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When To Visit Taj Mahal

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If you really wish to take ultimate pleasure visiting the Taj Mahal in its appreciation the, we recommend that you spend at least one entire day in Agra and view this dream in marble at different times of the day. It is said that the Taj transforms its character with the changing light and timings. The exactness of Taj Mahal's design and construction is just as impressive whether you view it from across the river or from a meter away.

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First light of sun is a magical time when it's almost deserted and the first rays of the sun light up the Taj. During afternoon, the Taj is a stunning spectacle in white, and in the evening the Taj throws on the orange glow of the setting sun. Indeed, there's nothing more quixotic than watching the Taj on a full-moon night.

Taj Mahal in the Morning

The splendor of the monument is outlandishly undiminished by the crowds of tourists who visit each day, as small and immaterial as ants in the face of this immense and captivating monument. It is said that, the Taj is at its most attractive in the relative quiet of early morning, masked in mists and bathed with a soft red flame. The moment its huge marble surfaces fall into shadow or reflect the sun, its color changes, from mild grey and yellow to pearly cream and amazing white; it's well worth visiting at different times. This recreation of light is an important ornamental device, emblematically implying the presence of Allah, who is never represented in anthropomorphic form.

Loveliness of Taj Mahal during Day

This marble made wonder shows a different aspect of beauty at different times of the day. The sight of the Taj flooded with the subtle pinks of dawn is an etched in your mind and sight.

Taj Mahal at Sunset

Rays during the sunset, which fall on Taj cater an exotic shade of orange. But nothing beats the touching beauty of the Taj seen when the cool white marble is submersed in the soft silver light of the moon. Even in the dazzling light of the day, this wonder of the world shines with an awe-inspiring beauty.

Only some minutes alone in the continuously echoing inner chamber will reward you far more than several hours spent on a guided tour.