Delhi -> Agra -> Jaipur -> Delhi
Starting at Delhi go around the monuments and temples of different faith, begin with the Qutub Minar complex, and them to Jama Masjid the biggest Mosque in India. And then to the Gurudwara Bangla Saheb and it's community service free kitchen. Walk around the Connaught Place and other bustling markets of Delhi. An evening visit to the Secretariat and the parliament drive with a visit to India Gate the war memorial.
Optional a day extra to explore the Red Fort, Garden of Five Senses, Hauz Khas, Humanyu's Tomb, Birla Temple and many more places as the capital is growing at a good pace.
Day - 2
Early morning leave for Agra via the Akshardham Temple an amazing, vast and newly build Temple in Noida, Check in Hotel at Agra and relax for the evening to visit the Red Fort Agra
and the Mehtab Bagh to take a glimpse of Taj Mahal from across the River in the Royal Garden Mehtab Bagh.
Visit the Taj Mahal and indulge in its beauty and romance. Go around and shop in Agra before leaving for Jaipur, On the way visit to Fatehpur Sikri the golden period home of the Mughals, which was not lived for long due to scarcity of water. Continuing to Jaipur. Rest
Optional visit to the monkey temple. The Amber Fort was built by great rulers of Jaipur who were the General to Mughal's and gathered immense wealth from their wars. Then to the Jaigarh Fort which showcases one of the largest cannon and a Royal arch. Not to miss the photoshoot's at Jal Mahal and Hawa Mahal the place of water and wind respectively. Visit the City Palace museum showcasing the history of the Jaipur Rulers and the Jantar Mantar Observatory. Shop around the Jeweller's market or the cloth market in the walled region. Optional Dinner at the organizer's home along with a cooking lesson for the dinner.
Day - 5
See the Statue Circle and the Albert Hall museum made by British architecture and an optional visit to a zoo. An early morning visit to some luxury shops before you leave the city. Taste the Jaipur Food before you leave for Delhi, for the further journey.