Col. Lamba Indian Homestay

58: Gulmohar Enclave, Shamshabad Road, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 282001, India
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South Gate of Akbar's Tomb, Feb 2009South Gate of Akbar's Tomb, Feb 2009

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Agra train station

by smirnofforiginal

Hello fine people, would anybody happen to know if Agra train station has a holding place for luggage... I will be travelling from Delhi to Agra (for a day trip0 and then getting a train to Jaipur that night and I don't feel like lugging backpacks around. Thank you :-D

Re: Agra train station

by MacedonianUK

Yes, Agra Fort train station has holding facility for your luggage. As Agra fort trainstation will be the one which you will take your train to Jaipur.
But is not western style metal boxes tho.
It is one big room with lots of shelfs, where atendant stores your luggage.
You might want to get yourself good lock and chain for your backpacks before you hand your luggage to the atendant. The price is Rs 20 per hour or
Rs 100 for 24hrs.
The Luggae room is located on lane 1 next to the Chif Station Master office. On your right when you enter the departure at trainstation itself.
There is also first % second Class waiting lounge, which is quite nice...
One thing tho, of all the train stations I have been in India, Agra is the most drtiest. At night time lots of rats have a nice long walk on the trainlanes., beware of those pesky crriters..

Re: Agra train station

by smirnofforiginal

Excellent - thank you... I had assumed it would have but I have learnt to never assume anything ;-)
Also thank you for the idea of chaining the backpacks together - I would not have thought of that but it is a very good idea and ensures our luggage stays together and is probably harder to lose that way too!!
thank you

Travel Tips for Agra

The river Yamuna

by georeiser

The quiet river Yamuna flows through Agra and behind Taj Mahal. Yamuna is the largest tributary river of the Ganges river. The riverbank of Taj Mahal is fenced to prevent people sneaking into Taj Mahal, where you have to pay 750 Rupies to get in.

My first glimpse of the Taj Mahal

by grets

From my journal:

'My first glimpse of the Taj Mahal, through the arches of the main entrance gateway, simply took my breath away. There was something so magical about the whole atmosphere, I must confess I was so moved I had a lump in my throat and tears in my eyes. I was not the only one, several others said they felt the same way.'

melting in Agra :)

by ukirsari

Agra was the imperial capital of the Mughals during 16th - 17th centuries. the Mughal emperors who governed here were: Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan. and they're left many forts, mausoleums and gardens.
then with the decline moments after the Mughals, Agra was captured by the Jats, Marathas and the British. so, several colonial buildings can be seen here too, like Fort Railway station, St John's College [designed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob] and Saint George's Church of Agra.
and about Agra nowadays, i found her by the end of the summer is ... melting! and in my own lingo, i can say "kotanya simpang siur". the city is still charming but hectic and bit dirty :( traffic jam from the city to Taj Mahal and Agra Fort, vice versa! i can melted myself on the bus :D

A woman squating

by l_joo

A woman squating was originally not a tip in tourism but now since VT is a wild idea exploring place, why not we turn it inot a tip. Although we don't understand why she squat but who said a tip need a special reason?

Equality in Labor?!

by Manyana

Due to extreme poverty, Indian women are equal to men in labor; carrying heavy stones, fixing gardens.
It might be considered as equality to some people, but it is sad to see a lenient woman works that hard!
This picture taken before the gate leading to Taj Mahal.


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