Here is the Top 4 amazing places to visit Agra:
People from all around the globe might not have known about Agra, yet everybody realizes the excellent ivory white-marble tomb, the Taj Mahal, as the symbol of adoration. This marvel of the world is the ideal case of the unpredictability and brightness of Persian and Mughal design. It was developed by Emperor Shah Jahan, in memory of his darling spouse, Mumtaz Mahal. Today, the Taj Mahal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it keeps on holding the equivalent otherworldly intrigue, drawing in around 8,000,000 visitors every year. The Survey of the Taj Mahal is for the most part from dawn to nightfall, aside from Fridays. Late evening survey of the Taj Mahal is just permitted on five evenings of the month: the evening of the full moon and two days prior and then afterward.
As you enter and begin to cross a great many patios, you understand that Agra has one of the best Mughal strongholds in India. This red sandstone and marble engineering radiate force and pomposity. Agra’s post was essentially started by Emperor Akber in 1565 as a military structure and was later changed into a royal residence by his grandson Emperor Shah Jahan. Probably the most notable structures in Mughal history are as yet a piece of this stronghold, for example, Shish Mahal (Mirror Palace), Diwan-e-aam (Hall of the general crowd), and Diwan-e-Khas haas (Hall of private crowds). The Amar Singh door, which was initially worked to mistake aggressors for its dogleg configuration, is currently the sole purpose of passage to the fortification.
Built simply inverse the Taj Mahal, Mehtab bagh is a scorch bagh (four nursery) complex that is viewed as a definitive survey purpose of the grand marble sepulcher. The nursery is open from dawn to nightfall and is viewed as a picture taker's safe house since it is the point from where you can take some novel photos of the Taj with a dazzling setting.
Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah
This tomb is the first to be worked in white marble rather than red sandstone, which authoritatively denoted the end of red sandstone from Mughal design. Imadtimad-ud-Daula is some of the time alluded to as the "child Taj" or a draft of the Taj Mahal, as it has been developed with the equivalent expand carvings and pietra dura (cut-out stonework) decorate procedures.
The tomb is encompassed by excellent nurseries that make it the ideal site to unwind and encounter the magnificence of an old time that was wealthy in workmanship, culture, and history.