The Taj Mahal and Religions Essay by The Research Group

The Taj Mahal and Religions
Looks at the Taj Mahal and the religions of Islam and Hinduism.
# 69342 | 690 words | 2 sources | APA | 2005 | US

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The purpose of this paper is to analyze the Taj Mahal in terms of its cultural and spiritual identity as an Islamic site in a predominantly Hindu and Buddhist location. The paper looks at the Taj Mahal as a prime example of Mughal architecture and how religious ideas influence culture, art and architecture.

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"The Taj Mahal and the Religions of Islam and Hinduism Islam is a major religion that teaches there is only one God in all existence. They have precise and uncompromising doctrine that extends into daily life about God judgment heaven and how people should ..."

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