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In India, a teacher gave his wife a Taj Mahal as a gift

Burhanpur: A teacher in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh gave his wife a house like Taj Mahal as a symbol of love.

According to the International News Agency, Anand Prakash, a teacher who loved his wife immensely, built a two-storey house in Burhanpur in the style of Taj Mahal and gave it as a gift to his wife Manjusha Choksa.

Anand Prakash wanted to give his wife a home that would show his unconditional love and be unique as well as have historical status and world fame.
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In pursuit of this desire, he turned his attention to the Taj Mahal and instructed the engineer to build a house for the Taj Mahal. However, the local administration did not allow the construction of an 80 feet high house.

After which he decided to build a house similar to the Taj Mahal. Thus, the plan of a two-storey house consisting of 4 rooms, big hall, library and a gym was approved.

The 90-square-meter Taj Mahal-like house took three years to build, with a 29-foot-high dome and four tall minarets. The expert engineer has built the house with the help of 3D image.

Talking to media, Anand Prakash expressed surprise that he did not know why King Shah Jahan built Taj Mahal for his wife Mumtaz in Agra even though his wife had died in Burhanpur.

Praveen Chokse, a house building consultant engineer, said that the special feature of this house is that even in the dark, it looks like the real Taj Mahal, for which the building has been specially decorated with special lights inside and outside.

It should be noted that one of the seven museums, the Taj Mahal was built by King Shah Jahan for the tomb of his beloved wife Mumtaz. The building was completed in 25 years from 1632 to 1650 and was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations in 1983.

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