Shri Mankameshwar Mandir – It is housing a idols of the deity and a statue devoted to Lord Shiva. It is sacred Hindu temple near Agra fort railway station. During Lord Shiva festive and On Monday it gets heavily crowded.
Address : Daresi road, Lahor gali, Near jama masjid, sheb bazaar, mantola, Agra, Uttar Pradesh – 282003
Balkeshwar Mandir – It is devoted to hindu lord shiva and is one of the ancient temple of Agra. It is located on the bank of Yamuna river. During NAVARATRAS this temple goes full of crowd. It is a Hindu temple located across four corners of Agra. This temple is believed to be 700 years old and located on the banks of Yamuna. During Sawan a Fest is organised to pray Shiva, Shivalinga is decorated with Rudraksha during Navratri.
Address : Balkeshwar Ghat Wasan, Kailash Nagar, Kamla Nagar, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282004
Soami Bagh Temple : It is a mausoleum to huzur swamiji maharaj. It is also called radha swami smadhi. He established the Radhaswami Faith in order to amalgamate all religions. This building is 110 feet and in construction since 1904. Bhandara Ghar and Bhajan Place is located next to it which attracts thousands of Devotee. You will find the building similarity with all religious faith.
Address : Soamibagh, Dayal Bagh, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282005
Rawli Temple : Rawli temple is one of the very old temples in Agra. Its peaceful & would give one lots of positive energy. Easy to approach. This is very old Shiva temple of Agra. All devotees visit the temple on every Monday in large number. It is very much crowded on Mondays.It is situated on the main road inside the city. All devotees have firm faith that what they will ask from Lord Shiva they would get it. Except on Monday It is advisable to visit the temple to avoid crowd.
Address : Mahatma Gandhi Rd, Panchkuian, Rakabganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001