The significant, beautiful architectural creation of Mughal Empire is still in all its beauty and finesse in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. Taj Mahal is a structure made purely by white marble, by Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor in loving memory of his 3rd wife, Mumtaz Mahal. In Arabic, the Taj Mahal is known as the “crown of palaces.”
- Taj Mahal is the result of a significant (Approx. 22000) number of laborers including painters, stone-cutters, etc.
- It took 17 years to construct the Taj Mahal, even after deploying such a massive number of workers for its construction.
- Taj Mahal is the most attractive Indian Tourist spot with over a million tourists traveling to see this magnificent structure of love.
- The raw material required to build the Taj Mahal was such in number that a thousand elephants were put to transport it to the site.
- It is a great spot for photography and scenic beauty with gardens surrounding the whole of the Mahal with waterfront to the main entrance.
- Children are fascinated by the size and beauty of the Taj when they visit and are always curious about more and more facts relating to the Taj.
- You can relish a wonderful sunrise and sunset moment at the Taj with Taj glowing in shades of Golden during that time.
Conclusion: The Taj Mahal is the symbol of Love. Shah Jahan always wanted his love for Mumtaz last forever in the eyes of people for centuries. So, when you visit the Taj, Don’t forget to get clicked.