TAJ MAHAL!!!!! - The Spirit of Discovery

TAJ MAHAL!!!!! WHO BUILT THE TAJ MAHAL? In spite of various traditions and conspiracy theories that pop up every other day, most of the historians

have reached to a conclusion that Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan built Taj Mahal. The order of the construction was passed in the year 1631 A.D and the construction started that very year. According to the rock edict that is place at the gateway of Taj, it has been concluded that the construction work was carried by 22,000 laborers and was completed in the year 1654. The chief designer of this mausoleum was Isa Mohammad Khan who was assisted by Ustad Isa of Persia. Qazim Khan of Lahore did the golden embroidery works where as Amanat Ali Khan of Iran did the

calligraphy. Mohammad Arif was the chief supervisor. It was later claimed that Italian designer Geronimo Veroneo, designed the Taj Mahal but there is no solid proof to corroborate the fact. The confusion might have arisen because of the fact that Isa of Isa Khan means Christ in Arabic and that led European to believe that the designer was a christen. P.N. Oak claimed in his book that Taj Mahal was a Hindu Temple but both Judiciary as well as body of the historians thrashed his bizarre and laughable arguments.

Shan Jhan built the Taj Mahal so he could remember his wife! Where is it? The Taj Mahal is in India (the capital is

New Deli). Did you know that the Taj Mahal is in Asia?(Thats a content!) Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001, India This

is the Taj Mahals address TOP 5 FACTS! 1 * THE TAJ MAHAL WAS COPIED FROM

OTHER BUILDINGS!!!! 2 * THE TAJ MAHAL WAS BUILT BY SHAN JHAN FROM LOVING MEMORIES OF HIS WIFE!

3 * THE TAJ MAHAL WAS SYMETRICAL INSIDE AND OUT, BUT IT ISNT NOW BECAUSE ONE OF THE TOMBS IS BIGGER! 4

* THE TAJ MAHAL IS MADE OUT OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF MARBLE! 5 * THE TAJ MAHAL IS 171 METERS TALL! WHICH IS AS TALL AS A SKY

SCRAPER. TIME FOR THE 5 question QUIZ!!!! 1 *Which content is the Taj Mahal in?

A, Africa B, Asia C, Antarctica ANSWER 1

B,Asia! 2 *Who built the Taj Mahal?

A, Shan Jhan B , Oman Jhan C, Bhan Jhan ANSWER 2

A, Shan Jhan 3 * Is the Taj Mahal symmetrical? A, YES

B, IT USED TO BE C, NO ANSWER 3

B, It used to be 4 *How many different types of marble were used? A, 1

B, LOTS C,10 ANSWER 4

B, Lots 5 * How many people were buried in the Taj Mahal? A,2

B, 30 C, 12 ANSWER 5

B,30 THANK YOU FOR TAKING PART IN MY QUIZ! Before you go, one last thing..

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TAJ MAHAL

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