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It is not until you touched the cooling white marmot, run your fingers on the scripture of love, sensed the echoing scream of a brunt heart and inhaled the scent of every printed flowers, that you can say that you have indubitably seen Taj Mahal.
The story behind is tragic and ends like a Shakespeare with a east-an flavor. Shah Jahan was a ruler of the Indian Mughal kingdom. At the time of his death he had nothing left, no wealth, no family but what hurt him the most was the absence of his wife and her warming love. Due to her death he made a grand and beautiful palace to put her to rest. Unfortunately, after a decade when the last marmot brick was placed, his son took over the kingdom and placed his father in prison. They say he had a window where he could see the palace of his queen.
Once and for all
Once and for all, stand up even though it might seem impossible. May it be a million or trillion pieces of your heart and soul on the ground but still this is just a battle lost, you have a war left to win.
In the end it is not the soldier with least wounds that win. You will break and it will hurt but remember you have a war left to win. Stand up against your mind and stand up against the impossible. The strongest soldier is brave, brave for fighting against the fears. As long as you do not give up, the war can still be yours to win. The final soldier will stand alone, shattered heart, broken soul, crushed bones, but standing even though it did seem impossible.
“Only through true lost can you be truly happy, because it is only after lost that you can truly gain.”
-Guru Granth Sahib Ji