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Agra, Taj Mahal- the Monument of eternal love

Agra is more popularly known as the home of the Taj Mahal, the mausoleum that most people instantly picture in their mind when they think of India. Agra finds one of the top most places on the world heritage map. While Taj Mahal is definitely one of the main reasons for making Agra a famous tourist destination, it is not the only one. Agra also features two more UNESCO World Heritage sites for travelers looking for some eye candy — the Fatehpur Sikri and the Agra Fort. Agra is home to a number of remnants of the legendary Mughal empire, including the Itimad-ud-Daulah and Akbar’s tomb. From savouring on the city’s authentic and traditional Mughlai flavours, shopping in the lively markets teeming with marble handicrafts adorned with fine inlay carvings and fine leather items, watching the epic of the timeless love between Shah Jahan and his beloved, Noor Jahan coming to life at the ‘Kalakriti Cultural & Convention Center’ to soaking your spirits in the enthralling fiesta of the ‘Taj Mahotsav‘, there is much more to do in the historic city of Agra than just exploring its monuments