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The book Taj Mahal is an Ancient Siva Temple by P.N. Oak in English in Next File Origins Magazine: Higher Dimensions In Science (PDF). Taj Mahal - The True Story - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Those living in the.. dalema of TAJ MAHAL as a tomb of. Photographic Evidence – Taj Mahal a Vedic tingrakecoupde.gq - Download as PDF File that the true greatness of India and Vedic culture has been stifled or hidden. . Below the marble structure are two stories in red stone reaching down to the.

The coconut top and the bent mango leaves underneath. In Fatehpur Sikri it is the backgammon board which is sketched on a central courtyard. Such floor sketches in courtyards are a common Hindu trait. The length measures almost 32 ft. Hindu shrines in the Himalayan foothills have identical pinnacles [especially noticed at Kedarnath.

One may see it to the east at the foot of the riverside arch of the flanking building wrongly dubbed as Jamiat Khana community hall by Muslim usurpers. The 22 rooms shown in other photos are behind that line www.

The four storied marble structure above has under it these two stories reaching down to the river level. The apex of the lofty entrance arch on all four sides of the Taj Mahal bears this red lotus and white trident—indicating that the building originated as a Hindu temple. Photo 8: This is a riverside view of the Taj Mahal. Each arch is flanked by Hindu lotus discs in white marble. Just above the ground level is the plinth. In the left corner of the plinth is a doorway indicating inside the plinth are many rooms sealed by Shahjahan.

One could step out to the river bank from the door at the left. The 7th storey is surmised to be under the plinth below the ground because every ancient Hindu mansion had a basement.

Excavation to reach the basement chamber should start under this door. Photo 9: This is the riverside view. From here one may notice that the four-storied marble structure on top has below it two more stories in red stone.

Note the window aperture in the arch at the left. That indicates that there are rooms inside. Inside the row of arches in the upper part of the wall are 22 rooms. In addition to the four stories in marble, this one shows red stone arches in the 5th storey. The 6th storey lies in the plinth in the lower portion of the photo. In another photo a doorway would be seen in the left corner of the plinth, indicating the presence of apartments inside, from where one could emerge on the river for a bath.

Photo These corridors at the approach of the Taj Mahal are typically Hindu. They may be seen in any ancient Hindu capital.

Note the two octagonal tower cupolas at the right and left top. Only Hindus have special names for the eight directions and celestial guards assigned to each. Any octagonal feature in historic buildings should convince the visitor of their Hindu origin.

Guards, palanquin bearers and other attendants resided in hundreds of rooms along numerous such corridors when the Taj Mahal was a Hindu temple palace. Thus the Taj was more magnificent and majestic before it was reduced to a sombre Islamic cemetery. Close by on the right is the building which Muslims claim to be a mosque.

The proximity of a mosque to the Music House is incongruous with Muslim tradition. In India, Muslims have a tradition of pelting stones on Hindu music processions passing over a mosque.

Moreover a mausoleum needs silence.

Who would then provide a band house for a dead Mumtaz? Contrarily Hindu temples and palaces have a music house because morning and evening Hindu chores begin to the sweet strains of sacred music. Such are the rooms on the 1st floor of the marble structure of the Taj Mahal. The floor and the marble walls of such upper floor rooms can be seen in the picture to have been stripped of its marble panels.

Shahjahan used that uprooted marble from the upper floor for constructing graves and engraving the Koran because he did not know wherefrom to procure marble matching the splendour of the rest of the Taj Mahal. He was also so stingy as not to want to spend much even on converting a robbed Hindu temple into an Islamic mausoleum. Even the lower third portion of the walls is covered with magnificent marble mosaic.

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The doorway at the left looks suspiciously closed with a stone slab. The www. This is the Dhatura flower essential for Hindu Shiva worship. Shahjahan had to raise two graves in the name of Mumtaz—one in the marble basement and the other on the ground floor to desecrate and hide both the Shiva emblems from public view. Hindu Shiva Lingas are consecrated in two chambers. The flower is depicted in the shape of the sacred. It was the British who opened them.

We are still following Mogul dictates though long free from Mogul rule. This staircase and another symmetrical one at the other end lead down to the storey beneath the marble platform.

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Visitors may go to the back of the marble plinth at the eastern or western end and descend down the staircase because it is open to the sky. But at the foot the archaeology department has set up an iron door which it keeps locked.

Shahjahan had sealed even these two staircases. Yet one may peep inside from the iron gate in the upper part of the door. This is the Hindu decoration which enables one to identify even a bare plinth.

On the inner flank of the 22 locked rooms in the secret storey in red stone below the marble platform is this corridor about 12 ft. Note the scallop design at the base of the plinth supporting the arches.

Two doorways at either end of this corridor in the right side wall leading to inner apartments have been sealed by Shahjahan. If those doorways are opened. Many such features of the Taj remain unknown to the public so long as they see it only as a tomb. One of the 22 rooms in the secret storey underneath the marble plinth of the Taj Mahal. If the public knew how much it is missing in the Taj Mahal it will insist that the government unseal its many stories.

Note the strips of Hindu paint on the wall. A corner of one of the 22 rooms in the secret storey immediately below the marble platform of the Taj Mahal. He did not bother even to plaster them. The ventilator at the left. Had Shahjahan built the Taj as a mausoleum what was the purpose of the 22 rooms? And why are they kept locked and hidden from the public? The niches above had paintings of Hindu idols.

If the public knew that the Taj Mahal is a structure hiding hundreds of rooms. At present they only peep into the grave chamber and walk away. Strips of ancient Hindu paint are seen on the wall flanking the doorway. The rooms may be seen door within door in a row. One of the 22 locked rooms in the secret storey beneath the marble platform of the Taj Mahal.

Had Shahjahan built the Taj Mahal he would not have kept such elaborately painted rooms sealed and barred to the public. Even now one can enter these rooms only if one can influence the archaeology department to remove the locks. This esoteric Hindu design is painted on the ceiling of some of the 22 locked rooms in the secret storey below the marble platform of the Taj Mahal in Agra.

History has been so perverted and inverted that alien Muslims like Shahjahan who spoiled.

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A huge ventilator of one of the 22 rooms in a secret storey of the Taj. This room is in the red stone storey immediately below the marble platform. Here he has crudely walled up a doorway. Indian history has been turned topsy turvy in lauding destroyers as great builders. Such imperial Mogul vandalism lies hidden from the public. One of the 22 riverside rooms in a secret storey of the Taj Mahal. Sharma of Green Park. Concealed inside could be valuable evidence such as Sanskrit inscriptions.

Shree P. Hindu scriptures and temple equipment. Besides such sealed chambers there are many which are kept locked by the Government.

Many such doorways of chambers in secret stories underneath the Taj Mahal have been sealed with brick and lime. The Public must raise its voice to have these opened or it should institute legal proceedings. New Delhi who peeped through an aperture in these chambers in A.

Hindu idols. Burharpur is a very ancient historic city on the Central Railway between Khandwa and Bhusawal junctions. Mumtaz is supposed to be buried in this garden pavilion of the ancient Hindu palace Ahu Mahal miles from Agra. Burhanpur and the nearby Asirgarh fort used to provide hospitality to Hindu royals proceeding north or south on pilgrimage. Mumtaz died here during her 14th delivery around A. Barhanpur has many magnificent mansions which are currently being described as mosques and tombs of alien Islamic invaders.

This building is one such ancient Hindu royal palace captured by the Moghuls. She is said to be buried in a Hindu pavilion in front of this palace. The date of her death. It depicts Shajahan receiving the Persian ambassador inside the fort in Obviously the fort existed much before Shahjahan. Compare with this the photo of the tablet in English raised inside the fort by the Govt. Shahjahan ascended the throne in A.

This is emphatic proof of Indian history having been thoroughly falsified during Muslim rule in India. This contemporary painting shows him receiving the Persian ambassador in itself.

Since Shahjahan was in the fort in the year of his accession. This painting preserved in the Bodleian Library. The pair of scales is symbolic of impartial justice. The two swords laid hilt to hilt. It consists of a pair of swords laid hilt to hilt curving upwards. Bigger conches may be seen at the left and right corners at the base. At the sword points are two small conches considered sacred in Hindu tradition. The sacred Hindu Kalash water pot on the hilts is never noticed. But even this visual symbol has been blatantly misinterpreted.

The lotus bud on the kalash represents royal wealth. Dotted around are representations of the sun from whom Indian ruling dynasties claimed descent.

Such jalees are mentioned even in Ramayanic descriptions of palaces. Therefore some buildings claimed to be mosques in Ahmedabad which boast of such exquisite jalees lattices are Hindu edifices. The Hindu royal emblem mounted on the upper part of the jalee. This perforated marble screen inside the Khas Mahal i.

Below it is the royal Hindu insignia. The resplendent Hindu midday sun from whom Hindu rulers claim descent in the arch above flanked by the sacred Hindu letter OM. This proves the hollowness of the claim that Shahjahan commissioned the Red Fort. The curtain of building statues of elephants on forts and palace gates can be well judged by examining the palaces at Gwalior.

The Red Fort in Delhi has life-size elephants at its gate and elephants with riders atop its door knobs in the Khas Mahal pavilion. Then why should they have constructed statues? Had Shahjahan built the fort. Muslims were the destroyers of statues. Udaipur and Kota. Decorating homes. To the Hindu an elephant symbolizes might.

The public must insist on these being joined and displayed. This is a typically Hindu motif. The chopped up pieces may still be seen stored in the Khas Mahal basements. Other big life-size stone elephants decorating the Naqqar Khana Music House gate were slaughtered by Islamic invaders. That claim is baseless because 1 The entrance is of a temple design. The archaeological tablet outside claims that the mosque was built by Aurangzeb.

In this same pavilion is carved on the floor an exquisite lotus in full bloom as a fountain trough. On either side above the arch are trays holding five fruits each as holy Hindu offering. The arch at the bottom may be seen to be made of banana bunches.

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This temple-front design of ribbed gourd-like domes on either side with a pinnacle surmounted by a canopy in the centre. That true story of taj mahal by p. Oak is keen to find a World Vedic Heritage University to educate the world in the primordial Vedic unity of all humanity. However, experts warned this alone will not be enough to quash the suit, which has inflamed tensions in India at a time when growing religious intolerance is already a daily talking point. It is customary for Hindus to install two Shivalingas one over the other in two stories as may be seen in the Mahankaleshwar temple in Ujjain and the Somnath temple raised by Ahilyabai in Somnath Pattan.

Such apertures exist pf true story of taj mahal by p. Was the Taj Mahal originally an ancient Hindu temple? They may be seen from the river bank. Travelers who viewed Taj Mahal also viewed. The approach to Taj is dotted with tqj raised with earth dugout from foundation trenches.

HJS is fighting lawfully against these forces. The Tajmahal precincts extend to several hundred yards in all directions. Aurangzeb, therefore, ordered immediate repairs to the buildings at his own expense while recommending to the emperor that mxhal elaborate repairs be carried out later. A graveyard is planted only with shady trees because the idea of using fruit and flower from plants in a cemetary is abhorrent to human conscience. The presence of Bel and other flower plants in the Taj garden is proof of its having been a Shiva temple before seizure by Shahjahan.

Hindu temples are often built on river banks and sea beaches. The Taj is one such built on the bank of the Yamuna river an ideal location for a Shiva temple. Prophet Mohammad has ordained that the burial spot of a muslim should be inconspicous and must not be marked by even a single tombstone. In flagrant violation of this, the Tajamhal has one grave in the basement and another in the first floor chamber both ascribed to Mumtaz.

Those two centotaphs were infact erected by Shahjahan to bury the two tier Shivalingas that were consecrated in the Taj. It is customary for Hindus to install two Shivalingas one over the other in two stories as may be seen in the Mahankaleshwar temple in Ujjain and the Somnath temple raised by Ahilyabai in Somnath Pattan.

The Tajmahal has identical entrance arches on all four sides. This is a typical Hindu building style known as Chaturmukhi, i. The Tajmahal has a reverberating dome. Such a dome is an absurdity for a tomb which must ensure peace and silence. Contrarily reverberating domes are a neccesity in Hindu temples because they create an ecstatic dinmultiplying and magnifying the sound of bells, drums and pipes accompanying the worship of Hindu deities.

The Tajmahal dome bears a lotus cap. Original Islamic domes have a bald top as is exemplified by the Pakistan Embassy in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, and the domes in the Pakistan's newly built capital Islamabad. The Tajmahal entrance faces south. Had the Taj been an Islamic building it should have faced the west.

A widespread misunderstanding has resulted in mistaking the building for the grave. Invading Islam raised graves in captured buildings in every country it overran. Therefore, hereafter people must learn not to confound the building with the grave mounds which are grafts in conquered buildings. This is true of the Tajmahal too. One may therefore admit for arguments sake that Mumtaz lies buried inside the Taj. But that should not be construed to mean that the Taj was raised over Mumtaz's grave.

The Taj is a seven storied building. Prince Aurangzeb also mentions this in his letter to Shahjahan. The marble edifice comprises four stories including the lone, tall circular hall inside the top, and the lone chamber in the basement. In between are two floors each containing 12 to 15 palatial rooms.

Below the marble plinth reaching down to the river at the rear are two more stories in red stone. They may be seen from the river bank. The seventh storey must be below the ground river level since every ancient Hindu building had a subterranian storey. Immediately bellow the marble plinth on the river flank are 22 rooms in red stone with their ventilators all walled up by Shahjahan. Those rooms, made uninhibitably by Shahjahan, are kept locked by Archealogy Department of India.

The lay visitor is kept in the dark about them.

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Those 22 rooms still bear ancient Hindu paint on their walls and ceilings. On their side is a nearly 33 feet long corridor. There are two door frames one at either end ofthe corridor. But those doors are intriguingly sealed with brick and lime. Apparently those doorways originally sealed by Shahjahan have been since unsealed and again walled up several times.

In a resident of Delhi took a peep inside from an opening in the upper part of the doorway. To his dismay he saw huge hall inside. It contained many statues huddled around a central beheaded image of Lord Shiva. It could be that, in there, are Sanskrit inscriptions too. All the seven stories of the Tajmahal need to be unsealed and scoured to ascertain what evidence they may be hiding in the form of Hindu images, Sanskrit inscriptions, scriptures, coins and utensils.

Apart from Hindu images hidden in the sealed stories it is also learnt that Hindu images are also stored in the massive walls of the Taj. Between and when Mr. Rao was the Archealogical Superintendent in Agra, he happened to notice a deep and wide crack in the wall of the central octagonal chamber of the Taj. When a part of the wall was dismantled to study the crack out popped two or three marble images.

The matter was hushed up and the images were reburied where they had been embedded at Shahjahan's behest. Confirmation of this has been obtained from several sources. It was only when I began my investigation into the antecedents of the Taj I came across the above information which had remained a forgotten secret.

What better proof is needed of the Temple origin of the Tajmahal? Its walls and sealed chambers still hide in Hindu idols that were consecrated in it before Shahjahan's seizure of the Taj. Apparently the Taj as a central palace seems to have an chequered history. The Taj was perhaps desecrated and looted by every Muslim invader from Mohammad Ghazni onwards but passing into Hindu hands off and on, the sanctity of the Taj as a Shiva temple continued to be revived after every muslim onslaught.

Shahjahan was the last muslim to desecrate the Tajmahal alias Tejomahalay. That palace was none other than the Tajmahal. Babur himself refers to the Taj in his memoirs as the palace captured by Ibrahim Lodi containing a central octagonal chamber and having pillars on the four sides.

All these historical references allude to the Taj years before Shahjahan. The Tajmahal precincts extend to several hundred yards in all directions. Across the river are ruins of the annexes of the Taj, the bathing ghats and a jetty for the ferry boat.

In the Victoria gardens outside covered with creepers is the long spur of the ancient outer wall ending in a octagonal red stone tower. Such extensive grounds all magnificently done up, are a superfluity for a grave.

Had the Taj been specially built to bury Mumtaz, it should not have been cluttered with other graves. But the Taj premises contain several graves atleast in its eastern and southern pavilions.

In the southern flank, on the other side of the Tajganj gate are buried in identical pavilions queens Sarhandi Begum, and Fatehpuri Begum and a maid Satunnisa Khanum. Such parity burial can be justified only if the queens had been demoted or the maid promoted. But since Shahjahan had commandeered not built the Taj, he reduced it general to a muslim cemetary as was the habit of all his Islamic predeccssors, and buried a queen in a vacant pavillion and a maid in another idenitcal pavilion.

Shahjahan was married to several other women before and after Mumtaz. She, therefore, deserved no special consideration in having a wonder mausoleum built for her. Mumtaz was a commoner by birth and so she did not qualify for a fairyland burial. Mumtaz died in Burhanpur which is about miles from Agra. Her grave there is intact. Therefore ,the centotaphs raised in stories of the Taj in her name seem to be fakes hiding in Hindu Shiva emblems. Shahjahan seems to have simulated Mumtaz's burial in Agra to find a pretext to surround the temple palace with his fierce and fanatic troops and remove all the costly fixtures in his treasury.

An official term would not use a nebulous term unless it is to hide some thing.

A pertinent consideration is that a Shahjahan who did not build any palaces for Mumtaz while she was alive, would not build a fabulous mausoleum for a corpse which was no longer kicking or clicking. Another factor is that Mumtaz died within two or three years of Shahjahan becoming an emperor. Could he amass so much superflous wealth in that short span as to squander it on a wonder mausoleum? While Shahjahan's special attachment to Mumtaz is nowhere recorded in history his amorous affairs with many other ladies from maids to mannequins including his own daughter Jahanara, find special attention in accounts of Shahjahan's reign.

Would Shahjahan shower his hard earned wealth on Mumtaz's corpse? Shahjahan was a stingy, usurious monarch. He came to throne murdering all his rivals. He was not therefore, the doting spendthrift that he is made out to be. A Shahjahan disconsolate on Mumtaz's death is suddenly credited with a resolve to build the Taj. This is a psychological incongruity. Grief is a disabling, incapacitating emotion. A infatuated Shahjahan is supposed to have raised the Taj over the dead Mumtaz, but carnal, physical sexual love is again a incapacitating emotion.

A womaniser is ipso facto incapable of any constructive activity. When carnal love becomes uncontrollable the person either murders somebody or commits suicide. He cannot raise a Tajmahal.

A building like the Taj invariably originates in an ennobling emotion like devotion to God, to one's mother and mother country or power and glory.

Early in the year , chance digging in the garden in front of the Taj revealed another set of fountains about six feet below the present fountains. This proved two things. Firstly, the subterranean fountains were there before Shahjahan laid the surface fountains. And secondly that those fountains are aligned to the Taj that edifice too is of pre Shahjahan origin.

Apparently the garden and its fountains had sunk from annual monsoon flooding and lack of maintenance for centuries during the Islamic rule. The stately rooms on the upper floor of the Tajmahal have been striped of their marble mosaic by Shahjahan to obtain matching marble for raising fake tomb stones inside the Taj premises at several places.

Contrasting with the rich finished marble ground floor rooms the striping of the marble mosaic covering the lower half of the walls and flooring of the upper storey have given those rooms a naked, robbed look. Since no visitors are allowed entry to the upper storey this despoilation by Shahjahan has remained a well guarded secret. There is no reason why Shahjahan's loot of the upper floor marble should continue to be hidden from the public even after years of termination of Moghul rule.

Bernier, the French traveller has recorded that no non muslim was allowed entry into the secret nether chambers of the Taj because there are some dazzling fixtures there.

Had those been installed by Shahjahan they should have been shown the public as a matter of pride. But since it was commandeered Hindu wealth which Shahjahan wanted to remove to his treasury, he didn't want the public to know about it. The approach to Taj is dotted with hillocks raised with earth dugout from foundation trenches. The hillocks served as outer defences of the Taj building complex. Raising such hillocks from foundation earth, is a common Hindu device of hoary origin.

Nearby Bharatpur provides a graphic parallel. Peter Mundy has recorded that Shahjahan employed thousands of labourers to level some of those hillocks. This is a graphic proof of the Tajmahal existing before Shahjahan.

At the backside of the river bank is a Hindu crematorium, several palaces, Shiva temples and bathings of ancient origin. Had Shahjahan built the Tajmahal, he would have destroyed the Hindu features. The story that Shahjahan wanted to build a Black marble Taj across the river, is another motivated myth.

The ruins dotting the other side of the river are those of Hindu structures demolished during muslim invasions and not the plinth of another Tajmahal. Shahjahan who did not even build the white Tajmahal would hardly ever think of building a black marble Taj.That plaque is a specimen of historical bungling.

The Archaeological Survey of India is keeping discretely, politely and diplomatically silent about it to the point of dereliction of its own duty to probe into hidden historical evidence.

The ruins dotting the other side of the river are those of Hindu structures demolished during Muslim invasions. However, experts warned this alone will not be enough to quash the suit, which has inflamed tensions in India at a time when growing religious intolerance is already a daily talking point.

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You can look at the ones that interest you the most as described below, or go through them like a slide show by using the "Next" links on each page. It is customary for Hindus to install two Shivalingas one over the other in two stories as may be seen in the Mahankaleshwar temple in Ujjain and the Somnath temple raised by Ahilyabai in Somnath Pattan.

Those interested in an indepth study of the above and many other revolutionary rebuttals may read this author's other research books.