(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor) A man from Madhya Pradesh has built an exact replica of the Taj Mahal for his wife, which took over three years to make.
The iconic monument is a plush home with 4 bedrooms and a 29-foot high dome.
Madhya Pradesh's Burhanpur-resident Anand Chokse reportedly wondered why the Taj Mahal was not built in Burhanpur as Mumtaz had died in this city.
The new Taj Mahal in MP has the flooring of 'Makrana' marbles which was brought by Rajasthan and it took him three years to complete it.
It is said that the engineer who built the Taj Mahal lookalike house faced many challenges and studied the real Taj mahal closely. He sought help from artists from Bengal and Indore for the carving inside the house.
The house has a big hall, 2 bedrooms downstairs, 2 bedrooms upstairs, a library and a meditation room. The furniture placed in the house is prepared by artisans from Mumbai. Just like the real Taj Mahal, the lighting of the house has been done in a way that it shines in the dark. The pictures of the Taj Mahal's replica have gone viral on the internet.
Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, was made by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a symbol of love for his wife Mumtaz. Burhanpur-resident Anand Chokse reportedly wondered why the Taj Mahal was not built in Burhanpur as Mumtaz had died in this city.
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