Poet Rabindranath Tagore described it as 'a teardrop on the cheek of eternity', Rudyard Kipling as 'the embodiment of all things pure',...
The Taj Mahal's red-sandstone mosque to the west of the main monument is an important gathering place for Agra's Muslims.
Within the Taj complex, on the western side of the gardens, is the small but excellent Taj Museum, housing a number of original Mughal...
Café Coffee Day
This AC-cooled branch of the popular cafe chain is the closest place to the Taj selling proper coffee. Another branch is located at...
Saniya Palace Hotel
With cute tablecloths, dozens of potted plants and a bamboo pergola for shade, this is the most pleasant rooftop restaurant in Taj Ganj....
The jawab, to the east of the Taj Mahal itself, was built for symmetry purposes, matching up identically with the red-sandstone mosque to the west.