Taj Mahal Craft

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Do you want to create your very own wonder of the world – the Taj Mahal Craft? Absolutely! We’ve prepared a printable Taj Mahal Craft template to assist you in crafting this magnificent structure.

The Taj Mahal is a famous Indian treasure that’s captured people’s hearts for generations. This 3D Tajmahal Craft made using paper is really easy and perfect for kids of all ages!

For more India-themed activities, explore our extensive collection of India Activities for kids. 

Taj Mahal Craft for kids

You might also be interested in the Red Fort Craft, another famous Indian monument. You can pair this Taj Mahal craft with it.

Before we get into the instructions, let’s learn facts about the Taj Mahal.

Important Facts about the Taj Mahal

  • Built by Shah Jahan
  • Located in Agra, India
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Architectural Style: Indo-Islamic and Mughal
  • Architect: Ustad Ahmad Lahori (also the architect of the Red Fort)
  • Constructed between 1632 and 1653
  • Built-in memory of Mumtaz Mahal, Shah Jahan’s wife
  • Made of white marble and adorned with precious stones
  • Considered one of the most exquisite examples of Mughal architecture
  • Features intricate calligraphy and decorative elements
  • A symbol of eternal love and a masterpiece of craftsmanship

Things you will need to make the 3D Taj Mahal Craft

    • Taj mahal Template
    • Scissors
    • Glue
    • Cardstock Paper (To Print)
    • Watercolour Paper (For the Background)

Watch the Taj Mahal Craft Video

Directions to make the Taj Mahal craft

Ready to bring the magnificent Taj Mahal to life? Follow these easy steps:

Download the Taj Mahal Template at the end of the post and print it on Card stock paper.

The template is made up of five distinct building pieces. Carefully use your scissors to cut them out with precision.

Cuttng the pieces of Taj Mahal Craft

For the backdrop, select an A4-sized watercolour paper and paint a picturesque sky and grass background. Allow your creation to dry for approximately 5 minutes.

Now, let’s focus on the cutouts! Begin with the Taj Mahal base. Gently fold it along the horizontal lines, mirroring the example in the image below. Four folds should be created in total.

Fold the pieces of Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal Craft for kids

Similarly stick the centre part as well by folding along vertical lines, sticking and creating a 3d effect

Taj Mahal Craft for kids

To complete the composition, position the two minarets on each side of the tomb. Behold as your Taj Mahal starts to take form! You can choose to conclude here or explore additional creative possibilities.

Taj Mahal Craft for kids

While crafting, you can also share interesting tidbits about the Taj Mahal with young learners, making the activity both artistic and educational.

Taj Mahal Craft for kids

The most intriguing facts about the Taj Mahal:

  1. Its iconic ivory-white marble gleams in Agra, India, and is considered one of the world’s most beautiful structures.
  2. This architectural marvel is a prime example of Mughal architecture, blending Indian, Persian, and Islamic design elements.
  3. The Taj’s design is meticulously symmetrical, emphasizing balance and harmony in its layout.
  4. It is said that the Taj Mahal changes its hue at different times of the day, particularly when glowing under the moonlight.
  5. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Taj Mahal draws millions of visitors from around the globe each year.
  6. Making the Taj Mahal took a really long time – about 22 years! Many skilled workers helped build it.
  7. The surrounding gardens and reflecting pool add to the serenity and beauty of the Taj Mahal’s complex.
  8.  The main chamber houses the tombs of both Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan, united in eternity.

These fascinating tidbits capture the essence and allure of the remarkable Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal Craft for kids

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