Tajmahal 360 view
The Taj Mahal was described by Rudyard Kipling in the 1890s as “the embodiment of all things pure, all things holy, and all things unhappy.” It has also been called “the most extravagant monument to love.” Located in Agra, India, the Taj Mahal, which translates to mean “Crown of the Region,” is the world’s most famous Mughal monument. Now considered a national symbol of India, the Taj Mahal stands as an exquisite memorial to love, to faith, to vision. For many, the Taj Mahal transcends the boundaries of time, place, space and speaks a universal language of the mystical, the sacred, the divine.
The Taj Mahal is an otherworldly complex of gardens, canals, mosques, and minarets that has become an “international symbol of love, purity of design, and architectural perfection.” Mughal ruler, Shah Jahan, erected the Taj Mahal in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, and, many
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