Agra- Aagra had been being remained the capital of Mughals from very beginning, or say like this from very Babur. The initiation of the Agra Fort is renowned as the Red Fort of Agra, was built by great Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1665. It took around six years to consummate this forceful red sandstone colossal to be used with an eye of military battalion at that time. Jahangir custom-built some trivial edifice work at his reign period and Shan Jahan, son of Jehangir has been the greatest of construction and architecture in Mughal heredity began to use Agra Fort as his palace and court and got it done many embellishments in it.
Taj Mahal - The Crown Palace awesome Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal located in Agra in India built by Shah Jahan, personification of glory and love. It is more excellent than any other creation of all Mughal architecture. Its gigantic and spotless beauty impresses you to core of your heart. This everlasting palace was built by The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the remembrance of his dearly loved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal took 22 years, 2200 labours with 1000 elephants employed in consummating.
Red Fort - Shah Jahan got the Red Fort Built also after the Mughal Capital Delhi from Agra. Initially it is known as Qila-e- Mubarak later on became renowned as Lal Qilla or Delhi Fort. Its creation started in 1638 and accomplished in 1648 and it found the grade of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. The glorious and splendid structural design of the Red Fort is wonderful combine with Persian, Indian and European fine art outline and is one of the most eye-catching monuments of Delhi.
Qutub Minar - The Qutub Minar, the highest brick built tower in the world located in Mehrauli in South Delhi. Its name was kept after its founder Qutubuddin Aibak, who founded its creation. His successor and son – in – low, Iltutmish, consummated it later on. Motivated with the tower of Jam in Afghanistan, it was got to build in 1193 ad. It is one of the most excellent memorial constructions of the Indo- Islamic Architecture of the Mughal Era.