How many years Shah Jahan lived his captive?

How many years Shah Jahan lived his captive?

Shah Jahan remained confined in a set of apartments of the Agra Palace for seven years. He died in 1666, and was buried by the side of Mumtaz Mahal in the Taj.

How did Shah Jahan spent his last days?

Shah Jahan was removed from the throne by his son Aurangzeb, and spent his last days as a prisoner at Agra Fort, a walled city near the Taj Mahal.

In which place Shah Jahan was imprisoned in his last years?

Agra Fort
Unfortunately, the last years of this great emperor were unhappy. Deposed by his son Aurangzeb, Shah Jahan was imprisoned in Agra Fort and remained there for eight years until his death in 1666.

Where is Shah Jahan buried?

Taj Mahal, Agra, India
Shah Jahan/Place of burial

At what age Shah Jahan died?

74 years (1592–1666)
Shah Jahan/Age at death

At what age Aurangzeb died?

88 years (1618–1707)
Aurangzeb/Age at death

Did Shah Jahan see Taj Mahal?

After 30 years as emperor, Shah Jahan was usurped and placed in the luxurious Red Fort in Agra in 1658. Forbidden to leave but with most of his usual luxuries, Shah Jahan spent his final eight years gazing out a window at the Taj Mahal.

Where is Taj Mahal built?

Uttar Pradesh The Taj Mahal, an immense mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648 by order of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, is the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage.

Which language did Shah Jahan speak?

Hindi language was coming into vogue, and Shah Jahan himself spoke Hindi and patronized Hindi poets like Sundar Das and Chintamani and Hindi musicians like Jagan Nath, Sukh Sen, and Lal Khan.

Is there a dead body in the Taj Mahal?

The dead body of Mumtaz Mahal was kept in a garden on the shore of Yamuna River for about 22 years till the completion of Taj Mahal in 1653 A.D. According to the locals of Burhanpur, Shah Jahan chose to built Taj Mahal in Agra for mainly three reasons.

Did Shah Jahan really cut hands?

Another popular myth around the Taj Mahal is that after the construction of the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan cut off the hands of all the workers so that such a structure could not be built again. Fortunately, this is not true.

Who lives in the Taj Mahal?

This gigantic mausoleum only houses two people’s remains: Mumtaz Mahal’s and Shah Jahan’s.