Itmad daulah nodes, one of the most beautiful of Mughal tombs, facing the river Yamuna in the Taj Mahal, about a mile upstream. Belonging to the age of Jahangir, which contains the cenotaphs of Mirza and Ghiyas Asmat Begum, parents of Queen powerful Mughal Empress Nurjahan Jahangir, exceptional beauty and an administrator notified.
Established in 1528 by Babur the first Mughal emperors this is the Mughal garden in the first place. It is said that Babur was temporarily buried here before being permanently interred at Kabul in Afaganisthan. The Ram Bagh is 2 to 3 km north of the Chini Ka Rauza the riverside and is open from sunrise to sunset.
Sikri mosque was the first structure built in 1571. The exterior is modest but the interior is the most beautiful floral arabesques and ingenious geometrical patterns in brown, red, turquoise, black and white. The large patio adds a stately charm to the place. It can accommodate ten thousand men in prayer.
Probably the most remarkable building inside Agra Fort is the Jahangir Mahal (Jahangir's Palace), which was the main palace Zenana (palace for women belonging to the royal family), used mainly by women of the Rajput Akbar. A splendid gateway leads to a courtyard surrounded by large covered halls of stone carvings abundant, very old media, platforms, and ties.
This is a home or a religion Radhaswami, the founder of this faith has been preserved and sacred ashes are still here in a very well preserved. It is a sprawling lawns here, is a beautiful and wonderful temple with beautiful carving of fruits, flowers, leaving the sand in which plants were reduced in natural stone, and are distinctive specimens of the visual arts. This is currently under construction for almost 100 years.