Hidden Taj Mahal in Nepal

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Nepal is a land of Yak & Yetis, Stupas & Sherpas and some of the best trekking on earth. It is situated in the greatest heights of Himalayas. Most popular destinations to visit are Pokhara city, online betting sites in india the casinos, and the hallowed Pashupatinath temple. Apart from this, you can also visit Lumbini & Bandipur via Buddhist Tour betting sites in india.

If I ask you that have, you heard about the Nepal's Taj Mahal apart from Taj Mahal in Agra. Most of you will answer in no. Many of you were in the dark about the ideal destination for honeymooners. Thousands of tourists visit Nepal online betting sites in india, but remain glued to the beaten track  betting sites in india

To promote neglected destinations with intense potential, Nepal celebrates Tourism Year 2011 with a campaign in order to bring million of tourists. Built in 19th century by an aristocrat who was also the grandfather of Vijayaraje Scindia, the Nepal's Taj Mahal is also a tribute to love.

The Taj Mahal is located in the quite town betting sites in india, Tansen also known as Nepal's Darjeeling. The Taj Mahal is also referred as Rani Mahal.

Love tale related to it states that a general of Nepal army, Rana, plotted the assassination of his uncle, Ranadip Singh Bahadur, but after the act was done he was banished to Palpa in western Nepal by his wary brother Bir, who succeeded the slain ruler. Later on Rana stripped of his name from the commander in chief of the army and died in exile in Banaras.

During expat in western Nepal, he was consoled by strolling him with his wife Tejkumari along the banks of Kali Gandaki River. Legends said that the queen got intentions that she will be dying soon and thus asked Rana to build a memorial, so that she remains alive in people's mind.

The place where she expressed her wish, Rana built there two-storeyed memorial mansion, surrounded with gardens and shrines. However, the mansion was neglected after his death.

In 1998, it was taken over by the Department of Archaeology and since then Taj Mahal has neither been restored fully to its old beauty nor promoted widely.



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