Maharajas' Express Blog

Gwalior A Visual and Aesthetic Feast for the Tourists

“Gwalior is a celebrated city of true royals, situated in the state of Madhya Pradesh, which is world-renowned for its majestic fort. The city has been a chronicler of the rise and fall of many dynasties, from the Tomars in the 13th century to Mughals to Marathas and then finally it was under the Scindias. […]

Get Immersed in the Rhythmic Art of Kathak Dance at Lucknow with the Indian Panorama Journey of Maharajas Express

“Over the centuries, Lucknow, the capital of the state of Uttar Pradesh, has strongly influenced the art, culture, cuisines and aesthetics of northern India. Lucknows ascendancy during the Mughal era made it a cultural powerhouse and different forms of art including various dance styles were originated and reinvented during this period. Mughal influence is quite […]

Gulabo An Eminent Performer of Kalbelia Dance

“Gulabo popularly known as Gulabo Sapera is an eminent folk dancer of Rajasthan, who was born and brought up in a traditional family of nomadic tribe or snake charmers. Associated with Rajasthan traditional folk dance Kalbelia, she has become synonymous with this form of dance. In the span of her 30 years of career, she […]

A Look into the History and Antiquity of the Ancient City Varanasi

“Kasi or Varanasi is among the worlds oldest living cities, which is rightly termed as the religious capital of India. Situated between two small streams, Varuna and Asi that flow into the river Ganges, the city derived its name from these two streams only. The city can be best described in words of Mark Twain, […]

Maharajas Express- Fortified as the Worlds Leading Luxury Train Yet Again at the World Travel Awards

“On December 7, 2014, the grand final gala ceremony of the prestigious World Travel Awards was held in the exquisite Caribbean island of Anguilla. The Holy Grail of all luxury train awards, the World’s Leading Luxury Train award, was presented to Maharajas Express, which is a premium luxury train operating in the northern-western & central […]

Miniature Paintings Manifestation of a Creative Mind

“Miniature painting, a much-revealed art form of Persia, was introduced in India by the Mughals. Humayun, a Mughal ruler, brought artists who were specialized in miniature painting from Persia in the sixteenth century. Later on to promote this form of art, the succeeding Mughal emperor Akbar built an atelier for the artists of miniature painting. […]

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