I have been overwhelmed with “what if “after a miraculous breakthrough! .
I have to keep reminding myself. Christianity is a great confession of truth.
I can’t stop here .I have to keep praising and hold to the the Truth.Only talking Christians win in life.When you’re alone, don’t be quiet; keep speaking the Word. Keep confessing the truth .Keep saying, “I’m a victor everywhere! I walk in the light of God. Child of the most High God. He cares about me.He is my refuge and shepherd. Success is in my spirit.” You can’t talk like this and be defeated in life. It doesn’t matter that you were born sick or poor; you can talk yourself into health, wealth and abundance. .
The power is in your mouth: “Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof” (Proverbs 18:21). #encouragement#truth#confessions#word#shereadstruth#she#encouraging
Taj Mahal, what a beauty! It's mind blowing beauty is a result of a handful of factors, which I came to know after my elaborate visit to Agra. 🧐
Did you know, the construction took 22 years for more than 20000 (yes, twenty thousands!) artisans to complete where the construction materials were brought from China and Arabia, transported by around 1000 elephants! Boy, look at the numbers! 😳
The white marble structure of Taj Mahal was a tradition breaker for Mughal architecture practice. Prior this construction, all other Mughal monuments/structures were made of red sandstone where Shah Jahan promoted the use of white marble inlaid with semi-precious stones.
Several factors about the Mahal makes it unique; like the way it changes its color with the time of the day, the symmetricity of every bit of the structure (apart from the tombs), and most amazingly, the way it is designed to fall away from the tomb in any event of collapse. Look at the tilted minarets! 🤯
Interestingly, everybody knows the name of Shah Jahan, the Mughjal emperor who built the Taj; but very few knows the great mind architect who was the designer and chief architect of this monument. Ustad Ahmed Lahori, an Iranian architect who created this - the amazing combination of Persian and Mughal architectural styles. The amount of detail intricate pierce works, flowers carved in marble, incised paintings in the inside of the dome and above all, the calligraphy of Quaranic ayaats will make anyone speechless! 😍