Places Near Agra
Fatehpur Sikri is a historical city located in the city of Taj. Many visitors visit many monuments in this city, and a fortified wall surrounds it. It features several Mughal buildings and structures, including the Buland Darwaza, Jama Masjid, Diwan-i-Khas, and Diwan-i-Aam.
2. Mathura | History, Temples, Mosque, & Population
Mathura is a megacity and the executive headquarters of Mathura quarter in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It’s located roughly57.6 kilometres(35.8 mi) north of Agra, 146 kilometres( 91 mi) south-east of Delhi; about14.5 kilometres(9.0 mi) from the city of Vrindavan, and 22 kilometres( 14 mi) from Govardhan. In ancient times, Mathura was a profitable hub, located at the junction of important caravan routes. The 2011 Census of India estimated the population of Mathura at 441,894.
3. Vrindavan Dham, India – Brindavan Tourism
It is said that Lord Krishna spent his childhood in Vrindavan. The name of the city has been derived from Vrinda (meaning basil) and van (meaning grove) which perhaps refer to the two small groves at Nidhivan and Seva Kunj.
The city of Vrindavan hosts hundreds of Lord Krishna and Radha temples scattered throughout, the most famous ones being Banke Bihari temple and the world-famous ISKCON temple. The vibrant surroundings perfectly depict the playful and benevolent nature of Lord Krishna. Located along the waters of River Yamuna, the numerous temples set amidst the thick woods and lush greenery of Vrindavan are the major attractions here.
4. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary Safari
An old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva remains at the focal point of the national park, and it gives Keoladeo its name. “Ghana” implies thick, alluding to the thick woods, which used to cover the region.
5.Kusum Sarovar Govardhan
Tourists count Kusum Sarovar, a historical site and a pond located 2 km southwest of the much-famed Radha Kund, amongst the top tourist attractions in Govardhan. Such is the charm of this beautiful pond that one can spend hours soaking the enduring beauty and serenity of this historical site in Govardhan.
Kusum Sarovar is one of those famous places of tourist interest that lies on the route of Govardhan Parikrama. Jawahar Singh, the king of Bharatpur, built the imposing monumental structure in the backdrop to add a unique grandeur to the setting of Kusum Sarovar. On all four sides of the Kusum Sarovar, there is a series of steps that lead upward to the historical building. The arcaded walls that surround the pond boast a depth of around 60 m. Someone constructed this historical construction in 1764.