The Taj Mahal rises majestically, towering 73 meters high, surpassing Delhi's Qutub Minar by a mere 0.5 meters.

Tower Above All

Global Mirrors

Witness the Taj's global influence – over 10 replicas attempt to capture its splendor, yet none rival the original monument's awe-inspiring beauty.

Chameleon Hues

Experience the Taj's magical transformation as it gracefully shifts colors with the sun, creating a mesmerizing spectacle from dawn to dusk.

Inflation of Love

Completed in 1653 for INR 32 million, today the Taj Mahal is valued at a staggering INR 70 billion (nearly $1 billion), underscoring its priceless status.

Gemstone Extravaganza

Marvel at the Taj's opulence adorned with over 40 types of precious and semi-precious stones, including pearls, diamonds, emeralds, and sapphires.

Elephant Brigade

Explore history's elephantine contribution – nearly 1000 elephants transported construction materials, showcasing their vital role in this architectural marvel.

Tragic Love

Uncover the poignant tale – Mumtaz Mahal, Shah Jahan's wife, tragically passed away during the birth of her 14th child, immortalized by the Taj as a tribute to their eternal love.

Two Decades, 20,000 Workers

Delve into the monumental effort – 20 years of meticulous work, involving a workforce of around 20,000 individuals, brought this symbol of love to life.

Global Sourcing

Materials from Punjab, Rajasthan, Sri Lanka, Tibet, and China came together to construct this architectural masterpiece.

The Unfinished Dream

After the white Taj Mahal, plans for a black version were thwarted by his son Aurangzeb, leaving the black Taj Mahal a mere dream.