8 Taj Mahal facts including the tragic reason why it was built in the first place; Daily Sun

The Taj Mahal is one of the world’s most famous landmarks. Located in Agra, northern India, the spectacular white marble dome and its picturesque gardens may resemble a huge palace, but they were actually built as a mausoleum in the 17th century by emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife. Nowadays…

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How coronavirus will affect heritage tourism in India; Ruchika Uniyal & Anuja Jaiswal; Times of India

India has now shut all monuments under Archaeological Survey of India — including Taj Mahal and Red Fort — to public until the end of March. TOI looks…

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India closes the iconic Taj Mahal over coronavirus fears; Khaama Press

 

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Here Are 5 Reasons Why You Must Visit The Taj Mahal at Least Once; Dilip Merala; India.com

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Taj Mahal facts: Interesting facts about the historical monument; Shreshta Chaudhury Republic World

Taj Mahal facts have piqued the interest of readers to know more about the historical monument. Read on to know about the various intriguing must-know facts.

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11 Important Taj Mahal Facts to Know Before You Go; Megan Wood; SmarterTravel

Yes: The Taj Mahal is worth the hype. Before you cross this heavily visited landmark off your bucket list, read these essential Taj Mahal facts.

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The queen’s last abode; Sana Munir; The News

Nur Jehan’s tomb is a humble reminder of the ‘defiant’ queen who did not limit herself to the Zenankhana, like the royal women before her did…

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Taj Mahal: A love tribute to beauty; Andrew Masinde; True Vision


Approximately 204km, south of Delhi, is the city of Agra, the home of Taj Mahal, an embodiment of love and romance. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the monument attracts masses of domestic and international tourists from all over the world, all year round. When Andrew Masinde enters Agra, the first impression he got was that it is a congested city with nothing “worthy to remember” about it. Everything was quite ordinary.

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Top 26 Interesting Facts You Must Know About Taj Mahal; Swati Mishra; Tour My India

Taj Mahal- We know who built it and for whom but still there are hidden facts. Revealed here are the 26 fascinating facts you didn’t know about the Taj Mahal.

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What Is It Really Like To Visit Taj Mahal City in India?; Points & Travel

Thinking of ways to show someone you love them? A box of chocolates or a fancy night out is great, but what about giving them a massive marble tomb that will take 22 years to build and cost over 30 million rupees? Now that’s a display of affection. It also happens to be the story of the Taj Mahal, one of the most famous buildings […]

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