pack for Agra
Of course the Taj Mahal, which is rumored to change color as the sun rises and sets, the Red Fort, the countless women is saris. The undeniable love of the emperor for his wife, which can be felt everywhere: in the Mausoleum as well as in the Fort, which has an amazing view of the Taj Mahal.
orange tones (did I mention Tangerine Tango is Pantone's color of the year?), with pops of bright colors. Gold details.
Key points to consider:
it's HOT! (I went in May)
Shorts and short skirts are perceived as inappropriate in most Indian cities (except Goa - I hear) and considering you'll probably be traveling from a nearby city (like New Delhi), it's a good idea to wear either loose pants or a long skirt to avoid unwanted attention. I prefer not to wear sleeves in that heat, but a scarf to wrap around your bare arms is worth considering.
A relatively big bag is advisable for carrying water and wet wipes. You'll be needing both profusely!