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India Travel Tours sharing information about Taj Mahal one of eight wonder’s in the world. The Taj Mahal Is Symbol of love towards Muhgal emperor shah jahan’s beloved beautiful wife ‘Mumtaj Mahal’ real named ‘Arjumand Banu Begum’. In this Presentation We Tell you some other thing about the Taj Mahal – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Eight Secrets Of Taj Mahal

India Travel Tours sharing information about Taj
Mahal one of eight wonders in the world. The Taj
Mahal Is Symbol of love towords Mugal emperer
shah jahans beloved beuatiful wife Mumtaj
Mahal real named Arjumand Banu Begum. In this
Presentation We Tell you some other thing about
the Taj Mahal
Eight Secrets of Taj Mahal
  • Optical illusions can be spotted everywhere
  • The planners and skilled workers of the Taj
    Mahal were experts of extents and traps of the
    eye. When you initially approach the fundamental
    entryway that edges the Taj, for instance, the
    landmark shows up unimaginably close and huge. Be
    that as it may, as you get nearer, it
    shrivelsprecisely the opposite you'd anticipate.
    What's more, in spite of the fact that the
    minarets encompassing the tomb look flawlessly
    upright, the towers really lean outward, which
    serves both frame and capacity notwithstanding
    giving tasteful adjust, the columns would
    disintegrate far from the principle sepulcher in
    a calamity like a seismic tremor.

Eight Secrets of Taj Mahal
  • The most famous myth is probably false
  • As per a famous legend, Shah Jahan needed
    frantically for the catacomb to be a dazzling gem
    without an equivalent. To guarantee nobody could
    reproduce the Taj Mahal's magnificence, Shah
    Jahan as far as anyone knows disjoined the hands
    and gouged the eyes of the craftsmans and skilled
    workers. Notwithstanding the commonness of this
    horrifying story, students of history have
    discovered no confirmation to help the
    storyhowever it heightens the dramatization of
    the sentimental disaster.

Eight Secrets of Taj Mahal
  • Both of the cenotaphs are empty
  • Inside the Taj Mahal, the cenotaphs
    honoring Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan are enclosed
    in an eight-sided chamber ornamented with pietra
    dura (an inlay with semi-precious stones) and a
    marble lattice screen. But the gorgeous monuments
    are just for show The real sarcophagi are in a
    quiet room below, at garden level.

Eight Secrets of Taj Mahal
  • Its (almost) perfectly symmetrical
  • The Taj Mahal is the zenith of Mughal
    engineering, built with faultless symmetry as
    indicated by the precepts of the period's style.
    Minarets flank the domed tomb, and a focal pool
    mirrors the primary building. The patio
    nurseriesa natural portrayal of heavenare
    partitioned into quadrants, and twin red
    sandstone structures (an east-bound mosque and a
    west-bound guesthouse) give the sepulcher complex
    an adjusted concordance. There is, be that as it
    may, one special case. Shah Jahan's cenotaph is
    particularly situated west of the focal pivot,
    diverting from the harmony. The odd situation has
    persuaded he never intended to be covered there
    by any stretch of the imagination.

Eight Secrets of Taj Mahal
  • The Taj gets regular facials
  • Age and contamination has incurred
    significant injury on the Taj Mahal's shining
    white marble façade, which has turned earthy
    yellow under the dirty conditions. Occaionally,
    the landmark is given a spa day. In particular, a
    mudpack facial called multiani mitti. This
    customary formula utilized by Indian ladies to
    reestablish brilliance is connected, and
    afterward washed off with brushes, after which
    the Taj's flaws vanish, and its sparkle returns.

Eight Secrets of Taj Mahal
  • It changes color throughout the day
  • One of the charms of the Taj Mahal is its
    always showing signs of change tint. From sunrise
    to sunset, the sun changes the tomb. It might
    appear to be silvery dim and pale pink at dawn,
    stunning white at high twelve, and an
    orange-bronze when the sun sets. In the
    nighttimes, the Taj can seem translucent blue.
    Extraordinary tickets are even sold for full moon
    and overshadowing viewings.

Eight Secrets of Taj Mahal
  • A second, black-marble Taj Mahal was being
  • Keep in mind the aimless arrangement of
    Shah Jahan's cenotaph? Neighborhood legend says
    that Shah Jahan needed to build a shadow picture
    over the Yamuna Riveran indistinguishable,
    however inverse Taj Mahal cut from dark
    marblewhere he would be buried. It was said that
    development stopped after Shah Jahan was
    dismissed by his child (unexpectedly, an
    offspring of Mumtaz Mahal) and detained at the
    adjacent Agra Fort. A few students of history
    have expelled this story as fables, as well.

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