Taj Mahal Tour Packages, Delhi Agra Tours
In the words of Bayard Taylor, “Did you ever build a castle in the Air? Here is one, brought down to earth and fixed for the wonder of Ages.” Taj Mahal, the tour package of monuments that is just not a building that stands tall, it’s a castle that was built in the memory of love. The magnificent construction done by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for her beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, Taj Mahal is regarded as the ‘Symbol of Love’.
The castle that resides at the banks of the river Yamuna is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. An immense mausoleum built with white marble is considered to be the Jewel of the Mughal Empire and is the finest example of the Mughal Architectural style. Being the fascination of the people and travelers across the world, Taj Mahal draws uncountable number of visitors every day. The massive number of travelers comes down to Agra visit the only magnificent castle that they had heard about from the mouths of all.
The stunning architecture and the design of this alluring marvel reflects the artistic creativity of the 22,000 laborers who were involved in building another wonder of the world. The location, the weather and everything else adds on to the glory and charm of this magnificent framework. Giving a description of Taj Mahal, every major poet and traveler have a lot to say, yet the famous poet Rabindranath Tagore described it as a ‘teardrop on the cheek of eternity’ whereas Rudyard Kipling says that it is ‘the embodiment if all things pure’. While the creator of this alluring structure said that this architectural piece ‘made the sun and the moon shed tears from their eyes’. The once-in-a-lifetime glimpse of this most beautiful building of the world is the biggest fascination of the people worldwide.
Holding a grand historic significance, the building of Taj Mahal is an interesting story in itself. As it is said, “If you haven’t take Taj Mahal tour package even once in your lifetime, you haven’t seen anything in your life”. Because it’s just not Taj, it’s the Taj.