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What is your opinion about the Greatest symbol of love , "The Taj Mahal "of India?
Taj Mahal was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. It is considered to be one of the greatest symbol of love worldwide.
taj mahal is truly one of the best man made monument, which shows true love.
LemmyC - i agree that god is love, but here, i want to emphasize that a human being's love is expressed in such a wonderful way. have you seen the Taj? it is considered as a symbol of love by many people.
No doubt it is a beautiful building. Of course, emperors being emperors, one cannot help to wonder how many slaves worked hard and long chiselling out marble, hauling huge weights and generally having a miserable existence so that a man could proudly say, "I built this for my missus."
Still, that's how a lot of the great monuments, castles, and cathedrals were built all over the world. Obviously the 'quality management' was there. Today's big buildings generally get 'concrete cancer' and fall apart after less than 50 years, it seems.
A symbol of love? Maybe. The Shah obviously wanted to be remembered.
though it may be a symbol based on love, what it took to build it had nothing to do with love. death, pain and slavery were par for the course when it was built so i disagree that it is anywhere near being the greatest symbol of love. i think that a person would have to be from india to think it is such a lovingly built attraction.
Yes definitely, because it is a symbol of true love of Sahjahan towards Mumtaz mahal, and he took lots of pain and expense to construct it. And he kept her lover forever alive this way, world will remember their love this way.
Certailny Taj is reflection of eternal love. Shah Jahan fullfilled his promise made to his beloved wife, Mumtaj Mehal.
Well, it is not only a building it is a symbol of mughal architecture, painting, creativity and love symbol
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