Not Fifty but a few shades of Taj Mahal…!!!

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Not Fifty but a few shades of Taj Mahal…!!!

Taj Mahal - the epitome of love looms fairytale-like structure from the banks of Yamuna River. The monument is widely recognized for its architectural marvel that never fades away. It was also one of the Seven Wonders of the World and being an iconic attraction for tourists visiting India, it has been one of those monuments that are visited by travelers the most. The monument was dated back to 1630 AD and is actually a tomb of Mumtaz Mahal - the wife of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Taj Mahal was constructed in the memory of Mumtaz Mahal that shows the umpteen love of Shah Jahan for his beloved wife. The flawless architectural beauty of Taj Mahal is incomparable and is specially made of white marble brought from Makrana in Rajasthan. No other monument is built in the history like that of Taj Mahal.  

Color Changing effect of Taj Mahal:

The beautiful changing colors of Taj Mahal is the phenomena of sun rays falling on the monument that let it change its colors and reflect different shades. In a day, you can observe different hues and colors with the reflection of sunlight and moonlight on the marble. The magnificent surface of the marble reforms its colors at distinct time intervals. Thus it can be said that Taj Mahal reflects not fifty but a few shades in a day and below are some are some of the distinctive colors of Taj Mahal at a specific point of time in a day. 

Before Sunrise at 4:00 am 

Stunning contrast of early morning sun rays at 4:00 Taj Mahal becomes invisible at this time as the rays slowly emerge exactly before the dark dawn. It looks completely dark with a background shades of sunlight giving it the most appealing look ever. As slowly the tick-tock of the clock increases,Taj Mahal becomes visible and it is the perfect time to capture the breath-taking sunrise view of Taj Mahal. 

After Sunrise at 5:00 am

Once the sunrise is done, Taj Mahal shows a pink color for a very few minutes as the mild sun rays hit the white marble and reflects pink color. It is the most refreshing and mesmerizing view that a traveler must capture in his journey to India. With the bliss of early morning cool breeze making the atmosphere soothing and a stunning pink color over the Taj Mahal could make you spellbound. 

Beauty in the afternoon at 3:00 pm 

In the afternoon there comes a white and bright look of Taj Mahal which is truly incomparable with any other jewel on earth. You can get some amazing bright images of Taj Mahal looking flawless in the afternoon, but you need to manage the crowd as well. The actual beauty of marble-structure can be best view in the sunny days. 

Evening bliss at 6:00 pm 

In the evening bliss, the monument seems like a golden jewel one earth. Many travelers prefer to visit Taj Mahal in the evening before it get close because of the low temperatures and gazing a magnificent view in the evening. For those passionate photographers, it is the best time to capture the stunning view of Taj Mahal in a least crowd. 

Full moon night 

Taj Mahal in full moon night is a dream for many travelers and book their special Taj Mahal tour on full-moon night. It is something very awe-ful when the moon light falls on the Taj Mahal and reflects the most beautiful view of pure white light in the dark. Travelers all around the world visit India to experience this magical moment and book their tours.

So these all are the most beautiful views of Taj Mahal that leaves travelers awe-struck. If you haven't visited the monument till yet, then it is suggested to book your Golden Triangle Tour Package wherein you will be able to explore this monument with other architectural marvels of the country. This tour will let you explore Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur along with the Taj Mahal which is the crowning head of India tourism.