Taj Mahal view from Yamuna River
Taj Mahal is the most visited monument in India. We recommended exploring the Taj Mahal on the banks of river yamuna from Dussehra Ghat Agra. Don’t Miss it. Once you reached the Taj Mahal Eastern gate. you can walk about 400 mtr. from Eastern Gate to Dussehra Ghat Agra. You can find a boat at Dussehra Ghat which can be approached from the road near East Gate towards Yamuna River behind Taj Mahal. Most of the days’ boatman is there in the morning and evening. There is only one boat in Yamuna river behind Taj Mahal.
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“taj mahal and yamuna river Stunning view can be seen from dussehra ghat agra in Morning and around sunset time.”
One can Reach to the Taj Mahal Eastern Gate from Shilpgram Parking by Battery Car or Bus. Also, you can go on a walk to Yamuna river and Taj Mahal . At Taj Mahal Eastern Gate, On your right side – There is a road toward Dussehra Ghat Agra. After Getting Yamuna near Taj Mahal you can view the Mehtab Bagh, and Taj Mahal. Mehtab Bagh is a place where Emperor Shah Jahan was supposed to build the Black Taj Mahal.
Taj Mahal beside Yamuna River
Dussehra Ghat Agra become a place for morning Walkers, tourists & Photographers to Explore nice views of Dussehra Ghat Agra, Temple on Ghat, Mahtab Bagh, Yamuna River and Taj Mahal. About 20,000 people worked in the Taj Mahal to build. Craftsmen from Iran, Afghanistan & All Over India
To explore the Agra you need one day. The major attractions are Taj Mahal & Agra Fort. These are close to each other, can be explore in half day. We offers Taj Mahal Yamuna, Ghat and Mehtab Bagh tour at attractive price.
Taj Mahal is closed on Friday. But dussehra Ghat is open All days.
India is famous for this luxurious wonder of the world, the Taj Mahal !! The ruler Shah Jahan was the heir of the ruler Babur who conquered this territory and founded the city!
Yamuna river pollution effects on Taj Mahal – How is Yamuna river affecting Taj Mahal?
Polluted Yamuna, not industrial emission, main reason behind Taj Mahal decay: study. Yamuna pollution was identified as a threat to the Taj five years ago, blaming the formation of phosphorous in the river water for the breeding of insects whose excreta was leaving patches on the marbles. Taj Mahal yamuna river pollution is a big threat for its life.
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