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aces=”true”>Several million tourists visit the Taj Mahal Indian grave every year. So it is hardly possible to take a beautiful picture Taj Mahal India without a lot of tourists in front of the palace. And yet the mass of visitors does not decrease. In recent years, security regulations have been drastically tightened out of fear of attacks. The visitors’ income quickly covered the many regularly necessary restorations. However, a 2007 report warned that industrial air pollution would cause the Taj Mahal India to turn yellow despite all conservation efforts.

Taj Mahal India – Symbol of Eternal Love

Up to eight million tourists from all over the world come to the Taj Mahal in Agra every year. There can be up to 70,000 visitors a day on select days.

But that’s not all: the visitors themselves also harm the vital palace. Due to the crowds of people, the building materials are subject to increased wear, so that access to the Taj Mahal is to be restricted to 40,000 visitors per day, so it was decided at the beginning of 2018 by the Archaeological Survey of India. A price difference is said to create an advantage for the Indian population, who can enter the monument for 52 cents, while foreign tourists can buy a ticket for € 12.50 and a visit of up to 3 hours is permitted. All of these measures are intended to help counter the decay of the Taj Mahal Palace, which unfortunately cannot be avoided in the long run.

Unique Persian-Indian architecture

The shape of the building resembles a mosque – an Islamic influence that was unique in India at the time and gives the building its unique charm today. The tomb of Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan is of such immense stability that even the four minarets arranged around the main building are slightly inclined, and are thus protected from falling onto the main building in the event of an earthquake. The fascinating monument is characterized by the extraordinary Mughal architecture, which was based on the construction of Indian rulers between the 16th and 19th centuries and, unlike other buildings of its time, was designed with burnt bricks inside, surrounded by white marble.

In front of the Taj Mahal is a large garden of fabulous 18 hectares with an elongated pool in the centre – the beautiful and probably most popular photo motif of the visitors, which runs through all social media channels. How exactly the gardens looked in the 17th century can no longer be fully understood today. In 1908, under the direction of a British lord, they were completely restored and primarily replaced by lawns.

Tourism at the Taj Mahal World Heritage Site

The Taj Mahal in India has been the most popular destination for newlyweds, but also foreign spouses, for decades. Visiting this love centre together should make and strengthen mutual love. Also, the important monument and the Agra Mosque is a regular point of contact for Muslim citizens as a place of prayer. But also because of the harmony of its proportions. Because of its artistic value. The Taj Mahal is seen as one of the most beautiful and outstanding examples of the Mughal style. In 1983 it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Since 2007 it has been one of the seven new wonders of the world.

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Have you been to the Taj Mahal India?

The entire history of the Taj Mahal, from its construction to its decay today, is very tragic. And yet this breathtakingly beautiful building is of such a peculiarity and great importance for the world. Even today, many people are only drawn to India because of the monument, so it is advisable to get up a little earlier if you want to feel the original atmosphere and avoid the large crowds of tourists. Have you been to the Taj Mahal India yourself, or are you planning to travel there soon? What do you think of the measures that have been put in place to protect the palace? Let me know your opinion in my comments. to see more Taj Mahal Tours packages click here

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