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India first timer. Do I have time for Nepal as well?

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Spending about 2 wks in India during late Nov/early Dec. I'm thinking about adding in Nepal for a few days and heading to the Kathmandu valley but not sure if it will just be way too rushed. I like a good paced trip and often prefer trips at that move from place to place every few days. Here's what I'm thinking so far but would love any recommendations.

Day 1- Delhi
Day 2-3 Jaipur
Day 4-5 Jodhpur
Day 6-7 Agra
Day 8-9 Varanasi
Day 10-13 Nepal
Day 14-15 Delhi

I realize this is going to involve some night trains as well as a few 5 hr train rides. We'd like to add in the Kathmandu Valley as we love having a change of pace on our trips. That said, is the trip still too rushed? What would you recommend cutting or adding?

For background, my bf and I are a couple in our early 30s. We're not looking for any desert camel treks as we did this in Morocco a few years back and while we loved it, once was enough. Love just walking through historic areas, markets, and finding great food.

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