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Pictures of Taj Mahal

First Online: September 04, 2004
Page Last Updated: April 04, 2014

Taj Mahal is perhaps the most recognizable symbol of India. Built as a memorial to Moghul queen Mumtaz Begum during the 17th century, it is a masterpiece of period architecture, of Indian craftsmen, and is a great example of how integrated Islamic influence is within India. Here are some pictures of the wonder in white marble, the Taj Mahal.

The Taj Mahal

Side View of Taj Mahal, Agra

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Front View of Taj Mahal, Agra

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  • Islamic Heritage of India -- Some of India's most beautiful heritage is derived from the Muslims who invaded India. A pictorial exhibition of Islamic arts, paintings, and monuments.
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