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Taj Mahal and the Photographer

Mukesh Srivastava

Joined February 2009

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Wall Art

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Artist's Description

Camera: Nikon D70S, 18-70mm

It got featured in The Photographer in Action Group on 10.7.09

It also got Kodak POTD Award on 12.3.2010

It also got featured in Colors and Light Group on 12.3.10

It also got featured in Light of Love Group on 13.3.10

The marble dome that surmounts the tomb is the most spectacular feature. Its height of around 35 meters is about the same as the length of the base, and is accentuated as it sits on a cylindrical “drum” of about 7 metres high. Because of its shape, the dome is often called an onion dome or amrud (guava dome). The top is decorated with a lotus design, which also serves to accentuate its height. The shape of the dome is emphasised by four smaller domed chattris (kiosks) placed at its corners, which replicate the onion shape of the main dome. Their columned bases open through the roof of the tomb and provide light to the interior. Tall decorative spires (guldastas) extend from edges of base walls, and provide visual emphasis to the height of the dome. The lotus motif is repeated on both the chattris and guldastas. The dome and chattris are topped by a gilded finial, which mixes traditional Persian and Hindu decorative elements.

Camera: Nikon D70S

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