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Agra

Once the capital of the Mughals and the city of the "Taj Mahal". The Taj Mahal, a symphony in white marble , atribute to eternal love, was built by the "Emperor Shah Jahan" in the memory of his wife "Mumtaj Mahal". Other splendid examples of Mughal architect in Agra include the "Agra Fort" with its exquisite Pearl Mosque, palaces and darbar halls; the imposing mausoleum of Emperor Akbar at sikandra, built in an amalgam of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles and Itmad-ud-Daula's tomb, embellished with coloured stone inlay and filigree marble screens.

        


 

 
 
Fatehpur sikri

The wonderful city of fatehpur sikri was built by the "Emperor Akbar". The marvellously preserved fort, palaces and the tomb of "Salim Chishti" with its delicate lacy marble screens are worth seeing.
 
 
Deeg(Rajasthan)

An eighteenth century stronghold of the Jat rajas with the picturesquely contrived garden-cum-water palaces, Deeg is a popular tourists rendezvous today. The Fairy-tale palaces of Deeg are set at the edge of reservoirs of water.A central ornamental garden with water bodies, canals, fountains, ordered lawns, beautiful trees and pavilions is a charmingly green retreat. The principal palaces include Keshav Bhavan, Gopal Bhavan, Sawan and Bhadon pavilions with their attractive carving roofs.
 
Bharatpur(Rajasthan)

Located between Agra and Jaipur, the "Keoladeo Ghana National Park" in Bharatpur is Asia's most spectacular bird sanctuary.Its 29 sq. kms of lakes and marshes, woodland and scrub provide a home, permanent or seasonal, for well over 350 species of birds. Some storks, cranes and smaller birds are winter migrants from Siberia, Central Asia or Europe; others are permanent residents or local migrants from among the 1,200 species identified in the Indian subcontinent. They use some 44,000 trees for nesting purposes every year during the monsoon and winter. Bharatpur thus provides a singular opportunity to observe a variety of birdlife.

 

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