The things you don't like when to Taj Mahal

Smoke and dust pollution, heat, long waiting times and the paddle pulling from vendors are the things you don't like when to the Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal, the tomb was "standing tears on the cheek of time", with the famous immortal love story of King Shah Jahan with Empress Mumtaz Mahal. She died in childbirth at the age of 39, the 14th child. Too painful before the departure of his wife, the King has to build the Taj Mahal in memory. But when the mausoleum completion, Shah Jahan was his son Aurangzeb deposed and abandoned until the end of his life. The Taj Mahal is the only thing he was seen through the cell window box.

The Taj Mahal was a masterpiece of architecture.

What makes the beauty of Taj Mahal is not just emotional love story but also because of "the perfect design and beautiful appearance for the world", according to President Bill Clinton. Him former us President said, there are two kinds of people in the world: "people who have seen the Taj Mahal and love it, people who have seen the Taj Mahal and still love it".

However, many visitors said that the Taj Mahal, the pride of the people of India are increasingly threatened by pollution. The dense smoke emissions from heavy industry, traffic congestion and acid rain causing architectural works were the golden yellow. The white marble shrine built over hundreds of years gradually the damaged and clinging black Moss, causing the Taj Mahal were covered with an old color.
The next thing making you unhappy guests in Taj Mahal is the offer and entice the customers from these vendors. "Their skills gained over many years and just move on to the next goal when you expressed your not interested," a traveller said.

The temperature is too hot and the waiting time is also the reason why the visitors tired. In theory, the Taj Mahal opened at Sunrise but found people lining up outside was very long from before. Before entering, visitors will be checked and bags, and must comply with the long list of prohibited items, including camera bracket.

Long lines of people queuing on the Taj Mahal

Despite the complaints, most visitors still look at the positive side and share: "even when having to go the long way from Delhi, facing traffic congestion and sweltering heat to picture people will also not degrading experience in Taj Mahal".