Effects of pollution on historical monuments. By:Seo Young Hwa, T .Sai Kiran, S.Leela & Y.Vikram. Taj Mahal turning yellow. The Taj Mahal, one of India's most famed monuments, has been gradually yellowing due to air pollution, authorities say.
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By:Seo Young Hwa,
The Taj Mahal, one of India's most famed monuments, has been gradually yellowing due to air pollution, authorities say.
Plans are afoot to give the white marble structure a mud bath - the mud will absorb the dirt already accumulated as it dries and is then washed off. The cost has been assessed at US$230,000, and will need to be repeated every two to three years.
Now their is a Green Zone near the Taj ie all automobiles running on fossil fuels are not allowed near the Taj and the Mathura oil factory has been shut down. Now to get to the Taj u get 0 Emission vehicles which will transport zero from the edge of the green zone to the gate of the Taj and vice versa.
Effects of pollution
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