled cart scampers through the streets. You’ll see men showering in the streets, getting their necks shaved in the streets, while cows are walking by and traffic jams and fumes are in full blast. It’s something you just need to experience!! The market places in Dehli are plentiful. Visit Chandni Chowk, one of the oldest and renowned markets of the country. Next, head over to the large and colorful market by Kinati Bazaar. Athen go Chawri Bazaar, the first wholesale market in Dehli, that specializes in brass, copper and paper products. Then the grand finale, is most definitely, Khari Baoli, Asia’s largest spice market. Can someone say, “sensory overload!!” Wow!! Those fumes from the spices, mixed with the fumes from the cows, mixed with the fumes from hundreds of people together... get that purell out!

We got back to the Lodhi Hotel, ready to totally and completely chill out!! We picked the perfect hotel for just that. Our room was complete zen. Plush beds, comfy couches, delicious robes and best of all, our own private plunge pool in our room!

Agra - Taj Mahal
The next morning, we were well rested and ready to see one of the 7 wonders of the word, The Taj Mahal. Our driver picked us up and we set out on our 4 hour car ride to Agra. We had an amazing tour guide, who was also an incredible photographer, (major added bonus!), meet us by the entrance to Taj. Our guide explained that the Taj Mahal is a mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna River in the India city of Agra. It was commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, to house the tomb of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It also houses the tomb of Shah Jahan himself.
Walking up to the Taj Mahal for the very first time is simply magical. The best word to decide the feeling is “Wow!!” The Taj Mahal is absolutely positively stunning! Seeing the grand ivory-white marble structure can take your breath away!

After seeing the extraordinar, Taj Mahal, we went to Agra fort, which is beautiful in its own right. Obviously, you can’t compare the Taj Mahal to anything, but Agra Fort was definitely a sight to see as well. Agra fort is the historical fort of the city of Agra in India. It was the main residence of the emporers of the Mughal Dynasty until 1638, when the capital was shifted from Agra to Dehli.

Rathambore National Park - Tiger Safari

After 48 of non-stop touring, we are ready to change it up, and embark on a tiger safari adventure! Rathambore National Park is known for its Bangal tigers, and is a popular love to see these animals in their natural jungle habitat. The sanctuary is home to a wide variety of trees, plants, birds and reptiles, as well as one of the largest banyan trees in India. It’s situated in the Sawai Madhopur plateau and is bounded to the north by the Banas River and time the south by the Chambai River. It is named after the historic Rathambore fortress, which lies within the park. Rathambore National Park was established as the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955 by the government of India and was declared one of the project tiger reserves in 1973. Today is covers 1334 square km.
The park itself is beautiful! We saw deer, monkeys, birds and crocodiles but the main event are the tigers. We were extremely fortunate to see the tigers!!! We heard from many people on our caravan that this was their 3rd, 4th or 5th safari they’ve been on, and they hadn’t seen a tiger yet!! We felt amazing when we spotted the tiger!!! 1st time!!!! It was truly an awesome experience!!

Jaipur - “The Pink City”

Now, we are off to the “Pink City!” Jaipur, known as the “pink city,” due to it’s beautiful red and pink sandstone of the Amber Palace.

The principal tourist attraction in Jaipur is Amber/ Amer Fort, located on a high hill in Amer, Rajasthan, India. Amer is a town located about 7 miles fork Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan.

Amber Fort is known for its artistic style elements. With its large ramparts, and series of gates and cobbles paths, the fort overlooks the Malta Lake which is the source of water for Amber Palace.
The most fun way to go up the fort to the palace is by elephant back. Tourists line up by 7am to ensure that they will get a ride up via elephant back. The animal rights groups said that the elephant rides can only ride until 11am in the winter months and 10am in the summer months. We went at 8:30am and waited on line for our elephant ride for about 15 minutes. We heard that it can take anywhere from 5 minutes to north of an hour so it’s best to get there before 9:30am to secure your ride.

We absolutely loved the decorated elephant ride up Amber Fort to the Palace!
The Palace was the residence of the Rajput Maharajas and their families.
At the entrance to the palace near the fort’s Ganesh Gate, there is a temple dedicated to Shila Devi, a goddess of the Chaitanya cult, which was given to the Raja Man Singh, when he defeated the Raja of Jessiore, Bengal in 1604.

Raja Man Singh has 12 queens so he made 12 rooms, one for each queen. Each room had a staircase connected to the King’s room but the queens were not allowed to use them. This way, each queen has no idea who the king was with that night. Each queen would get dressed beautifully, have fresh flowers and perfumes, all ready, in case, the king happened to come that evening to her room. We found that beyond fascinating!!

The palace is very close to the Jantar Mantar, as well as Hawa Mahal. So we walked down the street to see them both.
Hawa Mahal was the palace built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, who was the founder of Jaipur. The palace is beautiful, constructed with red and pink sandstone.
The city palace, was established at the same time as the city of Jaipur, by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, who moved his court to Jaipur from Amber, in 1727. It continues to hiuse the royal family until today!
We then walked down the road to the Jantar Mantar, which is a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments built by the Martha Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The monument was completed in 1734. It feature the world’s largest sundial, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The instruments allow observation of astronomical positions with the naked eye.
We then went on to have some fun with our guide, reading our horoscopes. That was quite entertaining!

You can’t leave Jaipur without doing some shopping, for it is known for its incredible bazaars. To names a few: Johari Bazaar for jewelry, Tripoli’s Bazaar for bangles, Chandpole Bazaar for handcrafts, Kishanpole Bazaar for textiles, Nehru Bazaar for traditional jootis, and Sireh Devori Bazaar for street shopping.

We ended the day with a real street from our guide, a local, who took us up a flight of stairs in the center of the bazaars, that lead us to a rooftop where we saw the hustle and bustle, with the gorgeous pink backdrop, which is Jaipur.

We slept in the Raj Palace, in the military suite, which was both rich in history and comfort, in Jaipur before heading to the airport Friday morning to take a short 1 1/2 hour flight to Mumbai.

Mumbai



We arrived to Mumbai and were excited to eat real food by the Chabad house! We ate at Chabad in Delhi on Monday, which hit the spot, but then lived on tuna packets, wraps, peanut butter and nuts for the next 3 days.. so when we sat down for brunch by  Chabad of Mumbai, we were blown away by the extensive menu! Everything looked delicious and tasted delicious! After our bellies were full, we went to the Gate of India, to take an hour- long cruise to Elephanta Island, home of the ancient caves. The sea breeze felt amazing! We enjoyed the boat road, then took an old school train to a set of stairs that took us to the caves. The rich ancient Indian history was fascinating! On our way down the steps we picked up great souvenirs and then proceed back to Gate of India so we can simply cross the street, to our hotel, The Taj Palace. This was super convenient, being that Shabbat was starting in hour.

We freshened up, got dressed and walked to the beautiful Kennest Eliyahoo Synogoge to light Shabbat candles and enjoy the beautiful davening. We had a wonderful Shabbat dinner with our dear friends and tour guides, Ralphy and Yale Jihard.
The next morning we walked to the Chabad house for a beautiful davening followed by a delicious lunch. In the afternoon, we went on a walking tour of the Taj Hotel and learned all about the Tata family and the incredible hotel. After Shabbat, we were delighted to hear that the Jerusalem Festival came to Mumbai! What a treat! They had their grand opening ceremony with Israeli bands, dancers and artists.
The next day we did some touring of Mumbai. We walked along side Marine drive, went to tour Bollywood studios and passed by the slums. We then went, to my personal favorite place, the Dhobi Ghat. Maybe, it’s my favorite, being that we have 4 children, at home, (thanks to my amazing in-laws for watching them, so we can travel the world,) and do endless amounts of laundry. Dhobi Ghat is the largest open air laundromat in the world. The washers, known as dhobis, work in the open to clean clothes and linens for Mumbai’s hotels and hospitals. It was constructed in the 1890’s and it’s busier than ever in the year 2020!! There are rows in f open-air concrete washer pens, each lifted with its own flogging stone. For 18 to 20 hours each day, over 7,000 people flig, scrub, dye and bleach clothes on concrete wash pens, dry them on ropes, neatly press them and transport them all over the city. It is quite a sight to see in action!! In 2013, Dhobi Ghat, got the well deserved, Guiness Book of World Records entry under “most people hand-washing clothes at a single location.”

We ended our incredible day, at The Nariman House, designated as a Beit Chabad, to eat dinner and tour the emotional and heartfelt museum dedicated to the people who were murdered in Mumabi’s 2008 terrorist attack. The Chabad House was ran by Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg, who were two, of the many innocent people brutally murdered in the awful terrorist attacked that shook Mumbai.
Luckily, less than three years later, Chabad brought in amazing leaders, Rabbi Israel and Chaya Kafkasky to spread Jewish light.
On our final day, of our India vacation, we decided to simply relax. There’s nowhere better to do that, than the Taj Palace hotel. Starting the day with morning yoga and mediation, swimming in their stunning pool and catching some rays before heading home to snowy New York.

I cannot thank our tour guides, Ralphy and Yael Jihard for making our stay in India so comfortable. They were such a pleasure to work with. Ralphy has a driver waiting for us at every stop, guides wherever we went, all with a smile.
We also want to thank Chabad of New Delhi, which went to to briefly for lunch the first day, that carried us through and most definitely Rabbi Israel and Chaya Kafkawsky, that after, spending 3 days together, we consider dear friends.

As you can see from reading, we highly recommend coming to visit  India! Is India dirty and smelly?!?Oh yes!! 100%! But, it is definitely one of the most colorful, fun and beautiful places we’ve ever seen.

Namaste!

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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2022, 10:10:00 PM »

Private Pool in our room at the Lohdi in Dehli

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Pink City at night

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Elephant ride by day

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Excellent TR, the photos are great!

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« Reply #8 on: November 09, 2022, 12:35:35 PM »
Did you guys consider Kashmir?