A post by an artist imagining the Taj Mahal’s construction in the future will give you a glimpse into history.

Artist's post showing construction of Taj Mahal imagined by AI will give you a peek into history

It looks like a flawless pearl against a background of orange. British painter William Hodges was mesmerised by the Taj Mahal’s grandeur when he first set eyes on it and said, “The effect is such I have never experienced from any work of art.” The Taj Mahal has endured the test of time since the Mughal era and still has the power to inspire awe in people.

Now, a well-known artist by the name of Jyo John Mulloor has published an amazing post with images of the Taj Mahal taken during the early phases of building. No, artificial intelligence (AI) created these instead of the genuine thing! Can you picture it? Midjourney was used to create the pictures.

A cursory glance at the photos reveals that many people worked very hard to build the massive tomb. “A look back in time! The Taj Mahal, the magnificent legacy of Shah Jahan, as seen during construction, was shown in the caption.


For his wife Mumtaz, Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built the magnificent monument at Agra. The laborious and complex building project began in 1631 and was completed in 1653. The monument is recognised as one of the Seven Wonders of the World and was built using the pure Makrana marble that was transported from a distant region.

More than 126k people have liked and commented on the post. The astounding photographs astounded many, and they wrote about how authentic they appeared.

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Sarthak Yadav

Sarthak Yadav

Sarthak is a freelance Tech Writer with well over 14 years of experience. He started his career with writing feature content and since then have kept his focus on the same. His work is published on sites like Futurefrog.net, Hotmantra, Oradigicle.com and . When not writing, he enjoys grooving on South indian Music.

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