Tourist Attraction in Agra
Agra has a number of monuments ranging from the world known structures such as Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri complex to the lesser known tombs such as Sikandra, Mariam's tomb, Itmad-ud-daulah's tomb and Chini ka Rauza to the ones that are not even known to the locals and their remnants lie helter-skelter and no attention being paid to them. Ram Bagh and Swami Bagh Temple at Dayal Bagh, may not be so famous but have an indelible impression in the hearts of the natives of the city with their own history to boast of.
The first Mughal gardens laid by Babur in 1558, half a km from Chini Ka Rauza, were planned carefully in Persian style. They were then named as Bagh-i-Gul Afshan. Later, Jehangir renovated them and named them as Bagh-i-Nur Afshan. Neglected for centuries, these gardens have now turned into wilderness and are known as Ram Bagh.
Swami Bagh Temple at Dayal Bagh is 10 km to the north of Agra. Started in 1904, it is still under construction even after 100 years! The white marble Samadhi of the Radha Swami, the founder of a unique religion that seeks to being all religions under one umbrella and preaches unity of mankind,
Ever seeing as Babur
crushed and killed Ibrahin Lodi
at Panipat in 1526, Agra played a momentous hub of Mughal Empire
. Akbar chooses this city on the bank of River Yamuna as his capital and proceeded to construct a strong fortress for the reason.
The essence of love, the commemorative in sandstone, Taj Mahal
is one of the most fashionable and overgenerous monuments in India. The seventh wonder of the world, it attracts thousands of tourists each year.
The Mughal ruler Akbar, known as Akbar the Great, ruled an empire that extended across North India
from 1556 to 1605. His time in power is considered the summit of Mughal rule in India
Greatest of all the Mughal Emperors
who ruled India, Akbar ascends to the throne in 1556 at the caring age of 14 years. obvious reason of ascending throne was the unexpected termination of his father, Humayun.
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