Travel through Rajasthan as you visit the best of Northern India by land and train, including Agra, Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur.

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 The ethereal Taj Mahal  Mehrangarh Fort, overlooking the blue city of Jodhphur  Interior view of the Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhphur  Fresco in Jodhpur  The City Palace overlooking Lake Pichola, Udaipur  Courtyard of the City Palace, Udaipur  Architectural details, City Palace courtyard, Udaipur  The elusive Bengal tiger, Ranthambore National Park  Amber Palace, perched on the hill in Jaipur  Detail of architecture at Jaipur's Amber Palace  Amber Fort courtyard, Jaipur  The courtyard of the City Palace Museum in Jaipur  The newly restored Palace of the Winds in Jaipur  Ancient observatory in Jaipur  Detail of the Khajuraho Temple, a World Heritage site  The ghats along the Ganges River, Varanasi  Statue of Buddha at Sarnath, one of Buddhism's four holiest sites  The legendary Taj Mahal in Agra  Red Fort, Agra  Architectural detail from the Red Fort, Agra  White Throated Kingfisher, Keoladeo Ghana National Park  Egret, Keoladeo Ghana National Park

Journey Through India's Rajasthan

Featuring the Palace on Wheels Train

13 days from $10,950

Travel through Rajasthan as you visit the best of Northern India by land and train, including Agra, Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur.

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

All my Smithsonian Journeys have been excellent, but Northern India's Royal Rajasthan belongs in a class by itself: a challenging, endlessly fascinating trip that visits ancient histories and cultures.

- John T.

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Feb 10 - 22, 2018 Departure
Rita Sodha

Rita Sodha

Rita Sodha is a lecturer in the Department of Art History at the University of Baroda’s Faculty of Fine Arts. With a Ph.D. in art history, Rita is an expert on Indian painting and has published several articles on contemporary art in India. With a degree in painting, Rita has conducted workshops on the technique of enameling, tie and dye, patchwork, and quilting, and she designs soft furnishings for customized interiors. She also studied the sitar at the University of Baroda’s Faculty of Performing Arts. Rita looks forward to sharing her love of Indian art, music, history, and culture with Smithsonian travelers.