Ram Bagh

Ram Bagh, Agra: Address, Phone Number, Ram Bagh Reviews: 3.5/5

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Yogesh P
775 contributions
Feb 2020
Nice location for spending time with family and friends. Nice location and good seating space. Well maintained garden. I have spent one hour here.
Written 25 February 2020
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Nish0901
New Delhi, India1,147 contributions
Nov 2019
Rab Bagh is a big garden in the middle of Agra City. You have to pay 25 INR to get entry. The cost for foreigners is more. Photography is allowed free of cost. The garden is at the bank of River Yamuna.
Written 25 November 2019
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MarkfromtheIsland
Duncan, Canada837 contributions
Oct 2019
The Agra government is pushing guides and travel consultants to promote this site. It was the resting area for visiting dignitaries as they came in on the river to Agra in the 16th century

Now it's a garden. No water in the water features. The structures are poorly maintained and you can't enter them.

This is more of a quick historical kind of visit - you can easily give it a miss
Written 22 October 2019
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Calling India Tour
New Delhi, India162 contributions
Jan 2019
The first building on the site was a garden house built in 1835 for the wet nurse of prince Ram Singh II.[1] In 1887, during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh, it was converted into a modest royal hunting lodge, as the house was located in the midst of a thick forest at that time. In the early 20th century, it was expanded into a palace to the designs of Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob.[2] Maharajah Sawai Man Singh II made Rambagh his principal residence and added a number of royal suites in 1931.
Written 3 April 2019
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Vipul Singh
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India48 contributions
Nov 2018 • Family
Once a good place to visit, this park feels like a heritage of bygone era these days. Authorities have completely forgotten to upkeep it and are more interested in popular attractions like Agra Fort and Taj Mahal.
Written 30 March 2019
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Arshad
4 contributions
Mar 2019 • Family
I am astonished by seeing the beauty of this garden, visited after 20 long years ago, looked like garden of Kashmir by its architecture, restoration and preservation deserves appreciation. Even during summers cool winds are blowing due to nearness of river yamuna. Excellant place to visit
Written 23 March 2019
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disha
29 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
India the most diverse nation and large from Great Himalaya in the North and the tropical peninsular South, has great legacy of this Ancient country. This Country has a great acceptance of Invaders like Aryans and others. But 1526, a Tiger entry, through Panipat and Khnwa, of Zahir Uddin Muhammad Babur, who was a King at the age of just 12 Years of Fergana presently Uzbekistan and direct descendant of Timur and Genghis Khan and faced lot of setbacks, succeeded to establish the Mughal Court or Mughal Dynasty In India at Agra. The beginning of the most exciting era, and The Ram Bagh, Aram Bagh Garden Of Rest and also called the Bagh-I-Noor Afshan Light Scattering Garden, originally built by Babur Defender Of Faith, in 1528. It is a Persian design, pathways, canals, viewing pavilions facing to Great Jumna River and a beautiful series of water cascades, no doubt a great attraction and also have the special summer undergrounds. This place had become the temporary burial after his death on 26 Dec 1530, and later moved to the Bagh-E-Babur, in Kabul. In my view this review must be interesting as nobody was aware that The Golden era's foundation was laid, by this great Emperor a Defender of Faith
Written 28 January 2019
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TheKnight2014
Agra, India203 contributions
Sep 2018 • Family
Rambagh surely is a breathe of relaxation in the middle of polluted foundry nagar & national high way. Huge place vastly extended with lot of vegetation around.
Written 19 December 2018
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Kaushik G
Mumbai, India4,068 contributions
Dec 2017 • Friends
During my vacation in Agra, I had visited this beautiful Mughal garden called Ram Bagh. Entrance tickets to this garden is cheap - 10 rupees for Indians and 200 for foreigners. This is the oldest Mughal garden in India built by first Mughal Emperor Babar. We liked the well maintained manicured lawns, big trees and the many pathways & canals(no water though) criss crossing the garden. We enjoyed clicking pics on the 2 pavilions showcasing Mughal architecture and facing the Yamuna river. Many locals can be found relaxing in the garden.
Written 6 August 2018
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ekramullahchowdhury
Sydney, Australia1 contribution
Jul 2018 • Couples
The architecture is brilliant. People are friendly and safe to travel around. Very hot and humid is summer.
Written 1 August 2018
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