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    The Corridors

    through which, long time ago, would walk an Emperor. India.


    Lining the corridors would be the Royal Guard.


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    Boy simply love the light effect on it and black and white is simply looking great.

    Any more photos on this collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProPhtogrphr View Post
    Boy simply love the light effect on it and black and white is simply looking great.

    Any more photos on this collection.
    Thank you sir. And welcome to GetDPI.

    At the end of the corridor, stands a door. Open this door and step out.

    You shall step into history..thousands of years of history.


    That door leads to the Dynasty formed by the one called ' Oceanic '.
    You might know him by a different name.

    Who do you think I am talking about?

    Hint: The empire was the biggest in its domain than anything ever ruled over then or since then! To this day.

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    Step on the other side of that door and a history unfolds.

    The history is that of a people whose ancestors can be traced back to Temuchin, born in Central Asia around 1167.
    This man came to be known as Khan, the Lord/Leader, of the Mongols of the Steppes.

    He adopted the title Chingiz, meaning Oceanic.

    He is known in the West as Chenghis Khan.

    The man who built the Taj, Shah Jahan, is descended from Zahir Udin Mohd. Babar. Babar was descended from Timur ( leung in the west ). 13th in line from Chenghis Khan.

    So much for history.

    The photo you see below is the palace where Shah Jahan was imprisoned
    by his son Aurengzeb.

    Shah Jahan would look at the Taj from these three balconies. They are now closed to the public.


    Take the balcony exit on your right. Turn right for 30 meters.

    That is where Shah Jahan would sit and look at his wife's tomb.

    I have posted a a photo of Ayesha in that very place.

    History spanning a thousand years.

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    The corridor through which would move a queen...


    Leading to the room in which she was ' confined '.


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