Rufi malik Reward Points : 15300 Member Since : Tuesday, March 03, 2009
Do you agree that Tajmahal is the symbol of Eternal Love Why it is regarded as the symbol of eternal love
Posted On : 4/22/2009 10:03:08 PM
Abhi Tripathi Reward Points : 75700 Member Since : Monday, January 07, 2008
Yes i agree that Tajmahal is the symbol of love. The exquisite monument in white marble gorgeously standing on the banks of the River Yamuna still breathes the sighs of history. The saga of undying love, the tale of a beautiful queen, Mumtaz Mahal and the aspirant Emperor Shah Ja haan can be best understood in the midst of the grandeur of Taj Mahal. While delving into the history of Taj Mahal one will come across the unforgettable love story of a prince and an exquisitely beautiful lady. Taj Mahal is therefore the saga of love between Shah Jahan, a Mughal Emperor and Mumtaz Mahal, his queen. To me it is a love story etched in Marble.
Posted By : Abhi Tripathi Posted On : 4/22/2009 11:24:25 PM Go
Yes i agree that Tajmahal is the symbol of love. The exquisite monument in white marble gorgeously s..
i also agree that Taj Mahal is the symbol of love. Why do millions of people long so intensely to see Taj Mahal? It is because the Taj Mahal has something very special to offer - the conviction and faith that true love does exist Truly, the Taj Mahal is a living, breathing monument palpating with the freshness of love. For 19 long years, Mumtaz Mahal had been the constant companion of Shah Ja haan accompanying him everywhere...from the prayer halls to pleasure gardens to river banks and even to the court meetings. Mumtaz-uz-zamani died in 1631 on the battlefields of Burhanpur. She had accompanied her husband despite his severe remonstrances . Before she died-as Shah Jahan knelt beside her - she asked him to fulfill four promises - that he look after their children and her parents, marry again, and build a monument that would symbolize the beauty, purity and the depth of their love Thus Taj Mahal came into existence. A monument is white marble Taj Mahal stand as the icon of the purity of love.
Posted On : 4/22/2009 11:35:24 PM
Chetan Juneja Reward Points : 55100 Member Since : Monday, April 28, 2008
Hello all... a very interesting post. We call Taj as the epitome of love... But why i feel that once the Taj is seen automatically the pages of history as if unfurls. The story of an emperor who had turned fakir at heart after the death of his companion. The love story of shah ja haan is ideally etched in marble. After the death of his beloved wife Mumtaz mahal Shah Ja han desired nothing. His days were pale, colourless, devoid of life as it were. Dressed in white, a Spartan way of life became a habit. The pain of separation gripped him. With an iron will, perhaps a legacy of the Rajput blood flowing in his veins, he steeled himself to create an outstanding work of art. Thus created The Taj- the epitome of love. O
Posted On : 4/23/2009 2:34:46 AM
Indravadan Modi Reward Points : 23300 Member Since : Saturday, January 10, 2009
i agree with all that Taj mahal is the epitome of love. Once seen, the image of Taj Mahal is deeply embossed in one s mind. it stays forever in one s mind, rejuvenating the inherent romantic self. You know friends, i feel that there is certainly something mesmerizing about the Taj Mahal. which is far different from being just a white Monument with detail Islamic works. The Taj breezes in and out of the lives of Mumtaz and Shahja haan or more widely i cam say that it speaks about the lives of people who are in Love. Sometimes as a gentle whispering breeze. At other times, as a hurricane sweeping away the mind, the Taj breezes the sighs of the saga of undying love. Age is no bar. Caste, creed or religion too are no bar. The monument spells out a warning. Love and romance can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Joy and sorrow find solace in the many layers of the stone of Taj Mahal. Marble in its many moods has never been so perfectly blended as to be an awesome expression of a surreal emotion, Love. It is indeed the symbol of love.. Standing infront of the Taj i dont know why i feel that it is just not the symbol of Royal love but also the logo of the term LOVE which sets one free in the truest sense of the term