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  • The Mughal Empire was marked by a period of artistic exchanges and a Central Asian and South Asian architecture synthesis, with remarkable buildings such as the Taj Mahal.South Asia-Wikipedia
  • In 2012, it overtook the Taj Mahal to be the number one travel destination in Google's search trends for India.Kerala-Wikipedia
  • During the reign of Shah Jahan, the splendour of the Mughal court reached its peak, as exemplified by the Taj Mahal.Mughal Empire-Wikipedia
  • Exceptions to the ban were made for a few films, such as the colorized re-release of Mughal-e-Azam and Taj Mahal in 2006.Bollywood-Wikipedia
  • The Golden Temple in Amritsar is one of the major tourist destinations of Punjab and indeed India, attracting more visitors than the Taj Mahal.Punjab, India-Wikipedia
  • Much of Indian architecture, including the Taj Mahal, other works of Mughal architecture, and South Indian architecture, blends ancient local traditions with imported styles.India-Wikipedia

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