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All reviews across the river yamuna river black taj moonlight garden sunset view different perspective great view of taj taj mahal at sunset black marble opposite bank visit this place his son entrance fee take photos early morning agra fort trees
It's a garden to see the sunsentvview of tajmahal from the opposite bank of jamuna river. The entry charge is 25 that is not at all worth. The staff of the ticket counter is very rude. And the garden is needed maintenance.
This is the place to see the Taj Mahal at sunset. It was interesting to see this amazing building from across the river, framed by the trees of the garden. There weren't too many people there, so it was easy to get a good viewing...More
I visited this place in the month of August 2018 and its worth to visit As one can get beautiful pics of Taj southern part near the bank of yamuna. Though solo women traveller must be careful as this place have less security guards around...More
If you’d love the best view to watch Taj Mahal during sunset, this is the place. From my hotel (Atulyaa Taj Hotel) I had to take auto around INR40. The journey was about 15-20 mins because it is located at the opposite of Taj separated...More
I wasn't quite sure whether to go to the place because I just had some negative reviews by some of our family members (they visited the place two years ago or so) before going over there.
We went to Agra on a Thursday evening and...More
I’m not sure there is an official time. We arrived a little before sunset (in December when days are shorter). Looks like they close the gates about a half hour before sunset and stop letting people inside. When we left... More
I’m not sure there is an official time. We arrived a little before sunset (in December when days are shorter). Looks like they close the gates about a half hour before sunset and stop letting people inside. When we left around sunset, there were many people still there, appearing to be in no rush to leave. The guards simply opened the gate and let us out.