Agra:- Agra is a place situated in Uttar Pradesh, known for the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders in the world. If you want to get the essence of the architecture of the Mughal Empire, you should visit Agra. There are many places like Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort, Akbar’s Tomb and many great places. Agra is situated on the banks of river Yamuna located in the west and is near to places like Delhi and Lucknow. People can take the bus, train or flight to the Agra. it is one of the most populous city in Uttar Pradesh and 24th Populous city in India.
Taj Mahal:- Taj Mahal the jewel of Muslim art in India is one of the great places to visit in Agra situated near the bank of River Yamuna and called as the symbol of love. It is the monument built by King Shah Jahan for his Begum Mumtaz. Taj Mahal Means the Crown of Palaces in the Persian Language. It is a Unesco world heritage site. It is the great achievement in the Indo Islamic Architecture.It covers the land over 60 bighas and is made from white marble obtained from Makrana in Rajasthan. The construction took place from 1631 to 1648. It is a completely symmetrical building which emphasizes Bilateral Symmetry. The water fountains and channels at the entrance are spectacular.
Agra Fort:- Agra Fort also know is Red Fort, It's designed during the time of 16th Century, an era marked by the invasions and fortifications. The place where power was symbolised by building grand palaces and forts. It is situated near the gardens of Taj Mahal. It is also known as Red Fort of Agra build from red sandstones. There are Jahangir Palace and Khas Palace and a grand hall of audience Diwan-i-khas. It is an ode to the great and rich legacy of the Mughals Agra fort for residence to the Mughals till 1638 when capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi.
Krishna Janam Bhumi(Mathura):- Krishna’s birth place is a major religious place of Mathura where followers of Hindu religion consider Lord Krishna as the birth place. It is also surrounded in disputes because Jama Masjid, which is attached to it, is a religious place for Muslims. Lord Sri Krishna's birthplace is not only important at the national level, but it is known only from the birthplace of Mathura Lord Sri Krishna at the global level.Today, this grand attraction is established by the inspiration of Mahamna Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya ji. From the point of view of tourism, from abroad also come everyday for Lord Krishna's philosophy. Lord Krishna sees a large number of citizens in the world as adorable and come to see them.
Vrindavan:- Vrindavan has an ancient past, associated with Hindu culture and history, and is an important Hindu pilgrimage site since long. Of the contemporary times, Vallabhacharya, aged eleven visited Vrindavan. Later on, he performed three pilgrimages of India, barefoot giving discourses on Bhagavad Gita at 84 places. These 84 places are known as Chaurasi Baithak and since then are the places of pilgrimage. Yet, he stayed in Vrindavan for four months each year. Vrindavan thus heavily influenced his formation of Pushtimarg.
Sri Rangji Mandir is dedicated to Lord Sri Goda-Rangamannar, Goda or Andal as she is popularly known in South India was a famous 8th century Vaishnava saint who had composed "Tiruppuvai" which centers around her love for her beloved Lord Krishna and his leela bhoomi Vrindavan. She pines for him, fasts for him, sings songs in his praise and wants to attain him by marrying him. Lord Ranganatha who is none other than Krishna answers her prayers by becoming her bridegroom. In Sri Rangji Mandir, Lord Krishna is present as the bridegroom with a walking stick in his hand as is the custom in a traditional south Indian marriage. To his right is Andal and to his left Garuda, the bahana of Lord Krishna.