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Jama Masjid, Fatehpur Sikri

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Landmark Religious Site
The Jama Masjid in Fatehpur Sikri is a mosque in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India, completed in 1571-5 by Sheikh Salim Chishti.The Imam of the Mosque has been the late Hazrat Shah Muhammad Mazhar Ullah and now his son Maulvi Mukarram Ahmad leads the prayer.Being the mosque constructed by the Mughal Emperor,they are referred to as 'Shahi Imams'
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  • We stopped here between Jaipur and Agra for a quick look, at about 3pm. After parking and paying Rs100 for an autorickshaw to take us further in, we walked up to the Mosque and entered. We were immedi...  more »
  • Fantastic place to visit, lot of history and will help you understand how life in Raja India was. You have to leave your shoes out and walk in your socks or barefoot please be aware of that. You get a...  more »
  • Visiting this historical site with 43 degrees isn't easy. Once more a massive monument, to get there you need to pick up a bus along with other turists. Once you get there again a lot of children, you...  more »
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  • BEST TIME TO VISIT;; One can visit the place on all days of the week, from 7:00 a.m. in the morning to 6:00 p.m. in the evening. There is no entry fee. It takes around two hours to see the complete structure. The best time to visit is from October to March. Winter begins in November and can be pleasant during the day time. Nights are quite chilly. Summer begins from March and can get really hot from the months of April to June.
  • Beautiful- was told by others to skip it; but the mosque was my favorite part of this stop.
  • It was a joy visiting this place. The mosque has three gates and is surrounded by four tall towers and two minarets. The architecture of this mosque is incredibly marvelous. The experience was ruined a little bit because of the salesmen. The items they offered were overpriced and varied from person to person. I won't recommend you to buy an item from here. Instead, look out for the local marketplaces.
  • Nice place. Nice architecture
  • The place is amazing to visit as a historic monument but the experience was ruined by the salesman that were imposing their religious beliefs on others for selling the holy products to be take in the masjid.