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Sheroes Hangout

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Sheroes Hangout

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Taj Mahal Virtual Tour with a Guide(Online Experience )

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This is a virtual private experience, which will be explained by a local guide ,You shall meet online in a meeting with Guide .I would explain about each part of Tajmahal including The beautiful doors ,Inlay Work over the walls ,The Tomb Stones and the garden and many more other things. by sharing photos and vedio of Tajmahal complex .<br><br>You will experience the wonderful pictures of the Taj Mahal, I will explain in detail each part and share stories about Tajmahal along with the love story of King and Queen and how this beautiful monument was built and How much hard work was involved to finish this huge complex.<br><br>At the End of the tour ,I shall provide you some time andYou are free to ask questions about Tajmahal or anything about India .<br><br>Please Note : This tour is available as per your suitable timing according to your country standard time .if you don’t find your preferred timing while booking the tour then please send us a message so we can organise the tour accordingly
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dedestined wrote a review Jan 2021
Kanpur, India88 contributions92 helpful votes
This is not just an eatery, it is a concept. It's the face, the showcase of a cause, a very important one. Burn patients are a silent disabilty, & acid-attack survivors are truly tested by fire for absolutely no fault, they are the phoenixes, risen from ashes. An organization which gives voice, identity, respect, & livelihood support to such individuals, deserves, & claims, your attention, empathy, & monetary contribution. That said, the food is good. Variety is sufficient, speed & service are good. There is no question of value-for-money, as no prices are printed, you give what you feel is worth. Ambience is drop-jaw awesome. Also, we had kids with us, one aged 9, one aged 7. &, mark my words, THEY WERE COOL. They asked the relevant questions, were direct & curious, & they watched the documentary. When I thought it's getting a little heavy for them & tried to distract them, they "shushed" me. Please, take your kids there. There is no "too small" to introduce your child to humanity, empathy, & yes, also to the horrors of the world, to which these women were undeniably subjected, some at the age of 3 years ... You get to interact with the team, both survivors, & others in both ground-staff & managerial roles. They encourage conversation but do not breathe down your neck. They ask you to watch the documentary, but don't force anything else. There are merchandise on display, which you may choose to buy, or not. It is definitely a nice coffee/chai place. It's a great photo place. Let's admit, it's also a "I care"-snob place, but that's a good kind of snob. It is also a nice cozy quite-time place if you want to. & it is more.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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swati2312 wrote a review Mar 2020
Calcutta, West Bengal, India63 contributions14 helpful votes
Being in Agra, I spent my day in a different way! I shall cherish this adorable memory forever. I went to Sheroes Hangout, the Cafe run by Acid-attack survivors.There I met a bunch of sprightly young ladies and two friends, Meenakshi and Indu. We all shared our stories, the real stories. I located it quite easily. The Cafe is specious with good interior and nice display of handicrafts. Prices wise items are not very expensive. Service and Spreads offered were not only nice, but varied.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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aanondo wrote a review Jan 2020
New Delhi, India124 contributions19 helpful votes
This place is inspirational. I don’t think I can write anything more. The ladies are rockstars with wings of steel.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Sam333lion wrote a review Jan 2020
Quebec City, Canada105 contributions17 helpful votes
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I closed my trip with the visit of the mighty Taj Mahal! But ALSO.. With the visit of at sheroes hangout .For me this place is a MUST go in Agra as much as Taj Mahal.Its a cafe run by survivor of acid attack.A great issue in India.I meet many girls and woman who saw their life completly changed by hate and stupidity.It was on my list and the idea of this cafe is incredible. It give woman empowerement and better self confidences.It also spread the awereness of this terrible issue.Its a way for them to have a nice social life and improve their life. Lets face it, the way that woman are treat in the country is not perfect (as many other place in the world) but we should promote and fight for equality and mostly respect of the people. I really dont understand why people has put bad reviews over that place. How is your life to say that? Who care if you didnt enjoy totally the meal.The place is pay as you wish btw.It is for great cause and in my opinion I had good service and the food was better then some place I've been to Delhi They have move location and now the place is quite great. I had good time and a great talk with one of the founder and many of the girls there. If you go to the Taj and the fort..Put a checkmark and add this place for lunch time.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Departure635613 wrote a review Dec 2019
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This is one of the msot amazing places I have visited, in any country, ever. The mission of Sheroes in unique in that it empowers economics independence and community outreach to bring to light and - hopefully eliminate- the burden of a violent office. It is not just a sympathy story; it's a socially motivated business. We loved the variety of food that catered to locals and travellers from afar. There are no prices; everything is donation based - there is no pressure to donate but I recommend being generous! It will be hard not too. The restaurant itself is a aesthetically beautiful space. Stories of the women are all over, as are explanations of their current outreach activities. I know that Taj Mahal is a world wonder, but my experience here was just as awe inspiring.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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