Taj Mahal not only makes India proud as it is listed among the Seven Wonders of the World, but it also stands out as the epitome of love that Emperor Shah Jahan revealed for his beloved Queen Mumtaz Mahal.
Taj Mahal is undoubtedly one of the key attractions of India enticing umpteenth number of tourists to visit and explore this symbol of love from all around the globe. Just walk by the pathways near the fountain towards the monument holding your beloved’s hand and soak in the beauty of that very moment!
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It is indeed very strange that just as love has many colours, Taj Mahal divulges a cornucopia of stunning shades to awe at! The monument appears pinkish in the morning, milky white during the day and golden during the sunset.
While you plan to visit Taj Mahal in India, make sure to explore the entire palace and must not miss out the following:
- The Mausoleum of the Emperor and Queen
- The Tomb
- The Tomb Chamber and the lower Tomb Chamber
- The Cenotaph and the Screen
- The Shish Mahal
The following jewels of Taj Mahal deserve long eye gazes too:
- The Dome
- The Minarets
- The main Finial
- The Monumental Porches have known as The Pishtaqs
- The Riverfront Terrace or the Chabutra
From the architectural point, built with red sandstone and white marble, this key attraction of India is a masterpiece of true virtuosos. Whether it is the jewelled tomb or the beautifully carved ceilings, you are sure to be hypnotised by its beauty and elegance.
Talking about the magic, visit Taj Mahal during a full moon night and experience the eternal moment which flashes across your mind and soul. During this period the monument appears to be a shimmering and polished diamond adjoined with vibrant gemstones of innumerable colours.