History Of Taj Mahal

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THE SECRET OF TAJ MAHAL Submitted By: Arun Kumar Singh Roll no: BHO13TD20 Semester: TD-III ABSTRACT The moment I entered Taj Mahal, I saw that the monument is lined up with handicraft stalls. After waiting in the queue with the tourist from all over the world for some period, when I finally saw the “TAJ MAHAL” I was just so stunned to see the amazing beauty of this place. It feels like I have been transported to different era. I was mesmerized by the spectacular beauty of the Mughal architecture. The lush green surrounding and the intricate work by the artisans on the monument are breathtaking. Even the air there seems so magical. Moving ahead, after crossing the east gate, there it was the “Taj” in all its glory and splendor.…show more content…
• Red and yellow sandstone already had a long history in the pre-Mughal architecture of India. Patterns created out of red and yellow sandstone and Blackstone have already been mentioned. • A technique that was introduced during Jahangir’s time is that of intarsia, with assemblages of interlocking cut stones of different textures and colours to create patterns. (Calligraphy) (Architecture & motifs) INTRODUCTION OF TAJ MAHAL (1632-1643) • It was built in 17th century by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan's. It is the architectural master piece which has been never seen it before this is how it came to be made. • Taj Mahal is built in one of the glorious period in history. It is located in Agra (Uttar Pradesh). It is made in the memory of his wife Mumtaj Mahal and it is about 73mtr (240ft). • The construction began around 1632 and was complete around 1653. It is architect by Ustad Ahmad Lahauri. More than 3 million people visit Taj Mahal in the year (2003). (The Entrance Gate of Taj Mahal) • The center mausoleum is the final resting place of Shah Jahan’s Wife. Mumtaj died after to give birth of her 14 child Shah Jahan’s world his come to an…show more content…
This will be the biggest building project in early age. In this the central focus is Tomb of the entire complex of Taj Mahal. • The great marble engineer are taken a deep well to built up the water table n filled up with rocks on this space master build erects stones columns are built & gets together with by massif arches. • The result a solid mountain of stone to support the foundation lab with the building protecting the arch from the currence of the Yamuna River forever. • The basic structure is essentially a large multi-chambered cube with chambered corners forming an equal octagon. The dome is also called as onion dome. • The tomb of his father provides model of minarets & his great grandfather mausoleum has four cornered ta rats surrounding a central cord. • The Shah Jahan’s took a form of a great dome from the memorial to famous en-sister different models united in a perfect harmony. • There are 20,000 workers are played their role to make Taj mahal. The height of Taj Mahal is 73 meter (240ft), minarets 40 meter (130ft), Dome 35 meter (115ft). • Mumtaj mahal lies on a secret marble chamber

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