In an interesting discovery following excavations carried out by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) recently, remains of a summer palace have been reportedly found at the centuries-old Mughal-era garden Mehtab Bagh located opposite the Taj Mahal. The garden was reputedly Shah Jahan’s favourite spot which he used to frequent to get a view of the Taj Mahal at night, hence its name (Mehtab means moonlight in Urdu).

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