Taj Mahal getting a facelift

May 16th, 2007

I knew this! I have always given beauty tips and maintained that they will give you the results. Getting famous with my beauty tips, people from Parliament came to see me, asking for help to give a facelift to “Taj Mahal”.

17th Century marble mausoleum, built by Mughal emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz is turning yellow. Air pollution monitoring and curbs on nearby industrial activity have failed to prevent India’s famed monument to love, the TajMahal.
Ten years ago Delhi Supreme Court imposed a ban on motor vehicles in the vicinity of the marble monument and ordered regular monitoring of the air quality around the monument. Vehicles cannot drive within 1.5 miles (2km) of the site and many of its three million annual visitors make their way to the TajMahal on horse-drawn carriages or battery-operated buses.

I have made myself very clear to the Indian authorities about my suggestions and help, it will cost them big. The process is not cheap it will come some where around $230,000 (£116,000).


Tonnes of Multani Matti (fuller’s mud), tonnes of lime juice, mix it make a paste and apply it on the TajMahal.
After the clay mixture has fully dried in the sun, it is washed off, taking the layer of dirt with it and exposing pristine white marble beneath. The process takes about two months.

After two months TajMahal will shine and I will be rich… (jusssssssssssssst kidding).
But the news of the face lift of Taj Mahal and cost for it, Is true!

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