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Taj Mahal, India. Part I360° Aerial Panoramas

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In The New Seven Wonders Of The World list Taj Mahal, a mosque-mausoleum located in Indian city of Agra, takes a very important place.

In spite of its Muslim origin this white marble necropolis became an actual symbol of India. Serious security measures are taken to protect it. There is a special 500-meter security zone established around the complex. Cars are to be parked 2 kilometers away, and the rest of the way tourists have to travel by rickshas, carriages, or electromobiles, because it's believed that car exhaust fumes cause yellowing of the marble facing. There is even a barbed wire fence on the opposite shore of Jamuna River, which runs beside Taj Mahal. Security personnel totals hundreds of men. 

In January 2012 Dima Moiseenko, our photographer, went to Agra to meet the Superintending Archaeologist in charge of Taj Mahal and asked him how to get a permit to photograph Taj Mahal from air. Security is so tight in Taj Mahal that one cannot even enter with a tripod. But that wasn't the only issue: Dima was asked to hand over his lighter and cigarettes. 

Taj Mahal

The Archaeologist listened to the request of his guest from remote Russia and replied, "I'll allow you to shoot with a tripod, but you can forget about aerial photographs". Last time someone took pictures of Taj Mahal from air was 10 or 15 years ago. And as long as I've been here, no one else has been able to do that. A few years ago some foreigners tried to launch a radio-controlled helicopter from a boat on the river, but the police immediately arrested them. I strongly advice you against this trick." 

We were curious who managed to take an aerial photograph of Taj Mahal. After searching the Internet we found out that it was Yan Artus Bertran, a famous Frenchman, who took pictures of Taj Mahal from a helicopter in 1997.

15 years have passed and no one else was able to get a permission to shoot the monument from air. Mr. Bertran had a full support of UNESCO and French government, so one can imagine the resources he had available for this project. Unfortunately, the only resource AirPano had was a group panoramic photography enthusiasts from Moscow. 

Taj Mahal

And so we decided to visit the Embassy of India in Moscow. Dima went to the Embassy and made a presentation about AirPano project. He told them about our non-for-profit work focused on showing people the most interesting places of our planet from a bird's eye view.

They expressed an interest in our work and asked us to prepare all the necessary documents about the planned photo shoot. The paperwork took almost 2 months, we went back and forth, correcting documents and providing comments when necessary. Finally, when we were shooting in Cambodia, good news came from the Embassy: we were given the permission to shoot in March.

I will let Stas tell you the rest of the story.



Although we had a trip to Jordan planed in March, we canceled it and went to India. Dima Moiseyenko and I arrived to Agra, India, the home of Taj Mahal, in March 2012. 

First of all we went to visit the Superintendant Archaeologist, with whom Dima met in January. Only this time we had the papers. At first, very unwillingly, the Superintendant Archaeologist allowed us to fly over Agra, except for Taj Mahal. But then, referring to a phone call from Dehli, he denied us entirely. He said that we had to go to the capital and gain a permit from the Ministry of Civil Aviation (yes, for a 100-meter height launch of a small manually controlled helicopter). As if to make us feel better, he allowed us to shoot inside Taj Mahal with a tripod.

To say that we were frustrated after that conversation is to say nothing. Our entire trip was falling apart right in front of our eyes, because Taj Mahal was our main goal.

Taj Mahal, aerial photo

We spent the following day knocking on every door we knew, from police to other local authorities, trying to get the permit. But all our efforts were in vain. After listening to our story, every single bureaucrat sent us back to the Superintendant Archaeologist.

As a last resort, Dima called the Embassy of India in Moscow and told them that despite of all the papers from Delhi, we were being denied to photograph Taj Mahal. They said they would look into it, but it could take a lot of time. And we had only 3 days left.

The same night we held "a council of war" in our hotel room. We declared that, using the papers from the Embassy as a backup, we would launch the helicopter from under the wall by the riverside.

The take-off should be done in the open, in the sight of the security guards, so that we wouldn't be shot as terrorists. It was clear that we had only one chance to shoot, and that they wouldn't allow us to do it again.

In the morning we packed our equipment and went to our photo shoot, preparing ourselves to spend some time in a local jail. However, we received a phone call on our way to Taj Mahal. It was an employee of the Embassy in Moscow. He said that we had to go to the Superintendant Archaeologist's office and get our photo permit. He managed to resolve all the issues for us. Still in doubt, we entered the office. The Superintendant Archaeologist didn't grace us with his presence; a small clerk handed us the paper. 

And that was it! The permit to fly over Agra Fatehpur Sikri Fort and, more importantly, a permission to photograph Taj Mahal from air for 2 days straight!

Taj Mahal, aerial photo

To be honest, I didn't believe my own eyes at first, but the sight of Dima dancing in the street dust finally convinced me. 

We photographed Taj Mahal twice in the morning and one time in the evening. That was one of the most challenging and thorough work we'd done so far. We had to carry our helicopter on the premises 3 times. And each time it was a nightmare. Every local security guard had to stop us and ask — with huge surprise in his eyes — how exactly did we manage to sneak in our gear. Routinely we would show him our papers, which he would study for 10 or 15 minutes, only to say that we couldn't shoot here.

But yes, we did it! We were the first ones in 15 years to fly over Taj Mahal and photograph it. We were the first to make a virtual aerial tour around Taj Mahal, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. And now you can admire the beauty of the symbol of India in a way only birds could do before.

Taj Mahal, aerial photo

After this we shot in many other places in India, such as Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort, Varanasi, Jaipur, and Delhi. Fortunately, we didn't have any difficulties there. On our last day in India we also received a permission to photograph at the territory of unique Akshardhama (New Delhi).We will publish these materials on as they go through post processing.

Stay tuned! 



Taj Mahal was built by order of Shah Jahan, a Great Mughal emperor and the descendant of Tamerlan, in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. In our cynical times it's hard to believe in feelings strong enough to withstand 17 years of marriage and 13 children. But it's a fact — all legends and stories of that time tell us one thing: when they first met, Shah Jahan was enchanted by his chosen one, so from that moment on he didn't pay attention to his other wives. When Mumtaz Mahal died during childbirth of their fourteenth baby in 1631, Shah aborted his war campaign, returned home and dedicated the rest of his life to building the mausoleum.

Taj Mahal

Twenty thousand workers had been building the monument for more than twenty years. Beside local experts, foreign architects — Venetian and Frenchman — were invited to participate in the development. Combined efforts gave birth to five-dome building, which was 74 meters high on the platform with 4 minarets in the corners. The walls are faced with polished semitransparent marble, brought to the site from a 300 kilometers distance. It looks white in the bright daylight, pink during sunset, and silver in the moonlight. Furthermore, walls are decorated with turquoise, agate, malachite, carnelian and other gemstones delivered from many countries including Russia.

The grand building of Taj Mahal is surrounded by park. Water canals divide the park into square sections. The wide canal with fountains runs from the main gate. When the fountains are silent one can see a magic reflection of Taj Mahal in the water...

Taj Mahal reflections

While the construction was in progress, Shah Jahan had an idea to create the same monument for himself on the opposite shore of Jamuna River that runs right behind the mausoleum. It would be made of black marble and connected with his wife's mausoleum by an openwork bridge. Unfortunately, this beautiful dream did not come true. In order to maintain a clear view of the most spectacular mausoleum in the world, it was prohibited to erect more than 4-storey buildings in 3 kilometers radius.

However, many years of grief and obsession with building the mausoleum prevented Shah Jahan from attending to his country's needs. As a result, he was overthrown by his own son (son of the woman to whom he dedicated the mausoleum) and spent the rest of his days in jail. The legend says that, as some cruel joke, his jail windows were facing Taj Mahal, the monument to his loved one whose untimely death led to his demise.

Taj Mahal is not just one of the most famous India landmarks. It is a rare monument, which needs to be seen and also to be felt. This is a story of love artistically preserved in stone, and it affects everyone who sees it. 

You can also watch the short video from the above of Taj Mahal.

Text by Stanislav Sedov and Oleg Gaponyuk, photography and video by Stanislav Sedov and Dmitry Moiseenko

4 June 2012

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2012-06-21 12:50:18    
  5 from 5

"You have made an already beautiful creation more beautiful"

madhvi singh, India

2012-06-21 12:19:00    
  5 from 5

"Truly awesome & may I add - a zillion times more beautiful than the real. I have lived in Agra a couple of years & cycled down to the Taj ever so often in rain & shine / morning,evening,noon.Have seen it by moonlight too BUT never like this. Congratulations! Your presentation is super"

Sudha Singh, India

2012-06-21 12:06:11    
  5 from 5

"For any successful venture in India you need a lot of patience. And the Taj Mahal is not the only example. Hats off to you guys for the persistence in getting the permissions and bringing the world these absolutely breathtaking views of the Taj!"

Austine Crasta, India

2012-06-21 09:48:11    
  5 from 5

"veryyyyyyyyyyyyy beautifullllllllll nice etna khubsoorat k furan any ko dil chahy but buhat pyara prettyyyyy lovely tajmahal.aur God bless u jes ne etna acha dekhaya un ka"

atiqa gull, Pakistan

2012-06-21 08:14:02    
  5 from 5

"Outstanding Photography and beautiful Music with it, One of the best presentations that I have seen in recent times."

Mohammed M Ali, USA

Varvara, AirPano: We appreciate your interest.

2012-06-21 05:39:26    
  4 from 5

"Awesome project...hope to see taj mahal in moonlight."

Vivek Sahay, India

2012-06-20 22:22:21    

"unbeliable The grand building of Taj Mahal."

khalid Memon, Canada

2012-06-20 16:06:15    
  5 from 5

"One of a kind Taj Mahal, and one of a kind photography. We visited Agra long time ago and now you refreshed our memories.

Do you have photoes of the Taj in full moon night ? unless I missed it on your site. If not, then hope you could capture its glory at night ...


Pasha S, Canada

2012-06-20 15:09:44    
  5 from 5

"Wonderful! I love it :)"

Danica Maricic, Croatia

2012-06-20 14:48:18    
  5 from 5

"Wonderful photography to preserve the Taj Mahal in pictures. No doubt the Taj Mahal is the most beautiful monument-of-love on the planet. India has been blessed with beautiful architecture and natural beauty and this photographic project is very impressive. Excellent job done."

Shabbir Abbas, Canada

Varvara, AirPano: Many thanks for your kind opinion.

2012-06-20 12:51:08    


shivasharanayya swami, India

2012-06-19 22:29:47    
  5 from 5

"Congratulations for your wonderful job !!!! Now I don't feel the desperate need of visiting after seeing so much, even from the sky !!!
And please, keep on working in these kind of awesome and outstanding projects !!!!"

Flori Rodriguez, Costa Rica

Varvara, AirPano: Many thanks for all.

2012-06-19 22:05:43    
  5 from 5

"a masterpiece viewed from the eyes of a free spirit. Millions of thanks to AirPano Team. I love all your projects....but this one takes the cake."

najmus hassan, USA

2012-06-19 13:35:14    
  5 from 5



2012-06-19 06:32:04    
  5 from 5

"Thanx a million, Fantastic Architecture, wonderful photography, Beautiful Music."

Mumtaz Ali Lalani, USA

2012-06-18 22:12:02    
  5 from 5

"Air Pano, your voluntary organization freely gives 7.2 Billion souls on earth an unparalleled opportunity to see this magnificence for perpetuity, along with numerous others that we can never see in one lifetime. THANK YOU on behalf of 'Human Kind' now and forever ! From one humbled soul, who has enjoyed The Taj Mahal three times in one life....but never like this !"

Aadil H. Mistry, USA

2012-06-18 16:08:47    
  5 from 5

"before i write any thing else i slut to the air pano team who work for Taj Mahal Project.

I lived in Pakistan but my parents are both belongs to Agra, India and they migrated to Pakistan in 1947 independence. Since my birth i listen about Taj Mahal and was very facinated with its Pictures. I did not went to India but by your project my dream is almost fullfilled as i see the Taj in so much details which i have not seen before. Once again I congratulate the whole air pano team for this wonderful project. Hope you continue your effort. God bless you."

muhammad saleem qureshi, Pakistan

2012-06-18 09:17:11    
  4 from 5

"U hv made an already beautiful beautiful building more beautiful..An artist's view.."

Ravinder Sadhu, India

2012-06-18 08:42:47    


ravikrishan krishan, India

2012-06-18 07:15:27    
  5 from 5

"Thanks a lot for ur effort....but there is saying after building this awesome monument....Shahjahan cut the hands of the workers who built it...bcos they wont be able to built it for someone else....NOw I wanna cut ur dont mind...."

Mohammed Hannan Ali, Australia

2012-06-18 05:50:01    
  5 from 5

"Congratulations.Your persistence in getting the permit from Indian authorities ultimately paid off.
I visited Taj Mahal in 1962 and again with my family in 1987. After seeing these amazing pictures, I am so excited to go back to visit again. Excellent photography."

Sethu Raman, Canada

2012-06-17 07:59:24    
  5 from 5

"TAJ deserves the highest rating available,even infinity.
The way this has been presented in itself deserves the highest rating .The person who chose the music also deserves highest award, who but MAHATMA GANDHI THE FATHER OF OUR MOTHERLAND BHARAT.


2012-06-17 06:53:28    
  5 from 5


Ashok Nowlay, USA

2012-06-17 03:11:32    
  5 from 5

"you you you youy, fantstique"

A; hafid benkhadda, Algeria

2012-06-16 23:12:07    
  5 from 5

"I lived in Agra for years seen taj thousands of time but this panoramic view is great,it enhances the beauty even Sahjhan would not have dreamed,if given choice he will come out of grave to admire this . wowwww its great"

kuldip PARMAR, Canada

2012-06-16 15:10:50    
  5 from 5

"What can I say except wow, it brings emotions to the point of real touch."

sanjay ahlawat, India

2012-06-16 09:08:18    
  5 from 5

"superb..!! really amazing..!!"

KAshyap Patel, India

2012-06-16 08:18:17    
  5 from 5

"Excellant . No words for explain . Best photos I have seen about Taj."

Pragnesh Desai, India

2012-06-16 06:04:40    
  4 from 5


sreenivasan akshinthala, India

2012-06-15 13:42:41    
  5 from 5

"simply awesome, Thank you very much ..."

Amol Turkhade, India

2012-06-15 10:05:21    
  5 from 5

"I had no doubt about excellence in your work but my congratulation, primarily goes to airpano team in getting one of the most difficult paper work done!"

Rajen Nandwana, India

Varvara, AirPano: Thanks a lot! It was really hard paper work.

2012-06-15 02:11:47    
  5 from 5

"Great video! Wonderful resolution."

Paul Green, USA

2012-06-14 19:42:36    
  5 from 5

"Great work of love and we are grateful for the same."


2012-06-14 17:27:05    
  5 from 5

"this is very nice to see taj from near.
Alash ! Very Nice.

My heartly thanks to all memeber of team who did this work."

Om Prakash maatwal, India

2012-06-14 16:23:45    
  5 from 5

"Simply amazing. Magnificent photography"

Ramachandran S, India

2012-06-14 15:56:38    
  5 from 5

"it's amazing, superb.... great"


2012-06-14 10:20:48    
  5 from 5

"It was a marvelous and satisfying experience and felt as if I was in the helicopter looking down."

Krishna Chandra Singh Sanger, India

2012-06-13 21:13:09    
  5 from 5

ana pascoa, Portugal

2012-06-13 13:59:55    
  5 from 5

"This is absolutely fantastic!! Thank you!!!"

John Arthur Thomas, India

2012-06-13 09:00:33    
  5 from 5

"surely rating can not be less than 100%mindblowing photos. our hug compliments. i have been vis Tajmahal freequently but never was so excited. however these photos have given me so excitement i must vis and explorlore all the possobilitiesto see TAJ fm all d angles as depicted in pictures. thanx"

jeevan chhetri, Nepal

2012-06-12 21:19:44    
  5 from 5

"wooow amazing thats all i could say.. all the best with 360 virtual tours :)"

Mamoon Musaddiq, United Kingdom

2012-06-12 12:58:42    
  5 from 5

"Tajmahal, itself is beautiful but you have added charchand and broght before the common people."

Govind Bajaj, India

2012-06-12 04:50:35    
  5 from 5

"very great one.....thanks."

sureshkumar velayudhan, India

2012-06-11 23:07:32    


Sudhir B.

2012-06-11 21:25:57    
  5 from 5

"Great Planning, superb Organising, positive Leading, excellent Control has ultimately made your Achievement amazing. It can easily be rated as the 8th Wonder. May God bless you to create many more new wonders. Keep the wonderful job on. Cheers!"

Sunil Ullal, India

2012-06-11 08:01:18    
  5 from 5

"Very nice"

Ravindra Pawar, India

2012-06-10 09:51:33    
  5 from 5

"I only wished that Shah Jahan should have lived to see his masterpiece like this through the eyes of your camera in an aereal manner. He would not have believed his own eyes. Marvellous piece of Hard Work indeed."

Jayaraman Nagarajan, India

Varvara, AirPano: Thank you for a high estimation of this pano.

2012-06-09 22:01:27    
  5 from 5

"it was excellent-i had seen the taj in 1998 when i came with my late wife shoukat to meet prime minister bajpai on his invitation-after that i went to see the taj-this version together with the music is remarkable."

samin khan, Pakistan

2012-06-08 15:07:18    

"Congratulations ! You could manage to get the permission to aerial shoot Taj Mahal. This became possible only because you are foreigner. My plight is, I being an Indian, I shall never ever get such a permission atleast this life time. I just want to shoot with my professional camera, which alone is a good reason for them to say a no. In India, first response to any request is always a 'NO', and each and every individual however junior or senior may he be in authority cadre will exercise his power and make a demonstraion of his authority by saying a "NO". Here Everybody is a Somebody."

Deepak T, India

Varvara, AirPano: Thanks for your opinion.

2012-06-08 13:27:43    
  4 from 5

"worth watching keep sending"

parikh piyus, India

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Moscow, Russia   •   Old Watch Towers, Ingushetia, Russia   •   Grimsvotn, Iceland   •   Orda Cave, Russia   •   Orvieto, Italy   •   Ramenki, Moscow, Russia   •   Pamukkale, Turkey   •   Paraty, Brazil   •   Paris, France   •   Pena National Palace, Sintra, Portugal   •   Peter and Paul fortress, Saint Petersburg, Russia   •   Petra, Jordan   •   Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia   •   Pit Cenote, Mexico   •   Plitvice-Lakes, Croatia   •   Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia   •   Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia   •   Plosky Tolbachik Volcano , Russia   •   Porto Venere, Italy   •   Porto, Portugal   •   Porto, Portugal   •   Prague, Czech Republic   •   Prambanan Temple Compounds, Indonesia   •   Putorana Plateau, Russia   •   Uzon caldera, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Rabat, Morocco   •   Zambezi River, Zambia   •   Raja Ampat archipelago, Indonesia, Indonesia   •   Kronstadt, Russia   •   Reine, Lofoten archipelago, Norway   •   Reykjavik, Iceland   •   Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Brazil   •   Rio-de-Janeiro, Brazil   •   Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre, Italy   •   Roman Colosseum, Italy   •   Romw, Italy   •   Kubinka, Russia   •   Saint Petersburg at night, Russia   •   Saint Petersburg, Russia   •   Saint Petersburg, Russia   •   Sakhalin Island, Russia   •   San Francisco, California, USA   •   Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, USA   •   San Juan and Colorado rivers, USA   •   Goosenecks, Utah, USA   •   Santiago, Chile   •   Oia, Greece   •   Sao Paulo, Brazil, Brazil   •   Seattle, USA   •   Segovia, Spain   •   Senja Island, Norway   •   Sevastopol, Crimea, Russia   •   Seville, Spain   •   Seychelles, Seychelles   •   Shanghai, China   •   Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo, Japan   •   Truk Lagoon, Micronesia   •   Moscow, Russia   •   Shoubak Castle, Jordan   •   Shwedagon Pagoda, Myanmar   •   Siena, Italy   •   Tidore island, Indonesia   •   South Maldives, Maldives   •   Southern Maldives, Maldives   •   Southern Maldives, Maldives   •   Sankt Moritz, Switzerland   •   360 video, mount Elbrus, Russia   •   Elbrus, Russia   •   Statue of Liberty, New York, USA   •   Manhattan, New York, USA   •   Svalbard (Spitsbergen), Norway   •   Svolaer, Lofoten archipelago, Norway, Norway   •   Swaminarayan Akshardham, India   •   Lausanne, Swiss Riviera, Switzerland   •   Sydney, Australia   •   Sydney, Australia   •   Ta Prohm, Angkor, Cambodia   •   Taj Mahal, India   •   Taj Mahal, India   •   Teotihuacan, Mexico   •   The Drakensberg, South Africa   •   UAE, UAE   •   White Sea, Russia   •   Palpa, Peru   •   Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia   •   Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia   •   Great Barrier Reef, Australia   •   Australia, Australia   •   Great Barrier Reef, Australia   •   Mauritius, Mauritius   •   Kurile Lake, Kamchatka, Russia   •   The Land of Bears, Kurile Lake, Kamchatka, Russia, Russia   •   Matterhorn, Switzerland   •   Palmyra, Syria   •   Twelve Apostles Marine National Park, Australia   •   Blue Lagoon, Iceland   •   The Qiandaohu Lake, China   •   Times Square, New York, USA   •   Toledo, Spain   •   Trinity Lavra of Sait Sergius, Russia   •   Raja Ampat archipelago, Indonesia   •   North Pole, North Pole   •   Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia   •   Cramp fish, Maldives   •   Maldives, Maldives   •   Uzon caldera, Kamchatka, Russia, Russia   •   Uzon caldera, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Uzon caldera, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Uzon caldera, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Uzon, Western Thermal Field, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Valencia, Spain   •   Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Varanasi, India, India   •   Italy, Vatican   •   Venice, Italy   •   Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy   •   Victoria Falls, Zambia   •   Victoria Falls, Zambia   •   Victoria Falls, Zambia   •   Victoria Falls, Zambia   •   Victoria Falls, Zambia   •   Moscow, Russia   •   Moscow, Russia   •   Moscow, Russia   •   Vienna, Austria   •   Cape Town, RSA   •   Dubai, UAE   •   Toronto, Canada   •   Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany   •   Volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Klyuchevskaya Sopka, Kamchatka, Russia   •   Kamchatka, Volcano Plosky Tolbachik, Russia   •   Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan   •   Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan   •   Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan   •   Waterfalls, Iceland   •   Wayag Island, Raja Ampat, Indonesia   •   Moscow Kremlin, Russia   •   Sochi, Russia   •   Yamal Peninsula, Russia   •   Yellowstone National Park, USA   •   Yuanyang Hani Rice Terraces, China   •   Matterhorn-Cervino, Switzerland   •   Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China   •   Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China   •   Zhivopisniy Bridge, Moscow, Russia   •   Zurich, Switzerland   •