As a person who loves traveling, I try to visit as many different places as possible on every trip I take. This time I felt like visiting one of the Seven Wonders of the World: The Taj Mahal, a masterpiece of architecture. Located in India, built in the 17th century by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, it is a mausoleum that houses the tomb of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The Taj Mahal is renowned for its intricate details, exquisite beauty, and perfect symmetry. It is one of India’s most visited tourist destinations, attracting millions of visitors every year from all over the world.
When visiting India, I made sure to carry light clothes with me because in summer or even throughout the year, it is mostly hot and warm. Light and airy clothes help to keep the heat off. And also, there are innumerable styles that you could follow to make your look better. Here are a few options from Lulus and Pretty little things you could carry along:
Anyway, I love exploring history, and architecture and learning about different cultures worldwide, which is why I knew I had to visit the Taj Mahal. The structure is built entirely of white marble, which gives it a dazzling appearance that changes color depending on the time of day. The Taj Mahal consists of several elements, including the main building, the gardens, the gate, and the mosque. The main building is a large dome-shaped structure flanked by four minarets. The dome is made of white marble and has intricate carvings and calligraphy. The gardens are also a noteworthy feature of the Taj Mahal, designed in the traditional Mughal style with symmetrical patterns and water features. The Taj Mahal is a beautiful structure and a symbol of love, devotion, and cultural significance. Its architectural style has influenced the design of several other buildings in India and worldwide. It is a testament to India’s rich history and culture and a must-see destination for anyone interested in architecture and history.
I was mesmerized by it and would highly recommend everyone to visit it at least once. The best part of the trip was watching the marble structure change color throughout the day; truly a wanderlust experience.