Despite being the most common depiction of Indian architecture art, the angles in which this building is depicted are fairly similar. This is because the symmetry in its design. Taj Mahal photographs typically are from the front and highlight the careful placement of the gardens around it as well as the building. An example of this treatment is seen in countless works, however 'Taj Mahal- A Tribute to Beauty' by Nina Papiorek is one of the most moving examples of the symmetry that is not only in the building itself, but the grounds around it.
As a category of architecture art, few monuments are as unique or as well-planned as the Taj Mahal. The execution and skilled workmanship of this mausoleum is truly astounding and has fascinated artists and collectors alike with its sensitivity and sense of purpose.