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index / India's golden triangle Delhi- Agra-Jaipur
Delhi is capital of one of the world’s oldest and most fascinating civilisations, where religious worship, ceremonies, social life, dress and many other aspects of daily life have in many ways remained unchanged over the centuries.

India is the cradle of a civilisation suffused with the influences of the Hindu religion. A mosaic of peoples, languages, religions and cultures, this is a country unlike any other in the world.

One of the regions of India which attracts the most visitors is the so-called Golden Triangle encompassing the capital Delhi, Agra, home of the Taj Mahal, and Jaipur, the Pink City. The region was ruled by the Moguls from the 16th until the commencement of British rule in the 1760s, and the most important historical and cultural sights of the region date from that period.

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