Gaurav Boarding House
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... but the real Red Fort was back in Delhi, and we didn't go inside because that guide told us the Agra fort was more impressive to tour. Our guide here agreed and showed us the history and rooms of this massive red stone structure. All of this of course was the warm up for the crown jewel if you will, the "Top wonder of the modern world" the Taj Mahal. Calling it impressive is really an understatement. It was also very crowded (who doesn't want to see a top ...
... a donut for pudding so we walked undercover back to Dunkin. After Annie had finished her pudding, Nai went to find a SIM card for her new phone, and myself and Annie trawled the market again, arranging to meet back in Dunkin. We managed to meet in a shop however shortly after splitting up. The shop man helped us trade our Sri Lankan rupees for Indian (on the black market). We then got a takeaway coffee from Dunkin and got the metro to Hauz Khas, a village near our hostel. ...
Their daughter Mehrunnisa (Nur Jahan) married Jahangir, the son of the Emporer Akbar
Nur Jahan and Jahangir had a son, Shah Jahan
Ghiyas Beg and Asmat Begum's son, Asaf Khan, had a daughter called Mumtaz Mahal.
Mumtaz Mahal married Shah Jahan and they had three sons. The third son Aurangazeb imprisoned Shah Jahan in the Agra Fort and killed his two elder brothers resulting in him claiming ...
... from the entrance of another temple below and hundreds and hundreds of birds were flying around us. It was incredible.
All of the people there bent down to touch the first step of the temple before walking in. They also turned around and walked backwards for the few first steps as they exited. It would have been cool to read more about this before coming to appreciate it more, but you notice a lot when you don’t know anything too. The murals in ...
The Taj is just as beautiful as every picture shows! What more can I say, except that you don't get long to see the tombs through a small gap before you are ordered on with a whistle blow and hand actions. The downstairs areas I had visited once before are no longer available to the public.
The inlaid stonework is so small and intricate. It's quite beautiful.
Just so special to ...