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How the Taj Mahal built? | History
How the Taj Mahal built? To Taj Mahal does not exist, could easily believe that the story of its construction the right fairy tale
The Taj Mahal is not there, could easily believe that the story of its construction the right fairy tale. Connected for Taj Mahal is a sad but very beautiful love story. Three hundred years ago, India was ruled by Shah Džahani, was the the height of his power. his favorite wife, who was beautiful and smart, like most of the world, declared it was his advisor. name was Mumtaz Mahal.
In 1630th the rulers beloved wife died in childbirth fourteenth child. emperor was so grieved that he was thinking about leaving the throne. In all this grief and sorrow beloved wife decided to pick the most beautiful monument that has ever existed.
called the most talented artists and architects of India, Turkey , Iran and Arabia to develop plans for the monument. More than twenty thousand men worked over eighteen years to build the Taj Mahal, one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. building is located on a square marble pedestal base, 7 feet high. minarets, or towers, rise to all four corners. and the building itself is over 50 meters high. It is an octagonal building of white marble, adorned with twelve kinds of semi-precious stones in the shape of flowers and inscriptions from the Koran in black marble - as the emperor was the Muslim religion - . Building material originating from many countries, from Arabia, Egypt, Tibet and various parts of India, and to transport all this material was used over 1000 elephants during construction! Car for himself to build the mausoleum of the same brand, but made of black marble, on the other side of the river, which ran over a bridge built of pure silver. However, before construction of the Taj Mahal was completed, his son, he was imprisoned in the castle, where the emperor stayed to the end of his life, looking across the river in the mausoleum of women by loved it.