Was the Taj Mahal A Vedic Temple
Some text and a collection of photographs, which seeks to demonstrate that the
monument was in fact originally designed as a Hindu temple.

  • The point to consider is how much more of India's history has been distorted if the background of such a grand building is so inaccurate

  • It also shows that in spite of this evidence they refuse to open up further research that would reveal the true nature and originality of the buildings, and lead to understanding another part of the real history and glory of India

  • It is because of the manipulation of history by invaders that the true greatness of India and Vedic culture has been stifled or hidden

  • It is because of this that it is now time to rewrite the history of India

  • " " by Marvin Mills, is a great review of the information available on the Taj Mahal and raises some very interesting questions that make it obvious that the Taj could not have been built the way or during the time that history presents, which makes it more like a fable than accurate history

  • is the history written by the Emperor's own chronicler

    Royalty.nu - History of India - The Taj Mahal
    Learn about its origin, creator and construction. Includes links and resources
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  • > > > > The Taj Mahal > History of the Taj Mahal The Taj Mahal, often called the most beautiful building in the world, was built by an emperor as a memorial to his beloved wife

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    Taj Mahal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Account of the monument's history, architecture and garden layout. Also links to
    related and background information.

  • [] History Soon after its completion, Shah Jahan was deposed and put under at nearby by his son


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    Account of the country, its geography, people, politics. Links to pages with
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  • Home to the, a centre of important trade routes and vast empires, India has long played a major role in human history., and all have their origins in India, while and enjoy a strong cultural heritage having arrived through trade even before foreign invasions

  • [] History Main article: rock shelters with paintings at in the state of are the earliest known traces of human life in India

  • For most of its independent history, India has been ruled by the

  • For most of its independent history, India adhered to a - approach, with strict government control over participation, and

  • India has a rich and unique cultural heritage, and has managed to preserve its established traditions throughout history whilst absorbing customs, traditions and ideas from both invaders and immigrants

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    Contains architectural details about its platforms, minarets and structure.

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    Explore the Taj Mahal virtual tour - "5-STARS!" -SundayTimes_London
    Armchair Travel provides a virtual tour of the monument via a map and 360-degree
    panoramas. Offers narration and music. [English, French, Hindi, Japanese]

  • At any point, visitors can view narrated mini-movies about the people, architecture, politics and history of the site (also includes full Text for the hearing-impaired)

  • Four hundred years of the monument's history are brought to life, with the key figures in the story of the Taj being presented in 25 specially produced movies (suitable for both broadband and dialup connection)

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    The Taj Mahal - Architecture of a Love Story
    Detailed telling of the personal stories behind the building of the monument.

  • But although its brick foundations were laid in 1631, its history - according to one popular legend - can be traced back further, back to Agra on a day in 1607 when a festival was in progress at the Royal Meena bazaar

  • http://www.hindunet.org/hindu_history/modern/taj_oak.html - Subash Krishna this article Taj is my dream place, havent seen it in real yet, but do dream it once a month at least !!!! Best dream of my Dreams lolz Can't wait to be there once in real before i die !!!! - eimaan this article this is sooo coll man awesome!!! dis id deee bomb dude!!! - sammmy this article Wow!! I thought the taj mahal was a palace....but its a tomb!!!! facinatiing!!!! It is such a wicked story....I WANNA GO TO INDIA NOW!!! :-) - vallery monica francis rose this article i wish i had someone like price khuram - mariam this article please send the cristal Malik story to my E_mail

  • - abby this article the passion of the report is amazing how much he loved her before i only knew that the taj was a tomb now i know the whole history and extra id love to see it some time my report gonna be great thanx - Lady Death this article My friends, please read two books written by P.N.Oak..

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    General information about the country, its geography, and its people and culture.

    The Taj Mahal: Pollution and Tourism
    A case study by by Sean Farrell on environmental pollution and the Taj.

  • Throughout its history, the Court has further expanded its own powers by creative interpretations of the Constitution, in particular Article 21 which guarantees the right to life

  • Some Hindu fundamentalist political groups who attempt to deny any postive contributions of Muslims in Indian history have suggested that the Taj Mahal is actually a Rajput palace although the idea is not taken very seriously

    South Asian History: The Colonial Legacy in India - Effects of ...
    On the effects of British rule. Evidence of increases in poverty and indebtedness,
    and of the tranfer of wealth from India.

  • Search: The Web Tripod « | » SOUTH ASIAN HISTORY Pages from the history of the Indian subcontinent: British rule and the legacy of colonization The Colonial Legacy - Myths and Popular Beliefs While few educated South Asians would deny that British Colonial rule was detrimental to the interests of the common people of the sub-continent - several harbor an illusion that the British weren't all bad

  • R.Nath in his 'History of Decorative Art in Mughal Architecture' records that scores of gardens, tombs and palaces that once adorned the suburbs of Sikandra at Agra were sold out or auctioned

  • (Mike Davis: Late Victorian Holocausts) Those who wish India well might do well to re-read this history so the nation isn't brought to the abyss once again, (and so soon after being liberated from the yoke of colonial rule)

  • Sinha's Economic History of Bengal (Published in Calcutta, 1956); and 'Late Victorian Holocausts' by Mike Davis Bibliography: (For further research into this area) M

  • Wilson, History of British India D

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  • KUMAR: Founder of Taj Mahal Restaurant in 1984 HISTORY Mumtaz and Shah Jehan were married in 1612 A.D had 14 children together

    Risk: The Evolution of a Game
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  • The Games Journal | A Magazine About Boardgames Risk: The Evolution of a Game Dave Shapiro Posted December, 2002 A Little History A Friday night in the fall of 1971 and it's time to pull another "all-nighter"

  • It is not vital that a competent gamer know the history of a game or particular system but it enriches the experience

  • Do we need to know the history behind Beethoven's Third Symphony, Eroica , in order to enjoy it? No, but it certainly enhances the experience knowing that it was originally composed as a tribute to Napoleon and later re-titled following Napoleon's self ascendancy to emperor

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    (8000BCE-present) Highlights of Iranian (Persian) history.

  • From Ancient Persia to Contemporary Iran covers the highlights of Iran's history in a brief, easy to read, factually acurate and inexpensive timeline

  • The full-color 11" x 5" brochure opens accordion-style to the size of 11" x 35." The highest quality paper and printing process have been used to make it a lovely gift for all occasions and a wonderful way to introduce someone to the history and cultural heritage of Iran

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