Wednesday, May 26, 2021

The Taj Mahal, a World Wonder on the Basis of Love Evidence



Everyone recognizes the Taj Mahal as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This building is a tomb that is considered sacred, built of white marble which symbolizes purity, love and pain. It seems that no other building in the world has a similar concept to the Taj Mahal.

A Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore calls the Taj Mahal “a tear drop on the cheek of time” which means a tear that falls on the cheek of time. This building stands firmly in Agra, India. Many stories develop around this exotic building. Let's review some interesting facts about the Taj Mahal.

The Taj Mahal is a tourist icon from India. The building, which is located in the city of Agra, India, has a history according to Islam, especially in its architectural form. The history of the Taj Mahal according to Islam can be seen from its architectural standards. This is because the Taj Mahal building carries the dome architecture and calligraphy which is commonly applied in mosques.

The Taj Mahal was built by Mughdal Emperor Shah Jahan as a reminder of the death of his beloved wife. His wife was named Mumtaz Mahal who was his 3rd wife, he died during the process of giving birth to his fourteenth child in 1631.

That feeling of loss was what made Raja Shah Jahan build the Taj Mahal. The building was built in memory of his wife. The construction of the Taj Mahal took up to 22 years. The length of time for this construction is directly proportional to the architectural results contained in the Taj Mahal. At that time, the construction of the Taj Mahal cost up to 32 million rupees. The current currency value has amounted to more than IDR 6 trillion.

This beautiful building during its construction also took more than 20 thousand workers. In addition, the building designed by Ahmed Lahauri also uses up to 1,000 elephants to carry building materials.

Even the most luxurious buildings today cannot beat the splendor of the Taj Mahal. Because they were built using red bricks but this is not the case with this luxurious building on the banks of the Yamuna river. The entire walls of this magnificent building were built using white marble.

Walk along the paths beside reflection ponds with fountains to mausoleums made of soft & pure marble and gems with semi-precious stones, where in the serenity of paradise the Queen resides in peace with her King. Come to open the pages of the past to unleash the charm of its mystique and enrich your imagination of the epic magic of rock.

The elegance of perfection of proportion and the grandeur of the geometric patterns of the beautifully landscaped gardens enhance the serenity of the entire complex together to add to the splendor of this delectable form of love, dedication and purity, 'The Taj'.

The perfection of the Taj Mahal lies in its very symmetrical structure. Even the world admits that the Taj Mahal is the most symmetrical building in the world. The structure of the building has four perfectly identical sides. This can happen because the architect applies the principles of replication and symmetry in his geometry and architecture.

If you are on vacation to India, don't miss visiting here with your family.

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