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Monday, July 02, 2007

I was there on hols during the time i visited ajmer, jaipur, agra and my final destination was delhi from where we took a train back to cal... i did feel a bit dizzy in agra as it lacks some maintain ace but fortunately i had bumped into some of the nicest people out there who were so willing to help in every way.its streets and lanes are narrow and crowdy and dumps of rubbish are seen around.i wont say the whole city is scared with dirt but the streets beside and near to the taj mahal are places that shouldn't go neglected.i definitely doubt ill be proved wrong because I've been there and wonder how many of my readers agree with me... how many??? response dears!!! i need to know....

to add to that i need to say one thing that the city is really fortunate to have the the presence of the taj mahal, just as we have the Victoria memorial and the Howrah bridge as ours.its also very famous for its art and crafts... it is renowned for its pure silken fabrics, leather works, daris and carpets. embroideries worked with silk,gold and silver threads the excellent industry of the city.i did do a alot of shopping and of course my most priceless souvenir i ever posses is the lovely taj mahal model that i carried back home.its totally priceless....

other places I've visited there was the agra fort,fatehpur sikri,ram bagh,jahangir mahal,seesh mahal & khas mahal and many other places.

i have been there so when will you be going?? my experiences were worth noting down so why not your turn now??

more about the city of taj below

Agra is globally renown as the city of the Taj Mahal. But this royal Mughal city has, in addition to the legendary Taj, many monuments that epitomize the high point of Mughal architecture. In the Mughal period, in the 16th and 17th centuries, Agra was the capital of India. It was here that the founder of the dynasty, Babar, laid out the first formal Persian garden on the banks of the river Yamuna. Here, Akbar, his grandson raised the towering ramparts of the great Red Fort. Within its walls, Jehangir built rose-red palaces, courts and gardens, and Shah jahan embellished it with marble mosques, palaces and pavilions of gem-inlaid white marble.

The crowning glory of the city is obviously the Taj, a monument of love and imagination, that represents India to the world

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