The last Lodi Sultan moved his money to Agra in 1504, and in spite of the fact that he was crushed in 1526 by Babur, the organizer of the Mogul realm, it remained Indias head city for very nearly two centuries. The citys most noteworthy days were amid the rule of Baburs grandson, Akbar the Great (1556-1605) who fabricated Agra Fort, and in spite of the fact that Shah Jahan made another Capital in Delhi his heart stayed here. In 1631 he picked Agra as the spot to build the universes most noteworthy landmark to adore - the Taj Mahal. For some, Agra speaks to the best and most exceedingly awful of India. The city is an overwhelming tactile ordeal for even the most solidified voyager; the avenues are foul, the air contaminated and, especially in the back roads around the Taj Mahal, you will run over the most persevering touts and sham vendors in the East. In spite of this, its superb sights alone make a visit to India advantageous. Agra, alongside Delhi and Jaipur, frames the Golden Triangle, Indias most loved vacationer course. Arranged only 125 miles (200km) south of Delhi, it makes a simple day trip via train. Then again it merits spending no less than a night here just to really value the wondrous Taj Mahal and its numerous states of mind; at day break the catacomb changes from dim to pink to splendid white.