What is the Meaning & Definition of Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is one of the most beautiful, delicate and surprising the world. Easily recognizable by its form and its beautifully maintained gardens, the Taj Mahal is located in India, in the eastern city of Agra, near the border with Nepal. While it may seem their external shape and its wealth of housing type or Government building, the Taj Mahal is a mausoleum built in honor of the wife of the emperor Shah Jahan Mughal in the mid-seventeenth century.
This building complex is one of the most rich and luxurious buildings in the oriental world since, to honor his deceased wife, the emperor Shah Jahan Mughal sought to decorate the walls, walls, floors and columns of this building with the most beautiful and flashy mosaics, sculptures and decorations. Taj Mahal is however not only the main building, but that the complex has buildings and side temples as well as beautiful gardens planned especially to ensure the tranquility of the place.
The Taj Mahal is the typical form many Oriental buildings, with its acebolladas domes, the presence of Lotus in numerous spaces and surfaces, the huge doors also with acebollados designs in their tips, capitals, columns and beautiful galleries where circular. Many specialists argue that to build Arab Persian and Indian styles, took into account both then turning this building into a unique art, unique work in the world.
Without a doubt, the possibility to know and explore the different buildings that are part of this complex is a unique opportunity. In this sense, its entire interior surface is decorated with beautiful arabesques, mosaics and sculptures from greater refining. Despite its breathtaking beauty and be considered one of the most important monuments of the human being (officially recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site in 1983), due to different situations and military aggression, the building has been damaged in some sections of its structure.
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