What happened to the man who built the Taj Mahal?

What happened to the man who built the Taj Mahal?

Shah Jahan lived out the last years of his life under house arrest in a tower of the Red Fort at Agra, with a view of the majestic resting place he had constructed for his wife; when he died in 1666, he was buried next to her.

What happened after Taj Mahal?

Soon after the Taj Mahal's completion, Shah Jahan was deposed by his son Aurangzeb and put under house arrest at nearby Agra Fort. Upon Shah Jahan's death, Aurangzeb buried him in the mausoleum next to his wife.

Who is owner of Taj Mahal?

Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata

Is there a Shiva temple under Taj Mahal?

Senior BJP leader Vinay Katiyar on October 18 said the Taj Mahal was Lord Shiva's temple called 'Tejo Mahal' which was converted into a mausoleum by Shahjahan./span>

Was China a Hindu country?

The religion itself has a very limited presence in modern mainland China, but archaeological evidence suggests a significant presence of Hinduism in different provinces of medieval China. Hindu influences were also absorbed in the country through the spread of Buddhism over its history.

How did Islam spread into India?

Islam arrived in the Indian subcontinent in the 7th century when the Arabs conquered Sindh and later arrived in North India in the 12th century via the Ghurids conquest and has since become a part of India's religious and cultural heritage.

Which state has the most Muslims?

New Jersey

Which is the best religion?

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Which is the most peaceful religion?

Islamist Sayyid Qutb wrote that Islam is the religion of peace in the sense of submitting all of mankind to Allah.

Which religion is the oldest?

The word Hindu is an exonym, and while Hinduism has been called the oldest religion in the world, many practitioners refer to their religion as Sanātana Dharma (Sanskrit: सनातन धर्म: "the Eternal Way"), which refers to the idea that its origins lie beyond human history, as revealed in the Hindu texts.