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Reviewed 3 days ago

Jahangir Mahal is situated inside the "Agra fort" which I already mentioned in my previous review that it's worth watching.. Jahangir Mahal is also called the "Rung Mahal"

Thank VarunS1593
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This Mahal, used to be the court of Emperor Jahangir, where there would be public hearings, cultural programs and even those confidential meetings.

Thank MalabS1
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is one of the place where you can see the days how the King would have spent in this Mahal. It's not in full maintained state. However, It is good to give us idea.

Thank jmodi1981
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Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile

The Jahangir Mahal is beautifully crafted in Arabic style. One of the best masterpiece from Mughal Sultanate.

Thank SiddhantPatil5
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

The Jahangir Mahal is the first monument that you will see when entering the Agra Mahal. It is a beautifully designed monument.

Thank seeker_here
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Reviewed 26 September 2018 via mobile

We entered the fort without hiring a guide,saw the jahangir mahal(the 1st monument in the fort) ourselves only to realise that we won't be able to see the entire monument ourselves.Then came back,hired one and started again.
So,hiring a guide is imperative,no matter what others say.

Thank AishwaryaSri
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Reviewed 31 August 2018

Jahangir Mahal is the first thing which you;ll see while entering the Agra Fort. As the name suggest it was built by the Jahangir and later extended by his sons and grandsons. It is Constructed with red sandstone some places with Marble, this will give a good look to visitors while entering inside of the palace.this noteworthy architecture building located inside the Agra fort. best place for photo loving people.

Thank Maneesh12345
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Reviewed 24 August 2018

a big mahal, located within the agra fort. it was made by Badshah Akbar naming after his son Jahangir. A cool palace, reflects the Mughals vision and wisdom

Thank Jalal I
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Reviewed 23 August 2018

The palace is situated inside the Agra Fort and was being made by Akbar for his son Jahangir.It is one of the best examples of Mughal architecture. It is made of red sandstone and white marble, it imbibes both Hindu and Islamic motifs into its exterior structures.It still holds historical as well as architectural importance for its rare, sophisticated symmetrical designs and the diverse combination of different religious styles. The entrance fee is Rs 20 for Indian citizens and Rs 300 for foreigners. It remains open daily from 6am to 5.30pm.

Thank KumarM332
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Reviewed 22 August 2018

This is part of the Agra fort and exemplary building reflecting Moghul architecture. Ideal for pictures during golden hours.

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