Taj Mahal Is Turning Brown & Green, And Here Is How It Can Be Fixed

The most beloved monument of India, Taj Mahal is changing colours – literally. The monument is facing new hazards in terms of air pollution.

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The green and black patches developed on the walls of Taj Mahal, and are emerging again due to insect attack. After directions from the Supreme court, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is once again set to start mud pack treatment on the marbled monument. Since 2015, the chemical branch of ASI has many a times initiated the therapy to remove blackish-green stains left after the insect attack.


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