Delhi - The narrow alleys of Old Delhi hold secrets of the Mughal rule and the wide avenues and imperial buildings of New Delhi are reminiscent of The British Raj. An ancient city which has risen from a combination of eight settlements and where every crumbling wall has a story to tell, Delhi has been considered forever the seat of power, from the past to the present. Delhi is the capital of the largest democracy of the world. City that is a blend of several historical eras. Delhi houses two World Heritage sites
Hyderabad - Situated on the banks of the Musi river, the 400 year old city of Hyderabad, referred to as "City of pearls" is now a burgeoning IT hub, was once governed by and home to the legendary Nizams of India. Steeped in its past of refined courtly life played out in elaborate palaces, it is a memorable city to visit. Explore the city’s streets, grand monuments and architecture, and uncover its fascinating history.
Kolkata – Calcutta flowered as the capital of British India during the nineteenth century, the heyday of the Raj. The streets of Kolkata still bear the Victorian imprint with its streets lined up with Victorian gothic buildings and churches. Dominated by the Victoria Memorial, the Writers' Building, St. John's Church, these structures of imperial India coexist with the structures where the soul of Calcutta lies, the Kalighat temple, Jorasanko-Rabindranath Tagore's house and Mother Teresa's homes for the destitute run by the missionaries of charity.
Glenburn -A heavenly little plantation retreat which lies on a hillock above the banks of River Rungeet, overlooking the mighty Kanchenjunga. The plantation was established in 1860 and remains today as a working tea estate.