Interesting & Amazing facts myths about Taj Mahal India

By | January 13, 2017

Interesting & Amazing facts myths about Taj Mahal India


Taj Mahal a piece of art known as love symbol and controversy all over the world. The monument for whom people visit India from different countries. This historic place has its own popularity and counted in wonders of the world. Today, we relate you to Interesting & Amazing facts myths about Taj Mahal India which blow your mind. Let’s start



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Interesting & Amazing facts myths about Taj Mahal India


  • According to Hindus Taj Mahal is a Shiva temple, whose real name is “Tejomahaly“. Because in any Muslim country there is not such a building whose name was Castle (mahal). The word castle (mahal) is not found in the Muslim. There are much more such things but this is still a controversy.


  • Shah Jahan was married seven times and he made Taj Mahal in name of his fourth wife who died while giving birth to her fourteenth child. After her death, Shah Jahan married her sister.


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    The Taj Mahal was covered with a scaffold during WWII to make it look like a stockpile of Bamboo and misguide any enemy bombers.


  • Taj Mahal holds the 3rd position in Top 7 wonders of the World. It takes 22years to build the Taj Mahal and about 22,000 labours built it.


  • In 1632 about an amount of 3.2 crore rupees was used to build this monument. If today we want to build Taj Mahal it takes an amount of 6800 crore rupees. 


  • Do you know that Taj Mahal is stable on wooden pillars which require moisture to stand strong and they get that moisture from Yamuna river.


  • Taj Mahal is the most famous monument where most of the people visit every day to see it and approximately around 12,000 people watch it daily.


  • In the Taj Mahal, about 28 different types of stones were used. The marble used in it is from Rajasthan, China, Afghanistan and Tibet.


  • World War II, 1971 Indo-Pak war, and after the 9/11 attacks Taj Mahal was covered with bamboo rims. To prevent damage to the Taj Mahal.


  • After building white Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan’s dream was to build the same type of black Taj Mahal. But his son Aurangzeb imprisoned him in the house and he could not fulfil his dream.


So, these are Interesting & Amazing facts myths about Taj Mahal India.

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