A day trip to Taj Mahal , Agra, Uttar Pradesh Lonely Planet Agra Photography Tour Including a Visit to Taj Mahal http://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/activities/sightseeing-tours/agra-photography-tour-including-visit-taj-mahal “Enjoy this day photography tour of Agra, which will let make the most of the best Agra has to offer, such as Taj Mahal, Red Fort and a few others. You will be accompanied by a local guide and a professional photographer, who will assist you in taking pictures and offer advice. Once you are picked up by your guide in the morning at your accommodation, you can get ready for a great photographic adventure. There is a possibility of a very early pick-up, to get sunrise views of Taj Mahal. You don’t need to be a good photographer yourself or have professional photographic equipment, as your guide will show you how to get the best out of any camera you might bring. You will be able to snap tourist hot-spots but also get a more unusual photographs. You will also get some professional ones, which you may receive at the end of the tour on a memory sick, CD or via email, later. You will stop for lunch (included) and be driven around in an AC vehicle. An average tour includes a visit to Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daulah tomb and 1-2 other places depending on your interest and its availability. Trip to Fatepur Sikri (not included) can be arranged on request.” #sightseeing #photography #agra #india


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Foreign tourists visiting India to explore food culture

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As per the discussion with Rajeev Goyal a Chef, Traveler and Co-Founder of India Food Tour , Food Tour in India by them is an attempt to promote Indian food and culture to tourists looking for a way to have the real India experience, as per him after traveling around the globe he discovered that people across the ocean really want to explore the food & culture of India, so he majority focus is to provide tourists with an affordable tour to explore the Delhi’s and India cuisine’s and culture in most authentic and safe way.
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Foreign tourists visiting India to explore food culture

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1153097

As per the discussion with Rajeev Goyal a Chef, Traveler and Co-Founder of India Food Tour , Food Tour in India by them is an attempt to promote Indian food and culture to tourists looking for a way to have the real India experience, as per him after traveling around the globe he discovered that people across the ocean really want to explore the food & culture of India, so he majority focus is to provide tourists with an affordable tour to explore the Delhi’s and India cuisine’s and culture in most authentic and safe way.

A walk through India’s culinary delights

http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi/a-walk-through-india-s-culinary-delights/story-uI85wKEk0GlWaeJOcDoiCP.html

Mike Sorsyth and his wife Rachel are learning the art of cooking ‘aloo jeera’ at the Dwarka house of Rajeev Goyal, their cooking instructor.

Goyal guides the couple as they struggle with the amount of turmeric to be used. The next lesson, due in half an hour, is in the preparation of bhindi (ladies’ finger).

The Sorsyths are part of a group of foreign tourists who are at Goyals’s house to learn traditional Indian cooking. “We have always considered India as a culinary heaven and relished Indian dishes. We wanted to learn how food is cooked at Indian homes,” said Mike. “Learning to cook traditional Indian dishes was an important part of our India trip. We are going back with lots of spices so that we try out Indian dishes back home,” said Rachel, his wife.
Hindustan Times
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http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi/a-walk-through-india-s-culinary-delights/story-uI85wKEk0GlWaeJOcDoiCP.html

Mike Sorsyth and his wife Rachel are learning the art of cooking ‘aloo jeera’ at the Dwarka house of Rajeev Goyal, their cooking instructor.

Goyal guides the couple as they struggle with the amount of turmeric to be used. The next lesson, due in half an hour, is in the preparation of bhindi (ladies’ finger).

The Sorsyths are part of a group of foreign tourists who are at Goyals’s house to learn traditional Indian cooking. “We have always considered India as a culinary heaven and relished Indian dishes. We wanted to learn how food is cooked at Indian homes,” said Mike. “Learning to cook traditional Indian dishes was an important part of our India trip. We are going back with lots of spices so that we try out Indian dishes back home,” said Rachel, his wife.
Hindustan Times

10 Reasons to Spend Two Weeks in India – Robert J. Richey

http://www.robertjrichey.com/2016/10/21/10-reasons-two-weeks-india/

India may be the most colorful country in the world. Textile shops, pedal-rickshaws, spice markets, flowers, lakes, and Tequila Sunrise mornings paint the backdrop for unmatched photographic diversity. India’s people are just as colorful as their home and normally accommodate the wannabe photojournalist with sometimes fun and often serious poses. Photo opportunities are everywhere in India; however, while in Delhi try Delhi Photo Tour, an excellent resource for a behind the scenes look at a city with no shortage of hidden gems
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http://www.robertjrichey.com/2016/10/21/10-reasons-two-weeks-india/

India may be the most colorful country in the world. Textile shops, pedal-rickshaws, spice markets, flowers, lakes, and Tequila Sunrise mornings paint the backdrop for unmatched photographic diversity. India’s people are just as colorful as their home and normally accommodate the wannabe photojournalist with sometimes fun and often serious poses. Photo opportunities are everywhere in India; however, while in Delhi try Delhi Photo Tour, an excellent resource for a behind the scenes look at a city with no shortage of hidden gems

An Evening with Indian Food Tours

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AN EVENING WITH INDIAN FOOD TOURS
Following a successful day of shopping we went on a food tour in the evening with Indian Food Tours in Delhi.

Our guide was Jaidev, a very knowledgable guy who knew so much about Delhi’s history and took us to food establishments we would have never otherwise found.

Exploring by foot and rickshaw we ventured into Old Delhi and ate so much – tasty samosas, spicy chicken skewers, lassi, sweet pastries and curries to name a few!
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http://travelsleeprepeat.me.uk/an-evening-with-indian-food-tours/

AN EVENING WITH INDIAN FOOD TOURS
Following a successful day of shopping we went on a food tour in the evening with Indian Food Tours in Delhi.

Our guide was Jaidev, a very knowledgable guy who knew so much about Delhi’s history and took us to food establishments we would have never otherwise found.

Exploring by foot and rickshaw we ventured into Old Delhi and ate so much – tasty samosas, spicy chicken skewers, lassi, sweet pastries and curries to name a few!

Outstanding Old Delhi Walking Food Tour! – Reviews, Photos – Indian Food Tours in Delhi – TripAdvisor

“Outstanding Old Delhi Walking Food Tour!”

https://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r444996513-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT

This was without a doubt one of the main and most enjoyable attractions during our entire visit throughout India!

Our host and guide Rajeev was superb and the food was outstanding!

This was a full 4 hour walking tour, making your way down the busy streets and alleyways of Historic Old Delhi. Many of the restaurants and vendors whose food we tasted have been around for 75 years or more. Without a proper guide, you would be hard pressed to find or attempt to eat at this outlets.

This business is very professional, insisting only at stopping at eateries that ensure proper food handling and preparation.

For those who love tasting local food and experiencing the local culture, then you simply must make time in your schedule and take one of their food tours.

For more information and photos, be sure to visit My Travel Blog!

Robert T
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“Outstanding Old Delhi Walking Food Tour!”

https://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r444996513-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT

This was without a doubt one of the main and most enjoyable attractions during our entire visit throughout India!

Our host and guide Rajeev was superb and the food was outstanding!

This was a full 4 hour walking tour, making your way down the busy streets and alleyways of Historic Old Delhi. Many of the restaurants and vendors whose food we tasted have been around for 75 years or more. Without a proper guide, you would be hard pressed to find or attempt to eat at this outlets.

This business is very professional, insisting only at stopping at eateries that ensure proper food handling and preparation.

For those who love tasting local food and experiencing the local culture, then you simply must make time in your schedule and take one of their food tours.

For more information and photos, be sure to visit My Travel Blog!

Robert T