What is another word for Taj Mahal?

Pronunciation: [tˈad͡ʒ mˈahə͡l] (IPA)

The Taj Mahal, one of the most iconic structures in the world, has many synonyms. It may be called the "Crown of Palaces," "Symbol of Love," or simply the "Taj." The word "taj" itself means crown or ornament, which is fitting given the structure's grandeur and beauty. The Taj Mahal is also sometimes referred to as the "Pearl Mosque," thanks to its striking white marble exterior. Another synonym is the "Dome of the Taj," which refers to the large, onion-shaped dome that sits atop the main structure. Whatever you choose to call it, the Taj Mahal is truly a breathtaking wonder.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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  • It's in human nature to mention any personal connection when offering solidarity, so I shall just briefly say that on my first visit to India, in 1980, I stayed at the Taj Mahal in Bombay, visited the "Gateway of India" and took a boat to Elephanta Island, toured the magnificent railway station, had my first diwali festival at Juhu beach, and paced the amazing corniche that was still known by some—after its dazzling string of lights—as "Queen Victoria's necklace." Wonderful though some of the 19th-century British architecture can be, Bombay is quintessentially an Indian achievement, and an achievement of all its peoples from the Portuguese-speaking Catholic Goans to the Zoroastrian Parsis.
    Christopher Hitchens
  • One can imagine having a procedural rule that anything ambiguous should be treated as the Taj Mahal unless we see that it is labelled "fog"…The motorist replies: "What sort of rule is this? Surely the best guarantee I can have that the fog is fog is if I fail to see the sign saying 'fog' because of the fog."
    Michael Frayn

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