- 1 Is Taj Mahal taller than Qutub Minar?
- 2 How tall and wide is the Taj Mahal?
- 3 How many floors is the Taj Mahal?
- 4 How much gold is in the Taj Mahal?
- 5 How tall is Qutubminar?
- 6 Who built Taj Mahal?
- 7 Was the Taj Mahal an original design?
- 8 How much land area does the Taj have?
- 9 What is inside the Taj Mahal?
- 10 Does the Taj Mahal have 2000 rooms?
- 11 Why tajmahal is 7 Wonders?
- 12 What is the entry fee for Taj Mahal?
- 13 How many workers died building the Taj Mahal?
- 14 Why does the Taj Mahal face south?
- 15 Can I buy Taj Mahal?
Is Taj Mahal taller than Qutub Minar?
The Taj Mahal, standing at a height of 73 metres, is taller than the Qutub Minar, the tallest brick minaret in the world, which measures 72.5 metres.
How tall and wide is the Taj Mahal?
In 1632, the fifth Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan, commenced the construction of one of the greatest monuments of all time, the Taj Mahal built atop a 22 feet high and 313 feet square platform with corner minarets 137 feet tall and 81 feet high & 58 feet in diameter central inner dome surmounted by an outer shell nearly
How many floors is the Taj Mahal?
The taj Mahal has 4 main iwans and 12 secondary ones, smaller, on the ground floor, and 12 more on the floor.
|The Taj Mahal|
|Visitors||7 000 000/year|
|Location: Agra, India|
|GPS: 27° 10’30.05″ North / 78° 2’31.76″ West|
How much gold is in the Taj Mahal?
Organizers boasted that more than 40 pounds of silver and 3.3 pounds of gold were used to adorn the impressive replica, which mimicked the main mausoleum and four towering minarets of the actual Taj Mahal.
How tall is Qutubminar?
Who built Taj Mahal?
Was the Taj Mahal an original design?
Construction of Taj Mahal began in 1632 AD, (1041 AH), on the south bank of the River Yamuna in Agra, and was substantially complete by 1648 AD (1058 AH). The design was conceived as an earthly replica of the house of Mumtaz Mahal in paradise.
How much land area does the Taj have?
|Coordinates||27°10′30″N 78°02′31″ECoordinates: 27°10′30″N 78°02′31″E|
|Height||73 m (240 ft)|
What is inside the Taj Mahal?
Inside the Taj Mahal, the cenotaphs honoring Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan are enclosed in an eight-sided chamber ornamented with pietra dura (an inlay with semi-precious stones) and a marble lattice screen.
Does the Taj Mahal have 2000 rooms?
From here, one can notice that the four-storied marble structure at the top has 2 more red stone floors below it. Note the opening of the window on the left. That indicates that there are rooms inside. Within the row of arches in the upper part of the wall, there are 22 rooms.
Why tajmahal is 7 Wonders?
Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, lost his wife Mumtaz Mahal on June 17, 1631. He was inconsolable and envisaged a memorial that would befit his love. Today, the Taj Mahal is listed as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. When she was 14, she was engaged to marry Prince Khurram, also known as Shah Jahan.
What is the entry fee for Taj Mahal?
Taj Mahal Ticket Booking
|Entry Fee (Indian)||INR 45 ( Additional INR 200 to see the main mausoleum)|
|Entry Fee (SAARC and BIMSTEC)||INR 535 ( Additional INR 200 to see the main mausoleum)|
|Entry Fee (Foreigner )||INR 1050 (Additional NR 200 to see the main mausoleum)|
|Entry Below (Children Below Age 15)||Free|
How many workers died building the Taj Mahal?
The number of workers who died while building the Taj Mahal is not known. It was built between 1632 and 1648, with parts of the construction of the
Why does the Taj Mahal face south?
The cenotaphs Muslim tradition forbids elaborate decoration of graves, so the bodies of Mumtaz and Shah Jahan are laid in a relatively plain chamber beneath the inner chamber of the Taj Mahal. They are buried on a north- south axis, with faces turned right (west) toward Mecca.
Can I buy Taj Mahal?
Tourists buying tickets online will get discount of Rs 5 for per Indian ticket and Rs 50 for per foreigner ticket. No entry fee for children below the age of 15 years. (Both domestic and foreigner) Additional Rs 200 will be charged if one wants to visit main mausoleum.