Ask me and I’d say that the Taj Mahal is the world’s only monument that needs no praise. I mean its beauty is par comparison, I mean you don’t need to say anything about it. If you get what I mean!
Well I won’t really describe the Taj, you can Google it anytime. I try my level best in describing what it is like to take a walk with your loved one through the path that leads to it.
The best time to get amazed by Taj falls every summer morning between the times when the sun is hidden to the time when the first ray strikes your face. The cool breeze adds to it. That’s when you should be done with your walk and when you carry the moments of total rejoice.
Getting past the strict security check is a great deal of task; the guards don’t leave space for any mistake that threatens the monument. Then the great sigh of relief when the hurdles are over and there you stand to see the world’s greatest beauty through a huge gate that was meant to protect it from the enemies. Walk a little further and there it stands tall and strong as the architects left it, to amaze people, to amaze you of its beauty. I’m sure you are excited enough till now, all you need is a picture perfect pose to show off that you are also a witness to the wonder.
As you continue walking towards the monument, you see there is a magic in the fountains that escort you. As if they’re calling out your name to invite you to take a closer look of the white beauty and of course you can’t resist doing that. The monument awaits you till you take a walk around it. Till you look at the details of the carvings inscribed in color. That technology is still not achieved by the finest artist as well.
The walls inside the dome want you to keep looking at every inch detail, which you cannot accomplish as there is so much more to stay there for. The walk ends as soon as you get a sigh of relief, the relief with the satisfaction that you have been the witness finally.
Keep traveling and check this beautiful masterpiece off your bucket list!!
Sumedha is pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in
Mass Communication. Since she was bitten by a travel bug in her childhood, she loves to travel and explore new corners along with experimenting with food.
Her interests include writing her heart out and believes in staying true to her work.