Jehangir's Palace


This huge red-sandstone palace inside Agra Fort, a combination of Indian and Central Asian architectural styles, was most likely built by the Mughal ruler Akbar for his son Jehangir.

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1. Khas Mahal

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This beautiful marble pavillion and pool formed the living quarters of Shah Jahan, while the large attached courtyard housed the court harem.

2. Diwan-i-Am

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In Agra Fort, the Hall of Public Audiences was where emperor Shah Jahan listened to petitions from ordinary citizens.

3. Amar Singh Gate


The sole entry point to Agra Fort, and where you buy your entrance ticket.

4. Agra Fort

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With the Taj Mahal overshadowing it, one can easily forget that Agra has one of the finest Mughal forts in India. Walking through courtyard after…

5. Jama Masjid

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This fine mosque, built in the Kinari Bazaar by Shah Jahan’s daughter in 1648 and once connected to Agra Fort, features striking zigzag marble patterning…

6. Kinari Bazaar

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The narrow streets behind Jama Masjid are a crazy maze of overcrowded lanes bursting with colourful markets. There are a number of different bazaars here,…

7. Mosque

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The Taj Mahal's red-sandstone mosque to the west of the main monument is an important gathering place for Agra's Muslims.

8. Taj Museum

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Within the Taj complex, on the western side of the gardens, is the small but excellent Taj Museum, housing a number of original Mughal miniature paintings…