Agra The City of Love and Romance

by Kirti Saxena Kirti Saxena is a web enthusiast and a writer
Travelling is a habit that expresses one’s thirst to know more, the curiosity to explore the unknowns and undiscovered places. However, the choice of travelling places varies vastly depending on the taste and likenesses of the individuals. For the sophisticated learners, posh places full of entertainment and aristocracy provide the ultimate pleasure. Many others prefer history over the traditional entertaining holiday spending destinations. Agra is certainly one of such rare places with the perfect amalgamation of aristocracy and heritage. Being historically significant, Agra Air Tickets are available in abundance from all domestic terminals of Indian airports.

Agra is a city in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, near the capital city Delhi. Agra was one of the most influential cities in the ancient Mughal civilization and proudly houses some of the world’s greatest architectures, tombs and forts. No tour to India can be considered to be complete without paying a visit to this historical city. Agra was the capital of the Mughal Empire between 1526 and 1658. Agra was founded much earlier and finds a reference in ancient epic like Mahabharat. Ptolemy was the one to first call it with its modern name. However, the city witnessed several kings and emperors handing over the command of the empire and Agra too was transferred from the hands of many kings both Hindu and Muslim. Being one of the important historical centers in the Indian Subcontinent, every airline company operating within the Indian subcontinent provide Agra Air Tickets and run the domestic flights from all known airports in the country.

Agra is well facilitated through transport services. Trains, bus, taxi and private cars are available in abundance for sightseeing. Agra is known for the Taj Mahal, currently standing tall with the fame of acquiring the first place in the list of the seven wonders in the world. Agra contains in its border, not one, but three UNESCO world heritage sites, namely the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. The Taj Mahal is considered to be the greatest example of Mughal Architecture and stands as an epitome of love for ages. This magnificent mausoleum of white marble was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal. Agra Fort on the other hand is a beautiful layout of the Red Fort in Delhi, built by Emperor Akbar. There are a number of beautiful gardens made by the ancient Mughal Emperors. Some of which are Soami Bagh, Ram Bagh, Mehtab Bagh etc. Agra is a place which should be travelled and conceived, matching the frequency of Indian craziness. This ancient city holds many mysteries and secrets in its bosom which are still undiscovered. So get your Agra Air Tickets to explore the still dormant wonders of history.

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