Agra: The work of replacing 400 dilapidated jasmine floors of the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world, has started. The special thing is that these stones will be replaced 370 years after the memorial is built. These stones will be replaced by stones brought from Rajasthan. An order has been placed to bring a red stone from Banshipaharpur in Rajasthan and marble from Makrana for applying jasmine floors.
The construction of the Taj Mahal was completed in the year 1648. It is being told that jasmine floor stones have not been changed since then. The Archaeological Survey of India has also completed the tender process of marking and replacing 400 stones. Stones have also been purchased with him. Now the work of carving these stones will begin. These stones will be carved on the outskirts of the monument to ensure that there is no damage to the memorial.
These will be cut through machines before the floor stones are applied. These stones will be carved with chisels and hammers by the workers. During this time, very fine particles of stone are scattered on the floor with air. In such a situation, the other stones of the memorial may be damaged if rubbed by the feet of the tourists visiting here. Therefore, the work of carving the red stones will be done in the workshop located on the side of the Dussehra Ghat and the white stone ie marble will be carved in the Goshala.