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sunrise at agra fort

Sunrise at Agra Fort. Why sunrise ? Why not noon, sunset, twilight… Simple. Because at sunrise, when the warm golden light dapples over the 500 year old walled Mughal palatial city and its deserted sprawling expanses, something close to magic happens. 702 more words

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Love @ Agra Fort

Musamman Burj. This octagonal tower in Agra fort was where Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughul Emperor of India who built Taj Mahal, one of world’s finest architectural masterpiece, was imprisoned by his own son. 25 more words


World heritage sites in India

These are some of the great places  of historical and natural wonders, for which people fly across countries to have a glance. We are the lucky ones to have those in our own country. 357 more words


Agra, India

People say the trains are crowded, you don’t know where to get on and it’s a painful experience. But as we boarded our train in sleeper class from… 1,345 more words


Royal fortitude: Three of India’s must-see forts

Tour the World’s host Adam Ford debates the semantics of the word fort in India and visits three of the country’s most stunning royal fortresses – the Red Fort, the Agra Fort and the Amber Fort… 682 more words

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Agra Fort - Mughal Architecture at its Best

After visiting the Jama masjid we decided to go for a visit to the Agra Fort. This fort is also commonly called as Lal- Quila and is a symbol of strength and power of the Mughal dynasty. 328 more words


The Grandeur of Agra Fort

Agra rose to prominence during the Mughal reign and has been a major historical and heritage centre of India since then. Sultan Sikandar Lodi found the city in 1504 and in 1526, it was captured by Babur – the first Mughal emperor. 481 more words

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