An All-Women trip to the Historical City of Agra
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Agra: Alluring legacy of an empire
The places to see within the fort are Diwan-i-aam (Hall for public audience), Diwan-i-khaas (Hall for private audience), Angoori Bagh (Garden where grapes were cultivated to make wine), Moti masjid, Nagina masjid, now-closed Meena Bazaar (Ladies Market), Shish Mahal (Hall of mirrors) and Khas Mahal (the tower where Shah Jahan was imprisoned and from where he used to see the Taj)....
The Mystical Land: Kinnaur
The Middle Land I
If there is ever a heaven on earth, it’s here, in SPITI
1st World Heritage Site of India – Agra Fort
Inside view of Diwan-i-khaas External view of Diwan-i-khaas and corridor of Machchi Bhawan Khaas Mahal-view from Angoori Bagh Jahanara Pavilion- A replica of Roshanara Pavilion (daughters of Shah Jahan) Machchi Bhawan- Fish palace with Chittor gate Inside View of Khaas Mahal/Shah Jahan's Palace Musamman Burj (under restoration work) Shah Jahan chose to built Taj Mahal 2.5km south east of his palace in Agra fort....
The Middle Land-IV
A few blissful days in Mughal realm: Delhi-Agra !
); NoorJahan's chambers, as well as that very room within the fort where ShahJahan must have died looking at the taj mahal that he built for his beloved wife; the masjid inside the fort which was used by him intensively after being imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb; the Angoori Bagh where NoorJahan married Jahangir; I think this is one fort whose history encompasses at least 3 generations of Mughal rule ......