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Taj Mahal standing proudly on the bank of the river Yamuna in Agra, is India's noble tribute to the grace of Indian womanhood. Built by Shahjehan, the 5th emperor of Mughal empire in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, Taj Mahal is the largest and the most expensive mausoleum built by any man on earth.

The "symbol of eternal love", Taj at Agra is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular marvel of the world. Renowned for its architectural magnificence and aesthetic beauty, it considered among man's proudest creations and is constantly included in the list of the world's topmost wonders. As a tomb, it has no equivalent upon earth, for mortal remains have never been housed so opulently.
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How to Reach Taj Mahal

When in India, the easiest thing to do is plan a tour to Agra. Virtually everybody in India knows the location of the Taj Mahal. You can also enjoy your tour to Agra with Taj Mahal Agra.

One can opt for any of the three modes of transport i.e. air, rail or road. Agra is well connected by regular flights and it takes about half an hour to reach the city of the Taj from Delhi. Indian railways has a good network of trains that connects Agra to other cities in India. Some of the trains that take you to Agra from Delhi are Taj Express, Shatabadi and Rajdhani. Besides, most of the trains from other major cities of India like Mumbai (Bombay), Kolkata (Calcutta) and Chennai (Madras) halt at Agra.

If you like to enjoy the local flavour and want to have feel of India, road transport is the best option to tour Agra. You can hire a taxi or take a bus from any of the major cities like Delhi, Jaipur and Mathura. Agra is 220 km from Delhi.

For sightseeing in Agra you can opt for taxis, autos-rickshaws or tongas. Bicycles are also available and can be hired on an hourly basis. A note of caution: the area around Taj Mahal is a pollution free zone and no diesel or petrol vehicles are allowed. Battery-operated buses, rickshaws and horse-driven tongas are common means of transport.

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