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... t go near the Taj, I don't know why but that's a good thing they don't!
We enjoyed views of the red sandstone Mosque as the sunrise lit it up before we entered the Taj from the South side (the front side) through its huge arch. Inside are the tombs of Mumtaz Mahal in the very middle, and her husband Shah Jahan off to the left side. These are only decorative tombs. ...
... and the Red Fort. While both of these magnificent buildings are very different in structure, they are closely linked ... both were built (ie financed) by the same ruler, Shah Jehan. I will let the photos speak for themselves .... but the often heard comment about the Taj Mahal (ie "photos do not do it justice")......is totally correct. It's hard to describe, but you don't ...
... in there - so peaceful considering the bustling city is just outside. There were lots of people there just relaxing and enjoying the space. Afterwards we walked through the narrow streets of old Delhi to the Sikh temple. There are so many sights and smells and sounds (some good some bad!) it's amazing. We took our shoes off and washed our feet before going into the temple. Inside there were people playing music and singing ...
... hooting... and no one crashes ! Thursday morning we had an early start and made our way back to the pink city to visit both the astrology buildings and the famous city palace. The Jaipur astrology centre is home to the oldest and biggest sun dial - an interesting place to visit incredible how the solar time was measured. We then visited the City Palace commonly known as the 'Palace of the Winds'. It ...
... gate. There are several different entrances in. We were then pestered to get a camel ride or tuk tuk but we just walked once we arrived we had to be security checked. You aren't allowed to take any lipstick or liquids in. Then we wandered through the grounds to a massive arch which we could then see the Taj Mahal. It's one of the most impressive things I've ever seen it's literally huge!! It looks so grand and beautiful and obviously at this point it started ******* down even more. ...