Kajal Aggarwal visits Taj Mahal for the first time and is mesmerized by its beauty, see pics

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Bollywood actress Kajal Aggarwal has recently visited Taj Mahal for the first time and is mesmerized by its beauty.

Kajal Aggarwal visits Taj Mahal

The actress shared several pictures on her Instagram, where she can be seen striking various poses.

Posting a picture of hers clicked at the Taj Mahal, Kajal wrote: “Upon seeing the #Tajmahal for the first time; I am left mesmerised, spellbound and awestruck by the magnanimity. I’ve heard so much about the captivating beauty of the Taj all my life but experiencing the architecture, acoustics, detailing of the inlays, symmetry and ofcourse the history transported me back in time, leaving an everlasting impression on my mind.”

The actress, who is being accompanied by her father to the monument also shared a couple of photographs with him.

She captioned the pic as, “Witnessing this #symboloflove made me reflect upon this topic, taking this opportunity to share my thoughts : In a culture where we tend to place romantic love on a pedestal, we can easily overlook the dynamic ways to experience love.
There’s the depth of close friendships, the sense of belonging in a community, the intensity of an artistic practice, a connection to our work, or any experience that provides companionship, support, self-discovery, and even the feelings of both elation and misery.
But this isn’t the common narrative, so for many single people – me included – we can mistakenly think we’re not good enough, or feel incomplete without this one, specific type of love.

After many years spent berating my own single status, I could see how carelessly narrow my own view of love had been and how short-sighted it is to view romantic love as a prerequisite to a happy life.

For many, being single is not about a lack of options for love, but a choice – a choice to apply a broader definition to love, and see the value in all its forms. (Also, Your happiness depends wholly on you, share that joy and completeness with your partner instead of thrusting the responsibility solely upon them)”

 

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Witnessing this #symboloflove made me reflect upon this topic, taking this opportunity to share my thoughts : In a culture where we tend to place romantic love on a pedestal, we can easily overlook the dynamic ways to experience love. There’s the depth of close friendships, the sense of belonging in a community, the intensity of an artistic practice, a connection to our work, or any experience that provides companionship, support, self-discovery, and even the feelings of both elation and misery. But this isn’t the common narrative, so for many single people – me included – we can mistakenly think we’re not good enough, or feel incomplete without this one, specific type of love. After many years spent berating my own single status, I could see how carelessly narrow my own view of love had been and how short-sighted it is to view romantic love as a prerequisite to a happy life. For many, being single is not about a lack of options for love, but a choice – a choice to apply a broader definition to love, and see the value in all its forms. (Also, Your happiness depends wholly on you, share that joy and completeness with your partner instead of thrusting the responsibility solely upon them) #enjoyingthesymboloflove #withpeopleilove #myvillage 💕

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Kajal Aggarwal visits Taj Mahal

 

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#touristythings #worldsbeautifulplaces

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Kajal made her Bollywood debut with Vivek Oberoi and Aishwarya Rai’s 2004 film Kyun! Ho Gaya Na. Unfortunately, the film didn’t do well at the box office. She has also featured in a number of Tamil films such as Naan Mahaan Alla (2010), Maattrraan (2012), Thuppakki (2012), Jilla (2014), Vivegam(2017) and Mersal (2017).