15+ Marvelous Photos of Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal was designed by two Persian artists including the 20, 000 workers labored on this marvelous structure. The tomb was completed on the death anniversary of Mumtaz Mahal. The building has squared corners with unequal octagon. Many designers worked on the structure of Taj Mahal and it steals the most fascinating features of the monument. It laid the foundation of red sandstone and for this it holds the gigantic white marble dome that glows in the dawn and reflects the colors of the rising sun and dusk. When the moon light reflects on it gives a pearly white look. On full moon it glows the shades of gold and blue. It has been believed that these reflecting colors actually represent the emotions and various woman moods.

The Taj Mahal fascinates the people from around the world due to its architectural marvels and beauty. This is a great place that should be visit at least once in your lifetime. The Taj Mahal is one of the great creations of Mughal architecture that combines various styles of Persian, Turkish, Indian and Islamic architecture. It is now among the new Seven Wonders of the World. Millions of people travel every year as it is the most visited destination of tourists by the Indians as well as foreigners. The most suggested time is October and February because of pleasant weather and ethereal monument that floats among clouds.

There is lot of impressive sights of this mysterious legendry tomb for all those who are unable to visit this marvelous place. This is a great and beautiful place to be added in your planner. It is the symbol of love and the most gorgeous monument that you will love to visit again and again. Here is some marvelous photos of Taj Mahal from various angles.

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