She is so beautiful and well loved that the king had to create a tomb that is so grand and majestic that will make everyone stare and be mesmerised by its beauty.
Every corner of the Taj Mahal is asymmetrical to each other that regardless of which side you take a photograph from, the results are just stunning.
It is made with marbles and it’s arches/corners have intricate details/drawings of flowers, symbols and characters which made every corner so interesting. It’s a shame that the place is so touristy and crowded that my photographs cannot justify just how beautiful the Taj Mahal is.
Visiting the Taj Mahal was one of the highlights of my India trip and so I had to make sure that I have the right dress for this occasion. Some tourists were dressed in a traditional Indian Saree however I wasn’t able to find one that would suit me hence I opted for this silk blue dress I bought in a vintage shop back in London. It wasn’t very appropriate for the weather but it felt as if I was wearing a Saree too.
Below is a photo of me and my friend with aunties wearing beautiful colourful sarees. Don’t we all look pretty?