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Taj Mahal from a rooftop hostel restaurant at sunset and inside at sunrise...A-MA-ZING!! Spent 3 hours in there!
First sighting of the Taj from Agra Fort which is impressive from the outside and surprisingly beautiful on the inside.
Dugha Festival time so lots of street parades with powder paint..got covered in red and purple!
Ended up …
... guide tells us that 70% of the population of India still live in small villages in the countryside. It seems silly but that is so hard to believe when you've been staying in a place like Delhi. We arrived in Agra at about 8.30am and were given keys to our rooms. We decided, as a group, to go to Agra fort. We taxied there and wondered around for few hours - it was beautiful and absolutely enormous! From the top ...
... commenced. Upon arrival, I was helped with my bags without request into the station, followed by the famous response.... Tip? Fool me once goes the saying. Shortly after I was approached by a man who looked official enough asking where I was going. He informed me that my train was not running this morning and I would have to go speak with the officials upstairs. The man upstairs confirmed the news and said I would have to go to headquarters to change my ticket to ...
... good photos without a load of people in the way. We spent about an hour wandering round, admiring the building and seeing the tombs inside then sat in a shaded spot for a while chilling. I'd had enough after that, I could sit and look at natural scenery like mountains and waterfalls for hours but while I appreciated the architecture and all the effort that went into the building of the Taj and the story behind it, it was a building at the ...
After just a short drive, we arrived at the Mughal kingdom of Fatehpur Sikri. It took 37,000 stonemasons working for twelve years to create what is like a small town. At that time, the Mughal population was 85,000. But just four years after the kingdom was completed, the Mughals abandoned the place due to a lack of water. The kingdom relocated to Lahore in what is now Pakistan. I'll let the photos speak for themselves.
We arrived at our ...