Taj Mahal is the most desired monument of the world which receives millions and millions of visitors every year. The world is well aware of the charismatic brilliance that the place boasts. The story behind its emergence goes like this: the most prominent Mughal emperor promised to make a mausoleum for his most beloved queen – Mumtaz Mahal. After her death, the emperor gave orders to construct a grand mausoleum which would stand nonpareil. In this way, the emperor eternalized his love for his wife. Travelers who visit the place still feel the essence of their love and compassion via this grand structure in marble.
Taj Mahal is a wonder primarily because of the grandeur that it comprises via its structure and craftsmanship. The most magnificent feature of the monument is the delicate inlay work that looks up from every nook and cranny of the façade. Each of the bloom is crafted out in with such minute details that every dot and alphabet of the Pious Quran seems to be precisely cut, etched and inlaid to perfection. The Mughal love for gardens is clearly visible via the laid out gardens with lilies all over. The aura of their pious love and a sense of serenity are pervading in the place. The intricate interiors look solemn and intriguing with their mesmerizing artworks. It was, it is, and it will remain a wonder that none would ever be able to replicate. Taj Mahal, with all of its breathtaking features, is a mesmerizing sight to behold. It affirms to be a glorious gem that the country proudly boasts.
A holiday to Taj Mahal itself is a package but to add more glory to it, it should be merged with some other alluring features of India. India is a prosperous land with sheltering an extensive diversity in terms of region, religion, caste, people and even flora and fauna. It proudly harbors the best of wildlife and plant life and is taking impressive steps to preserve both of them. Ranthambore positioned in the east of Rajasthan amidst the merger of Aravalli hills and the Vindhyan plateau is one such destination of India which preserves an extensive range of its wildlife, especially Tigers. Ranthambore national park is the largest and most popular wildlife park in north India situated in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. It would be a perfect place as well as feature which can be combined with your plain Taj Mahal tour to make it more fascinating and interesting. While exploring the wondrous wilds of Ranthambore, do not forget to pay a visit to the most beautiful Bharatpur bird sanctuary.