Indians voted overwhelmingly in the polls cast by over a million people. The polling picked up drastically over the last one month, to see the ''monument of love'' through to the final seven.
Taj is undoubtedly magnificent. But isn't it on the list largely because the Indian diaspora asserted it voting power?
A community asserts itself when it's politically strong--when it is confident of dealing with the visibility, which inevitably leads to some unwanted attention too.
What does support for the Taj indicate more of:
- Taj is truly magnificent.
- Indians are now a confident community.
I think, more of 2.