A Brief Introduction Of The City Agra

Agra is the city of monuments and historical attractions situated near the bank of the holy river Yamuna in the U.P(Uttar Pradesh) state. The monument lies 378 km in the west from Lucknow and nearly 206 km from the south of the Indiana capital Delhi. The total inhabitants of this beautiful city are almost 1,686,993 estimated in 2013. According to the poll, Agra is one of the most visiting places in Uttar Pradesh and 19th most popular cities in India. Due to the Mughal’s empire and many most noticeable Mughal-era-buildings like Agra Fort, Taj Mahal, and monuments of Fatehpur Sikri which are included in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this is one of the major tourist destinations of the world.

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Nowadays three cities are very much recognized as Golden Triangle Circuit, which are Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. These three cities sustain many historical monuments and places which add up the essence of love and prosperity. In Agra, you can find various diverse cultures and art which is a symbol of mixed religion. This city was also mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. That time this place was known as Agrevana (“ The border of the forest” in Sanskrit). Many Archeologist states that this city was founded by the legendary Raja Badal Singh in 1475 B.C, who was the Sikarwar Rajput king.

This beautiful city holds a vast history, which forces you to think of the past during your Agra visit. So, if you really want to feel the culture and art of this magnificent city do visit here. As a travel and tourism firm, Four wheel India is offering various tour and travel package’s top make your trip memorable and hassle free. To make registering and see our various golden triangle tour packages India, do visit our website.

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