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Five Things About Taj Mahal You Have To Experience It Yourself

When you land in Agra, the very first impression that you will make is that it’s a very congested city full of hustle and bustle, without any interesting sites to see. In fact, the whole city will seem to you like any other ordinary city until you realize that this is the same city that is famous all around the world for its international monument the “Taj Mahal”.

For many who have seen this beautiful monument in magazines, movies or read different blogs about it will find an aura and charm about it that catches the attention.  Additionally, it is a fact that Taj Mahal is one of the most visited monuments of the world and it immediately finds a place in your places-to-visit list.

Taj Mahal (2)If you are still confused whether you should make a trip to the Taj Mahal or not, here we have five reasons that will make you realize why you definitely need to visit it once in a lifetime and experience it yourself.Taj Mahal (3)

1.     The History

There is nothing more fascinating in this world than the Mughal history. Back in the 17th century the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan ordered the creation of Taj Mahal, which till today is the reminiscent of the Mughal period. It depicts the luxurious lifestyle and the grand royalty of the Mughals. A visit to the Taj Mahal takes you back in the time of the majestic era and you can fantasize all about the life of the Raja’s and Rani’s (kings and queens).

2.     The Glamour

Everyone in this world is aware of the Taj Mahal, as it has been showcased so many times in the Indian and Hollywood movies. The mesmerizing beauty of Taj Mahal is so captivating and adds instant charm to any frame in which it is shown, which binds you to wonder what it would actually feel like to be there in real.

3.     The Architecture

Taj Mahal is a brilliant piece of the Mughal architecture, every column, and area of Taj Mahal is an absolute work of art.  It is simply one of the most mesmerizing monuments ever built, which leaves its viewer awe-struck.  It took nearly 22 years to complete this masterpiece and to be honest the outcome was worth the wait. The building is built of semi-translucent white marble, which justifies the beauty of this monument. Once you visit this amazing place you will realize why it actually took 22 years to complete this masterpiece, every single wall has marvelous details embedded in it that only leaves a person with a feeling of amazement.Taj Mahal (1)Taj Mahal photography

4.     Wonder Of The World

The Taj Mahal has been part of the many lists that recommend the best places to visit in the world. It is clearly fair to say that Taj Mahal deserved to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is also a part of the UNESCO world heritage site. You would never in your wildest dreams want to miss the chance to see such a monument when you are in a country that owns it.

5.     The Essence Of Love

Taj Mahal is the creation of the eternal love that Shah Jahan had for his second wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died giving birth to their 14th child in 1631. All the time, effort and the utmost finesse involved in building this mesmerizing monument was the result of the never-ending love which Shah Jahan had for his wife. When you actually stand in front of the Taj Mahal with this thing in your mind, you actually start to feel something similar to that emotion which the emperor had for his love.

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