Taj Mahal : A Vedic Temple?
The Taj Mahal a mausoleum in Agra, India,is one of the seven wonders of the world.It is considered as a symbol of the eternal love.The Mughal emperor Shah Jahan had it built in memory of his wife, Arjumand Banu Bagam, known as Mumtaz Mahal (Persian for ?Elect of the Palace?), who died in 1631.
Recently there has been a lot of controversy over the ownership of the Taj.Recently it was declared Sunni Wakf property on the ground that it is the grave of a woman whose emperor husband was a Sunni.Untill now The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) had been looking after it.
Hoever there are people who are raising an entirely different questions.
Was the Taj Mahal a Vedic Temple?
This is what the site has to say:
We have all heard how the Taj Mahal, which is considered one of the great wonders of the world, was built as the preeminent expression of a man’s love for a wife. That it was built by emperor Shah Jahan in commemoration of his wife Mumtaz. However, in our continuous effort to get to the truth, we have recently acquired some very important documents and information. There is evidence that the Taj Mahal was never built by Shah Jahan. Some say the Taj Mahal pre-dates Shah Jahan by several centuries and was originally built as a Hindu or Vedic temple/palace complex. Shah Jahan merely acquired it from its previous owner, the Hindu King Jai Singh.
This controversy is something I have explained more thoroughly in my book, “Proof of Vedic Culture’s Global Existence.” So, for those who want to know the details of this issue, you can find it there. And here is the photographic evidence that will provide greater insights into this. 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.
Not only that the site also contains photographs and references to proove it’s point.
So,is this true?Or is the author of the page a budding Dan Brown?
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