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The Taj: Myth and Reality

R.V. Smith (Editor)
Synopsis The Taj, says a knowledgeable, is ‘a building that defies criticism and is within more measurable distance of perfection than any other work of man’. It is the embodiment of the best and most beautiful in philosophy, art and love. It is the expression of poetic fancy, a fairyland production, a magnificent edifice, a glorious contemplation. The ‘perfect beauty’ is celebrating the 350th year of her life now. The present work is our humble tribute to her ever-youthfulness, delicacy, grace and elegance!
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About the author

R.V. Smith

Ronald vivism Smith is more familiarly known as R.V. Smith. His columns, particularly 'Quaint Place', have delighted readers for several decades. His career as a journalsit spans nearly four decades R.V. Smith is a man of diverse interest. He has written books of poetry, a romantic novel and travelogues. He continues to write for The Statesman, The Hindu and Mid-day on a wide range of subjects. Considered by many as an expert on Delhi, particularly its forgotten monuments, R.v. smith belongs to the rare breed of amateur antiguarians.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Taj: Myth and Reality
Author R.V. Smith
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 817871083X
length 115p., Plates; 22cm.
Subjects Reference