Monuments made up of White Marble from India..

There are many monuments that are made up of White Marble India they are like:

The TajMahal
The TajMahal

1. The TajMahal, that is fully made up of white Indian marble, TajMahal is located in Agra, and made by a Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his beloved wife. The TajMahal is one of the seven wonders of the world. The TajMahal means “CROWN OF PALACES” according to Persians and Arabics, Its garden has lot of trees and fountains, The other one is:

 

The Lake Palace
The Lake Palace

2.The Lake Palace, formerly known as Jag-Nivas, it’s a luxury hotel in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. it is made up of Indian White Marble, and it is located on a natural foundation of 4 acres (16,000 sq mt.) on the Jag-Nivas island in lake Pichola Udaipur India. It was built in 1743 in the supervision of Maharana Jagat Singh 2. and was called Jag-Niwas after its founder, the successive Ruler used this place is as their summer resort holding their Darbar in its cortyart with columns terraces fountains and gardens. and another one is:

 

The Sikh Gurudwara
The Sikh Gurudwara

3. The Sikh Gurudwara situated in Bidar distt. of Karnataka has water tank (Amrit-khud) built in made up of Indian White marble. Built in the Sikh architecture style, the Gurdwara is a lively blend of the Mughal and Rajput styles. Onion-shaped domes, multi-foil arches, paired pilasters, in-lay work, frescoes, etc. are of Mughal extraction, more specially of Shah Jahan’s period, while oriel windows, bracket supported eaves at the string-course, chattris, richly ornamented friezes, etc., are derived from elements of Rajput architecture such as is seen in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner and other places in Rajasthan.

 

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