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The uniqueness and importance of Agra are essentially the two factors that make this stunning city stand out, incomparable to the rest of the world. Agra is home to the famous Taj Mahal, one of the top tourist destinations and buildings in the entire world. Its immense amount of history doesn't stop there, though! Agra also contains two other UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. The grounds of the Taj Mahal and Agra in general are completely jaw dropping and awe-inspiring. There is nothing like this city in the rest of the world, and it has been known to change lives. The unique aspects are profound, such as the great stories behind the beautiful buildings existing today.

The history of the Taj Mahal is unlike any other landmark and therefore has attracted so much attention over the years. People visit for the story behind the building; the feel of great love and beauty that comes from the initial thought that was put into it. The Taj Mahal has made a name for India with its perspective that is valued so much – to not only travelers but also the people of India that hold it in such high regards. A large amount of the resident people had a helping hand in the project, which required a total of around twenty thousand workers, and taking a little over twenty years to complete.

The Taj Mahal represents immense beauty and is highly considered one of the most treasured wonders of the world. This grandeur building was created in memory of Queen Mumtaz Mahal, wife of Emporor Shah Jahan. After she passed away, he dedicated this huge project to her in hopes of keeping her memory alive. People have carried on his wishes, and the Taj Mahal and its significant story will continue to live on in Agra, India, for hundreds of thousands of years. Join the great movement of this historic town by visiting Agra today!


Agra Fort
The great Fort of Agra is an imperial, elegant and lavish palace, which is situated 3 kilometres from the Taj Mahal. The Agra Fort is shaped like an irregular triangle with its base on the Yamuna River and the two ...

Amar Singh Gate
The Amar Singh Gate lies between two octagonal towers and there is a drawbridge over the moat. ...

Chini-Ka-Rauza (China Tomb)
The Chini-Ka-Rauza is located about a kilometre north of the tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah and is rectangular in shape with a bulbous dome. The concept of the tomb is entirely Persian, and it is one of the best examples of polychrome ...

Diwan-i-Am (Hall of Public Audience)
Known as one of the most impressive buildings built by Shah Jahan, this assembly hall is made with red overlaid with white shell plaster, giving it the effect of white marble. The Diwan-i-Am was also used an armory by the ...

Fatehpur Sikri
Fatehpur Sikri is located 37 kilometres south-west of Agra, and it was once the capital of the brilliant Mughal Emperor Akbar. The Sufi saint, Shaikh Salim Chisti, had his ashram there for many years and many devotees of Chisti continue ...