- Nafasat -

“Nafasat” or the finesse is an inherent element of the traditional architecture.
At Taj Heights, we strive to include the finer nuances of this Nafasat in detail of things without compromising the modern-day functionality.

- Ibaadat -

Spiritual gratification continues to be the inseparable emotion of the Indian ethos.
At Taj Heights, we wish to be awakened with the call of Aazaan and be able to offer prayers within the walls of our own habitat.

- ilm -

Knowledge must be attained, shared and shared again.
The cultural excellence must be combined with contemporary education to enhance the quality of lives and a better future for our children.
A nursery school within Taj Heights complex will make it more convenient for the young ones to walk to school and remain within safe confines of their home – complex.

- Qudrat -

The mughal Architects never compromised on the open spaces. Not only that they made beautiful gardens,
they also designed houses in such a manner that the beauties of outdoors seemed to walk in to their verandas.
The inspiration is clearly visible in the plans of Taj Heights. The green arcades and the jharokas from each house remind you of the grandeur of the royal bageechas.

- Virasat -

Delhi is a mix of influences, but the most pronounced and visible character comes from the dynastic Mughal Period.
The architectural ethos of the period define the cultural heritage of a city that continues to evolve as the seat of power and national pride.