Sunday, November 15, 2015

Taj Mahal: the Epitome of Love

Love consists of four alphabets that are not meant for Land of sorrow, ocean of tear, value of life and end of life;it is something beyond that, what Shah Jahan realised once in his life, in the memory of his favourite wife, Mumtaz. His love for her resulted as a monument of immeasurable beauty, Taj Mahal.  It’s nothing but an epitome of love. The beauty of this monument is such that it is beyond the scope of words. Its antiquity and artistic design also represents the phenomenal beauty, but the immense love for one’s wife.

Once you visit the Taj Mahal, definitely you will be mesmerized. You will recall the past glory of the Mughal Empire and the degree of love that Shah Jahan had for his wife. As an eloquent testimony of eternal love, the Taj Mahal stood silent, and the people bowed in homage as they recalled the poignant saga of love encapsulated in the annals of history.  One of the Seven Wonders of the World, it attracts many tourists across the world. The Taj Mahal stands on the banks of the river Yamuna.  Immovable and unsurpassed in its beauty, yet the Taj Mahal has moved thousands of people to an expression of eloquent emotion.

If you really want to visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World, visit it during Taj Mahotsav festival.

Taj Mahotsav festival is celebrated in the month of February, from 18th Feb. to 27th Feb. Notably, Taj Mahotsav festival has been organized by the Department of Tourism, Government of India. Especially, Taj Mahotsav festival is mainly dedicated for efficient promotion of India's rich art and craft, culture, cuisine, dance and music. The festival starts with a procession, including bejewelled elephants and camels, drum beaters, folk artists and master craftsmen. Once you visit this Taj Mahotsav festival, you will get a chance to buy fabulous works of art and craft at the most authenticated prices.

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