Taj Mahal: Hidden Rooms

Hidden rooms, chambers, and Foundations in the Taj Mahal that existed have been hidden and defaced then covered up away from the public gaze.

A secret storey below hiding in excess of 1089 rooms.
A secret storey below hiding in excess of 1089 rooms.

These arches along the eastern side of the plinth are an indication of the row upon row of rooms total 1089 that lie hidden inside the marble plinth.

Closely scrutinise how the arches and the rectangular ventilators above have been sealed with marble slabs of different sizes and tints.

These seven arches enclose stairs which lead to the top of the marble plinth symmetrrically from right to left and lead to hundreds of rooms enclsed behind the sealed arches

Secret Concealed Chambers: One of many chambers concealed containing Vedic idols.
Secret Concealed Chambers: One of many chambers concealed containing Vedic idols.

The Taj contains many doorways leading to secret chambers . These doorways have been sealed with brick and lime

2 independent visitors Mr P.N. Sharma and Mr Ganu have had a glimpse of some of those hidden chambers hiding vital evidence of Vedic idols and the rape of the Hindu Taj Mahal.

Besides these many are kept locked by the Government for fear of enraging Muslims and exposing the incompetence of historians world-wide.

The public must raise its voice to have these opened or should institute legal proceedings.

Rooms and Foundations that existed have been hidden and defaced then covered up away from the public gaze
Rooms and Foundations that existed have been hidden and defaced then covered up away from the public gaze

Rooms and Foundations that existed have been hidden and defaced then covered up away from the public gaze.

In the same room strips of ancient Hindu paint are seen on the wall flanking the doorway.

The niches above had paintings of Hindu Gods obviously rubbed off by Mogul desecrators.

The rooms may be seen door within door in a row.

The Archaeological Survey of India keeps conspiratorially locked to hood wink the public.

If the public knew of the Taj hiding hundreds of rooms they would insist in seeing the whole of it.

Original Rooms and Foundations that existed have been hiden and crudely covered up away from the public gaze.
Original Rooms and Foundations that existed have been hiden and crudely covered up away from the public gaze.

In a secret red stone storey immediately below the marble platform is one of the 22 riverside rooms

Note Shahjahan has crudely walled up a doorway with un-plastered bricks.

This crude blocking is Shahjahan grand building work.

IS IT JUST A PLAIN COVER UP OF THE ORIGINAL TEMPLE AND A CONSPIRACY BEING CONTINUALLY COVERED UP BY THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA

The public deserves to see this for themselves and investigate the matter further

One of the 22 rooms below with Hindu paintwork
One of the 22 rooms below with Hindu paintwork

A corner of one of the rooms in the secret storey immediately below the marble platform of the Taj Mahal.

Note the strips of Hindu paint on the wall. Shahjahan has crudely walled the ventilator at the left, meant for air and light from the riverside, up.

He did not bother even to plaster them.

Had Shahjahan built the Taj as a mausoleum what was the purpose of 22 rooms?

And why are they kept locked and hidden from the public?

The corridor below the marble platform with Hindu design
The corridor below the marble platform with Hindu design

On the inner flank of the 22 locked rooms

In the secret storey in red stone below the marble platform is this corridor about 12ft. broad and 300 ft long.

Note the scallop design at the base of the plinth supporting the arches.

This is Hindu decoration which enables one to identify even a bare plinth as Hindu.

The corridor is pitch dark because Shahjahan has sealed all the riverside ventilators allowing light and air.

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Hidden rooms evidencing alterations carried out to existing structures

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