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Taj Mahal . By Tiffani Odle 3-205. Table Of Contents. Why was it built? Who was it built for? When was it built? Where was it built? What was it made of?. Why was it built?. The T aj Mahal was built in memory of an emperor’s wife. The emperor’s name was Shah Jahan.

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Taj mahal

Taj Mahal

By Tiffani Odle 3-205


Table of contents
Table Of Contents

  • Why was it built?

  • Who was it built for?

  • When was it built?

  • Where was it built?

  • What was it made of?


Why was it built
Why was it built?

  • The Taj Mahal was built in memory of an emperor’s wife.

  • The emperor’s name was Shah Jahan.


Who was it built for
Who was it built for?

  • It was built for Mumtaz Mahal.

  • She had died on June 17,1631.


When was it built
When was it built?

  • It was built around 1632.

  • It finished around 1653.


Where was it built
Where was it built?

  • It was built in Agra, India.

  • Agra is a city on the banks of the river Yamuna in the nothern state of Uttar Pradesh,India.


What was it made of
What was it made of?

  • It was made of white domed marble.

  • A style that combines elements from Islamic,Indian,and Persian architectural styles.


Internet resoures
Internet resoures

  • Wikipedia dot org