Anand Prakash Chouksey, from Madhya Pradesh, has built a strong example of “History Repeats Itself “. He has made a replica of the Taj Mahal for his wife Manjusha Chouksey. His initial plan involved an 80-foot high building, which got discarded due to permission obligations for such a structure.
It’s amusing to see that even today the people are reaching heights to express love for their loved ones. The Taj Mahal Replica house has got lavish four bedrooms, a kitchen, a library, and a meditation room. The building was constructed after studying the architecture of the Taj Mahal in Agra very closely.
The house is spread across a stretch of 90 square meters with minarets that resemble the original structure, with the fundamental construction possessing 60 square meters. The dome is 29 feet high and comprises two rooms on two stories. It took almost 3 years for the overall construction. The ground surface of the house has been produced using ‘Makrana‘ of Rajasthan while the lovely furniture of the house has been handcrafted by the craftsmen from Mumbai. Catching the embodiment of the first Taj Mahal, the lights inside and outside the house enlighten it in a manner just like the famous wonder of the world during the night.
This glorifying structure must have been overwhelming the hearts of many apart from his wife. The structure not only demonstrates his love for his wife but also shows that true love still exists in modern times.