From the moment you receive the "yes" answer to the request for marriage starts a new chapter of life, both for the groom to the bride, who will be instantly immersed in a series of preparations for their wedding, in a period leading up to the wedding day, after which you can think of the honeymoon that will start to married life.
It is therefore essential to make sure that everything is conducted in the right manner, planning time for everything about the journey, from the goal to the time of year, minimizing the risk of last moment incidents, sometimes also linked to the frenzy of the moment which can lead to forgetfulness of a bag or a document.
Besides, the honeymoon is the time when the neo-couple can finally find the right relax after a period emotionally important as what precedes marriage. This is why it is also important the right choice of a goal on which to find relaxation and romance right in order to enjoy the period of the honeymoon.
If you are dreaming of exotic honeymoon, rich in art and culture, but at the same time with breathtaking scenery and lush vegetation then India is your ideal destination, with culture, religion, relaxation, nature are just some of the options that a magical land which India can make you live in a continuous authentic discovery.
A honeymoon is a very special trip and the journey that follows one of the most important moments in a person's life, is a journey that will remain indelible in the memories with India not only a place enigma and full of contrasts, but also the land where romantic stories are told, where battles have been fought in the name of love, and where it was built the most beautiful monument dedicated to eternal love, where more than every other word eternity makes sense.
Be seduced and soak in the beauty of this country where ancient traditions are still intact and stir with modernity. Here the most symbolic place for a honeymoon is very special, hidden in the chaos, and is an enchanting mausoleum of white marble, the Taj Mahal.
Built in the seventeenth century, the work is a symbol of timeless love with Agra also offers other attractions like the Agra Fort, the tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah, and the nearby Fatehpur Sikri.
The Taj Mahal is considered a masterpiece, a mausoleum that dedicated by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1600 to his wife Mumtaz Mahal, a Persian princess who greatly influenced the life and the political vision of this emperor and who died giving birth to her thirteenth child, a girl. It is said that her death left the monarch in a deep mourning.
His wife before his death made him promise to build a mausoleum that would testify their love for eternity. The result of this promise was amazing with the best craftsmen and engineers of the Islamic world gathered to Agra to build a work of rare beauty that tells this story to the world to this day.
The Taj Mahal, however, truly earns the title of world wonder. It's a triumph of white marble that exudes a serenity and timeless harmony. The place is flooded with tourists but manages to rein a magical tranquility and will leave you literally breathless in the sunset light that filters through the walls of this beautiful marble mausoleum.
Wrap yourself in the magic of this place, because of the charm and romance in the air given off by the city offering the perfect place to spend the honeymoon in the most optimal way to start the married life.
Whatever route you choose in India, all roads lead to the Taj Mahal, the Palace of the Crown of poetic Agra. Symbol of unconditional love, by the ruler Shah Jahan in honor of his beloved late wife, it is a tribute and remembrance of his deceased wife forever. It is one of the seven wonders of the modern world. A trip to India is worth it just to see the Taj Mahal, the Crown Palace located in Agra, northern India, one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
The white colour of the monument perhaps ensembles love in its purest form and its view in charming full moon nights is a ride through fairyland changing colours from the pearly pink at dawn and opalescent by moonlight. It was dedicated by mughal emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his loving wife Mumtaz, whose grave lie inside the monument. The grave lies a level below the main chamber, which contains the cenotaphs of shah jahan and mumtaz. The Persian Princess, Arjumand Banu, was his second wife and died giving birth to their fourteenth child.
The taj mahal built entirely with white translucent marble and surrounded by four rounded pillars or minarets is situated in the banks of river Yamuna. It took 22 years and 20000 workers to refurbish this monument under the principal architecture ship of Ustad Isa, whose one of his fingers were chopped so that he cannot re-create a masterpiece again, like the taj. Masons, craftsmen, sculptors, and calligraphers were brought from Persia, the Ottoman Empire, and Europe to work on this masterpiece. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.
There is a small water body in front of the taj, the source of which is the river yamuna. It is surrounded by beautiful pine trees and a magnificent garden. It was used marble from all over India, Tibet turquoise, lapis lazuli and sapphires from Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, for a total of 28 kinds of precious stones.
The great dome that rises flanked by four tapering minarets is also of white marble stained, but for its location near the river, it becomes ever changing depending on the light of the different hours of the day and the seasons. The play of reflections that make you go to create the Taj Mahal always different shades of pink in the morning, white in the evening and golden when the moon shines.
The taj mahal has been invaded many times and has lost quite some shine due to this. It is believed that the cenotaph of mumtaz was covered by a blanket of embedded pearls in it, which is no longer there, as also many other precious items and jewels inside and outside of the monument.
Would you like to enjoy the full moon with the most romantic of the stories? Then Agra is for you during the Purnima or the full moon night when you can visit at night the Taj Mahal, the seal in white marble of love between the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and Mumtaz and one of the seven wonders of the world.
The mausoleum, a tear marble stops on the cheek of time, as defined by the Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore. This palace, perhaps the most poetic of all time, is also a hymn to the geometric perfection. The shape of the square, in fact, represents the earth, combined with the spherical dome, which symbolizes the transcendent through the octagon, or the human.