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Anguri Bagh, Agra

#3 of 10 in Parks in Agra
Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
An elegant courtyard built as a pleasant retreat for royal ladies, Anguri Bagh features an open-square design centered on a geometrically patterned garden. Built by Shah Jahan in 1637, the site was famous for its fertile harvests of flowers and grapes and served as the central area of the "zenana," a private zone in which women relaxed and socialized. The surrounding structures once housed royal bathhouses. To visit Anguri Bagh on your trip to Agra, use our Agra attractions planner.
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  • This was a vineyard, maintained by the Empress as her Emperor was very fond of wine. Beautiful gardens for long walks and pictures  more »
  • Good location for spending time with friends. Garden is well maintained. Many different plant in garden. Peaceful location. Really nice place.  more »
  •'s just a part of Agra fort. U can see it when u get inside the fort..Agra Fort (with a tourist guide)is a must watch to understand the richness our India had in the past!! All jewel studs,golden plating of buildings was stolen by bloody British people.
  • Part of the Agra fort. It will take you a few minutes to see it. Originally used for walks by the queens. Apparently, grapes were grown there for the emperor's wine. The gardening was done in a very sophisticated manner. Just walk by it, you will see and understand it without giving it any time

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