Delhi Has Its Own Taj Mahal Made Of Scrap Materials & It Looks Every Bit Magical

by Tania Tarafdar
by Tania Tarafdar 660

Nothing can beat the elegance of the Taj Mahal. The monument is a prominent symbol of love and the story behind it has inspired many around the world. But if Agra is not on the cards for you right now, you can still some romantic time with your bae in your Taj Mahal in Delhi. Yes, Delhi has a replica of the Taj Mahal, and it is every bit magical.

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The Replica Looks Regal After Sunset

The mini Taj Mahal is at the Waste To Wonders Park near Nizamuddin MS in Delhi. Visit the park when the sun sets, and you will witness the replica light up in all its glory. The monument looks as regal and royal in the evening. Also,  Savour Comfort Food At This Lakeside Cafe In Delhi With The View Of A Mughal Burj

The Replica Is Made Of Scrap Material

But here’s the fun fact. It turns out that it took 1,600 cycle rings, electric pole pipes, park benches, old utensils, nuts and bolts, cupboard sheets and many more things to build this replica. Yes, the monuments in the park are made of scrap materials. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has harnessed the wind and solar energy to light up the garden giving it a breathtaking sight during sunset and night.

The Park Has Replicas Of The Seven Wonders Of The World

Truth be told, this park is so gorgeous that we are finding it challenging to describe it in words. Apart from the Taj Mahal replica, the park also has beautiful models of the other six wonders of the world. A visit to the park is a must to understand that something built of scrap material can look so surreal. Explore The 7 Wonders Of The World From Your Couch.

If you are running out of ideas for your next date, take your bae to this beautiful park. You will come back with lots of pictures for your Instagram.

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