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Rakabganj

Agra District

Rakabganj

Known for Gardens, Temples and Culture

Venture to top sights like Agra Fort as you discover Rakabganj—an area also notable for its historic sites.

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Venture to top sights like Agra Fort as you discover Rakabganj—an area also notable for its historic sites.

Things to do near Rakabganj

The Friday Mosque is a grand 17th-century Mughal masterpiece encompassed by the infectious atmosphere of Agra’s time-honored and bustling bazaars.

An impressive defensive structure built for Mughal emperors is a vast citadel encompassing marble towers, palaces, mosques and gardens.

Nicknamed the Baby Taj, this exquisite tomb is made of pure white marble and is known for its intricate and elaborate carvings.

The white mausoleum for Shah Jahan’s third wife is a timeless, ingenious work of art. Decorative carvings, stone inlays and mosaics inspire awe of Mughal culture. 

Visit this artistic monument, which opens its doors to followers of all spiritual beliefs and movements. It is unfinished now and may remain so forever.

With intricate detailing, expansive gardens and a somber burial chamber, this splendid tomb is an apt tribute to one of the Mughal Empire’s greatest rulers.

Admire the richly ornamented gateways, opulent shrine and manicured gardens of the final resting place of Mughal emperor Akbar the Great.

Enjoy a stop at Fatehpur Sikri Fort, a landmark worth seeing in Fatehpur Sikri. Discover the area's museums and monuments.

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