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Taj Mahal Virtual Tour with a Guide(Online Experience )
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Taj Mahal Virtual Tour with a Guide(Online Experience )

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This is a virtual private experience, which will be explained by a local guide ,You shall meet online in a meeting with Guide .I would explain about each part of Tajmahal including The beautiful doors ,Inlay Work over the walls ,The Tomb Stones and the garden and many more other things. by sharing photos and vedio of Tajmahal complex .<br><br>You will experience the wonderful pictures of the Taj Mahal, I will explain in detail each part and share stories about Tajmahal along with the love story of King and Queen and how this beautiful monument was built and How much hard work was involved to finish this huge complex.<br><br>At the End of the tour ,I shall provide you some time andYou are free to ask questions about Tajmahal or anything about India .<br><br>Please Note : This tour is available as per your suitable timing according to your country standard time .if you don’t find your preferred timing while booking the tour then please send us a message so we can organise the tour accordingly
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macedonboy wrote a review Apr. 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom146,700 contributions100,634 helpful votes
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This palace inside Agra Fort is probably the most significant building inside the fort complex, and housed the women of the royal household. There’s no much evidence of that, though I thought the most significant structures are the multistoried red sandstone walls and the huge bowl used as a bath.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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AZCasualTraveler wrote a review Mar. 2020
Mesa, Arizona1,796 contributions138 helpful votes
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The Jahangir Mahal is a beautiful designed royal building that is located within the Agra (Red) Fort. It has been said that this building was constructed by a former emperor of this area for his royal wives. The Jahangir Mahal is just one of several notable places to visit that are located within the walls of the "Red" fort.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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davemartin3 wrote a review Mar. 2020
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom780 contributions265 helpful votes
Another of the ‘must see’ stops in Agra and understandably so. Well worth building into your itinerary.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Ann C wrote a review Feb. 2020
Bispham, United Kingdom416 contributions117 helpful votes
Standing not too far from it’s more famous cousin, the Jahangir Mahal is very impressive in its own way, preceding the construction of the Taj by a century as it does. It houses Akbar’s tomb and the inlay work is as beautiful as anything you will see anywhere so cast your net wider than the place that everyone goes to visit in Agra and admire the skill of these earlier artisans.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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stantp1916 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Farakka, India1,247 contributions255 helpful votes
This is the first structure you will come across once you enter the Agra Fort. The huge red sandstone building will immediately catch your attention. It looked magnificent! The intricate carvings on the walls as also in the walls and ceilings of each and every chamber and room within the mahal is jaw dropping. I loved it immensely. It takes time to see all the rooms and witness the beauty of the art but some rooms are not illuminated enough. There is a huge bath inside in the name of Jahangir. Worth a visit!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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