The Taj Mahal also has a golden ratio, a vortex pattern, and a masonry with a notch.

The main site of the Taj Mahal is the size of three golden ratios side by side, and the buildings and roads are arranged with the golden ratio ratio.


The portrait of Mumtaz Mahal (1595-1631), the empress of Shah Jahan, the fifth emperor of the Mughal Empire, also shows a whirlpool of the golden ratio.

A halo can be seen in the painting of Shah Jahan, the husband of this empress Mumtaz Mahal and the fifth monarch of the Mughal Empire.