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Black Taj Mahal project on track

Stephanie Sutcliffe

Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal between 1632 and 1654 in memory of his favourite wife, Mumtaz.

The ivory-white marble mausoleum, in the Indian city of Agra, is an architectural marvel of the modern world, and a tribute to a love story.

When Shah Jahan met saint Wali Shah and asked him to pray for his love, he saw that his love would survive in the form of the Taj Mahal.

Shah Jahan was in love with his wife Mumtaz and as a tribute to his divine love he had planned to build two Taj Mahals, one in the east and the other in the west.

However, that never happened due to the sad demise of his beloved wife.

So, Shah Jahan deviated from his plan to make a Black Taj Mahal.

In tribute to Shah Jahan, Gulf Tech International will go ahead with plans for the Black Taj Mahal.

Infrastructure development will include leases inside the Taj Mahal for Apple, Intel, Microsoft and many Western organisations who wish to open a branch in India.

No commercial registration will be required and all-inclusive offers will be given.

If you are interested in being a part of the Black Taj Mahal project, contact Gulf Tech International general manager Irfan Karamat Ali on 34035425.

He will finalise an agreement between the Indian community in Bahrain and the Foreign Ministry in India.

Every year an Indian flag-hoisting ceremony is held at the Indian Embassy as well as the Indian Club, followed by breakfast.

Indian food and culture is very popular among the Bahraini community.

South India is very special in terms of food and natural beauty as many from this region would like to visit and enjoy the landscape as well as the variety of dishes.

Every year on India’s Independence Day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi raises the Indian flag from the Red Fort in New Delhi.

The red sandstone fort and palace was also built by Shah Jahan, in 1639.

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