Mayur Tourist Complex
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... and a small square one. But we didn’t feel we had been fleeced, the whole operation was enlightening and very amusing and we have two beautiful memories of our time in Agra
Rest time after all the energetic morning and then back in the van with CP for a walk through a rural village the other side of the Taj Mahal and behind the Moon Gardens. We were met by a young man who has been trained as a Guide as part of a ...
... which is a single large-domed chhatri. Originally pierced stone screens faced the fašade, and probably sub-divided the interior as well, suggesting it was built for the ladies of the court. The floors are supported by intricately carved columns on each level, totaling to 176 columns in ...
... went on to tell me how we should return to his shop after the Taj. All the other men and kids had no chance really, Prince had me sold, hook line and sinker, and MAN did he KNOW it! Such an ADORABLE kid.
Indian people only have to pay 20 rupees to get into the Taj. Foreigners pay 750! BUT! We do get free shoe covers and a bottle of water! YIPEE! We walked through the lady’s security entrance of the south gate with all of the young men and boys ...
... We entered into a courtyard which then had a huge gate to enter the main grounds of the Taj Mahal, itself. It is quite a spectacular place. The exterior is full of marble inlay that, at one time, held authentic jewels that have since "disappeared." In its various restorations, they have been replaced by synthetics. Nonetheless, the extent of the original artwork is impressive.
Inside the hall, under the dome are ...
... While the thick mist prevented what would have been interesting vistas of the National Park, it certainly added atmosphere. Our guide was knowledgeable about the fort, the birdlife and the festival which can bring one million visitors. He was critical of the lack of protection of the site which allows people to stay/live in the ruins. With some restoration work started, he expressed his belief that it would bebetter to first ...