After spending some great time at the tower, we began our ride to the Kinaari Bazaar. It was Friday, and the Taj Mahal was shut, so it was all peaceful and quiet. Riding through the west entryway of the Taj, we crossed the Agra red fort. Though we didn't go inside, we parked our bicycle at the corner of the road to take a look at the fort. We at that point went to a confused, or you can say the chaotic part of Agra, the Old Agra, and the Kinari Bazaar. There were numerous Petha shops, a sweet produced in Agra. It has been said that Petha is started in the kitchens of Mughal ruler Shah Jahan and since now it has turned out to be famous to the point, that it comes in differed flavors. Exploring the old lanes, I could see numerous extraordinary things to fill my shopping sack. You will get an immense variety of ethnic garments, footwear, frill, cookware, and nearly everything. I additionally attempted to try the local street food. Also, how could I miss Malai Lassi? Incredible!