When I did visit the Taj Mahal, it decided to put on the veil of the season’s cloud’s , it was in January. Therefore I didn’t get to capture the usual famous post card pictures. Which was fine with me, because I didn’t have to hit the crowd of the visitors of all from the world.
The evening before I visited the Taj Mahal, my driver took me to a view point afar and across the Taj Mahal and that’s where I had my breath taking moment , rather than visiting it. It was a spectacular sunset, having in mind the fumes of traffic and cloudiness.
All is carved in marble stone, an amazing art
Painters doing their job as refreshing the walls
on bamboo structures
The guest housing temples where travelers with their camels at that time would stay to attend their devotion to the Taj Mahal
After my visit to the Taj Mahal, I went to see a handcrafted artist who drills ornaments in marble stone a very challenging art
placing pieces of different stones as a great design
Chiseling motives with a real thin and sharp knife
My guide through the Taj Mahal, ever so full of knowledge of the history and kindness.
Also taking a picture of the photographer
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