Anguri Bagh in Agra

Anguri Bagh is situated within the Agra Fort

Anguri Bagh is situated within the Agra Fort | Photo credit: Wiki-uk/Wikimedia

Anguri Bagh Overview

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Built by Shah Jahan in 1637, Anguri Bagh is flanked by the Khas Mahal on its east and red sandstone walkways on its other three sides. As the name suggests, Anguri Bagh was known for its rich harvests of grapes and flowers and was also the central area of the zenana. The garden was meant to be a private area of relaxation for the royal ladies.

It is made up of a concrete platform with a fountain in the middle. The garden is divided into various subdivisions with elaborate geometric patterns. To the northeast of Anguri Bagh are structures which were use as the royal bath houses or hamams and were extravagantly decorated with fine wall paintings.

  • Opening Closing Time 6 am to 5:30 pm (Daily)

  • Entrance Fee Rs. 20 (Indians), Rs. 300 (foreigners - a discount of Rs. 50 can be availed by foreigners if they holding a Taj Mahal ticket for the same day)

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