Moon Taj Mahal, Delhi & Jaipur
By Margot Bigg
First Edition, November 2012
Price: $14.99 USD
Price: $9.99 USD
With its shimmering white marble domes and perfect symmetry, the Taj Mahal is among the most stunning marvels on the planet. A stroll through its lush grounds transports you back to a time when bejeweled royalty feasted on rich delicacies and terraced fountains flowed with rose water.
Expert traveler Margot Bigg tells you everything you need to know to make this trip possible in Moon Taj Mahal, Delhi & Jaipur:
- How to get there, how long it will take, and where to stop along the way—including information on excursions into Rajasthan, the Himalayas, and nearby wildlife preserves
- How to choose the best guide and means of transportation, whether it’s train, car, or bus
- Where to find authentic cultural experiences, from elephant processions to spiritual retreats
What’s inside Moon Taj Mahal, Delhi & Jaipur
Enjoy the very best of Taj Mahal, Delhi & Jaipur with these itineraries:
- The Best of India’s Golden Triangle
- Delhi Chic
- Architectural Marvels
- Focus on Wellness
- Family Adventures
- Spiritual Sojourn
Explore what Taj Mahal, Delhi & Jaipur has to offer.
Recommendations for the top sights, recreation, entertainment, hotels, and food in:
- Argra and the Taj Mahal
- Excursions Around the Taj Mahal, Delhi & Jaipur including The Himalayan Foothills, Rural Rajasthan, and National Parks
Resources include a Hindi Phrasebook
During a three-month trip across India in 2005, Margot Bigg became mesmerized by the sheer diversity of the world’s largest democracy, and decided to make it her home. A year later, she was living in Gurgaon, near Delhi, where she worked for a consultancy before joining the staff of Time Out Delhi and turning to journalism full time. She has since written for publications in India and abroad, including Rolling Stone, Outlook Traveller, The Caravan, Courrier International, and The Oregonian.
Margot’s interest in other cultures started from an early age: Her best friends as a toddler were from Japan, Iran, and Jordan, and her baby talk was mixed with Japanese, Farsi, and Arabic (all of which she has since forgotten). She’s a dual national of the US and the UK, and spent her formative years living in Portland, Oregon, and Farnham, Surrey, in England. She also lived in Paris for three years before moving to India. Margot holds a master’s degree in contemporary European studies from the University of Bath and Sciences Po Paris.
When not busy writing, Margot spends her time traveling, practicing yoga, exploring new music, and trying to improve her Hindi language skills.