A place where weather or climatic condition does not influence the thriving tourists in stopping their visit to India’s most beautiful destination known for the intricate carvings of the white-marbled grandeur, Taj Mahal or the captivating architectural archetype of the Mughals, Jama Masjid or the Mughal Emperor, Akbar’s holistic capital also known as the deserted city, Fatehpur Sikri. Agra houses these charismatic heritage sites whose significance is well-known to people of all ages and has further impacted in shaping India’s history right from the classic Mahabharata to the influential Mughal dynasty. Agra has indeed undergone several transitions in its name as well from Agrevana during the Lodi dynasty to Akbarabad during the Mughal reign and finally as Agra during the supremacy of the Marathas.
Though the transitions were not idle, the culture of the city was also not still with different religions flourishing. So, do you not want to visit this mesmerizing land to experience the hidden joy in sight-seeing the rich architectures that are all the traces of the ancient era? Here are some of the top places to visit in Agra that will leave you fascinated:
The first thing that comes to every traveler’s mind is to visit this marvel creation of Shah Jahan’s, one of the Seven Wonders of the World; Taj Mahal is also known as an epitome of love that was built for his wife Mumtaz whose body is enshrined in the tomb here. Situated near the banks of river Yamuna, Taj Mahal is marvelously constructed with gemstones by over 22k artisans with verses of Quran imprinted on its walls truly reflecting the Persian and Mughal Architecture. The interior of the Mahal goes hand in hand with the exterior which is impressively decorated with semi-precious stones. Bounded by well-trimmed bushes and water showers, a visit to this place is indeed romantic.
From Delhi: 238kms
Of the so many places to visit in Agra, Fatehpur Sikri is one of the ancient places that take us back to Akbar’s reign who declared this city as the capital of the Mughal Empire. Being the capital, the city had undergone constructions of gardens, mosques, utility structures and roads.
Yet another wonder of Shah Jahan who constructed this monument on the sloping ground for the royal members of the court. It is also referred to as Pearl Mosque because of its bright and shining feature when sun’s radiations fall onto it.
So, what is it that’s going on in your mind? It’s time that you immediately visit TicketGoose website for making an online booking to visit this place rather than scrolling down the images coz the firm has released an Alluring April offer where you get to save Rs. 250 (Rs. 200 in your wallet and Rs.50 instant discount while booking) on your bookings that is valid till end of April 2017 . It’s your kiddo’s vacation time and they would be pressurizing you for a getaway. Thus, think less and let your fingers work more in booking tickets online.