Tajmahal Review


The currently reviewing poems for publication in Dec. 2008 issue of Taj Mahal Review, International Literary Journal. Poems may be sent on any theme but should be the original creation of the poet. If you are interested in getting your poem published in Dec. 2008 issue of Taj Mahal Review, please contribute your poem to us. For submitting the poem please log on tocyberwit.net/taj.htmor send by email with your short bio (Optional) and address. Submissions are accepted until 15th November, 2008Thanks. Guidelines For Contributors Taj Mahal Review is published in June and December annually. Poems and stories may be submitted by all authors, whether first-time or published writers. The poems (maximum 35 lines), essays, short stories, literary articles and reviews (maximum 2500 words) must be in English. Poems with a special layout should be sent by email as an attachment using Microsoft Word. Haikus may also be submitted. (Maximum 10) Esperanto Essays and Poems with English translations may also be submitted. The matter sent for publication must be an original creation of the author. The plagiarised work should not be submitted. Your submission declares that the work is original, and your own. The contributors are also advised to give their full address, e-mail, and personal profile while submitting their work. World copyright of each writing published will rest with the authors. Proudly published by Cyberwit from the finest paper and composing including beautiful cover and design, Taj Mahal Review gives you the finest that the Publishing has to offer. A global feel with poets and writers around the world. An Award and certificate called AZsacra International Poetry Premium For Taj Mahal Review will also be given to selected poets. The Journal will be in the form of both Paperback & Hardback. Guidelines for Artworks Submission: The artwork must be an original creation of the artist. Submission to Cyberwit will be assumed ownership of the submitter. Send your artwork to us via email with high resolution (Minimum 150 DPI). Each artist will be required to send at least 1-2 paintings (Photos, Paintings and Drawings). All artworks (Photos, Paintings and Drawings) may be in B&W only. Few words about your artwork. A 50-word note on yourself. All copyrights remain the property of the artists. EditorDr. Santosh Kumar (India)

Taj Repalica in Taj City



Agra, It took seven years of chiselling and carving by 28 craftsmen and designers. Made in pure white Makrana marble like the original 17th century monument, a Taj Mahal replica will be opened to the public as part of a glitzy stage show from Friday.
The model, built upon a 12 x 12 ft area, weighs 8,250 kg. The workmanship and stone inlay work closely resemble the original. It will be showcased at the 400-seat Kalakriti auditorium specially built for the show.
Ashok Jain, the entrepreneur-promoter of the project, told press'For some time, we were feeling that tourists were not getting their due, with all kinds of restrictions on movement and photography. 'Now through our exciting and innovative presentation of a song and drama spectacle involving 60 artists, we have tried to marry the traditional media with the latest gadgetry, audio visual technology, including laser. The Taj will be presented in 10 different moods, representing varying seasons and hours


Beautiful Monuments


The Taj Mahal (meaning Crown Palace) is one of the most beautiful monuments built by the Mughals in Agra, India. Built entirely of white marble, its stunning architectural beauty is beyond adequate description and qualifies it as one of the eight wonders of the world. The Taj was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his dear wife and queen, Mumtaz Mahal.

Taj Mahal and Mestro


multi-instrumentalist Taj Mahal, a two-time GRAMMY® winner and one of the most influential American blues and roots artists of the past half-century, will embark on a nationwide tour in the final months of 2008 in support of Maestro (HUCD 3164), his September 30th release on Heads Up International। Maestro, Taj’s first U.S. recording in five years, marks the 40th anniversary of his rich and diverse recording career by mixing original material with chestnuts from vintage sources and newcomers alike। Guests on this anniversary gala include Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, Angelique Kidjo, Los Lobos, Ziggy Marley and others – many of whom have been directly influenced by Taj’s music and guidance.