Visited for about an hour and not heavily visited by tourists. Great spot for photos. This site was by same Turkish architect as the Taj Mahal. Well worth a visit!
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Although older than the Taj Mahal the buildings were much smaller and more intricate and well worth the visit Much restoration work in progress and once the water is running again it will be even better Unlike the Taj Mahal there appeared to be no...More
Popularly known as Baby Taj because it looks like Taj Mahal and is a miniature version of the Taj .Situated on the banks of the Yamuna. Worth a visit
I was so oriented don visiting the Taj and in less measure, the Agra Fort, that I didn´t had this magnificent monument in the radar. The mini Taj, as our tour guide called it, is of resemblance of the Taj, actually it was built before....More
After being with the masses at the Taj Mahal. It was a real treat to visit here at dawn. We were the only visitors then and we loved the magnificence and serenity. We were able to enjoy the fantastic inlays and artistic skill on the...More
Also known as the "baby Taj" this Mughal mausoleum should not be overlooked. Beautiful white marble from Rajastahn and hand painted motifs, landscaped grounds and views of the river make this a beautiful place to sit and relax since it is far less crowded than...More
This massive mausoleum was built by Nur-Jahan as the burial place for and tribute to her parents. I learned that Nur-Jahan was a beautiful woman who caught the eye of a King. This King arranged to have her husband killed so that Nur-Jahan could be...More
White Marble with the same impressive architecture as the Taj Mahal. You step aware from the traffic and madness of the town to this quiet haven. Very enjoyable
The local call this "baby Taj" as it is an excact replica of the Taj Mahal. There were not many visitors there and it was very peaceful.