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Delhi Agra Tour

Talking about the most popular cities of India, the delirious Delhi and the astounding Agra come to mind. India's capital Delhi, a city of medieval mayhem crowded, populated and intense is a memoir of the Mughal period, interposed with numerous historic monuments, Delhi is truly an ever beating heart of India. If one has to define Agra, it is a place the magnificence of which stands like a bulbous beacon, drawing tourists like moths to a wondrous flame. A home to the world's most popular mausoleum, the Agra city is a sprawling, bloated, chaotic city that is sprinkled with numerous, tombs, mausoleums, forts and havelis. Both these cities are etched with the unending tales of India's glorious past.

Places to view on a Delhi Agra Tour:

Red Fort :

Standing tall, being the most popular carcass of red sandstone, the Red Fort locally known as the Lal Qila, serves as a popular reminder of the Moghul emperors who ruled India. It is undoubtedly a living testimony of the Moghul art that embodies historic relevance.

Jama Masjid :

Another marvelous treasure of the ancient city of Delhi, Jama Masjid is said to be the largest mosque in India. The large courtyard of the Masjid can accommodate an incredible 25,000 devotees, it is truly a masterpiece of Moghul architecture.

Chandani Chowk :

The most bustling place of old Delhi, Chandani Chowk is chaotic, crowded and candid, its narrow crowded streets and swarming colorful bazaars though remain congested yet offer the most captivating sights.

Humayun's Tomb :

A precursor to Taj Mahal's architecture, Humayun's Tomb is a living monument the walls of which were etched by the master craftsmen of the time of the Moghuls. It is a marvelous symbol of beauty and architecture.

Lodhi Gardens :

This place serves as the serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city life. The vast Lodhi Gardens were built by the Britishers in 1936 around the tombs of the numerous rulers of the 15th and the 16th century.

Qutab Minar :

The tallest brick minaret in the world, Qutab Minar which is an incredible example of Indo-Islamic architecture, looms high and is believed to signify the victory and the beginning of the Muslim rule in India.

India Gate :

The towering archway of India Gate at the heart of New Delhi is a war memorial build in the memory of the Indian soldiers who lost their lives battling against the British Army in World War I. An internal flame burns at this monument that is never blown out; it serves as a true symbol of immortality.

Lotus Temple :

The Bahai Temple, commonly referred as the Lotus Temple is built in the shape of a Lotus flower. It appears the most dazzling at night when its white marble is set to glow by the floodlights.