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Agra - The Taj Mahal and Agra Fort

 On this visit to Agra, we were actually able to enjoy it. We took the early train from Delhi, which we had no problem purchasing tickets for a couple days before thanks to Showkets help. 324 more words

The Red Fort of Agra - Uttar Pradesh, India

The Red Fort of Agra is known by many names, the Red Fort, Agra Fort, Lal Qila, Fort Rouge and Red Fort of Agra.  It’s only a short distance from the Taj Mahal so you can easily see both in the same day – its only about 3 kms away and on a clear day you can see the Taj Mahal in the distance from the upper parts. 138 more words



He is called by many titles, but one sticks out in my mind. The “King of Marvels”. Rightfully so. It would have been enough to say he founded Taj Mahal, to honor his beloved Mumtaz Mahal, his favorite wife. 406 more words


Famous Places of Agra (india) - Taj Mahal

India has a diversified culture with arts, music, heritage sites, customs, food, habits, etc. There are many things to do in India. Their cultural heritage & natural beauty attract all travelers to come again. 266 more words

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Agra - In Summary

- Written by Logan Anderson

If you think you’re ready for Agra, you’re probably not ready for Agra.

From the moment our bus crossed the Agra city limits, we knew we were in for a much different experience than what met us in Delhi. 696 more words

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Agra and the Taj Mahal

We arrived at Agra from Ranthanbhore via train, the journey was let us say far from perfect. On arrival at Agra Fort station, and not in a very desirable part of town, our taxi was not there to meet us, unfortunately due to a wayward email, so we were at the mercy of all the taxi touts and Tuk Tuk drivers trying to get us to take up there services, it was a nightmare. 287 more words


Taj Mahal trip...

It’s Monday morning at 6am here – 6:30pm on Sunday for all you Iowa folks. Now that daylight savings time has hit in the U.S., we are 11.5 hours ahead of you. 2,770 more words