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Gardens of Agra after the Monsoon

Agra is home to popular gardens including Soami Bagh, Ram Bagh, and Mehtab—each with a story to tell!

Gardens of Agra after the Monsoon in Taj Mahal and Agra  - Best Time
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The beautiful parks and gardens of Agra were built in the Islamic style of architecture, as it was a capital of the Mughals. This magnificence has beautifully withstood the test of change and time.

Gardens of Agra after the Monsoon in Taj Mahal and Agra  - Best Season

The enticing gardens in Agra add to the beauty of the city. Besides, they are very well maintained. Some of the most popular and beautiful Agra gardens include the Mehtab Bagh, Dayal Bagh Gardens, Ram Bagh, Shah Jahan Park, Taj Mahal Garden, and the Mughal Gardens.

Mehtab Bagh, also known as the Moonlit Garden, is among the most popular gardens in Agra and provides a beautiful view of the Taj. The Dayalbagh Gardens are built completely out of white marble 110 feet high and replete with majestic pillars. This garden is the prefect blend of viharas, mosques, temples, and gurudwaras. The Taj Mahal Garden is built in a Persian style and is one of the most popular gardens in Agra; it mostly features religious motifs.

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One garden that stands out in Agra is the Shah Jahan Park which is known for its enchanting environment and panoramic beauty. It is believed to be the most beautiful Mughal garden in India. Rambagh Gardens known as the Bagh-i-Gul Afshan, consists of channels and fountains. Agra's gardens are amazing heritage of the Mughal Empire and fascinating to gaze upon for any traveler. It's best to visit Agra's gardens after monsoon season when vegetation is especially lush.

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