Fatehpur Sikri is a city in Uttar Pradesh developed by the Mughal emperor Akbar, 40 kilometers away from Agra. It is a UNESCO world heritage site. As a Fatehpur Sikri travel guide will tell you, the place is an architectural marvel that takes us back to the 15th century when the Indian architectural style was evolving with all its might like a ducking becoming a beautiful swan. The first mentions of FatehpurSikri can be found in Mahabharta where it is called ‘Saik’. It has been continuously inhabited since prehistoric times and traces of this are found in inscriptions around this famous archaeological site.