By GURDISH KUMARAKARANABHUTA/TOIIn a city where the most famous building is the Taj Mahal, a town built on a swathe of farmland, the people who built it were a humble bunch.
Their goal was to build something that was meant to make a difference in the lives of ordinary people.
But what is the difference between a piggy bank and a skyscraper?
To answer that, we took a look at a few facts and figures that shed light on the construction of the Taj.
We started with the cost.
First of all, the Taj was built on land that was owned by the Maharaja, who was a Hindu prince who ruled India for about a century.
In that period, the Maharajas had built the largest fortresses in the world.
The Taj is the largest such fort on earth.
It stands over 5,000 feet high and has two towers, each measuring more than 300 feet in height.
The tower is a giant of the structure, and the walls of the tower are made of solid concrete.
It is the tallest structure in the Taj area, surpassing the Taj World Tower and the Taj International Centre.
According to a report by the Mumbai-based NGO Landmarks, which works to conserve Indian history and culture, the entire Taj was constructed in a period of five to seven years, from December 20, 1882 to April 3, 1885.
The main work that the construction team did was to erect the three towers and to put up a network of streets, bridges and road systems.
The roads were laid out with a view to linking the towers to the city.
The first one was built in 1886, the second in 1893 and the third in 1894.
The towers were also covered in scaffolding.
In an effort to avoid pollution and traffic, the towers were constructed on land owned by private citizens.
The area around the Taj is a very green area.
In addition, a lot of trees were planted.
But the construction took years.
The construction of these towers took about 25 years and the work that was carried out on them took about a year, which was the average for the entire period.
As for the cost of the entire project, it was about Rs. 5,500 crore.
The work was carried on at a cost of about Rs 3,000 crore.
The Taj was a massive undertaking and, by the time the Taj project was completed, the capital was worth nearly $400 crore.
By comparison, the World Trade Center is about $300 billion.
It’s also worth about $50 billion.
And that’s after taking into account the cost for the construction and maintenance of the World Wide Web, the Internet and the World Cup.
In the case of the towers, it is worth more than $2.5 trillion, or $6,000 per square foot.
It takes a bit over a decade for a single tower to reach its height.
The cost of these projects has been questioned in the past.
Some critics argue that the towers cost far more than their initial cost, which is about a billion dollars.
However, this has not stopped the construction, as they were financed by a government fund and built by a private company.
This is a good question because a lot has changed in the last 30 years, with the World Economic Forum estimating that the global economy has grown by $1 trillion.
Even so, the cost has come under scrutiny again.
The World Economic Foundation’s Global Economic Outlook 2015 report found that the Taj Project was not built on sound economic fundamentals and that the government should be compensated for its cost.
The World Bank has also weighed in on the Taj controversy, arguing that there was a gap in knowledge about the project, and that it is important to build the structures on a high level of sustainability.
The International Development Association, a trade group, has also raised concerns about the construction.
The group said in a statement that it “lacks confidence in the World Bank’s assessment of the feasibility of building the Taj Towers”.
According, the country should ensure that it can afford the construction costs of the Towers, given that it had a total debt of $100 billion.
Moreover, the construction is estimated to be around $2,000 billion over its lifetime, with an additional $1,000 million for maintenance and repairs.
At the end of the day, the money the government spends on the building is not enough to make the project financially sustainable.
The project cost is also the reason why the World Congress on India last year called for the government to build more towers.
But there are a few things that the World Parliamentarians should keep in mind.
The first is that the project is not a simple case of building a bridge across the river, as some critics have suggested.
In fact, the project has gone through several stages, with two phases being completed by the end to December 2019.
In that time, the