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On the way to the bus stop,you will meet the “Come to my store on the way home,” he will say.
If you answer "OK, I will go" he will catch you at the bus stop.
There is no price tag for the goods in...More
Store owners will really push you to buy. They’ll actually fill up bags of goods then start totaling your bill with things you didn’t want. I’m too nice, otherwise I would have just walked away.
I didn’t go to the mosque but my tour guide...More
This is a five storey building next to the diwan-i-khas thus the name panch mahal. The ladies of the royal house used to sit here and enjoy and proceedings of the diwan-i-khas from atop. Diwan-I-khas is where Akbar the Great used to give private audience...More
We were amazed by the history that surrounds this place, very interesting, great architecture, hard to believe that this was built a long time ago, be careful of so called Guides, offering cheap service, it is not cheap and they all have a Cousin or...More
Stopped in here on our way between Bharatpur and Agra. You park up and catch a mini-bus to the site (Rs10 each way). The Palace entry is Rs600. The Mosque (which is amazing) is free entry and around to the left before the palace entry...More
1. You cannot go to this monument with your own vehicle since its a protected monument. Take a pollution free bus from the Tourist complex. Dont fall prey for any tourist guides or motor bike rides to the actual site.
2. Use Audio guide on...More
Built for the sole purpose, as a viewing platform, for the Royal ladies so they could observer the goings on within the courtyard (pride of place), as told by our guide. A five story structure would have been a big thing back in the day.