क्या ताजमहल एक वैदिक स्थान था ?

क्या ताज महल एक वैदिक मंदिर था

हाल ही में पी एन ओक की किताब के बारे में जानने का मौका मिला, ओक साहब ने अपनी जिंदगी का बडा हिस्सा ताजमहल के इस रहस्य को जानने और लोगो तक पंहुचाने में लगाया, उन्होने एक किताब भी 1972 मे लिखी थी Taj Mahal a True story… लेकिन उनकी इस किताब को तब की इंदिरा गांधी सरकार ने प्रकाशित नही होने दिया था। शायद वोट बैंक का चक्कर था। ये बहस का विषय हो सकता है कि ओक साहब ने जो जाना , समझा, और लोगो को बताने का प्रयास किया , वो सत्य ना हो, लेकिन एक व्यक्ति की अथक मेहनत को सिरे से खारिज़ कर देना अत्यंत अलोकतांत्रिक है।
इसके बारे में लेख और जानकारी इंटरनेट पर मौजूद है, लेकिन जब एक मित्र ने ये लेख फारर्वड किया , तो रहा नही गया, और पाठको के लिये उसको लिख रहा हूं...यंहा वो सवाल उठाये जा रहे है, जो हम नजरअंदाज करते रहे है।
1910 के ब्रिटानिया इनसाइक्लोपीडिया में फर्ग्यूसन का ये बयान दर्ज किया गया था कि ताज महल पूर्व में एक महल था।

वो लेख आप स्वंय पढ लें, तो बेहतर होगा

Was the Taj Mahal a Vedic Temple?
We have all heard how the Taj Mahal, which is considered one of the great wonders of the world, was built as the preeminent expression of a man's love for a wife. That it was built by emperor Shah Jahan in commemoration of his wife Mumtaz. However, in our continuous effort to get to the truth, we have acquired some very important documents and information. There is evidence that the Taj Mahal was never built by Shah Jahan. Some say the Taj Mahal pre-dates Shah Jahan by several centuries and was originally built as a Hindu or Vedic temple/palace complex. Shah Jahan merely acquired it from its previous owner, the Hindu King Jai Singh.
This controversy is something I have explained more thoroughly in my book, "Proof of Vedic Culture's Global Existence." So, for those who want to know the details of this issue, you can find it there. And here is the photographic evidence that will provide greater insights into this. The point to consider is how much more of India's history has been distorted if the background of such a grand building is so inaccurate.
These photographs listed below are taken from an album that was found in India. On the back of each photo there is a stamp mark that says, "Copyright Archaeology Survey of India." This signifies their authenticity and that they must have been the property of that institution. This means a number of things: That the Archaeology Survey of India (ASI) had researched the evidence that proves the Taj Mahal and many other buildings were not of Muslim origin. It also shows that in spite of this evidence they refuse to open up further research that would reveal the true nature and originality of the buildings, and lead to understanding another part of the real history and glory of India.
These photos are black and white and were found in a simple photo album in India. Except for old age and some water damage on some of them (creating white spots in areas), most are still in relatively good condition. Each photograph was accompanied by a typed caption taped in the album under or near the photo, each of which gives a very interesting explanation of the subject and the Vedic influence recognized on the building and what it means. The captions accompany the photos on the following pages just as they were written in the album, so the style of English and the explanations are kept the same. I did not write them myself. They are obviously written from an Indian perspective. Whatever I may say about the photos are displayed in brackets [ ]. Otherwise I let the captions and photos speak for themselves. Some of these photos will show areas of the Taj where the public has no access, or what is rarely seen or noticed today.
It is because of the manipulation of history by invaders that the true greatness of India and Vedic culture has been stifled or hidden. And it is time that people everywhere realize how numerous lies and false propaganda have been passed around as if it were the truth in regard to India and its past, as well as its art, archeology, and the wonder of its culture. India and its Vedic society was one of the preeminent civilizations of the world, as I explained in "Proof of Vedic Culture's Global Existence." Now, through the increasing amount of revealing evidence that is being uncovered, that greatness of India's past and its contributions to the world are gradually being recognized. It is because of this that it is now time to rewrite the history of India.
"The Question of the Taj Mahal" (Itihas Patrika, vol 5, pp. 98-111, 1985) by P. S. Bhat and A. L. Athavale is a profound and thoroughly researched and well balanced paper on the Taj Mahal controversy. This paper goes well with the photographs listed below. It uncovers the reasons for the rumors and assumptions of why it is said that Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal, and presents all the inconsistencies of why that theory doesn't hold up. It also covers such things as the descriptions found in the old Agra court papers on the Taj; descriptions and measurements of the building in the old records; Aurangzeb's letter of the much needed repairs even in 1632 which is unlikely for a new building; records that reveal Shah Jahan acquired marble but was it enough for really building the Taj or merely for inlay work and decorative coverings; the observations of European travelers at the time; the actual age of the Taj; how the architecture is definitely of Indian Hindu orientation and could very well have been designed as a Shiva temple; the issue of the arch and the dome; how the invader Timurlung (1398) took back thousands of prisoner craftsmen to build his capital at Samarkhand and where the dome could have been incorporated into Islamic architecture; how it was not Shah Jahan's religious tolerance that could have been a reason for Hindu elements in the design of the Taj; how the direction of the mosque does not point toward Mecca as most mosques do; the real purpose of the minarets at the Taj; the Hindu symbolism recognized in the Taj which would not have been allowed if it was truly Muslim built; and even as late as 1910 the Encyclopaedia Britannica included the statement by Fergusson that the building was previously a palace before becoming a tomb for Shah Jahan; and more. A most interesting paper.
"An Architect Looks at the Taj Mahal Legend" by Marvin Mills, is a great review of the information available on the Taj Mahal and raises some very interesting questions that make it obvious that the Taj could not have been built the way or during the time that history presents, which makes it more like a fable than accurate history। This suggests a construction date of 1359 AD, about 300 years before Shah Jahan. the Taj Mahal was a pre-existing Hindu temple palace, built not by Shah Jahan but originally at least 500 years earlier in 1155 AD by Raja Paramardi Dev as a Vedic temple. Mr. P. N. Oak is another who has done much research into this topic, and such a study is hardly complete without considering his findings. The evidence he presents here is a most interesting read, whether you agree with it all or not, or care for some of the anger in his sentiment. Mr. Oak has presented his own conclusions in his books, most notably Taj Mahal--The True Story (ISBN: 0-9611614-4-2).

The Letter of Aurangzeb ordering repairs on the old Taj Mahal in the year just before it is said to have been completed.
The Badshahnama is the history written by the Emperor's own chronicler। This page shows how Aurangzeb had acquired the Taj from the previous owner, Jai Singh, grandson of Raja Mansingh, after selecting this site for the burial of Queen Mumtaz.

इसके अलावा बहुत से फोटोग्राफ है, जो इस दावे को बल देते है, कि बहुत कुछ एसा है, जो छिपाया गया है।


Neeraj Rohilla ने कहा…
पी. एन. ओक (ईश्वर उनकी आत्मा को शान्ति दे) अपने एतिहासिक शोध कार्य के लिए कम और कांस्पीरेसी थ्योरीज के लिए ज्यादा जाने जाते हैं | मैंने उनकी किताब भी पढी है | दिक्कत है की ओक साहब एक बात पे नहीं टिकते, कभी ताज महल को राजपूती महल बताते हैं और कभी वैदिक मन्दिर | उनके दोनों तर्क आपस में भी ठीक से सहमत नहीं होते |

ताज महल / तेजो महलया विवाद पर मैंने एक पोस्ट लिखी थी कभी समय मिले तो जरूर देखें |


उसके अलावा कभी ताज महल जाएँ तो थोड़ा समय निकालकर ताज से सेट ताज संग्रहालय भी जाएँ, वहाँ आपको आपके बहुत से प्रश्नों का जवाब मिलेगा | ओक साहब ने उच्चतम न्यायालय में भी याचिका दायर की थी कि ताज महल में खुदाई की जाए लेकिन वहाँ पर भी उन्होंने तर्क कम दिए और हवा में बातें ज्यादा की, इसी से उच्चतम न्यायालय ने उनकी याचिका खारिज कर दी |

इस विषय पर आर्कुट की Indian History कम्यूनिटी में बरसों से अच्छा वाद विवाद चल रहा है, अगर आपको अपनी जानकारी बढानी हो तो वहाँ भी जाकर पढ़ सकते हैं |
ताज महल किस कोण से मन्दीर नजर आता है?

यह लेख बहुत बार पढ़ा है, एक साइट पर तो इससे ज्यादा सामग्री देखी थी.

लेख अनुवादित होता तो ज्यादा लोगो तक बात पहूँचती.
Ranjan ने कहा…
aap bhi kanha PN OAK ke chakkar me pad gaye.. taj mahal mandir tha, mahal tha ya vahi he jo aaj he.. hamaari sehat ko kya fark padta he.. jaao or khubsurat naajaare ka aanand lo...

han ek baat.. oak saab se taaj mahal na hone ki baat ki par dhero dastavej he jo kahate he ki taajmahal sahajanha ne banvaaya.. unaka kya kare?
Udan Tashtari ने कहा…
ओक साहब को पहले भी पढ़ा. ज्यादा सनसनाहट ही है.
साथियो की बात सर ओखों पर, लेकिन यदि ओक साहब की बातो में सच्चाई हुयी तो बडी एतिहासिक भूल है।

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