The Taj Mahal - greatest monuments of India

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The Taj Mahal is one of the greatest monuments of India, constructed in the name of love and devotion to a woman of unusual beauty. Not having analogues of its greatness, it reflects the wealth of the whole epoch in the history of the State. Building of white marble was the last gift of the great Mongol emperor Shah Jahan his late wife Mumtaz Mahal. The Emperor ordered to find the best craftsmen andinstructed them to build the mausoleum, which had no analogues in the world. Todayit is included in the list of the seven most magnificent monuments in the world. Built from white marble and decorated with semiprecious stones and gold, the Taj Mahalhas become one of the most beautiful buildings in the world of architecture. It isinstantly recognizable and one of the most photographed structures in the world.
The Taj Mahal has become a jewel of Muslim culture in India and one of theuniversally recognized world masterpieces. For centuries it has inspired poets, artistsand musicians who tried to translate his invisible magic in words, pictures and music.With 17 centuries people have traveled across continents to see and enjoy this amazing monument to love. Centuries later, he still charms visitors with itsarchitectural charm, tells of a mysterious love story.

 

Taj Mahal (literally "Palace with dome") today is the most well-preserved and architecturally beautiful mausoleum in the world. Some call the Taj "Javanshir in marble", for many it is the eternal symbol of love nevânuŝej. English poet EdwinArnold called him "not a work of architecture as the other buildings, and lovetorments the Emperor embodied in the living stones", and Indian poet RabindranathTagore considered him "a teardrop on the cheek of eternity".
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