Agra

The City famous for UNESCO world heritage site "TaJ Mahal".

Agra located at distance of 200 Km from Delhi and 250 from Rajasthan State capital "Jaipur". Key destination of world famous Golden Triangle Circuit of North India. Agra famous for UNESCO world heritage site "Taj Mahal". An exceptional 16th century white marble tomb was built by Mughal King Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Many heritage sites, hotel and souvenir shops draw lots of domestic and International tourist every year in Agra.

Visitor Magnetism

Taj Mahal

Recognized as a "jewel of Muslim art in India" and one of the excellent masterpiece of world heritage. Taj Mahal is a fine example of Persian, Turkish and Indian architectural style.

The beautiful garden and fountain have made it a heaven on earth. Taj Mahal is piece of art and splendor of the Mughal interval. By sunrise shining pink Taj Mahal and moon light affects it granite similar to silver. This amazing Sunrise and sunset effect gives a mysterious and spiritual feeling. Taj Mahal is identical with India and definitely the essence of India tourism, highlight you don't want to miss on your trip through India!

Agra Fort

Beside Taj Mahal, Agra famous for Agra Fort (also known as Red Fort). Red Fort is a military construction build in 1565 by Mogul King Akbar. The sad story was that Shah Jahan was prisoner in the Red Fort and from fort's window he used to look daily Taj Mahal to remember his wife.

Sikandra Tomb

The tomb of Akbar is significant Mughal architectural masterwork, built in 1605-1613, set in 119 acres in Sikandra, neighborhood of Agra, India. The south gate is the largest gate with four white marble chhatri-topped minarets which are similar of the Taj Mahal gates and is also entrance to the tomb.

Fatehpur Sikri

The grand complex was vacant in 1585, shortly after its conclusion, due to lack of water and proximity with Rajputana areas in North-West. Today much of the imperial complex which spread over nearly two mile long and one mile wide is largely intact and look like a ghost town. Fatehpur Sikri still surrounded by a five mile long wall built during its original construction, on three sides. However apart from the imperial building complex few other buildings stand in the area, which is mostly barren, except of ruins of the bazaars of the old city.