Temples of Agra:
Besides being a city famous for its Mughal monuments, Agra does house a number of Temples which are also worth paying a visit to by any one travelling there.
Rawli maharaj Temple: This temple is located at the collectrate crossing and is one of the oldest temples in Agra.
Mahakal and Mahakali Temple: This temple is situated at the Sikandra crossing on the Sikandra Bodla Road. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Kali.
Rajeshwar Temple: The Rajeshwar Temple is located on the road to Shamshabd at the Rajpur Village.
Mankameshwar Temple: This famous Mankemeshwar temple of Agra is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located very near to the Agra Fort station at Rawatpura. During the month of 'Sawan' or monsoons as according to the Hindu calendar thousands of devotees come here for worship, especially during Mondays. It is recommended that one visits during the evenings so that you can experience the soulful Aartis after sunset. Markets dating back to the time of the Mughal era surround this famous temple which is at the heart of the old township of Agra. This sacred temple is located at one of the four corners of Agra city beside the Yamuna and is an ancient