The history of blue pottery is as old as time and the technique of using blue glaze on pottery was first developed by the Mongol artisans. They combined Chinese glazing technology with Persian decorative motifs and the art came into India in the 14th century. Until its arrival in India, the blue pottery was used only for decorating palaces, mosques, and tombs in Central Asia. In India, their role changed from being architectural accessories to beautiful pottery items molded on a potter’s wheel and the Mughals are believed to have made them very popular. The trend of the blue pottery reached Jaipur in the 17th century and there is an interesting legend connected with the trail.


  • Esteem and Self Expression
  • Problem Solving and Spatial Awareness
  • Discipline and Following Guidelines
  • Pride and Self Worth


MIDDLE SCHOOL:  What advantages and disadvantages will arise if Blue Pottery is produced by modern machines?

HIGH SCHOOL: What is culture appropriation and how can we protect our craftsmen? 


AGRA FORT: The beautiful structure is another master piece of the Moghul period. It was built by Akbar with red sandstone Later many splendid palaces and other additions were done by Shah Jahan and his successors. The finger print of Shah Jahan can be seen in the use of white marble in the construction of the palaces.

TAJ MAHAL: It is regarded as the best example of Mughal architecture and a symbol of India`s rich history. The perfection of proportions and grandeur of Geometrical patterns of well-appointed gardens and fountains can be seen here, making it architectural wonder of the world. Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built this beautiful structure to house the tomb of his wife, later he was also buried beside her.

AMBER FORT: Amber Fort is the best tourist attraction of Jaipur and the sprawling complex combines both immense fortifications with unexpected beauty and charm. Amer Fort is known for its artistic Hindu style elements. With its large ramparts and series of gates and cobbled paths, the fort overlooks Maota Lake. We can study about the architecture and the history of the fort.

HAWA MAHAL: Understand Rajput style of architecture, the use of Jharokhas is a unique feature in this construction, which provides with much air and light inside the building. Study about the history of KingSawaiPratap Singh. The five-storied structure is made of pink sandstone and has 953 intricately carved jharokhas (windows). It was designed for the women of the royal family to sit in privacy while observing life on the street

JANTAR MANTAR: The JantarMantar in Jaipur is considered to be the largest of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II and study about the history of jantarmantar. We can see fourteen geometric devices, designed to measure time, track celestial bodies and observe the orbits of the planets around the sun.

CENTRAL MUSEUM: We can know about the Indo-Sarcenic architecture. The museum has a rich collection of artifacts including paintings, carpets, ivory; stone, metal sculptures, and works in crystal.

INDIA GATE: Understanding about Nationalist Movement, Architecture. In the center of New Delhi stands the 42 m high India Gate, an "Arc-de-Triomphe" like archway in the middle of a crossroad. It is a war memorial Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.

RASHTRAPATI BHAVAN: It is the largest residence of the head of a state (country) in the world. It is built in a combination of European and Indo-Sarcenic architecture.  Rashtrapati Bhavan, is the home to the President of the world’s largest democracy, epitomizes India’s strength, its democratic traditions and secular character.

LOTUS TEMPLE: There are many important facts that make the temple Unique. It is a Bahai place of worship which proclaims Unity of God, Unity of Religion and Unity of Humans. It is built of imported white marble and is in the shape of a Lotus flower with 27 petals. The ponds and the lush green garden altogether add to for a very pleasant ambiance and attract a lot of visitors around the world.

QUTAB-MINAR: Study the Indo-Islamic architecture. This amazing brick minaret is one of the best examples of the Indo-Islamic architecture. It is a tower of five storeys, and has a spiral staircase. Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque, Iron pillar are the other historically important monuments of the complex.




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* A dedicated manager from our office for every tour will be coordinating with the teacher.


  • Transportation by private Coach
  • Veg Breakfast, Lunch
  • (veg/nonveg) and Dinner (veg/nonveg), Morning and Evening light snacks
  • Guide Charges
  • State Taxes
  • Sightseeing
  • General Entrance Fees as per the Program
  • Stay at hotels on four sharing bases (1 king size bed with 1 extra mattress)
  • Experienced tour manager from Crazy Holidays throughout the trip.



  • Flight Fare
  • Transfer from school to airport and transfer back from the airport to the school


  • Any Expenses of Personal Nature (like still camera or video camera, porter charges, Laundry expenses, phone calls, food/beverages not included in the package, usages of mini bar in the hotel)


  • Sightseeing or Activities which are not mentioned in the package







  • 2- star category Hotel
  • Quad Sharing (1 king size bed with 1 extra mattress)
  • Breakfast – Veg
  • Lunch – Veg
  • Dinner – Veg & 1 Non - Veg

49 seater Non AC Coach



  • 3 -star category Hotel
  • Quad Sharing (1 king size bed with 1 extra mattress)
  • Breakfast – Veg
  • Lunch – Veg & 1 Non - Veg
  • Dinner – Veg & 1 Non - Veg

49 seater AC Coach


  • 3 star and above category Hotel
  • Quad/Triple Sharing (1 king size bed with 1 extra mattress)
  • Breakfast – Veg
  • Lunch – Veg & 2 Non - Veg
  • Dinner – Veg & 2 Non - Veg

35 seater AC Coach


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2) 20 days to 24 days prior to departure date: 40% of the tour cost will be non-refundable

3) 15 days to 19 days prior to departure date: 50% of the tour cost will be non-refundable

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5) 9 days or lesser prior to departure date: 100% of tour cost will be non-refundable

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