Fairs and Festivals in Agra you can’t miss

Agra, one of the most important tourist destinations in India, is known for Taj Mahal, the symbol of love. The Mughal era monuments like Agra Fort, Akbar’s Tomb, Fatehpur Sikri remain as the priority sites for any visitor. Agra is also known for the fairs and festivals organized round the year. These festivals displaying the culture and tradition of the city and the state of Uttar Pradesh attract a huge number of tourists every year.  

 

An itinerary planned keeping these festivals and fairs in mind could be an enriching experience if you are planning to visit Agra by Bus. The Taj Mahotsav held by the Uttar Pradesh Tourism department in February last week every year provides an opportunity for folk artists, musicians, artisans and craftsmen to showcase their talent to the world. Many renowned artists and musicians also perform at the Taj Mahotsav.

Taj literature Festival held in the month of December has emerged as a leading platform for the gathering of the renowned writers from across the world. Taj Balloon Festival held in February and Ram Barat festival during the famous Ramlila season in September-October are other festivals known for the colourful celebration. Agra’s Ram Barat with over 125 years of history is one of the grand celebrations of Lord Ram’s marriage procession. This is known for the grandeur of celebration and display of India’s religious tradition.

 

Delhi to Agra bus tour is the most reasonable and time saving option for anybody planning to visit Agra during these festivals. Travel House Delhi offers well equipped fully air-conditioned buses with trained tour guides. All safety precautioned followed as per the government guidelines and measures taken to deal with post Covid-19 situation. Our Volvo buses have 2x2 push back seats for a comfortable travel.

 

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