The History Behind Agra Fort

Agra Fort was built in 1573 during the reign of Akbar, which was a great Mughal emperor. It has built over 4000 employees and eight years of trouble to complete the Fort. Knowing the meaning of its location, Akbar built the Mughal house for the main house. By 1638, the main house of the emperors of the Mughal state remained the fort. The fort has many important structures such as Jahangir Palace, Khasal Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas, Diwan-i, Machhi Bhawan and Moti etc. In 1638, the capital of the Mughal capital went to Agra from Delhi, for which the fort of Agra was to become the main residence of the Mughal emperors. The fort is separated from the palace on the day of his brother’s death, only 2.5 kilometers away. Often known as the Catic City, Agra Fort is the heritage site of UNESCO. Today, the fort is an important tourist destination and attracts many tourists from all over the world. We “Maharana cabs” inviting you to live the awesome experience of exploring and traveling the places with us. Book Tempo Traveller in agra with Maharana Cab and get 30% discount.

Important Structures Inside the Agra Fort.

1. Jahangir’s Hauz

2. Shahjahani Mahal

3. Babur’s Baoli (step well)

4. Nagina Masjid

5. Diwan-I-Am (Hall of Public Audience)

6. Ghaznin Gate

7. Bengali Mahal

8. Akbar’s Mahal

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The Agra Fort has many mansions and secret buildings in the courtyard. It is said that the entire fort is connected between the tunnels and other underground routes. According to historians, the kings who owned the fort during their fortress contributed to the secret tunnel for a specific reason. One of these tunnels is located near the water gate of the tunnel, which connects the fort with Yamuna.

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