The Oasis Hotel
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... an octagonal marble chamber adorned with carvings and semi-precious stones housed the cenotaph, or false tomb, of Mumtaz Mahal. The real sarcophagus containing her actual remains lay below, at garden level. The rest of the Taj Mahal complex includes a main gateway of red sandstone and a square garden divided into quarters by long pools of water, as well as a red sandstone mosque and an identical building called a jawab (or ...
... included bulbuls, treepi, king fisher, woodpecker, green pigeon. Most disappointing wss that 15 minutes after we set off on our tour, a tiger was sighted from the fort carpark. Clearly tiger spotting is not to be for us on this trip.
We headed off to Agra backtracking to Dhausa, pausing to pick up some medication for Vanessa to clear her nose and on to Fatehpur Sikri, passing stooks of grain and round woven outhouses ...
Today we visit the Taj Mahal at sunrise is the first race of the sun hits the dome, which coats Taj Mahal in a pearly pink shade. An epitome of Mughal art, this monument was built by Emperor Shah Janan in memory of his wife and queen Mumtaz Mahal. the Taj Mahal took 22 years to build with over 20,000 workers. Later we return back to our hotel for breakfast before continuing to Agra Fort and the Baby Taj. Built in 1628 A.D. the carvings of the Baby Taj said to ...
... chcemy wracac wiec pytamy pana tuktukowego o jakis bazar albo sklep z dywanami (no bo przeciez ubzdrulame sobie ze kupie w Indiach dywan!) No i to byl blad. Weszlismy do magicznego miejsca ze sprzedawca ktory musial zaprzedac dusze diablu. Dywany sa cudowne, a jeden niespotykany wzor naprawde mi sie bardzo spodobal. I moze nie przepuscil bym fortuny gdyby sposrod okolo dwudziestu nie pojawil sie ten jeden ciemnozielony. Cena wyjsciwa to 57000INR ale taka do sprzedania 54 tysie. To tak ...
... staying. Nevertheless, we get on our bus, which takes us to another environmentally friendly bus, which takes us to the Taj Mahal. We have been warned not to bring anything in with us, other than water, cameras, cell phones and iPads.
The electric bus drops us off at the east gate, where we go thru security. Women in one line, and men in another. Then we come to a large open area on the outside of the walls surrounding the Taj. Balbir gives ...