Taj, a Story of Mughal India
When his queen Arjumand Banu-Mumtaz-i-Mahal-the Chosen One of the Palace-died, Shah Jahan wanted to build a monument that was the image of his perfect love for her. For twenty-two years, twenty thousand men laboured day and night to fulfill the emperor's obsession. The result was the Taj Mahal, a marble mausoleum lined with gold, silver and precious jewels.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - booksniff - LibraryThing
Overall, it was interesting and I learned more about the Taj Mahal than I knew before, but this book really dragged for me. There were only a few parts that were really attention grabbing. Read full review
Review: Taj: A Story of Mughal IndiaUser Review - Sobia Be - Goodreads
wonderfully written...really bring back the reader in time....not sure abt the fact though.....feel like visiting the Taj...& doing more research Read full review