Taj Mahal Has No Connection With India’s Culture:Yogi Adityanath 

Express News Global

updated:16,2017 17:40 IST


PATNA: Is the Taj Mahal, acknowledged as one of the seven marvels of the world, an image of India? Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath seems to have reservations. In Bihar’s Darbhanga for a capacity to check three years of the Narendra Modi government, the Chief Minister complimented the Prime Minister’s routine with regards to gifting Bhagwad Gita and the Indian epic Ramayan to outside dignitaries.

In this unique situation, he said prior, Presidents and Prime Ministers of India would blessing gifts.

“The blessings given to them were Agra’s Taj Mahal or some minar that has no association with India’s way of life or legacy,” said the 45-year-old saffron-robed Chief Minister.

“This is the first run through this has happened that when India’s Prime clergyman Narendra Modi travels to another country, or any outside president visits India, he is skilled the Shrimad Bhagavad Gita or Ramayan,” he said.

At whatever point Ramayan is skilled to any outside president, that displays the historical backdrop of Bihar,” he included.

In his discourse – touched upon emotive issues like triple talaq, Ayodhya sanctuary and unlawful butcher houses – Yogi Adityanath likewise hit out at spoilers and political adversaries.

A visit to the Taj Mahal, worked by Mughal sovereign Shah Jahan in 1630s, is an absolute necessity for remote vacationers in India. Named a “World Heritage site” by Unesco.

It is among the 10 famous spots to be tidied up under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Clean India mission. Consistently, the administration spends crores on its upkeep.

A month ago, the Chief Minister had gone by the Yamuna between the two legacy locales – Taj and the Agra fortress – and pulled up authorities for dumping untreated sewage in the waterway.