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Raja ki Mandi

Raja ki Mandi (Hindi: राजा की मंडी, Urdu: راجا کی مںڈی) is an area in Agra with shops selling all sort of clothes lining the streets. There is also a railway station at Raja ki Mandi by the same name.

Railway station

Raja ki Mandi railway station comes under North Central Railways on the Agra–Delhi Main line. Here a line goes to Agra Cantonment railway station (North Central Railways) and Lucknow railway Station.

See also

  • Mandis of Agra
  • Railways in Agra
  • List of trains stopping at Raja Ki Mandi [1]
  • List of trains stopping at Agra Cantt [2]
  • List of trains stopping at Agra Fort [3]
  • List of trains stopping at Agra City [4]
  • List of trains stopping at Idgah [5]
  • List of trains stopping at Yamuna Bridge [6]

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