Director's Message

A tough task assigned to me when I was requested to write Director's message. Fast Growing Company… Thousands of Happy Customers… Value for Money… Thanks to all supporters… etc… I think every genuine company bother about all above.

What I found uncommon that Monks & Monkeys Travels founded by a Doctor of Medicine, who became professional of the industry in a span of 15+ years of working. When analysing more, then I understand that not only this fact but other things like Name of the Company, Working Culture, Office Atmosphere, Relation to Colleagues, Co-partners and Satisfaction of our Tourists… so many things which are different in a better way. Further realizing that this difference is due to fact that I did not have any roots to travel industry… Neither by family, nor by study. And why so my approach is different. Honesty is the top most priority in Monks & Monkeys Travels.

Well, whatever it is, I assure you to deliver quality travel experience & life time memories.
Happy Travel to You.

Dr Sharad Kumar Jindal

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Darjeeling Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, surrounded by beautiful snow-covered peaks and hills covered with tea plantations, the mountain resort Darjeeling is considered the hallmark of West Bengal.


Gulbarga was the capital of Bakhmanids until 1424, when the court moved to Bidar. This city was chosen by the founder of the dynasty, Hasan Zafar-Khan, in 1347 adopted the name Muzaffar Ala-ud-din Bakhman Shah, claiming origin from the hero of the Persian epic Bachmann.

Old Delhi

The ruins of the other five ancient capitals of Delhi are the legacy of rulers who have long since sunk in summer. You will see the Minaret Qutb Minar, erected by Qutb ad-din Aibak, (12th century), and located in the territory of the first capital of Dhillika (Dhillika); walls and dilapidated columns of the city of Tughluqabad and the sixth capital of Purana Qila. Perhaps the most impressive example of Mughal architecture is the huge charbagh - Humayun's Tomb and the more famous Taj Mahal in Agra, as well as the most significant monument of the era of the great Mughals - Lal Qila - Red Fort "In Old Delhi. As befits the capital, Delhi, with its many museums, theaters, art galleries and exhibitions, is a kind of showcase of the diverse and rich heritage of the country.


Dimapur (eng. Dimapur, Hindi) - the largest city in the Indian state of Nagaland, the administrative center of the eponymous district. The date of the founding of the city is not clearly understood, however, the ruins of the XIV century remained in the city. Currently Dimapur - the most important economic center of the state, the city has many military facilities. Foreigners before visiting the city must receive a permit - an additional permit.


Indore (Marathi इंदूर, too. Indore from hindi इंदौर Indore (inf).) - the second largest city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Located in the natural region of Malva, in the west of the central part of the state, 190 km west of the city of Bhopal. The administrative center of the same district.


Chamba (Eng. Chamba , Hindi चंबा) is the administrative center of the district of the same name in the western part of Himachal Pradesh. The city of Chamba stands on a plateau on the right bank of the Ravi River in the valley between the mountain ranges of Dhauladhar and Zanskar.


Ranakpur is one of the most famous and largest of the Jain temple complexes of India, built of marble. Ranakpur is located in the homonymous town in the southern part of Rajasthan in western India, in the district of Sadri, about 100 km away, from Udaipur, the nearest major city. In total in Ranakpur 4 Jain temples - central and 3 opposite. The central temple of Ranakpur is very large, much more seen by me in Mount Abu and other places, and with complex architecture. The main temple of Ranakpur has a size of 60 by 62 meters and is considered the largest Jain temple in India.


Nalagarh is known for its abundant greenery, serenity and the amazing view of the Shivalik hills past the Sirsa river. If a relaxing break is what you seek, Nalagarh is the place to go The Mughals and the Britishers during their rule cherished the beauty of this place and regarded it as a princely state and till date the royal touch is still alive and unscathed.


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