Taj Mahal is situated on the river bank of the Yamuna in Agra Uttar Pradesh. Agra is just about 200 km far from the capital of India Delhi. You can easily visit Agra from Delhi in same day and most the general population do the same.
At the point when any explorer thinks about India first thing which rings a bell is Taj Mahal and no uncertainty on the off chance that you are in India, you can not backpedal without seeing Taj Mahal. It is one of the wonders of the world and a standout amongst the most excellent landmarks on the planet. It was built by a great Mughal ruler Shahjahan in affectionate memory of his spouse "Markad Mukabro Arjumand Bano Mumtaz Begum".
Taj Mahal is situated on the river bank of the Yamuna in Agra Uttar Pradesh. Agra is just about 200 km far from the capital of India Delhi. You can easily visit Agra from Delhi in same day and most the general population do the same. Agra is very well confected with Delhi by Road and Railway Tracks. There are such a significant number of trains for Delhi to Agra but consistently yet 03 trains are ideal in the event that you need to return same day. Shatabdi Express, Taj Express, and most recent one Gatiman express. Every one of the trains leave Delhi early morning and return in evening to Agra. Shatabdi and Gatiman express is the fastest and takes around 02 hours to cover one-way journey. A road is one more alternative to reach Agra you will be travelling by one of the best highway in India called "Yamuna Express Highway" and it will take just 03 hours to cover one-way journey.
Places to Visit in Agra : Taj Mahal is must see place in Agra but beside that you should also visit Agra Fort and Sikandra.
Taj Mahal : Taj Mahal have been a identity for India for international traveler and believe me it is worth it. You will be amazed by seeing its beauty. I have been to Taj Mahal alomost 100 times and i see people’s reaction when the get the first view of Taj Mahal its like OMG its amazing, awesome.
construction was begun by Shahjahan in the time of 1632 and it was finished in 1653 at the cost of 32 million rupees on that time. Development was finished by right around 20,000 individuals in the direction of Ustad Ahmad Lahauri. The Taj Mahal was assigned as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 for being "the gem of Muslim craftsmanship in India and one of the generally appreciated magnum opuses of the world's legacy"
Before Taj Mahal in India all the architecture was made of red sandstone however Shahjahan assembles Taj Mahal by utilizing just white marble and decorated valuable and semi valuable stones in white marble which makes it incredibly wonderful.
Agra Fort : The Agra Fort also called "Lal-Qila", "Stronghold Rough" and "Qila-I-Akbari" is the second most going to and biggest fort in India made of red sandstone and white marble Akbar began the development in 1565 however it was not finished by him simply after Akbar Jahangir additionally fabricate some part of the fort called Jahangir Mahal.
Shahjahan fabricates the white marble some portion of the post after Jahangir. A little assembly of the white marble work by the Shahjahan overlooking the Taj Mahal was where Shahjahan was detained by his child Aurangzeb and died there.
Sikandra (Tomb of Akbar): Sikandra is simply the mausoleum of Akbar build by himself and its an ideal case of a design which demonstrates to you a glimpse of all religion like Hindu, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist, Jain subjects. It is found just about 10 KM from city of Agra on Delhi-Agra national expressway. Akbar arranged and began the building later it was finished by his child Jahangir in 1613. It has four entryways however now days just a single door being used. Akbar's girls Shakrul Nisha Begum and Aram Bano are likewise buried inside the tomb. You will likewise discover the tomb of Mariam, Jahangir's mom, is additionally found near the forcing red sandstone building.
Except these beautiful monuments Agra also have so much for shopping. You can some amazingly beautiful marble inlay products from here which are hand made using same technique which was used building the Taj Mahal.
I Hope After Reading This Blog you also want to go for a Taj Mahal Day Tour