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Truth:Hidden behind Taj Mahal

Updated on November 26, 2010

A true or false of Taj

The chief point of this article is that it is commonly heard by all how the Taj Mahal, which is known as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, was built as the greatest expression of a man's love for his wife. It was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in remembrance of his beloved wife Mumtaz. However, is this a true story?

What says Oak

So, with our little attempt to go through the truth, that we have acquired some very significant documents and information. Anyway what someone thinks, there is some thoughtful facts that reveals that the Taj Mahal was never built by Shah Jahan. Some people declared that Taj Mahal pre-dates Shah Jahan by several centuries and were formerly located as a Hindu or Vedic temple or palace, and that Shah Jahan just acquired it from its earlier owner, the Hindu King Jai Singh. Now here comes the point to consider that how much more of India's history has been unclear.

In his book Taj Mahal:The True Story, defined by P.N.Oak that theTaj Mahal was originally a temple of Lord Shiva or a Rajput palace seized by Shah Jahan and later converted into in a tomb.

Oak says, is a "typical illustration of how all historic buildings and townships from Kashmir to Cape Comorin though of Hindu origin have been ascribed to this or that Muslim ruler or courtier".


Aerial view of the Taj Mahal
Aerial view of the Taj Mahal | Source
The interior water well
The interior water well
Frontal view of the Taj Mahal and dome
Frontal view of the Taj Mahal and dome
Close up of the dome with pinnacle
Close up of the dome with pinnacle
Close up of the pinnacle
Close up of the pinnacle
Inlaid pinnacle pattern in courtyard
Inlaid pinnacle pattern in courtyard
Red lotus at apex of the entrance
Red lotus at apex of the entrance
Rear view of the Taj & 22 apartments
Rear view of the Taj & 22 apartments
View of sealed doors & windows in back
View of sealed doors & windows in back
The Music House--a contradiction
The Music House--a contradiction | Source

Oak revealing the truth ......



Tomb of Queen Mumtaz Mahal from the beginning rather than a Hindu that the ancient Shiva temple called Tejo Mahaaly.


During his research Oak discovered that the Shiva temple, Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur by Shahjahan was illegally taken away and it was his possession,

Shah Jahan's court author of "Mullah Abdul Hamid Lahauri" their "Badahanama" emperor of the Mughal rulers than 1000 pages in the entire narrative is written, which sections 402 and 403 on one page mention of the fact that Shah Jahan of Mumtaz Begum - ul - Zmaani that after death, was buried temporarily at Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh and had it 06 months later, dated 15 Zmadi - ul - Auaal day Friday, then brought him to the Maharaja Jai Singh of Agra to Akabrabad were located in Agra as an exceptionally beautiful and magnificent buildings (buildings plush) were buried in the back, according to Raja Jai Singh Lahauri that our forefathers loved Ally immensely from the floor, in the pressure on the king ready to give it were.

To confirm that this is absolutely necessary here to tell the secret collection of Jaipur's former chef, he still Rkrake are two orders by the Shah Jahan Taj temple dedicated to King
Jai Singh were the .......

It all know that Muslim rulers often the time to bury the dead courtiers and Tahranoan people, snatching possession of the temples and buildings was used,
Udahrnarth Humayun, Akbar, Safdar Jung Ctamoudrulo and in such buildings are Rafnaie ....

Pro. Taj Mahal is the name of the search started from oak ---------

"Castle" word, from Afghanistan to Algeria, a Muslim country
Buildings are not used to ...
Here to explain that the castle was taken from words ...... Mumtaz Mahal at least two ways that are irrational ---------

First ----- Shah Jahan's wife's name was never Mumtaz Mahal, but Mumtaz his name - ul - was Zmaani ...

And other ----- a building named a woman by name to keep only the last half (crown) is used and only the first half part (Maum) to the left,,, this figure Beyond ...

Pro. Oak claims that the name Taj Mahal Tejo Mahaaly (Lord Shiva's Palace) version of the impaired, as well as Oak says ----
Mumtaz and Shah Jahan the love story, terrible mistake fawning historians and archaeologists of reckless self-crafted Corey outright rumor only because of Shah Jahan's time, at least one official record does not confirm this love story .....



In addition, many statements of evidence of oak are supported directly ......
Tejo Mahaaly (Taj Mahal) was made before the era of Mughal Emperor and was dedicated to Lord Shiva and was worshiped by Rajputs of Agra -----


Archaeologists of New York Pro. Marvin Miller, Yamuna towards the crown of the door based on carbon dating of wood in 1985 proved that the door to the time of Shah Jahan, ie around the year 1359 almost 300 years old ...

The death of Mumtaz the Year (1631) was the subject of the same year the British tour of Peter Mundi article also supports this before the Taj Mahal, Mughal emperor was a very important building ......


European astronaut John Albert Mandelslo the year 1638 (that Mumtaz died after 07 years) visited the city of Agra in the narrative to describe the entire life, but he no reference to the crown not being presented, while It's called confusion in the construction of the Taj from 1631 to 1651 was running loud noise ......


French passenger Afavikas Bernear MD Aurangzeb-election by which time India came to live here nearly ten years, the written description shows that, during Aurangzeb's rule was beginning to spread lies that the Taj Mahal was built by Shah Jahan ...... .


Pro. Oak. Many shapes and craft related Asanagatooan indicate that support the belief that the Taj Mahal and not particularly large tomb is a Hindu Shiva temple .......

Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan's still plenty of room to have time off, are beyond the reach of the general public

Pro. Oak., Insists that the Hindu temples and religious rituals to worship the idol of Lord Shiva, the trident, vase and etc items are used .......

Taj Mahal with respect to the common Kaivrntti prevalent that the tomb of Mumtaz Mahal in the dripping water is always drop by drop, if this is true in the world to drop water drop on a Kihie grave is not leaky while every Hindu Shiva lingam in the temple only to drop the drop of water Opakanae are provided, then the Taj Mahal (mausoleum) drop in to drop water Opakanae mean ....????

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      Saurabh 

      3 years ago

      My dear friends

      we leave in British created history and we study those from our childhood which they wanted us to learn so that our brilliant culture of Sanatan Dharm diminishes.

      I would just highlight point here is lets study Indian history from our literature not to discard it without reading our Indian written history.

      It's not a matter of who created but we should know the truth. Thanks to Mr PN Oak

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      NDP 

      4 years ago

      Mr. Ravi agar tumhe Kuchh says hai to proof Parke batao, ya fir tum sachchai se darte hop....

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      ravi 

      4 years ago

      Isko kuch nahi aata.....publicity ke liye aur hindu muslim ke beech me jhagda rakhne ke liye aise blog khlothe haiiii........

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      honey singh 

      4 years ago

      tere kabadi soch

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      Sunil Kumar 

      4 years ago

      Please uphold your standard.

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      ssohrra 

      7 years ago

      what ever be your findings is not approved and i fear if that hidden fact as u claim is true.why nothing have been talked of so far.Any way,whatever the claim may be, the true existence of Taj Mahal cannot be denied.Let any one built it but is a wonderful monument

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