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Holi
Holi / Dhulandi
Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. Holi is considered as second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali. Holi is also known as festival of Colors. Places related to life of Lord Krishna are known as Braj re
Gangaur
Gangaur Festival
Gangaur is one of the most vivid festivals rejoiced with great enthusiasm and happiness all over the Indian state of Rajasthan. In the word Gangaur, 'Gan' is the synonym for Lord Shiva whereas 'Gaur' stands for Gauri or Goddess Parvati. But mainly, t
Fatehpur
About Fatehpur
Fateh Pur Sikri, Fateh Pur Sikri travel, Fateh Pur Sikri tourism, Fateh Pur Sikri Historical Place, travel to Fateh PurIndia ground of kings and Maharajas and with royalty come royal palaces and forts. Most of the fort and palaces in India have been changed into heritage hotels now one can enjoy living like maharajah or maharani while staying at these hotels. India has a prosperous cultural past and this is reflected through the numerous forts, palaces and other monuments in the country. In Utt
 
Description
These days, Fatehpur Sikri is a deserted, phantom city. But the inner fortress is immaculately preserved. Its walls, palaces, baths, royal mint, courts and gardens still stand in splendid homage to a great visionary and builder. The heart of the palace complex however, is very much alive. For at the tomb of Sheikh Salim Chishti, a white marble cover set in the great courtyard of the Royal Mosque, pilgrims still come in thousands to offer flowers, tie a thread in the latticed screens, and to pray for the gift of a son. The Main Attractions of Uttar Pradesh Fatehpur Sikri Diwani-i-Am, Diwani-i-Khas, Ankh Michauli, Friday Mosque, Jodhabai's Palace, Salim Chisti's Mausoleum and the Everlasting Glory of Fatehpur Sikri. Diwani-i-Am is a Hall of Public Audience where the monarch sat and lent a patient ear to all the petitions he received. A paved courtyard was called the Pachisi where the monarch played chaubar, a game that closely resembles chess- using slave girls as pieces.