Agra - The city next to Taj Mahal
Agra is located by the Yamuna River in North Indian, in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is India's 19.th biggest city, and has about 2 million inhabitants. Agra is most famous for its popular tourist attraction, Taj Mahal. It was built during the Mughal Empire, and it's considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. Agra was the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1526 to 1658.
Agra has an oceanic climate. Summer lasts from March to September, and temperatures can rise up to 48,5 degrees Celsius. Monsoon seasons are from July to September. Winter lasts from November to February, and is considered as the best season for tourists.
Education in Agra
The schools of Agra have always been very valued. During the Mughal Empire, Agra was the flourishing center of Islamic education. In Agra, education aims to share knowledge, wisdom and equity.
How to get to Agra?
Agra Airport is located 12,5 kilometres from the city central. City is easily reached by railroads and highways from Delhi and Mumbai. Agra is situated 200 kilometers from Delhi. Chaudhary Charity School is located 10 kilometers from Agra's center.
Associate in Agra
Chaudhary Welfare Society
Chairman Mr. Balbir Singh