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Taj Mahal Secrets (part-2)

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A lot of thanks and credits to Praveen Mohan

What is actually in the underground the Taj Mahal?-

In the previous part, I gave you some idea that something is in the underground of the Taj Mahal. But, the question arises that what is it, and how big is it? In this part, you will get the answers to these questions.

But, before starting the topic, I want to raise a question.

As we know, Shahjahan built Taj Mahal, a tomb, after the death of Mumtaj Mahal to keep her body inside it and also ordered his body to be kept with Mumtaj Mahal after his death, and it took around 20 years to complete the monument, so during these years where was the dead body of Mumtaj Mahal? And also in 20 years, the dead body of Mumtaj Mahal must have been decomposed to skeleton. So, this means that Shahjahan dug the grave of Mumtaj Mahal after 20 years, and then shifted the skeleton of Mumtaj Mahal to the tomb, i.e., Taj Mahal.

Now, I start the topic.

What Taj Mahal actually is

Many locals here in the area of Taj Mahal say that in the underground there is a fort city by the name of Badalgarh. But, when we check on map, the city of Badalgarh is about 430 kilometers from Taj Mahal, and this distance is much-much bigger than the area of a city. So, are the locals wrong?

To know this, we have to go to another monument nearby Taj Mahal, which is the Agra fort. This fort is also made up of red sandstone, as you can see in the next picture.

When we look through the window of this fort, we can see the taj mahal. You can see it in the next picture, and also the zoomed image of the picture just below it.

But, what we will find in this fort? If you check on Internet, you will come to know that the present structure stands on an ancient structure, known as Badalgarh, which was a fort of Hindus. You can see that this information is also written on the pillar installed by the authorities.

This fort is just 2.5 kilometers far from Taj Mahal. So, is it possible, that the ancient structure beneath this fort is extended to Taj Mahal, and also linked with it?

First, we will look at the structure of the fort. As I have already told you that the present structure is made of red sandstone. But also look at the next picture. As you can see, even the whole structure is made of red sandstone; these domes are made of other material, which clearly points that these domes were added later.

Now, we go inside this fort. Look at this picture.

You can see that there is a gate here closed by iron rods, and behind them, there are iron spokes, which have very small gaps. Now, the strange thing is that how these iron spokes were attached from behind the iron door.

Now, anyone will quickly say that first the iron spokes were attached, and then this iron door was put in there. But, there is one more problem. As you can see in the red circle that the lock has been put out from inside the door. How is this possible, as the gap between the iron door and iron spokes is very small for even a child to put on the lock there?

It is possible only if anyone put on the lock from the other side, but how did he come out? The answer is that this door is not just a simple door which leads to a room or something. Behind this door, there is a deep passage, which is so deep that we cannot see what is on the other side.

Look at this picture.

You can see the same in the above picture. But, where does this passage goes? Now, there are other strange things in the fort. For example, also this fort also has such holes as we found in taj mahal, which you can see in the next picture. The presence of this hole is obvious as I have already told you that the present structure is standing on an ancient structure.

But, did that structure is still visible? Yes. There is a gate in the fort which is locked now, but we can see what inside. Have a look on next picture.

This is in the basement level of this fort. To look better what is inside, I have zoomed in the picture.

You can see in the red area that there are some pillars which are partially destroyed and as you can see walls are erected here in a way to hide them, and also plaster is applied on them for the same.Someone may argue that the pillars and the walls would have been made together.

If it would be possible, then it would be a pure non-sense architectural design. There would be no need to make these pillars in such a way, if the walls had already been there. Also there is no chance that these pillars would have been made later, as then these pillars have to be added to the walls, which is a pure non-sense.

Look at a second picture of the same place.

This picture shows that the walls have been made in the Islamic style. The one, before it shows partially destroyed pillars, and now this Islamic architecture arches. But, this is not the all.

While walking through the complex, there are places from where you can peek through to see what is beneath. Look at the next picture.

This clearly shows everything. Look at the next picture.

The pillar shown here is quite common in Hindu-architecture. This type of pillar is called eight-faced pillar or the Asht-Kon Stambh. Now, look at the next picture.

As you can see in the figure, that the arches in the front of the pillar are made with Islamic style. Look at another figure.

You can notice that the pillar which is circled behind that eight-faced pillar is destroyed and a wall is made passing through the place of that destroyed pillar. All this clearly empirically proves that there was an ancient Hindu structure beneath the Agra Fort which was purposedly destroyed.

The previous article on Taj Mahal, which I had written also showed that an underground structure (most probably Hindu structure) do exist beneath the Taj Mahal.

Now, I am not going to say anything more. Anyone who is reading this; I advise him/her to use his his/her conscience and think carefully. Please think on whatever you have read and try to figure out that, whatever the historians and archaeologists have told us about our history and our ancestors, is that true?

Thank you to all who have read this. And, once again a lot of thanks to Praveen Mohan.

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