Taj Mahal is a world-renowned building situated on the banks of river Yamuna in Agra Nagar. Due to its beauty and grandeur it is one of the seven wonders of the world. It was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved Begum Mumtaz Mahal.
Its architecture is a mixed model of Hindu-Muslim culture. Tourists from all corners of the world come to see the Taj Mahal. Seeing the Taj Mahal they remain enchanted. This memento is gentle and weak from every point of view.
Its beauty increases even in the moonlight night, the scattered moonlight on the white crystalline improves its shade. On the day of Sharad Purnima, milk is lit all around, a fair is seen to see it, there is always a stroll all night long.
This building is built on a high base of red stones. It has four towers tall and high on its four corners. Its giant dome revives its beauty in the middle of the four towers. There are large grasslands in front. Long part is between them, in which beautiful trees and fountains are engaged.
The fobbler’s view makes it adornable. Yamuna river flows behind it, whose natural shade also enhances the beauty of the Taj Mahal. This huge building made of marble is unique in its beauty itself.
There are two tombs under the main domes of the Taj Mahal. These tombs are from Mumtaz Mahal and Shahjahan. But these tombs are not real. These are so artificial. There is a basement under them, only real tombs can be seen in it. The devotees go down with full respect and see them. The remaining people are content to see the grave above.
It is said that the marble stone was brought from Rajasthan for its construction. Twenty thousand craftsmen and laborers used to work every day. It took twenty years to build it. Three crores of rupees of that time were spent on construction costs. Guess how much the value of these values will be today.
Today people ask why the emperor like Shah Jahan destroyed so many rupees by exploiting poor people in the Taj Mahal, but it is a memorial of human love. This dream is a memento of a princess’s love in marble.
It is also answered. This rupee earned from taxable people as tax was spent on artists, craftsmen and laborers. This money was not given to a foreigner. For the twenty-two years of the country’s poor laborers, this means of livelihood.
Nobody can deny the beauty of the Taj Mahal. At that time, diamonds, emeralds, gold etc. were studded in this building. They were taken out during the British rule. He was sent to Dhanlandland. Somewhere its glimpse is still visible as empty spaces.
Nowadays the arrangement of the Taj Mahal runs under the control of the Archeology Department. There is a ticket to enter. There is a ticket to enter. Only five o’clock in the Taj Mahal is permitted. Admission to the night is barred.
Attempts are being made to beautify its premises with the money received from ticket sales. It is necessary to save this magnificent building from pollution. For this, work on the purpose of planting dense trees around it is under progress. These trees will be able to protect the Taj Mahal for long periods by exploiting the pollution released from the factories tomorrow.