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Day 1, Arrive at Agra, transfer to pre-booked hotel, check in freshen up then proceed fot   Industrial visit to Shoe Manufacturing Company , Agra's footwear industry is considered to be the largest footwear industry in Asia. Over 60 per cent of people in Agra are connected to this business.  Agra is India's primary footwear manufacturing centre, accounting for around 65 percent of total domestic demand and 28 percent of the country's overall footwear export. The overall shoe industry in Agra is worth more than US$ 100 million per year. The annual footwear production in Agra is estimated to be over Rs 470 crores. The United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Russia, Canada, the Netherlands, South Africa, and Spain are the primary footwear importing countries from Agra. After the visit as per the available time visit Sikandra Tomb or Dayal Bagh, dinner and night stay at the Hotel.

Day 2, After Breakfast Depart to Mathura, Many of the temples in Mathura are devoted to Krishna and his spouse, the goddess Radha. The curtain in front of Krishna's statue at Banke Bihari Temple is opened and closed every few minutes. Radha is represented with a gold plate beside Krishna at the Radha Raman Temple. The Prem Mandir temple is a massive white marble structure., after visit to  Krishna Janam Bhoomi visit Vrindavan temples , like Prem mandir, Vaishno devi temple, Iskcon, Bankey Bihari followed by Journey back to Agra, dinner night stay

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Day 3, After Breakfast , proceed to world famous Tajmahal, An magnificent mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648 by command of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, the Taj Mahal is the gem of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage. Post lunch visit Redfort, The Agra Fort is a mediaeval fort in the Indian city of Agra. It was the main palace of the Rajput rulers of the Sikarwar dynasty until the Mughals captured it in 1638, when the capital was moved from Agra to Delhi. The "Lal-Qila," "Fort Rouge," and "Qila-i-Akbari" were all nicknames for it. After the visit drop at Railway station board train your destination.

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Industries in Agra

Shoe Industry

After China, India is the world's second-largest footwear producer, with yearly production of 2065 million pairs.

The footwear business in India is a very important component - in fact, it is the engine of growth for the entire leather industry. Its footwear exports are estimated to be around US$ 2500 million. The mediaeval city of Agra is home to India's largest footwear cluster. Since the 15th century, Agra has been known for its footwear industry. Agra has about 250 mechanized/semi-mechanized units and 5000 cottage businesses, with a daily production capacity of 3,000 to 5,000 pairs. In the cluster, it supplies roughly 4,00,000 employment. Agra now supplies 65 percent of the country's domestic demand and accounts for 28 percent of the country's total footwear exports.

Other Major industries in Agra include Electrical Goods, Fans, Pipes, C.I. Casting, Floor, Leather Goods ,Steel Rolling, Packing, Milk Products.

There are three Industrial Areas in Agra that cater the above said industries , these are

U.P. S.I.D.C. Industrial Areas

  1. Foundry Nagar : This Industrial area was setup at Foundry Nagar over 65 acre of land. The 234 plots were developed there.
  2. Sikandra A.B. : This industrial area was setup at Sikandra over 65 acre of land. The 112 plots were developed there.
  3. Skiandra C : This industrial area was setup at Sikandra over 142 acre of land. The 297 plots were developed there.

About Agra

Agra is home to the world-famous Taj Mahal. Agra's history predates the Taj Mahal, yet it is mentioned in the Mahabharata's epic Mahabharata as Agrabana are Paradise. Ptolemy, the famed geographer of the second century A.D., labelled it Agra on his world map. According to mythology, the modern city was founded by Raja Badal Singh (about 1475 A.D.), whose fort, Badalgarh, stood on or near the current site. However, the Persian poet Salman, who lived in the 12th century A.D., describes a fierce assault on the fortress of Agra, which was then held by one King Jaipal, by Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni. Call us for Agra Industrial visit

Mughals were the ones who finally provided Agra with the finest monuments that architects could create: The Taj Mahal of Shah Jhan, Akbar's Agra Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daulah, and neighbouring Sikandra are just a handful of the countless monuments that dot the city, each bearing silent witness to the city's majesty through the decades. Write to us for Agra Industrial visit


Despite the fact that Agra was an ancient city dating back to the period of the Mahabharata (see above), Sultan Sikandar Lodi, the Muslim monarch of the Delhi Sultanate, built the city in 1504. Sultan Ibrahim Lodi, the Sultan's son, inherited the city after his father died. He controlled his Sultanate from Agra until 1526, when he was defeated in the First Battle of Panipat by Mughal Badshah (emperor) Babar. Call us for Agra Industrial visit


The Mughals ushered in the city's golden age. Under the Badshahs (emperors) Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan, it was known as Akbarabad and remained the capital of the Mughal Empire. It is the name of one of Akbar's original twelve subahs (imperial top-level provinces), which border the subahs of (Old) Delhi, Awadh (Oudh), Allahabad, Malwa, and Ajmer. In the year 1649, Shah Jahan relocated his capital to Shahjahanabd.

Because Akbarabad was one of the most significant cities in India during the Mughals' reign, it saw a lot of construction. On the banks of the Yamuna River, Babar, the founder of the Mughal dynasty, put out the first traditional Persian garden. The Aram Bagh, or Garden of Relaxation, is the name of the garden. His grandson Akbar the Great built the Great Red Fort's tall ramparts, as well as establishing Agra as a centre for learning, arts, trade, and religion. Fatehpur Sikri, a new city on the outskirts of Akbarabad, was also established by Akbar. This city was carved out of stone in the shape of a Mughal military garrison. Call us for Agra Industrial visit

Akbar’s son Jahangir was a horticulturist who built various gardens inside the Red Fort or Lal Qil'a. The Taj Mahal was given to Akbarabad by Shah Jahan, who was known for his profound interest in building. The tomb was erected in 1653 in loving memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. During Shah Jahan's rule, the capital was moved to Delhi, but his son Aurangzeb usurped his father and imprisoned him in the Fort of Akbarabad. During Aurangzeb's reign, Akbarabad was the capital of India until 1653, when he moved it to Aurangabad in the Deccan. Call us for Agra Industrial visit


After the Mughal Empire fell apart, the city was influenced by the Marathas and given the name Agra before falling into the hands of the British Raj in 1803. Write to us for Agra Industrial visit


When the British founded the Presidency of Agra in 1835, the city became the centre of government, and just two years later, it was the site of the Agra famine of 1837–38. During the 1857 Indian insurrection, news of the rebellion reached Agra on May 11th, and on May 30th, two companies of native soldiers, the 44th and 67th regiments, rebelled and marched to Delhi. Call us for Agra Industrial visit


The following morning, native Indian troops at Agra were compelled to disarm, and on June 15, Gwalior (south of Agra) revolted. The British were forced to retreat into the fort on July 3rd. A tiny British army at Sucheta was defeated and forced to flee two days later, prompting a mob to sack the city. However, the rebels advanced on Delhi, allowing the British to re-establish order by July 8. In September, the British captured Delhi, and the following month, rebels from Delhi and Central India marched on Agra, but were repelled. Following this, British control of the city was re-established until India's independence in 1947. Write to us for Agra Industrial visit


How to Reach Agra

There is no shortage of communication and transportation in the home of one of the world's seven wonders. The city is situated in the heart of India, close to the country's capital, New Delhi, which is around 240 kilometres distant. Agra does, however, ring the tourist cities. The distance by road between Jaipur and Agra is around 230 kilometres, while the distance between Gwalior and Agra is 120 kilometres. Cities like Mathura and Brindavan are also encircled by Agra. The distance between Mathura and Agra is roughly 60 kilometres, while the distance between Brindavan and Agra is approximately 80 kilometres.

By road, Agra is around 330 kilometres from Uttar Pradesh's capital, Lucknow, and 280 kilometres from Kanpur. The distance between Khajuraho and Agra is approximately 450 kilometres, and the distance between Jhansi and Agra is approximately 225 kilometres. As a result, the road network to Agra is well-developed, connecting all of North India's major towns and other tourist spots.

By Air


The Kheria airport in Agra also serves as a military base. Regular flights from Delhi , Lucknow, Bangalore is available . The flying time between Delhi and Agra is less than an hour. Agra city is 13 kilometres from Kheria airport. To get to the city, take a cab from the airport, which should take about 10-15 minutes depending on traffic.

By Bus

Buses run frequently between Agra and places such as Delhi, Jaipur, Gwalior, Lucknow, and Kanpur. Buses run between these cities on a daily basis. Idgah Bus Stand (located in the heart of the city and 8 kilometres from the Taj Mahal) and ISBT (placed on the outskirts of the city) are Agra's two major interstate bus terminals, which is 12 km from Tajmahal.

By Train

Agra is well connected to most cities in India, as it is located on the Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Chennai routes. Agra is accessible by train from towns including as Delhi, Jaipur, Gwalior, and Jhansi. Agra is also well connected to cities around India, including Kolkata, Mumbai, and Chennai. Agra has five railway stations: Agra Cantt (the main station), Agra Fort, Raja ki Mandi, Agra City, and Idgah Railway Station. The Taj Mahal and Agra Fort are both within walking distance of the Agra Cantt train station, and can be reached by pre-paid cab, auto rickshaw, or even cycle rickshaw.





Best Time to visit Agra

October to March: Autumn and winter are the finest times to visit Agra because the heat has subsided and the weather is mild and ideal for sightseeing. Spend a day strolling through the grounds of the Taj Mahal and taking in the splendour of this majestic masterpiece.

Imagine in mind. Consider the city of Agra. The Taj Mahal appears in your mind's eye almost instantly, almost as if it were a reflex. The greatest ode to love the world has ever seen, pale, pearly, and brilliant. Allow your eyes to broaden and travel past the Taj Mahal. Agra is much more than this. Fatehpur Sikri, a beautiful and historically significant town, is home to the exquisite Buland Darwaza, Panch Mahal, and Salim Chisti's mausoleum. Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located there. Peaceful Persian gardens can be seen peeking through the city's structures.

Summer in Agra (April to June)

Temperature: During the summer, the air temperature varies between 23°C and 40°C. call us Agra Industrial visit

Weather: Summer heat arrives in Agra at the end of March. The weather becomes increasingly hot and dry. April and May, on the other hand, are the months to watch for. Temperatures soar to a scorching 40°C (and possibly even more). The city of Agra has been simmering for the majority of June. However, pre-monsoon rains begin to appear toward the end of the month. call us Agra Industrial visit

Monsoon in Agra (July to September)

Temperature: During the monsoon season, the air temperature varies between 25°C to 35°C. call us Agra Industrial visit

Weather: When the monsoons arrive, Agra sighs a collective sigh of relief after the sizzle and scorch of the summer. Showers ranging from light to heavy, with the odd downpour. The temperature drops somewhat, while the city remains hot and humid.

Winter in Agra (October to March)

Temperature: During the monsoon season, the air temperature varies between 7°C to 36°C. call us Agra Industrial visit

The weather in Agra in the winter is one of the main reasons why many people believe that winter is the finest time to visit Agra. The heat and rain gradually dissipate, and the city is enveloped in a lovely freshness. During the winter months, temperatures plummet to as low as 2°C. During the winter, the average temperature is between 8 and 14 degrees Celsius. This is a perfect time to go for a walk about the city, though the heavy fog that descends on Agra during the winter may make it difficult.

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Agra in Uttar Pradesh is India’s most popular tourist destination, home to the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s seven wonders. This historic city is filled with monuments, architectural marvels, and magnificently planted gardens that bear witness to the Mughal dynasty’s majesty. While keeping its excellent arts and crafts, the city also has a thriving food sector.

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The city, formerly the capital of the ancient Mughals, remains proudly today on the banks of the River Yamuna, with a royal legacy that appeals to all. Visitors can stay at opulent hotels, buy at malls and plazas, and eat contemporary specialities at expensive restaurants while admiring the grand structures and weaving through crowded chowks and bazaars.

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Agra is mentioned in the Mahabharata as ‘Agraban,’ or a vital element of the Braj Bhumi, or Lord Krishna’s realm. During the reign of Raja Badal Singh, a Sikarwar Rajput king who is reported to have constructed the city in 1475, many notable historical events are said to have occurred in the city. However, it rose to political prominence with the Lodhi dynasty’s Sikander Lodhi (1498-1517). Under the reign of Mughal ruler Babur in 1526 AD, it was given a fresh lease on life. He was an arts supporter who wanted the city’s residents to appreciate the better things in life.

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Babur’s descendants, emperors Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan, all added to the city’s opulence in terms of riches, patronage, and architectural marvels. Agra became a centre for art, culture, education, and trade. The city’s delectable cuisine, awe-inspiring architecture, and arts and crafts are all reminders of its historic past. Agra is a haven for crafts like marble and soft stone inlay work, and its rich repertoire of arts and crafts has seeped into its current characteristics as well. Nur Jahan, the Mughal empress, is supposed to have personally overseen the growth of arts and handicrafts in this region. She was reputed to be a zari embroidery expert herself.



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