The Taj Mahal History in English



Ishq is a worshiper, then the Taj Mahal is a picturesque picture of that temple, seeing the love of this Ajimshana building of love, people still trust in love, because in this love there is dedication, sacrifice, happiness and everything that gives Ishq the right place.

In 1631, the empire of Shah Jahan waved his crown of victory everywhere. At that time all the Begums of Shahjahan, their most beloved Begum Mumtaz Mahalathi But the Persian Begum Mumtaz Mahal died when giving birth to his fourteenth child, the name of his fourteenth child was Gauhar Begum. Taj Mahal was constructed in the memory of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan (from reign 1628 to 1658) in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, the construction work of the Taj Mahal began in 1632.

Shah Jahan wanted the world to remember Mumtaz and his love story, that is why he wanted to make some historical heritage in his memory. In which Taj Mahal was built.

Tajmahal is located in the Agra city of India, situated on the banks of river Yamuna and the World Heritage Tomb. Tajmahal also includes the tomb and mahanghar, as well as both its gardens and gardens.

The construction of the Taj Mahal was completed in about 1643 but still to enhance its beauty and work up to 10 years. The construction of the Taj Mahal was completed in about 1653 and at that time there was an expenditure of about 32 million rupees for the construction of it, according to the construction information of the Taj Mahal 25000+ artisans did. Ustad Ahmad Lahauri is often regarded as its chief architect.

In 1983, the Taj Mahal became the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along with this, it was described as one of the finest human works, receiving universal acclaim for World Heritage. The Taj Mahal was declared as a gem of Islamic art of India. Rabindranath Tagore in his article, "The tear-dropping on the watch of time", was mentioned in the Mughal period, Bahot Si Vastuklao, and placed great works of Indian history in front of the world.

Each year, the Taj Mahal comes to see about 9 to 10 million people. In 2007, the Taj Mahal was also included in the world's 7 Wonders list.

Architecture and Texture:


The Taj Mahal was constructed in view of Persian and ancient Mughal traditions. Most of the inspiration they got from Mughalaklin other buildings such as Gur-i-Amir, Humayun's Tomb, Ishtid-ud-Dulah Tomb, and Jama Masjid. In the ancient Mughal period, the buildings were often constructed from Lal Balua stones but Shahjahan decided to build the Taj Mahal with a white marble. From this the beauty of the Taj Mahal has got four moons.

Begum Mumtaz Mahal grave-

Mumtaz Mahal grave is kept in the middle of the Taj Mahal. Begum Mumtaz Mahal Tomb is made of large and white marble, its tomb has been very well-decorated. According to the Muslim tradition, the detailed design of the grave is mind. Therefore, the body of Shahjahan and Mumtaz is buried in its relatively comparatively ordinary, real tombs, whose face is on the side and Mecca.

Mumtaz Mahal's grave is located in the inner chamber. The base of his grave is approximately 55 meters. The base of his grave and the Shringa Darshan form on top are both rooted with precious stones and gems. Mumtaz's calligraphy on this is recognition and appreciation. Shahjahan's grave is south of Mumtaz's grave.

There is also a well-known story behind the Taj Mahal, according to which the water stove on the first rain of monsoon falls on their tomb. As Rabindranath Tagore's motto is inspired by the description of this tomb, "A teardrop pearl ... on time cheeks" Such stories are popular in the history of Taj Mahal.

The picture of the supernatural beauty created by white stone on the banks of Yamuna River "Taj Mahal" has made its identity not only in India but also in the whole world. Thousands of people come here from far away to see this sign of love. After admiring the beauty of the Taj Mahal in the Dudhia Chandni, how many cats do you think, it seems all faint.

It is said that the craftsmen who built the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan had cut the hands of those artisans after the construction. Many of these types of claims are done in history with the Taj Mahal. The construction of this building has always been a subject of praise and pride. It has crossed the boundaries of religion, culture and geography and has made a personal and emotional response from the hearts of the people. Even today, people consider the Taj Mahal as a sign of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz's love affair. Today, one of the most beautiful buildings in the world is the Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal of Agra is considered a symbol of India's beauty and love.

Taj Mahal Information And Facts 


1. This charming building was made up of more than 25000 people, including laborers, painters, artists and many artists.

2. Approximately 1500 hats were used to move the goods when making the Taj Mahal.

3. According to historians, Shah Jahan had planned to build another Taj Mahal from Black Streets on the other side of the river, due to war with his son Aurangzeb, his plan could not be fulfilled.

4. Taj Mahal was built in memory of Shahjahan's third and the most beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal and it took almost 18 years to build it.

5. It is said that Mumtaz's death had a great effect on Shah Jahan, after his death, the condition of Shah Jahan had also been very bad. It is said that Shah Jahan was unable to forget Mumtaz till his death.

6. The shade of the towers of the Taj Mahal creates a mirror-like image. People also consider it a miracle, but many architectures have not been able to solve this puzzle.

7. Tajmahal is surrounded by the Mahamohan Garden and the historic buildings, which include the Masjid and the Guest House, around 17 hectares of land is spread over the Taj Mahal.

8. The total height of the Taj Mahal is around 73 m.

9. The Taj Mahal is seen in different colors in different times in the day; in the morning it is light pink and in the evening the dandelike white and in the night it appears light golden. Changing the colors of the logo means changing the mood (temperament) of women.

10. On the walls of Taj Mahal there were precious gems previously, but in the 1857 revolution, the British had suffered a lot.


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