History of Taj Mahal and Why Taj Mahal is Called Shiv Temple

Taj Mahal Agra

As you would know that there are 7 wonders in the world, one of the same wonders is the Taj Mahal. Which is located in Agra, India. So let us give you some information about the Taj-Mahal through this article. Taj Mahal is the crown of India. As we told you that Taj Mahal is one of the seven wonders of the world, so people come from every corner of the world and from different countries to India every day to see the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal attracts both native and foreign lovers alike. The Taj Mahal, built of white marble, is a model of workmanship and the Taj Mahal is located 5 kilometers from the city of Agra. The river Yamuna continuously follows its form behind the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal was built by “Shah Jahan”, the son of “Emperor Jahangir”, the grandson of “Mughal Emperor Akbar”. Shah Jahan’s beloved Begum i.e. wife’s name was “Mumtaz”. Where the Taj Mahal is located today, there was formerly a thick clump of dense trees. One day ‘Mumtaz’ told her husband ‘Shah Jahan’ that after her death, her memorial should be made here. After the death of Mumtaz, Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal with the help of his imagination and craftsmen. The Taj Mahal is an amazing piece of beauty. Beside it are 4 grand and high towers, the position of the main head is very large. Under the dome are also the Mumtaz Mahal and the real rooms of Shah Jahan. This beautiful idea of ​​marble makes society difficult to ignore. The main building of the Taj Mahal is scattered all around. There are thick red and velvet grass in front and flowers on both sides. People say that Shah Jahan had worked for 20 years by cutting the hands of the workers who built the Taj Mahal so that he could not build such a beautiful and stunning building again. Shah Jahan fasted ISKCON in the dome to see the Taj Mahal from the window of his palace so that he could see the memory of his begum from four lakes from afar.

The marble made from the milky moonlight of the moonlit night enhances the Taj Mahal and more. The Taj Mahal is an immortal symbol of love and sacred memory. However, it is believed that a Shiva temple was earlier built there and it is a gift given by Shah Jahan to the Rajputs. But it is not yet clearly known. When former US President “Bill Clinton” visited India, after seeing the Taj Mahal, he said that the Taj Mahal is the most beautiful building in the world. He believes that there is nothing more beautiful than the Taj Mahal, because he says that Shah Jahan had once put his heart into building this building. It is unknown from the people that what he sees in the Taj Mahal is behind the Taj Mahal. The right door of the Taj Mahal opens from the other side of the river. Mumtaz was the 14th wife of Shah Jahan. Mumtaz had a total of 14 children, of which 8 were boys and 6 girls. Mumtaz died thereafter. After Mumtaz’s death, Shah Jahan promised not to marry again. When you see this building with its head raised, it will be no surprise to you. As you get away from it, it attracts you. This is the reason that this building is included among the seven wonders of the world. The Taj Mahal became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 due to grandeur. It has also been declared the jewel of Islamic art of India.

More than 20 thousand laborers were employed to construct this amazing Taj Mahal spread over 42 acres. And it took 22 years (1631–1653) to build this Taj Mahal, its work was completed in many stages. The construction of the dome took only 15 years, the remaining work was completed in seven years. During this time, work was done with 1000 elephants who carried marble stones from one place to another. Skilled craftsmen were called from abroad to make it. Out of them 37 skilled artisans were assembled, under whose supervision about twenty thousand laborers worked. “Shilpastar Ustad Ahmed Lahori” was the head of its construction work. Lahori were Persian and were called from Iran. In addition, craftsmen from Central Asia were invited to carve the designs on the stone. The Taj Mahal is a symbol of Persian, Ottoman, Indian and Islamic architecture. You will be surprised to know that the Taj Mahal building is built on a wood. This wood requires moisture. As it gets moisture, it gets stronger. That is why the Taj Mahal was built on the banks of river Yamuna. Four towers have also been built around it. These towers balance the Taj Mahal. These minarets have been tilted slightly towards the outside so that during the disaster these minarets do not fall on the tomb and fall outwards.

Why is the Taj Mahal called a Shiva temple?

The Hindu community claims that the Taj Mahal is actually a Shiva temple. Its name is Tejomahalaya. His fact is that Shah Jahan’s Begum’s name was Mumtaz, Jade finally comes under Mumtaz’s captivity, while J at Taj Mahal. Besides, even if I had put the word Mum in it, it would have deteriorated, then why was the word Mum removed. Also the palace is not a Muslim word. There is no such building in any Muslim country that uses the word palace in its name. There is a Hindu temple in the Taj Mahal according to P-N-Oak’s book. All the arguments can be seen which prove this building to be a Shiva temple. All the fountains of the Taj Mahal work together and there is a tank under them. These fountains simultaneously release water when pressure is created after filling the tank. The Taj Mahal is also five feet higher than the Qutub Minar. The first selfie with the Taj Mahal was taken by a person named “George Harrison” through Les Eye Lens. The Taj Mahal is the most visited building in the world. Every day around 12 thousand tourists come to see it.

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