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Taj Mahal: Was it a Vedic Temple? Photographic Evidence, by Stephen Knapp

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Uploaded on Jun 24, 2011

Here we look at the photographic evidence to see the Vedic influence that is in the structure of the Taj Mahal. Take a look and decide for yourself what you think. Controversy around the Taj Mahal exists in deciding whether it was actually built by Shah Jahan in Islamic architecture, or whether he merely took it from the previous Indian ruler, indicating that it was built according to the pre-existing Vedic science of architecture. This video is an introduction to more elaborate information and captions to these photographs that can be found at www.stephen-knapp.com and http://tajmahalrealhistory.wordpress.com. Stephen was the first to put these photos of the Taj Mahal on the internet on his website, and they have caused both great insight and debate, but certainly conversation about the topic, and have traveled the globe many times through people's emails, websites, and even videos. Take a look at them on this video and then see the additional information found on Stephen Knapp's website about this topic, and then decide for yourself what you think.

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