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When it comes to arranging grand occasions, formal gatherings, conferences and meetings, we at “TIME” are at your service.

To help you with your work, we can arrange for state-of-the-art business centers, fully-equipped conference facilities and lavish banqueting areas. We can also provide you with ideal communication facilities, broadband wireless internet connectivity, travel assistance etc.

Due to our successful operations of various conferences, we enjoy very special rates with hotels all over India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

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In Delhi’s 3000 years of existence, seven cities stood where the present capital of India stands. Here you’ll encounter a fascinating blend of the ancient and the contemporary – where government buildings, medieval palaces and bazaars exist besides a modern metropolis. Red Fort , Humayun tomb, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, India Gate are some of the best examples.

There are very few cities in the world that can match the history and heritage of Agra – the city of Taj Mahal, situated on the west bank of river Yamuna. Travel to the great historical city of Agra and understand why Taj Mahal is considered as the “Love of a Man Epitomized in Stone”, Taj Mahal (1631-1653 , is a poem in white marble, built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

Jaipur was built in the 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II. It is a planned city built with ancient Hindu rules as the colonial capital of a richly colorful state. Jaipur, the vibrant capital of Rajasthan, is popularly known as the “Pink city”. It sits on a dry lakebed in a somewhat arid landscape, surrounded by Forts and crenellated walls. Vegetable laden camel carts thread their way through streets jam packed with cars, rickshaws, bicycles and pedestrians frantically dodging the crazy traffic. Jaipur city  is also known for its tourist attractions like Hawa-Mahal , Amer Fort 


Jodhpur is a sprawling city, with a blend of the modern and the traditional – from Palaces to ethnic handicrafts. It is built on the foot of the hills amidst the Thar Desert. The region is known as Marwar or Maroodesh.“ The Land of the sand”. The foundation of the city was laid in 1459 A.D. by Rao Jodha, the chief of a clan of Rajputs known as the Rathors. The city is protected by the fortified high wall which is nearly 10 km in length and has eight gates facing different directions. 

Udaipur is also known as the “City of Palaces”, a “fairyland” and a “Vision in Dream”. It is surrounded by hills and mountains and its beautiful Palaces are mirrored in the calm blue water of Lake Pichola. Udaipur, as the capital of Mewat, was created by Maharana Udai singh in 1568. The lakeside city was built on a small wooded plain encircled by mountains, which was in direct contrast to the masculinity of Chittorh, and Kumbhalgarh
. The houses and temples of the old city stretch out around the lake.


Chennai or Madras, “the Gateway to South India”, presents a kaleidoscope of moods. Founded in 1631, chennai is not ancient. Today, Chennai is the fourth largest city in India. Marina Beach is the second longest in the world, is always full of people. The Kapaleshwar Temple, built in 1566 by the Vijaynagar rulers, is the grandest temple in Chennai. The Parthasarthy Temple, originally built in eight century by Pallavs, is dedicated to Vishnu and is the oldest in chennai.

World’s seventh fastest-growing city, with avenues lined with Gulmohar, Jacaranda and Laburnum, Bangalore is India’s greatest scientific and technological center. The newly built granite Vidhan Sabha is Bangalore’s most spectacular building. Among the other attractions is the Royal Bangalore Palace built by the Maharaja of Mysore in 1887, also known as a copy of Windsor Castle in Great Britain and Tipu sultan’s Palace, built mostly of wood in 1791.

Until 1956, Cochin was a princely state run by Maharajas. Cochin has one of the finest natural harbours in the world. The picturesque
Chinese fishing nets are permanent eye-catchers. Fort Cochin has a pace of its own. Stroll along its streets to savour the old colonial bungalows or visit St. Francis’ Church built in 1503. The Jewish Synagogue at Mattanchery, built in 1568, is sure a delight. An art gallery and Centre for Visual Arts are also good places of visit.

On the backwaters you can also enjoy an overnight stay in houseboat. Luxurious houseboats are simple country crafts, to guide you gently into the heart of our land. Cruise our reservoirs of peace, read the poetry of the breeze, and refresh your soul. View life, it never had so many vibrant hues.


No other place in India excites the sun-and-sand-seeking holidaymakers more than Goa. The Portuguese occupied Goa was absorbed into the Indian Union in 1961. Goa’s biggest draw are its churches and beaches. The largest church in Asia, the Cathedral of St. Catherine da se
is the finest expression in India of baroque architecture. Other churches to see are the Church of St. Cajelan, Viceroy’s Arch and the Church of Santa Monica. Despite the prominence churches occupy in Goa’s landscape, a number of noteworthy temples cannot be ignored. Goa’s main attraction is undoubtedly its 130-kilometre coastline and a variety of splendid beaches. To the North, are Arambol, Vagator and Anjuna beaches. South of the Zuari River, beaches stretch from Bogmalo to Palolem.


Recorded history of Nepal begins with the Lichhavis who came to power in 400 A.D. With them the nation began to prosper in art, culture, painting, architecture, and sculptures. The Mallas who succeeded them gave a new turn to this prosperity by transforming the small kingdoms of Kathmandu , Patan , and Bhaktapur
into “open air museum of Art and Architecture”.

Centuries later the Democratic Revolution of 1951 A.D. marked a new era in Nepal’s history. Nepal has been admired and praised by various renowned travel authors in recognition of its cultural richness viz. Living cultural Museum, Shangri-La, roof of the world, Birth place of the Apostle of Peace, country of Living Goddesses, city of Golden Pagodas & Parasols, Himalayan ethnic groups & seventy-five spoken languages, Birth place of Sita, Abode of Shiva, Land of Mysticism & Exoticism, Land of non-stop festivals etc. are explicit and self explanatory. They tell the world about its incomparable & prosperous cultural heritage.


Maharaja Welcome

Your arrival at the Palace-hotel is like a historical event full of pomp and grandeur. You are announced to the strains of the ‘shehnai’ , Camels and

Sand Dune Experience

History whispers in Jodhpur’s forts , havelis and temples. But there are stories lurking in the stretches of the Thar Desert

  Moghul Theme

Slip back into the grandeur and glitter of the Mughal era, and into the role of an emperor, where ‘Chobedars’ (gatekeepers)

Goan Carnival Theme

Mardi Gras, Sea and Sunshine. Get into the swing of things with dancers in frills, feathers and exotic masks

Samode Durbar Evening

You are taken in camel cart procession accompanied by local band and ‘mashals’ (lighted torches) to the Palace

  Kerala Theme Evening

Discover century-old traditions. Discover why they call it “God’s own country”. 

Colors of India

Traverse the corners of this colourful sub-continent in one splendid unforgettable evening.



India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Therefore our traditions are deep rooted and age old and ‘Marriage’ is one such custom, which is celebrated with all rituals and traditions. 

We at TIME help you realize the dream of traditional marriage by arranging one for you with all its pomp and show. With our expertise you can relive those precious moments, so come and experience now.

The most recommended places for arranging marriages are Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur.




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