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Temple in Agra

Concrete white marble, red standstone and highly symmettical gardens, stunning tombs, mosques this what a layman traveller ‘s image of Agra. But other then this as well as Taj Mahal presence in this Mughal city many ancient Hindu temples have been also preserved.

Find below the list containing names of most important temples of Agra city.
Rawli Maharaj Temple:
This is near Collectorate crossing and considered to be one of the very ancient temple of Agra.
Mahakal and Mahakali Temple:
These temples are in Sikandra devoted to Goddess Mahakali People visit temple with great dedication and devotion.It is situated at Sikandra railway crossing on Sikandra Bodla road.
Rajeshwar Temple:
It is located on the road to Shamshabd at the Rajpur Village
Mankameshwar Temple:
Dedicated to Lord Shiva it is located very near to the Agra Fort. During the month of 'Sawan' thousands of devotees come here for worship, during Mondays. It is recommended that one must visit during the evenings to experience the soulful aarti after sunset.
Kailash Temple:
Dedicated to Lord Shiva in Sikandara  stands close to the river Yamuna. The best time to visit this temple would probably be during the months of August, September when the fair is organised.
Shri Agra Teerth: 
The main diety of this holy sight is Shri Chintamani Parshwanath.Situated on the banks of river Yamuna.The Jain trust known as Shri Chintamani Parshwanath Bhagvan Shwetambar Jain Mandir Pedhi is responsible for managing this holy sight popular among Jains.
Dayal Bagh Temple:
Situated at a distance of around 10 kilometres from Agra at Dayal Bagh. This famous temple houses the 'Samadhi' or memorial of Guru Shiv Dayal Sahib also known as Swamiji Maharaj. This temple is almost 110 feet in height and is believed to be nearly 150 years old.
Balkeshwar Temple:
Dedicated to Lord Shiva it is very close to the banks of River Yamuna. Also known as Balkeshwar Mahadev Temple
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