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Asked On2017-05-17 16:39:33 by:manjarimattur

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Taj Mahal a miracle in marble and a historical mon
ument is facing great danger from
pollution created by existing foundries, power hous
es, railway yards and Industrial units.
Accordingly to some environmentalist, the problem n
ow seems to have been aggravated, because
of the commissioning of Mathura Oil Refinery, about
40 Km from the priceless monument.
However it is to be hoped that certain antipolluti
on safeguards built in the refineries will
minimize the effect of pollutions on the monument.
According to some reports, pollutants from existin
g foundations, power houses and
railway yards are already affecting Taj Mahal. Blac
k and brown patches are disfiguring the shiny
white surface of Taj Mahal and also there is format
ion of gypsum, scaling and flaking effects.

from various sources mentioned mixes with the atmo
spheric moisture and gets
converted into H2O


which settles down on the exterior surface of the
Taj Mahal. The acid
reacts with marble and corrosion and discoloration
of monument is the ultimate result.

Answerd on:2015-01-17 Answerd By:Nikhil-bharadwaj

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