1. The Taj Mahal :-
The Taj Mahal Was Designed by Shah Jahan in 1631, For the Memory of his wife Mumtaj. she is a Princes of Shah jahan. The Taj Mahal consutruction Began in 1632 & Completed in 1643 & Surrounding Buildings & Garden were Completed in Five years Later.
The Taj Mahal is an ivory-White Marble mausoleum on the south Bank of the Yamuna River in the City of India, agra.Agra is also Famous For The Taj Mahal & Travel Lover also sightseeing of This Beautyful Place,also the Taj Mahal is countable for Top Places to Visit in Agra.
2. Akbar Tomb :-
The tomb of Akbar was built by his son prince Salim also called Jahangir. Akbar scheduled the tomb and selected a right site for it. After his death, Akbar’s son jahangir finalized the structure in 1605–1613. During the Islamic ruler Aurangzeb’s time, the rebellious Jats rose against him under the leadership of Raja ram jat, they took the control of Agra fort after defeating Mughal forces. Mughal prestige suffered a further blow when Jats ransacked Akbar’s intricate tomb, stolen and looted all the beautiful gold, jewels, silver and carpets, whilst destroying other things. He even, in order to avenge his father Gokula’s death, stolen Akbar’s tomb, looted it, opened Akbar’s grave and dragged Akbar’s bones. Aurangzeb was so furious that he captured Raja ram and got him killed hard-heartedly.
3. Agra Fort :-
Agra Fort is a Historical Fort in the City of Agra in India.Agra for is Located on the right bank of the river Yamuna in the City of Agra in Uttar pradesh. It is also one of the Famous Place to visit in Agra.Agra Fort is made in the Era of AKBAR,Recorded that this was a brick fort.Agra Fort Can be Seen on Friday.
4. Panch Mahal :-
The Panch Mahal is a five storey building in Fatehpur Sikri. Famous for its excellent design, it is situated close to the harem or zenana quarters, which is fitting since it functioned as a pleasure palace. Built by Akbar, the architecture of Panch Mahal was stimulated by that of a Buddhist temple. Akbar basically used the Panch Mahal for his relaxation and entertainment.
Entirely columnar, Panch Mahal comprises of four floors constructed in declining size. The ground floor of the building is made up of 84 pillars that support the entire structure. Initially, the pillars had a jaali between them, which acted as purdah for the royal ladies as they sat on the terrace enjoying the breeze and the view of Fatehpur Sikri and nearby towns. The views from the topmost pavilion are splendid including that of the fort that lies to its left.
5. Chini Ka Rauja :-
Chini ka Rauza is the tomb of Afzal Khan, a Persian poet who was also a priest in the court of Shah Jahan. This tomb is a landmark of Indo-Persian design and is the first building in India to be decorated with glassy tile work. The Chini ka Rauza is a brown, rectangular structure, yet its most conspicuous feature remains its tiles or chini in different hues such as turquoise, orange, yellow and green. The inside of the tomb is decorated with now fading paintwork and inscriptions from the Quran.