It is No Mirage the Wonder and Allure of Private Taj Mahal Guided Tours

The Taj Mahal in Agra is an architectural wonder. This is one of India’s most famous attractions. When you arrive at the private Taj Mahal Guide, you fully understand why it is one of the seven wonders of the world.

This is not only its magnificent charm, it will enchant you with the many sightseeing tours offered by the Taj Mahal, and it is also a romantic story behind its creation.

This white marble, symmetrical monument is majestic, especially from the main portal when you arrive at the private Taj Mahal. There are hotels on both sides of the mosque, with four spires in each corner.

The interior of Taj Mahal’s private culture tour is impressive. This is a very grand, symmetrical and enjoyable experience, including grave.

Finally, if the monument is not enough, then there is a symmetrically arranged garden for hiking on the Taj Mahal.

When deciding to visit here, you should really plan to use private Sunrise Taj tours. This is the most spectacular moment of the day and sees all its glory and romantic wonders!

It is worth the early start of a private sunrise Taj tour to see the United States

Taj Mahal

The romantic story behind the construction of the Taj Mahal began in 1607 when it was the son of the fourth Mughal emperor in India. Shah Jahan, 14, had met with 15-year-old Muslim Persian Princess Arjumand Banu Begum and fell in love with her at first sight. Their game was grandly held in 1612.

After becoming an emperor in 1628, Shah Jahan entrusted Arjumand Banu with the royal seal and called her Mumtaz Mahal, which means “the gem of the palace.”

Shah Jahan also has other wives, and Mumtaz Mahal is his favorite and she carries with him, including participating in military operations.

Mumtaz Mahal passed away due to complications from the birth of the 14th child. It was on her deathbed that Shah Jahan promised to never remarry and built the best mausoleum on her grave.

After 22 years of hard work with 22,000 workers, the world’s most beautiful mausoleum was completed and the Shah Jahan shoulder tomb and Mumtaz Mahal died in 1666.

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