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Garden Locate the items listed on the screen. Rock Portico Locate the items listed on the screen. Jewel Wall Click on the Jewel Crest. When completed a CAGE will be revealed. Congratulations you finished Chapter 1! Tile Puzzle 1 Click on the matches to complete the puzzle. East Portico Locate the items listed on the screen. Special tickets are even sold for full moon and eclipse viewings.
Eight Secrets of the Taj Mahal
Local lore says that Shah Jahan wanted to construct a shadow image across the Yamuna River—an identical, but opposite Taj Mahal hewn from black marble—where he would be entombed. It was said that construction came to a halt after Shah Jahan was deposed by his son ironically, a child of Mumtaz Mahal and imprisoned at the nearby Agra Fort.
Some historians have dismissed this story as folklore, too. Accounts have shown that, as a leader, Shah Jahan was more ruthless than romantic. For all its associations to devotion and ardor, the Taj was also a source of propaganda.
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Instead, he made several views that describe its actual context. In one, the building looms up beyond the garden of a paper factory; here, it appears sandwiched between the neighboring mosques. Seen from a crumbling parapet above the Yamuna River and wholly ignored by the two men squatting there, the pavilions appear as fantastic remnants of Mughal glory, a sublime architectural parade stranded in the middle of the nineteenth century. Not on view. Public Domain. Date: — Medium: Albumen silver print from paper negative. Dimensions: Image: Classification: Photographs.
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