The Taj Mahal is not just the story of a mausoleum, it is the story of a family. It is not only a romance, it is also a tragedy. The moghuls are an amalgam of fierce battle, awful revenge and sublime aesthetics. They love with passion and hate with equal passion. The scene was set for clashing of arms, charging of horses and whipping off heads, in short for fratricidal violence, as brothers destroyed each other and sons rebelled against fathers in their rivalry for the throne.