Kadamb Kunj Resort

Address: NH-11, Fatehpur Sikri Road, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, 321001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on NH-11, Fatehpur Sikri Road, Bharatpur.
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    Travel Blogs from Bharatpur

    Delhi to Agra - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 12, 2015

    77 photos

    ... copied in the Taj Mahal.

    The main entrance or “gate” is made of red sandstone and is two stories high with white marble and inlay work.

    The mausoleum is the first Mughal building totally constructed from white marble.

    Joyce had in the meantime found to disposable rain coats in yellow and clear plastic. She gave one to me but I decided that staying dry was a priority so ...

    Agra fort and around

    A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Mar 20, 2015

    21 photos

    ... definitely more manageable.

    We'd had our fill by this point so jumped back in the tuk tuk and were sped off to Mehtab Bagh. This was a park/garden on the east bank of the Yamuna river directly opposite the Taj Mahal. Mannur advised that we didn't need to pay to enter and showed us a side street where we could get just as good a photo so off we trotted. It was nice to see the Taj from another view and we took a few snaps from the riverside and then headed back. By this point ...

    The Greatest Monument to Love

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 13, 2015

    36 photos

    ... to do the inlaid marble work that we had seen in the palace. The technique is passed down from generation to generation from the same families and communities who would have been brought to Agra as laborers during the time when the palaces and the Taj Mahal was built. It was incredible to see the tools that they used to shape and place the tiny pieces of lapis lazuli, malachite and other beautiful stones before they were arranged in specific patters and ...

    Agra, India

    A travel blog entry by dkauten on Feb 07, 2015

    10 photos

    ... 8217;s rich history. In 1631, Mumtaz Mahal died after giving birth to the couple’s 14th child. The grieving Shah Jahan, known for commissioning a number of impressive structures throughout his reign, ordered the building of a magnificent mausoleum across the Yamuna River from his own royal palace at Agra. Construction began around 1632 and would continue for the next two decades. The chief architect was probably Ustad Ahmad Lahouri, ...

    Indian Dancing...not so much

    A travel blog entry by cowtowncolleen on Dec 31, 2014

    7 photos

    ... br>
    New Years was a indian buffet, a fire pit,hidden booze again and a dance floor. Naveen after several hours convinced me to dance indian style. I was pathetic, he was fantastic! Gail had already been up there for hours before us, dancing with the locals. One irritating thing though as Indians dance to 30 seconds of a song then switch it! Just as I was getting my groove on, swap! Again groove, swap! It was so ADD.

    It was ...