Ground Report | New Delhi: Man Gifts Taj-Mahal to wife; A resident of Madhya Pradesh presented a replica of the Taj Mahal in Agra to his wife. Just as Shah Jahan built the iconic monument as a symbol of love for his wife Mumtaz, a man from Burhanpur in Madhya Pradesh has built a luxurious house as a gift to his wife.
The man behind this idea, Anand Chokse, was always inclined towards the idea of the Taj Mahal and wondered why it was not built in his city, India Today reported. It took three years to build this 4-bedroom house, which is an exact copy of the Taj Mahal.
The engineer who built the house said that there are many challenges in building a house. He studied the real Taj Mahal closely. He sought help from artists from Bengal and Indore for the carvings inside the house.
During the construction process, the Burhanpur resident sought help from artists from Bengal and Indore for the carvings inside the house.
Reports have revealed that the dome of the house is 29 feet in height and even has towers like the Taj Mahal. Also the floor of this replica house is made from ‘Makrana’ of Rajasthan, while the furniture has been prepared by the artisans of Mumbai. (Man Gifts Taj-Mahal to wife)
Capturing the essence of the original Taj Mahal, the lights inside and outside the house illuminate it in a similar way to the iconic monument at night. The house consists of a large living room, two bedrooms on the ground floor, two bedrooms on the upper floor, a library, and a meditation room. Choose even got a similar lightning bolt for his house so that his house will glow in the dark like the real Taj Mahal.