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Description Tara Grand
The Hotel Tara Grand is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Agra.All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts.The guestrooms are equipped with non smoking rooms, air conditioning, inhouse movies, desk, television, television LCD/plasma screen, shower, mini bar.This beautiful Agra accommodation provides room service 24hr, bar/pub, laundry service/dry cleaning, meeting facilities , restaurant, room service, disabled facilities, tours to suit all guests' utmost convenience.Leisure and sports facilities available on the hotel's property comprise massage.Along with its convenient location in Agra, the hotel also offers a wide range of services and facilities to the guests.The hotel creates a balance of rich culture and modern convinience to ensure you a memorable stay. To make a reservation at the Hotel Tara Grand Agra with our secure online booking form, please choose your preffered period of stay.
The Baha'i House of Worship is more commonly known by the name of the Lotus Temple and is one of the most unusual modern buildings in Delhi. Looking more than a little like the Sydney Opera House, this striking white marble-clad building was designed by the Iranian architect Fariburz Sahba and was opened in 1986. Sahba received an award from the Institution of Structural Engineers for designing the temple whose shape represents the opening of a white lotus flower. The Lotus Temple is the 'mother temple' for the Baha'i faith for the whole of India.
Around the temple, visitors will find nine pools set in nearly 100 hectares of neatly manicured lawns. The Baha'i faith welcomes visitors to the temple regardless of their religious beliefs. VIsitors can view the building and attend the daily services. The Lotus Temple is reported to be the most visited building in India with over 4 million people visiting it each year. Entrance is free as is parking.
The Temple is open from Monday to Saturday from 8:30 to 12:30 and from 16:00 to 19:30 and is floodlit in the evenings after dusk.
Rajiv Chowk Station
Rajiv Chowk Station is the key metro station on Delhi's Metro Rail system. It lies directly underneath the centre of Connaught Place - the city's key shopping and office district. The station is the intersection point for the Blue and Yellow lines (one running north-south, the other east-west). The metro is open from 6 am with the last trains running at various times between 22.30 and 23.15 (depending on the destination). Fares range from 6 to 22 rupees depending on the distance to be travelled.
Qutb Minar and its Monuments Delhi
The construction of the Qutab Minar was started by Qutab-ud-Din Aibak in 1199. The tower is the largest in India and can be seen standing tall from miles around in the Delhi horizon.
Constructed in red and buff sandstone and covered with intricate carvings and verses from the Holy Quran. Qutab Minar has five storeys surrounded by a projected balcony and buttressed by stone brackets, which are decked with honeycomb designs.
The Qutab Minar is 72.5 meters high and there are 379 steps. The diameter of the base is 14.3 meters while the top floor's diameter measures 2.7 meters. There are numerous inscriptions on the Qutab Minar in Arabic and Nagari characters. The inscriptions state about the repair work done on the Qutab Minar by different rulers like Firoz Shah Tughlaq, Sikandar Lodi, as well as by Major R. Smith. The Qutab Minar was built on the ruins of Lal Kot, the Red Citadel.
In recognition of the historical and cultural significance of the site, the Qutab Minar was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1993.
Humayun's tomb is a UNESCO world heritage site in New Delhi. It was built by Hamida Banu Begum, the widow of Humayun as a mausoleum for her husband. The attraction today contains not just Humayun's mausoleum but also a complex of other tombs all set together in well-maintained gardens. The building was erected in the 16th century in classic Moghal style and is widely-believed to have been the inspiration for Shahjahan's Taj Mahal. The entrance fee to non-Indian tourists is 250 Rp (approx 4.5 Euros). It is open from sunrise to sunset on all weekdays.