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Plan for a holiday, not just to take a break from the rush of life, but to enjoy the ravishing beauty of the specific location. A holiday boosts the energy and make sure that people return back with a pleasant mood. Taking a proper break and exploring the grace of mind-blowing destinations helps travelers to regain a lot of energy. The country India is the home of several awesome holiday destinations that are known for historical significance and a warm heritage.
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Visit one such destination Agra, which welcomes travelers to spend a memorable holiday with the help of a dedicated tour operator who offer amazing Agra tour packages that cover all the amazing spots of the region. The Mughal City reveals the taste of the Mughal rulers and this region elevates the elegance of the historic constructions.
When people plan an Agra Tour, the first thing they ought to know about the city is that it’s filled with a lot of fascinating places to visit, amazing food to fill them up with and tourists from all around the world. So a mixture of cultures, ideas and spices is most definitely something to look forward to. Being a sheltering fort for Sultans and also a capital during Mughal times, Agra sure has a lot of stores to tell. Stories about conquest, love and pride, this city sure has seen them all.
Holiday in Agra or ‘The City of Taj’, is the one thing nobody would want to miss and to ensure that one enjoys each moment to its last, we provide detailed itineraries, a well-informed tour guide and customizable Tour packages that not only is worth every last penny but also provides an experience to last a lifetime fulfilling not only the budget demands but other such criteria that one needs to look after while travelling either alone, with a partner or their family
What to See in Agra
Coming under the category of Seven Wonders of the Modern World, the Taj Mahal needs no introduction. A fairy tale monument constructed along the Yamuna River is a primary pick among tourists who come to India. Dating back to 1630, the Taj Mahal was built by Shahjahan as an ode to his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal.
It is also known as Agra Fort and was commissioned by the great Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1565. The fort consists of many notable structures like the Moti Masjid, Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khas, Jahangir’s Palace, Khas Mhal, Shish Mahal and Musamman Burj.
This is another addition to the gigantic monuments in Agra built by Emperor Akhbar in the year 1569. The site displays a number of structures of historical significance. The Buland Darwaza is the highlighted feature of this place that was built to commemorate Akhbar’s victory over Gujarat. It is nearly 54 m high and 35 m wide.
Popular for being home to the tomb of Emperor Akhbar, it is a vast, beautifully carved red-ochre sandstone tomb, set amidst a verdant patch. The place is a little fantasy land with deer, rabbits and langurs that can be spotted loitering around. The tomb has 99 names of Allah inscribed on it.
This picturesque mausoleum was built by the commands of Noor Jahan, wife of Jahangir, for her father Mirza Ghiyas Bagh, who was honoured with the title of Itmad-ud-Daulah which means ‘pillar of the state’. The falls are built in white marble and have semi precious stones embedded in them.
It is a large mosque attribute to Shah Jahan’s daughter, Princess Jahanara Begum. It was built in 1648 and is known for its unusual dome. The mosque’s interiors have inscriptions in praise of Shah Jahan and Jahanara. Made of red stone and marble, the Jama Masjid took 5000 workers and 6 years to complete.
Chini Ka Rauza
Chini ka Rauza is popular for its Persian style dome made of glazing blue tiles that were imported from China. The monument has significant artwork and colored embellishments on it. The tomb is dedicated to Allama Afzal Khan, who was the Prime Minister and poet of Shah Jahan.
Gurudwara Shri Guru Ka Taal Sahib
It is one of the most honoured places in the Sikh community. Guru ka Taal is well known for its magnificent style of architecture. It has been built over the place where Guru Tegh Bahadur laid down his arms to offer arrest to Aurangazeb. Guru ka Taal was originally a reservoir but now is a holy place since it has been visited by 4 of the 10 Sikh Gurus.
It is a wildlife sanctuary that sprawls across 15 acres of land. It was established in 1991. Local migratory birds and small animals wander around and are easy to spot. The place is a natural beauty that once upon a time inspired poet Soordas to compose the ‘Bhakti Kavya’, one of his finest pieces of poetry ever written.
It is one of the stunning places in Agra, definitely worth a visit. With amazing architectural beauty, Dayal Bagh is a blend of mosque, temple and gurudwara. Dating back to 1904, this marble structure is now a head quarter of the followers of Radha Swami Faith.