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We visited this tomb, sometimes called Baby Taj before visiting the Taj Mahal.
It resides on the river bank opposite the taj and is serene and quiet.
Our guide gave us lots of info, how it was connected to the family of woman for whom...More
Not a lot to see once inside really. Most of the tombs areas are very much the same, but its worth a visit. The grounds are very nice to walk around and of course there are the monkeys and dogs roaming freely - very well...More
This is a little gem of a mausoleum in Agra. Similar in design to the Taj Mahal but much smaller and easier to access and visit. Made of white marble with inlaid semi-precious stones the interior is wonderful with lovely wall paintings and ceilings. The...More
I saw this tomb as part of a Gate 1 tour. It is just beautiful. This tomb is not as Grand as the Taj Mahal, which is part of its charm. The gardens had more flowers than the Taj as well. It is often called...More
This site, dubbed the "Baby Taj", is a mausoleum that preceded the building of the Taj and became a model for some of its architectural and artistic concepts. If it's on a visitor's touring schedule it should be viewed before seeing the Taj.
I really enjoyed our visit to the Baby Taj and although not of the same grandeur of the Taj Mahal, it is an impressive building in its own right. What's more you don't have the incessant crowds. It has some nice gardens leading up to...More
This duplicate of Taj Mahal which Shah Jahan built for his beloved wife's parents ... is a must see attraction.
The exquisite work, the little beautiful gardens & the tranquillity u find in this place can't really be found at the real Taj due to...More
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You can visit at any time you want , between 6 AM to 6 PM. But if you have visiting after 11 AM to 3 PM, there is few people visiting at that time, due to heavy sun shine, you can watch all around the Tomb with out a huge... More
You can visit at any time you want , between 6 AM to 6 PM. But if you have visiting after 11 AM to 3 PM, there is few people visiting at that time, due to heavy sun shine, you can watch all around the Tomb with out a huge crowd.