US President Donald Trump and his significant other Melania have visited the Taj Mahal on the principal day of their outing to India.
The notable “landmark to adore” was the second stop in a 36-hour official visit, Mr Trump’s first to India.
Prior on Monday he arrived in Gujarat, the home province of Prime Minister Narendra Modi – who welcomed him alongside a huge number of Indians.
The pioneers of the world’s two biggest majority rules systems will meet on Tuesday. No serious deals are required to be agreed upon.
Mr Trump got a rich greeting in the northern city of Agra, which included artists dressed as peacocks and ponies.
While Mr Modi was absent, he was welcomed by a nearby partner of his, Yogi Adityanath, the main clergyman of Uttar Pradesh state, where Agra is found.
The Trumps at that point left for the Taj Mahal, a seventeenth Century marble catacomb worked by Mughal ruler Shah Jahan in memory of his sovereign, Mumtaz Mahal.
It is maybe India’s most celebrated landmark and is normally part of each meeting dignitary’s schedule.