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About Taj Heights
The City of Delhi, revived and rebuild 13 times in the known history is replete with hints of grandeur, knowledge of town-planning, water management and cultural heritage of many dynasties who ruled in different eras.
Some of the finest buildings in Delhi and around were built by the Mughals. Residential architecture of the Mughals in India was essentially functional and aesthetic at the same time. The glory of gardens and expansive open spaces was however lost during the years of British influence when the descendents of the architecturally savvy nawabs were pushed behind the oblivion of the narrow lanes around the Jama Masjid. History is being rewritten…. the gardens could be back…
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