The the right at equal distances from the

             The Taj Mahal is one of the most
visited sites in the world and one of the seven wonders of the world. It was
built by Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor in the 17th century. It was built in
the commemoration of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died while giving
birth to their fourteenth child. The mausoleum is known for its stunning white
marbles and, calligraphic works on the walls. The site is well surrounded by
the beautiful gardens. It is a jewel masterpiece monument of India which is
visited by over three million tourists each year has been designed to face the
south direction so that sunlight is always shining on it. The entrance to the
Taj Mahal is an arched gateway with beautiful calligraphic artwork of Quranic
verses all over the gate. When you enter the gate, you will hear the beautiful
echo of all the sounds around before stepping on the pathway to Taj Mahal. As
soon as you enter Taj Mahal, you can see a mosque on the left and on the right
at equal distances from the palace. The pathway after entering the gate is a
fountain area filled with water leading to the Taj Mahal. On the other side of
the palace, the Yamuna river flows. The palace and its surrounding look
beautiful when it rains. I would advise anyone to visit this impressive
historical site. It is a place where Shah Jahan expressed his eternal love for
his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. The Taj Mahal means crown palace in the Persian

                Construction of the site began
in 1692 and it took over twenty-two years to complete. The site took over
twenty- two years to build since 1692. The manpower it took to build was around
twenty thousand men. The cost of building the monument was twenty-two thousand
rupees which were a huge sum of money during that time. The Taj Mahal was
designed by Ustad Ahmed. The Taj Mahal consists of the tomb (resting place) in
the center with, four minarets surrounding it. There is a mosque on the site as
well. The historical site itself is over two thousand years old.


                    To visit Taj Mahal, you should
apply for a tourist visa as soon as possible. Book a flight probably to New
Delhi. New Delhi would be the perfect choice due to its closeness to Agra.
Reserve a hotel in Agra near Taj Mahal where you would be staying. To visit Taj
Mahal, the opening hours are from six A.M to seven P.M. Remove your shoes
before entering the Taj Mahal to protect the floor from dirt. Visit the Taj
Mahal during summers due to the great and pleasant weather. Visiting the Taj
Mahal during winter is not advised due to thick smog all over Agra which could
disrupt your flight. There are three gates to enter the Taj Mahal- the east,
the west, and the south. The east gate will be easier to pass through due to
less crowding at the gate over there. Visit the Mughal gardens, the resting
place of Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan. Don’t forget to visit Agra Fort on the
way back to the hotel. Also, if you need more information on the Taj Mahal
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                  For anyone visiting the Taj
Mahal will have an amazing, impressive journey to the wonders of the Mughal
history. The visit to this great historical site located in Agra will enrich
your knowledge of one of the wonders of the world. The Taj Mahal remains a
historical remainder of love and affection of a beloved husband expressing his
love to his beloved wife. You will never forget this place after you have made
the visit to Taj Mahal. The image of the palace will remain deep in your mind
for the rest of your life.