In the era of realignment, the international tourism is racing through vacillating trends. But there are few colossal structures that refuse to step down from their grandeur, passing through timelines with poised grace and luring tourists across the globe towards them. Taj Mahal, the everlasting love mausoleum is one such architectural masterpiece.
Instead of fading into history, Taj Mahal has once again let the world know about its ethereal beauty. In the latest rankings for landmarks, the Taj Mahal has secured second position among the world’s most sought-after landmarks. The ranking was based on the thorough analysis on different aspects and factors and was conducted by Bounce. Nigra Falls, in United States stands at the first position.
Situated in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, the eternal beauty named Taj Mahal is known as a testament of love. Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan built Taj Mahal as a memorial of his wife Mumtaz.
Built in 1648, the monument is an exquisite blend of symmetry, domes and arches. The monument was announced a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. The recognition was for being the “jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage”.