One cannot ask for a more beautiful piece of architecture that speaks about India's rich history. A must-visit for anyone visiting Agra.
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We visited the beautiful site in September 17. It is easily accessible being right on the highway and can be covered enroute from or to Delhi. Built much before the Taj, the monument has four gates at the centre of which is the Tomb itself....More
So we asked our driver to bring us to Akbars Tomb and we had a wonderful few hours there. There were black buck deer, peacocks and monkeys wandering round the extensive grounds. There were young Indian lovers in alcoves and doorways. And a few school...More
Expansive space with greenery all around and blackbucks roaming along with peacocks. There are echo points where claps are magnified and there are places where people can whisper and hear from across distance due to marvel of acoustics. Not too crowded as well.
The greatest Emperor of Moghul Era; Akbar rest in this serene and tranquil place, which is named as Sikandara. This site is 10 kms from Agra City. It is believed that Akbar had chosen this place for his tomb and he started construction work in...More
We added this visit to our itinerary on the advice of friends and we are very glad we did. Another tomb, like the Taj Mahal, but very different in style, with the beautiful red sandstone walls, intricately decorated, surrounded by lovely gardens, with deer and...More
Tomb if Akbar the great is a very peaceful place, it's well maintained and very clean & green monument. You will see some dears around you there. It's located on National Highway 2, very well connected with buses, or you can use your own vehicle...More