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Highest Gateway In World

Buland Darwaza , or the “Gate of Magnificence”, was built in 1576 A.D. by Akbar to commemorate his victory over Gujarat. It is the main entrance to the palace at Fatehpur Sikri, a town which is 43 km from Agra, India. 23 more words


A scene from India

As we traveled through the bustling streets of Agra our horse and driver seemed indifferent to all of the activity and the strange smells created by a mixture the rubbish that was often well trampled into the dirt streets, the open sewers or the fact that some people just squatted down to do their business wherever they pleased and the multitude street vendors offering curries , roti breads and a host of other Indian cooking. 261 more words



“Considered one of the world’s most iconic landmarks and elected as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal is #3 on the Travelers’ Choice list of top landmarks for 2015. 39 more words

Lonely Planet

Even at 5.30 am, Delhi’s Nizamudin Station is a kaleidoscope of colour. A maddening cacophony of sounds seething with waves of human movement on an extraordinary scale. 660 more words

2015 Touring

Glamazona Travels- Agra, India

Rrrrraaaahhh! My name is Glamazona. I was drawn in the Libyan Amazons from a tribe of chameleon warriors. We used ancient techniques of body stamping, tinted coverings and mud clay prosthetics to camouflage with nature before attack. 2,168 more words


Golden Triangle- memories from the past

It was July 2014, me and my mom decided we needed some fresh air along with some quality mother-daughter time before I headed to Bangalore to resume work, so we picked the Golden Triangle to get a flavor of North India. 1,902 more words