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All ppl requesting for updated number may pls take a note of new number.Written 1 December 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- On entering the Art Gallery, the demonstration of grinding small and some minute pieces of semi-precious stones by hand is very interesting. This sets the tone for being shown the excellent array of beautifully crafted items for sale. The owner, Virender Sing, son Rahul and other staff are extremely welcoming and hospitable. They are also consummate salesmen, so I'd advise not entering with a limitless budget !
The variety of carved, inlaid marble items is huge and very impressive. I believe this is the only place producing these works of art. They also produce jewellery items with star rubies and star sapphires. Lovely place to visit (with caution!) if you're looking for very special gifts for friends, relatives or yourself.
I bought a few too many items, my favourites shown in the photo. They arrived in Thailand on time and expertly packed. NO Chance of any breakages. Thank you gentlemen !Written 17 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- On my visit, the majority of attendees were locals coming to pray and worship at this Sikh temple. The premises are well maintained, be prepared to remove your footwear to enter the temple.Written 20 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Dayal Bagh seemed a welcome change- a Remarkably calm and peaceful oasis in midst of madness of the bustling city of Agra. The newly completed temple is worth a visitWritten 26 November 2018
- Very old Shiva temple situated in the middle of crowded part of the City. Pujari is good a very nice and powerful energy can be sent in the templeWritten 25 June 2023
- Marvelous place , artistic expression in all dimensions , for me it's better than any other place of Agra.Written 21 February 2020
- Interesting, but then became unsure how authentic and unique it all is based on the hard sell. Some very nice products but overpriced. However, on a short trip sometimes there’s no time to bargain shop and I like what I boughtWritten 7 August 2023
- 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 KohliWritten 28 April 2019
- This temple has glory of lord shiva since raja Mansingh has founded this temple. Whosever visits here found calm and peace of mind body and soul.Written 22 April 2019
- St Georges Anglical cathedral is beautiful to see with lots of carving in marble especially the bishop's chair- the cathedra. It is poignant to see the memorials to those who died during the colonial era, especially when they were children who died from disease. Enjoyed looking at the pews with the notches for placing a rifle for the soldiers. Beautiful Holy altar in white marble.Written 22 February 2019
- Nice park, well maintained. Nice to walk around and away from wallahs and air pollution. Pretty big.Written 23 November 2018
- Experience Nostalgia at its peak at this British Church of the 20th Century , There is regular service and mass held but I just visited and found silence and a amazing bond to this place established. Excellent Place - Do Visit!Written 16 June 2018
- It is a very beautiful and old temple. It is situated in Raja Kaira at Shamsabad Road in Agra.The temple has a beautiful Shivlinga installed inside the main sanctum along with a Nandi.Devotees take blessings from Lord Shiva by offering- Sugar, honey, Milk, flowers and the holy water of Ganges. Kanvarias also bring divine water to offer on Lingam during Shravana Maas.Written 27 April 2018
- I always had the desire to visit Bateshwar, the abode of Shiva while crossing Agra - Lucknow expressway and finally made a decision to take a detour one day and it was worth it.
Its a set of some 40 temples out of which only few can be visited but the place is so peaceful on the banks of Yamuna that it attracts you towards it.It is generally not very crowded and one can sit on the banks of Yamuna in the early morning or evenings.
Do carry your own stuff to eat and there are no proper toilets and stay arrangements.I wish such an important place (mentioned in many religious scriptures) is better maintained!Written 4 May 2022
- The Chini ka Rauza was built in 1639 by Mullah Shukhrulla Shirazi or Allama Afzal Khan, the prime minister of Shahjahan; he built the tomb for himself, following a tradition used by several others. Where Afzal Khan differed was in the architectural style he chose, a combination of Persian and Afghan styles.
The Chini ka Rauza is named for the 'chini' ('porcelain' or tilework) that decorates it. When you approach the tomb from the road in front, the facade looks very shabby, with only very scattered bits of tiles in various shades of blue visible. But persevere; go around to the sides, and you'll see a lot more tilework, with lovely colours and intricate detailing.
While the inside of the tomb looks unprepossessing from outside, it's worth it to go inside: there's some lovely painting and vaulted netting on the inside of the dome.
No entry fees are charged for Chini ka Rauza.Written 1 September 2022