It is the silent and majestic beauty of the mausoleum itself that seems to furnish irrefutable proof of the nobility and intensity of Shah Jahan 's affection for his wife. The narrative of the origins of Taj Mahal is as we all know the compassion of Shah Jahan for his beloved wife. There are other theories about the origin
INTRODUCTION OF THE TAJ MAHAL (Built by The Great Mughal Emperior Shah Jahan in the memory of his favorite.) Situated in Uttar Pradesh , Agra Height - 73m (240 ft) Architect Name - Ustad Ahmad Luhari Architectural Styles - Mughal Architecture (Main gate of Taj Mahal from where we enter) • Taj Mahal is a beautiful example of Maginificent Architecture. • The Taj Mahal is combination of Four different Architectural styles. i.e. Islamic , Persian, ottoman Turkish and Indian .
Fatih Complex was built by Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror in the years 1463-1470. The complex includes a set of well-planned buildings erected around a mosque [ ]. Shehzade Mosque Istanbul, Turkey: The Shehzade Mosque is a 16th-century Ottoman imperial mosque found in the district of Fatih, on the third hill of Istanbul, Turkey. It was commissioned by Suleiman the Magnificent as a memorial to his son Şehzade Mehmed who died in 1543 [ ]. The complex was Sinan's first important imperial assignment and eventually one of his most ambitious architectural works, even though it was designed early in his long career.
Abstract Sehazade Mosque is one of the most elegant architects designed by Sinan Mimar authorized by Suleyman the Magnificent in the memory of his beloved son Sehzade Mehmet. Ottoman architect is the symbol of originality. Sehazde mosque is a masterpiece by Sinan Mimar. In this paper, I will review and summarize two articles that discuess Shezade Mosque critically. The first article by Erişmiş, M. C., & Gezerman titled “Architectural Criticism of Suleymaniye Complex in Context of Suleiman and Architect Sinan” geneally describes the properties and charectristics of the building.
At every corner of the tomb rests a prayer tower to assist the elevation of the structure from the encompassing gardens. The most famous portion of the Taj Mahal perhaps can be the extraordinary dome of the structure which is over 200 feet tall. The rubber core, marble-clad, and brick materials utilized to construct the dome allow it an enchanted shine that may show up in distinctive colors. It can be seen that the Islamic impacts on this structure are conspicuous. It appears with the Quranic inscriptions over the doorways that Emperor Shan Jahan thought of this building as not just a tomb for his beloved queen but also an imagery of eternal paradise.
Many poems have been written about the beauty of the Taj Mahal, the astonishing mausoleum made out of white marble. Taj Mahal has been built somewhere between 1631 and 1648 in Agra, India. This amazing piece of Islamic architecture has been admired throughout the whole world for its beauty and magnificence, and thus the Taj Mahal rightfully takes its place in the World's Heritage
Ammathiruvadi Temple is a magnificent ancient Hindu goddess temple built for Durga Devi in gods own country. It is an important Devi temple for the Hindus which are well known for its history, architecture and festival. This is a very clean and quiet temple in the suburb area of Urakam village. The Kochi Devosam Boards is sole authority for its temple administration. Previously this temple was built and owned by the Poomulli Namboothiri and later handed over to the Kochi rulers.
It is has two kilometers stretched wall. It is built with red stones and marbles. Tourists can go for sound and light show which is available there to give knowledge of Mughal history. Qutub Minar-It is the oldest historical monument. It has beautiful Indo –Islamic architecture.
Humayun’s Tomb: This wonderful garden tomb is the primary significant example of Mughal structural design in India. It was constructed by Bega Begum in 1565 AD, nearly nine year later of death of her husband Humayun. Safdarjang Tomb: This is the last enclosed garden tomb in Delhi in the tradition of Humayun's Tomb and was built in 1753- 54 as mausoleum of Safdarjung, the viceroy of Awadh under the Mughal Emperor, Muhammed
The History of mosque of Muhammed Ali The Mosque of Muhammed Ali (1824-48) is a central dome style mosque. The mosque is a squared mass and is attached to a cubic courtyard. The mosque has a large sized central dome, four semi-domes and four corner domes. It has two tall minarets, and six small minarets. The mosque’s courtyard has a fountain, a clock tower and Muhammed Ali’s tomb.