The Radha Ashok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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From the tower Shah Jahan could look at the Taj Mahal where his beloved wife, said to be extremely beautiful, Mumtaz Mahal who died in childbirth having her 14th child.
It is the place where Shah Jahan died in the arms of his daughter looking towards the Taj Mahal where his beloved wife was buried.
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I have been lucky enough to travel to many countries where the traffic was insane! Vietnam was one of my favorite because crossing the street was like riding a rollercoaster and each time it felt like it was a life or death scenario. Hanging off chicken buses and the back of local trucks with Savannah in Guatemala was also SUPER thrilling and terrifying at the same time. Nothing I have ever experienced before prepared me for India.
When we ride in the ...
Mathura, Ayodhya and Kashi will forever ignite passions in the Hindu mind.Aurangazeb's decision ( and the many barbarians before him ) to raze down the temples in the 1600's and build a mosque on location will continue to haunt the political scene in this country for centuries to come.Lord Krishnas birthplace. Krishna Janmabhoomi.Army personnel with Kalashnikovs dot the temple. Sometimes outnumbering the Devotees.After passing through a metal detector, two levels of frisking you ...
... in person, it is magnificent, majestic, and a masterpiece! It was built over 22 years by emperor Shah Jahan in loving memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal and completed around 1653. The entire setting is beautiful and serene from all the greenery, reflecting pools in front, and river behind. It is absolutely breathtaking! The Taj has an air about it, some people even cry when they see it for the first time. We would ...