Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada along with his family visited India’s most influential and famous heritage “Taj Mahal” in Agra over the weekend. Sophie Gregoire, his wife has accompanied him along with three kids, Hadrien, Xavier, and Ella-Grace.
In the past few years, India along with the prominent heritage Taj Mahal has witnessed many foreign dignitaries. The scenic Taj Mahal was built by the 17th-century ruler of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his beautiful wife Mumtaz Mahal who after giving birth to their 14th child died. The heritage is located at Yamuna River.
Taj Mahal is considered to be the astonishing example of the architecture during the Mughals as it was influenced by the blend of elegant designs of Islamic, Indian and Persian. The monumental structure is purely crafted with the elegance of white marble with semi-precious stone studded while being inscribed with “Quran” verses. Since 1983, it has been designated as the “World Heritage” site by the UNESCO and is considered to be one of the seven greatest wonders of the world. The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau has landed on Saturday in India for a long state visit. The Canadian PM is expected to visit Mathura’s Elephant Conservation Center (Wild Life Century) after completing his visit to Taj Mahal.
The Wild Life Century of Mathura is expected to be shut for the public for minimum 2 hours as the Canadian PM will be visiting the sanctuary along with his family. Justin Trudeau’s week-long state visit in the country will include Amritsar, Mumbai, Agra, New Delhi and Ahmadabad while also providing opportunities for Indian leaders in business and government to connect with Trudeau while strengthening the economic ties of Canada and India and promoting girls and women empowerment.
The close friendship between Canadian and Indian the two countries will reaffirm while discussing measures for increasing the bilateral cooperation. There will be several roundtable conferences with participation of Trudeau for promoting the investment and trade between the two countries.