A visit to a historical place

A visit to a historical place

There are many historical places in our country. Some of them are so important that people from foreign countries come to visit them. Mostly they are situated either in big cities or near them. In almost all state of India, there are places of great historical importance. Such places have their value educationally also. Visits to such places give a novel angle of Thinking apart from the pleasure of tour. (A visit to a historical place)

It was during Dashhera holidays that our class decided to go on a visit to Agra where the most beautiful monument, the Taj Mahal stands with all its grandeur and loveliness . Our teacher accompanied us in this tour we made this long journey by train . At Agra, we hired a big hall for our stay.

After talking rest for a while, our teacher contacted a guide to lead us to the Taj. It was almost Dusk , when we reached the spot. We saw the Taj Mahal , an unequalled magnificent Building situated on the bank of the sacred river “Yamuna” surrounded by beautiful gardens and Ponds. its architecture was unique. The guides explained very historical detail to us.

About Tajmahal

The Tajmahal was built by the emperor ShahJahan in memory of his beloved empress Mumtaz Begum. It is so finally built with marble slabs that the joints are not visible. It appears as if everything is curved and engraved on an enormous marble stone. The beautiful scenes of the location enhance its magnificence. The guide showed us every corner of the building. We sat in the garden for a long time and enjoyed the glamour of the Taj.
Very soon night befell. It was a Moonlight night. The silvery light of the Moon spread all over and the whole environment was cool and soothing. The grandeur of the glorious monument was further enhanced by the moonlight. It actually demonstrated the soft and deep feeling of ShahJahan for Mumtaz Begum.

Next day

The next day we went to see some other places of historical importance situated nearby . The other day we went to Delhi and visited the Parliament House, India Gate and rashtrapati bhavan . In the end we went to Rajghat to pay our tribute to late rashtrapita “Gandhiji”.

End of the tour

Finally we started on our return journey in a cheerful moon. All through out the journey we talked about the pleasant experiences that we bore in our minds. The Splendour of the Taj had left a deep impression on our hearts. At last we reached home in a fresh and jolly mode. I narrated the whole show to my parents and youngest brothers and sisters who were equally happy to hear the same.

“Really, the Taj Mahal is a poetry in marble. It is a love song sung by Shah Jahan.”

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