Taj Mahal to get mud pack treatment
It is India's most iconic attraction and it's about to be treated like a glamorous Indian woman.
Mail Online reported that the white marble mausoleum is scheduled to receive a maintenance treatment that is similar to what Indian women use on their faces - a mud pack to attain a natural glow.
Hindustan Times quoted an Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) official as saying: "Due to increasing pollution in the city, the white marble is yellowing and is losing its sheen. To restore the natural look of the monument the chemical wing of the ASI has started preparations for a mud-pack treatment."
The UK newspaper also reported that a "lime-rich clay will be applied all over the monument, left to dry, then cleaned off using distilled water".
It is the fourth time that this "lasting monument of love" is undergoing the treatment.
The Taj Mahal was previously maintained in 1994, 2001 and 2008.
Sources: Mail Online, Hindustan Times