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Restoring The Taj Mahal

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Niti Patel

on 13 June 2013

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By Niti Patel
Restoring The Taj Mahal
Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal
The Taj Mahal
How we can restore Yellowing
How to Restore The Stones
To prevent the wearing away of the marble
Shah Jahan is the ruler of the Mughal Empire
Mumtaz Mahal is Jahan's wife
Was built as a tomb for Mumtaz
7 million people go to visit each year
Organizations have started to help restore it
The Yellowing of the Taj Mahal
Water and air pollution turned the Taj Mahal yellow
Then
Now
Restrictions have been made on how far cars go
Restrictions have been made on where factories and industries are built
The Stones Of the Taj Mahal
The stone is white marble.
Most Mughal Empire buildings are made of red sand stone.
Tata Group
Tata group donated $383,000-$750,000
Main concern is the damaged stones
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