Taj Mahal is tarnishing. The Supreme Court of India has asked the government to turn to the international community.

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 Taj Mahal is tarnishing. The Supreme Court of India has asked the government to turn to the international community.


World wide network (World Wide Web), according to the Broadcasting British Corporation (BBC) May 1st, the India Supreme Court has instructed the government to seek help from the international community because the discoloration of Taj Mahal is worrying. The Taj Mahal was built in the middle of seventeenth Century. It was built by King Mughal, the wife of the Mughal Empire, Shah Jahan, who died for his birth. Taj Mahal is widely recognized as a business card in India. It is also listed in the world heritage list by the United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), attracting about 70 thousand visitors a day. However, over the years, the white marble of Taj Mahal has turned yellow. After seeing a few recent photos of Taj Mahal, the India Supreme Court judge said the color of the marble originally turned yellow, now looks green and darkening now and ordered the India government to turn to domestic and foreign experts for help. It is reported that the marble of Taj Mahal is turning yellow due to haze. The back wall of the building is becoming greener due to the pollution of insect excreta due to the serious pollution of the yomna river. Since environmental organizations first warned of damage to the building, India has taken a variety of cleaning methods, including mud membrane cleaning in January, which is expected to be completed by the end of this year. The India government has shut down thousands of factories near Taj Mahal, but environmental groups say the marble is still losing its luster. According to the previous media reports, from April 1st this year, the India government also restricted visitors to Taj Mahal within 3 hours, but the effect of blocking building loss seemed not to be obvious. BBC said the court accused the government: even if you have professional skills, you have not been making good use of it, maybe you do not pay attention to Taj Mahal, but we have to save the building. It is reported that the Supreme Court judge MadanB.Lokur and Gupta (DeepakGupta) responded to Indias prime minister modi and the government of Uttar Pradesh in a week, and the latest hearing will be held in May 9th. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 The India government has shut down thousands of factories near Taj Mahal, but environmental groups say the marble is still losing its luster. According to the previous media reports, from April 1st this year, the India government also restricted visitors to Taj Mahal within 3 hours, but the effect of blocking building loss seemed not to be obvious. BBC said the court accused the government: even if you have professional skills, you have not been making good use of it, maybe you do not pay attention to Taj Mahal, but we have to save the building.