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Man Builds Taj Mahal Inspired Home for his Wife, Says its Message of Love

Anand Prakash Chouskey, an educationalist by profession of Madhya Pradesh builds a replica of Taj Mahal for his wife as a message of love and brotherhood

Man Builds Taj Mahal Inspired Home for his Wife, Says its Message of Love

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  24 Nov 2021 8:10 AM GMT

A man named Anand Prakash Chouskey from Madhya Pradesh's Burhanpur built a house like the world-famous symbol of love 'Taj Mahal' for his wife Manjusha Chouskey.

It includes four bedrooms, one kitchen, a library and a meditation room.

The couple visited Agra for inspiration; they closely take notes of the structural details of the monument. At first, he wanted to build a house 80 feet high but the authorities rejected and the permission was not granted and then he decided to build something unique, with a period of 3 years he ended up building a replica of the Taj Mahal, which is also considered one of the seven wonders in the world.

The house is spread across the 90 squares with minarets. The structure occupies 60 squares metres on a basis of a 3D image of the Taj Mahal as mentioned by the engineer Praveen Chouskey.

It took around a month for our team for a detailed design study of the Taj Mahal, followed by a planning of a few weeks, guided by experienced contractor Mushtaq Bhai, artisans from Burhanpur and outside accomplished this dream project in two and half years", he added.

When the work started it looks very complicated to all the engineers and workers but one line said by the Anand Prakash Chouskey that it was only human who build the historic monument, centuries ago, now human with the latest appliances and technology cannot rebuild. His words turned out to be more challenging to the team and finally with a wait of 3 years they made it happen.

Man Builds Taj Mahal Inspired Home for his Wife

Talking to the national media he stated that "the house resembling the Taj Mahal is just 1/3rd of the world-famous historical monument of Agra, which was visited by me and my wife three years back for inspiration before starting this house. We studied architecture closely and asked engineers to take note of the structural details.

After work of two and half years by teams of artisans from Burhanpur and outside, the house looking like Taj Mahal is finally ready and has become a major draw for low budget tourists who cannot afford to travel to Agra as well as young couples hunting for the ideal location for pre-wedding shoots,".

He mentioned that they run an educational institute where 1,500-1,700 students are enrolled. Also, many children from neighbouring areas and even from abroad are studying in our residential facility. Parents coming from far-flung areas used to ask them about the specialty of Burhanpur and therefore he decided to tell them about Mumtaz's history by constructing a Taj Mahal in the city itself.

He also mentioned that he not only want to spread the message of love but also brotherhood as both Hindu and Muslims have been living and love each other in the same city.

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