The most important of all tourism places in India. It is India’s tourist emblem and recognized as one of the “Seven Wonders of the World (New)”. It is also recognized as the World’s Heritage Site by UNESCO. This is a most extravagant mausoleum monument of marble constructed by Mughal emperor Shahajan in the memory of his most loved queen Mumtaj, as a token of love. It is situated on the banks of river Yamuna at AGRA, approximately 204 Kms away from Delhi – the capital city of India. It is said, the construction works of this site lasted from 1631 – 1653 i.e. for almost 22 years and more than 20,000 people, from India and Central Asia, participated in this construction works. To experience the magical mystery of Taj, visiting at Sunrise and Sunset times is quite suitable. This white marble monument first turns to golden luster, then slowly changes to pink, red and finally blue, with the changing light of the day. Tajmahal is such a wonderful monument that, every human being on the earth has to see it, at least once in his/her life time. Visiting hours are 06.00 AM to 07.00 PM. It remains closed on Friday. Tobacco items, Matches, etc. are not allowed inside and they have to be deposited at nearby cloak room. Cameras and Videos are allowed to a limited zone.
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