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Pictures of Taj Mahal rooms emerge amid row over ‘closed doors’

Archaeological Survey of India Newsletter with photos of The “secret cells” of the Taj Mahal


Archaeological Survey of India tweeted a newsletter with photos of The so-called “underground cells” in Taj Mahal – Three days before the court session on Petition to open rooms – in What was taken as a reminder by the preservation of the monument body to clear The air on arguing.

ASI, in short for Preservation bodytweeted in our January 2022 newsletter on May 9, three days before Lucknow bench of The Allahabad High Court has heard a petition seeking an investigation into “history” of The Taj Mahal. By May 9, the petition was already in The news It is subject to intense discussions and debates.

The court rejected the petition that requested for Opening of the doors of The Taj Mahal’s 22 rooms to watch” truthWhatever”.

The photos in ASI Newsletter show Recovery work in Underground cells of Taj Mahal, a World Heritage Site on The bank of Yamuna River in Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

Restore ASI newsletter details work on Monuments under its auspices throughout the country. In a section titled “The Taj Mahal, Agra District”, ASI showed four photos Two each, before and after the restoration work attacked out. Includes repair of walls, stairs, etc. scrapping of Old lime plaster decomposed and re-plastered,” reads the caption.

two more photos show repairs in The outer area of The Taj Mahal.

“The work of maintenance of underground cells on the river side Taking up. The lime plaster was decomposed and disintegrated removed And replace it with construction of lime plaster and traditional Lime treatment before application ” in January 2022 newsletter, referring to restoration and repair work in the Taj Mahal.

Rajneesh Singh, a young man from the BJP media in-the shipment in Agra, petition before Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court seeks directions to ASI to investigate 22 closed doors in Taj Mahal to find it out both idols of There are Hindu gods preserved.

Mr. Singh claimed false history About the Taj Mahal was taught, as well as the doors should open to find out The truth.

The Supreme Court said such discussions are intentional for The drawing room, not the court of Law. ‘The issues lie outside court and should done by various methodology and should He is left with Historians,” the Supreme Court said.


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