Art Galleries in Agra

Top Art Galleries in Agra, India

Art Galleries in Agra

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  • Joseph C
    2 contributions
    Great experience overall. Staff was very professional and described in detail each marble table and how they are made. Delivered to be here in USA very quickly.
    Written 9 May 2022
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  • Amolak Rattan K
    New Delhi, India3,027 contributions
    Made out of marble, this place gives you a very wide choice of decoration pieces in every range of prices to suit your budget. Their quality speaks itself.
    Governor Amolak Rattan Kohli
    Written 28 April 2019
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  • Amolak Rattan K
    New Delhi, India3,027 contributions
    You can pick up some nicely carved and beautiful decoration pieces from here made out of marble. They are really excellent and make an excellent gift for friends.
    Governor Amolak Rattan Kohli
    Written 28 April 2019
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  • Rajiv R
    Kochi (Cochin), Kerala, India575 contributions
    Like many others, we were also directed here by our cabbie. We went in with a pinch of salt, but ultimately it was good.

    You are always free to choose whether you want to actually buy the stuff there or not. We took our time, and though the sellers insisted, we did not spend on anything we felt was not worth our time and money. We opted for a beautiful sculpted plate that depicts Agra's (and India's) star : the Taj Mahal.

    The shoes that we purchased have also lived up to some hard conditions, and the sarees are also good. We would actually recommend this place.

    PS : The shops inside are all air conditioned, and you can come out feeling fresh. Just be sure to buy at your own interest, and not at the whims of the sellers.
    Written 15 November 2018
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  • ijsbrand d
    Falls Church, VA10 contributions
    Touseef International cannot be trusted. I bought a cabinet from him that he shipped to me but the item was damaged. Thousands of lame excuses later, I decided to drop the guy and have it repaired by someone that can be trusted. There are many vendors in Agra that sell high quality products for a more affordable price and with better services. Better stay away from this one.
    Written 29 May 2019
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  • Shaliz
    UK47 contributions
    We learnt a lot about the work involved in the marble inlays and really enjoyed watching the craftsmen at work. Sadly we could not afford to purchase one of the beautiful table tops but look out for the small elephants with a smaller one inside. Sounds weird but they are beautiful and I could not resist.
    Written 23 March 2020
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  • emanmahmoud1
    Newport, UK194 contributions
    If you are a marble art lover, then this is the place for you. They have everything you could think off. Yes pricy but I am sure it is still much cheaper than other countries. We were taken to it by our G Adventure guide, we first watched craftsmen working with a staff member explaining what they are doing. We were served tea/ coffee. Most of us ended up buying. My husband could not resist a marble Chess set (whit/olive green). Sale people are pushy as they are usually in similar countries.
    Written 25 February 2020
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  • dasnidhi
    New Delhi, India20 contributions
    This is a beautiful place to visit and buy some souvenirs while traveling to Agra! They keep everything from gems , jewels, marble stuff , Zari works to music instruments!! I luv the life size statues kept outside the shops as my daughter found it very intriguing! U can see the craftsman working on Zari inside the shop . It is a lost art and shop is trying to restore and preserve this dying art! Bargain if u can 😬☺️👏🏻👌🏻
    Written 19 August 2017
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  • Nimzuk
    High Wycombe, UK3 contributions
    Great selection of Indian handicrafts
    Wonderful service by the guys on the shop
    Highly recommend the shop
    Written 25 July 2018
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  • simplicityrules
    Seacliff, Australia71 contributions
    Another tourist trap. I was brought here by my tour guide (not on the itinerary).
    The owner was well spoken and seemed genuine, he explained all the different varieties of cashmere wool scarfed for sale.
    The one I liked was ‘four times woven baby wool’ at a cost of $180AUD. I contacted my local friend who told me that was a rediculous price, I should pay $70 at most and even that was expensive. The owner kept bringing his price lower when he knew I had a good source for pricing, and eventually we settled on $80. Still too expensive, but I had wasted so much time haggling for a scarfe I never intended to buy and was tired after a long day of touring. The owners brother gave me daggers.
    These scarves can be bought in Shimla or neighbouring areas for cheaper.
    Another tourist trap that I’m sure offers commission to guides
    Written 29 February 2020
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