Categories Gallery Taj Mahal, Agra Post author By Matt Post date February 19, 2009 59 Comments on Taj Mahal, Agra Visiting Agra and the Taj Mahal with Om. Art in the Imperial Photo of Gandhi in front of crowd Breakfast8 Comments GigaOM special Nikes1 Comment 1 Comment Blow horn, use dipper at night5 Comments Truck flowers 2 Comments A monkey jumped on our window2 Comments The monkey guy at work Spot the elephant Man on motorcycle 1 Comment 1 Comment Cell phone towers everywhere Om Logistics Mess of metal rods out the back of a truck Traffic Vending cart1 Comment Look at the lady on the right Elder scooter gentleman Heart problems are very common here Monkeys on scaffolding2 Comments Old British car2 Comments Elephant rear-side2 Comments Elephant walking down street Om with Om symbol3 Comments Stickers on inside of taxi Child in front of construction machine Broad Band Cafe Om Malik 1 Comment 2 Comments Taj Mahal1 Comment A Christian, a Muslim, and a Hindu all sitting in a row.7 Comments holy quraan’s verses written over the wall Matt Mullenweg2 Comments Matt Mullenweg, Om Malik1 Comment Matt Mullenweg6 Comments Om Malik1 Comment Matt Mullenweg, Om Malik1 Comment 5 Comments Om Malik2 Comments 1 Comment Matt Mullenweg11 Comments Matt Mullenweg1 Comment Om Malik People on the roof of the Taj 1 Comment Hidden Om symbol snuck in by Hindu workers2 Comments The towers lean slightly outward so if there is ever an earthquake they fall away from the main building 1 Comment Om Malik Matt Mullenweg, Om Malik Om Malik Om Malik 1 Comment 1 Comment 1 Comment 2 Comments 1 Comment 1 Comment 1 Comment 3 Comments 3 Comments Matt Mullenweg, Om Malik1 Comment 1 Comment 1 Comment Om Malik 1 Comment 1 Comment 1 Comment 1 Comment 1 Comment delhi metro construction Om writing a post about the Taj Mahal and Apple Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Embedding WP.com Video → ReadWriteWeb France 59 replies on “Taj Mahal, Agra” Cool! There is a lot more to see in India than Taj Mahal. Try to go Rajasthan if you have time. wow, amazing photos and journey! 😀 really great pictures, i guess it is a really nice trip Nice Photo’s 😀 I would really like to go to the taj 1 time. was just there in Nov, and it’s funny the pictures people take at the Taj look so similar…An amazing experience as you know! Great Photos Matt. The first photo in the fifteenth row is unique.. you’ve captured the Taj with the pillars as they look together.. You surely seem to have enjoyed it. Now, you need to visit the Akshardham temple that’s near the wordcamp venue. You would love it as well! whoa…so many pics! I am sure you have enjoyed Taj. Enjoy your stay! Looking forward to Wordcamp India Wow !!! Good Collection Really Good. Welcome to India Matt !! Is this your first visit to our country? Its such a wonderful place you’ve visited. It is indeed my first time in India. Hey Matt… Take permission before capturing people in your camera 🙂 I hope you enjoyed your visit (with Om Malik) to Agra. I was there for around 1 year. Then, I visited it almost every month sometimes twice in a month 🙂 Nice pics… I love India(my country), and I love the way you have portrayed sir.. this is really amazing.. even me and my friend r planning to go to agra since long time….but we r so busy messed up in our works that we can hardly progress towards this matter… good to see such lovely pics of the most adorable place on earth… hope to see more from u… regards yogesh The world puts off its mask of vastness to its lover. It is the tears of India, that keep her smiles in bloom. Nice photos! Next time don’t miss Bangladesh. You’re welcome to Dhaka and also bring Mr. Om. He knows me slightly! 🙂 Très belle photos… Gorgeous pictures; India is so photogenic. Welcome to India ! I hope you’re enjoying my wonderful country and its atmosphere.. Unfortunately I have exams.. and unable to attend the First ever WordCamp in India.. Happy to see that you’re here ! 🙂 btw.. don’t rush and go back too fast.. Take an all India tour, 😉 Enjoy your days in India ! I Wish See you sometimes in future .. India still in my dream….byway Great photos matt Wow, It’s amazing. I wonder when I come to Indhia? Looks like you had nice blue skies. I was able to visit in November but it was extremely hazy. The photos didn’t quite turn out Wow, you were here in Agra, I live, like 2 hours away from Agra, actually in New Delhi. I had been to Agra just 2 weeks back with my friends and few days back for a Blogging Meet up by Mr Agarwal. Amit Agarwal of Digital Inspiration is from Agra as well. Did you get to meet him? He is a great guy too. I hope you liked Taj Mahal – its quite a sight to see! Nice to have you in India. As always, amazing shots. India is such a colorful country. 🙂 i dont even know that wordcamp in india, i missed a lot…hope next time will be there Hey Matt 😉 Welcome to India. Visit south India if you’ve some time 🙂 i will take a snap with you if you come to Hyderabad 🙂 and Don’t miss to meet some Celeb’s in India.. he he most of them are into blogging now!! 😉 Enjoy!! Nice pics Matt… Welcome to India. Hope you enjoy ur stay here. I like your jump photo in front of Taj Mahal, it’s so cool. Taj mahal is no doubt a must watch place in india.Camera auto starts when you enter in the taj mahal territory. Seems you are in the car so was able to click only road traffic of the Delhi-Agra highway. It was great to listen you at the first day pf Wordcamp India. I do remember how the guys are interesting in clicking photos with you, but appreciate about your long patience to make every one happy and felicitous by giving a sweet simple smile. Hope to catch you tomorrow. it is really a very good collection of taj’s pics … it great …now i will have to plan a visit to taj mahal… Excellent picts,Matt… I returned from India, one month ago. It`s better than photographies… Do you think it…? :)) Hey matt.. great stuff!! what about the pics that you took at our house?? Catching up on those. 🙂 still waiting 🙂 🙂 […] that are related to the content on your own weblog. This is exactly how I found this interesting photoblog post by Matt Mullenweg, who apparently just visited the Taj Mahal in Agra with Om Malik, a […] Congratulations for making it to see the Taj Mahal. I had the opportunity when I worked over there in April 2006, but I choose not to go: I was overseas alone, my wife was still stateside, and I didn’t want to visit a monument to love without her. 🙂 Thats your love for your life! great! thats almost as romantic as Shahjahan himself. Except that you havent still made a Taj Mahal for her!. BTW@ Matt loved you today at Wordcampindia. hope to see you again in future. (i am the guy with a cap who took lots of pictures with you and also asked you to click a pic from my SE P1i) Thanks for coming to India and making wordcamp a huge event 🙂 Beautiful pics Matt ! We hope that something like this album here is going to be available for public or in the next wordpress release. http://wordpress.org/support/topic/246087 Wowoowoowow…..Taj Mahal….Nice Pic..Matt..! nice series mate… i like all your photograph!! 🙂 nice pics ha…! amazing !!!!!!!!!!!!! photography matt covering all his journey and added the pics in his wci presentation also.. i m waiting for your album at wordcamp india……… Matt, this picture is the best : Om Malik with Om Symbol. Where did you take the picture? It was in the electric taxi on the way to the Taj Mahal. Great pictures, Matt! These snaps give you just an overview of what India is. You may have to spend much more time to capture the essence of India. But the Taj Mahal is just one of the many beautiful places to be visited and seen. Did you get the time to visit the Red Fort in Delhi? […] Good or Bad You Say? Rate It (No Ratings Yet) Loading … 0 views The founder of WordPress, Matt Mullenweg, who is visiting India for the first time to attend Wordcamp India got his own taste of India as is evident in this post full of colorful pictures. […] […] out Matt Mullenweg’s Blog to see more photos of Agra and the Taj Mahal plus miscellaneous stuff about WordPress. This blog is powered by WordPress as is Mama […] Welcome to India! On a different take. Had Shahjahan been so connected in those days, he would have built something like wordpress in the fond memory of his beloved and you would have built Taj Mahal portraying their efforts! Nice photographs.. want to see more! Nice pics Matt. I spent a few months in Agra and though the Taj is beautiful my favourite historical monument in Agra was Sikandra. It’s the tomb of Akbar. Hi Matt, Welcome to India and enjoy your stay in India. If you need any help just inform anyone from the Indian webmaster community and we will be always ready to help you 🙂 . I can hardly think of building any new website without wordpress.. it has made me a stable webmaster since the past three years from a computer illiterate .. thanks once again and please ask for help if you need anytime in India The pics of Taj Mahal are awesome but I also advice you to visit Goa, Kerela, Delhi, Rajasthan and of course Slumdog Mumbai .. lol wow it’s very good real amazing.. i went to taj mahal, agra in 1975. Looking at pics no big difference… still the same. Taj Mahal it self is still ‘fantastic’ Good to see you didn’t lose your shoes at the Taj Mahal! 😉 matt bagus tuh taj mahl india…. Great pics Matt! Welcome to India! 🙂 Wow……………………………………………………………. Nice pictures of symbole of love “Dear” Great pic Matt, Taj Mahal, a monument of love between a beautiful queen and a great Mughal emperor. You should see Fatehpur Sikri… its about 30kms from Agra… Seeing these pictures made me want to travel. Fun to see where the mandala header came from in the twenty ten theme. Great photos, that must have been a great trip. Comments are closed.