MP Man Gets Taj Mahal-Like Home Constructed For Wife
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MP Man Gets Taj Mahal-Like Home Constructed For Wife

A man from Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh, created a duplicate of the Taj Mahal for his wife and gave it to her. An educationist, Anand Prakash Chouksey, had the four-bedroom building built for his wife, Manjusha Chouksey. The couple flew to Agra to see the Taj Mahal for inspiration. They took a careful look at the building's architecture and requested the engineers to take note of the structural elements.

Mr Chouksey's one-of-a-kind home took three years to complete. Engineers based the structure on a 3D model of the Taj Mahal. Mr Chouksey feels that his home would be a sight that no visitor to Burhanpur can afford to miss.

Mr Chouksey's one-of-a-kind home took three years to complete. Engineers based the structure on a 3D model of the Taj Mahal. Mr Chouksey feels that his home would be a sight that no visitor to Burhanpur can afford to miss.

The home measures 90 square metres in size and has minarets, according to consultant engineer Praveen Chouksey. The basic building is 60 square metres in size. The dome is 29 feet tall and has two floors with two bedrooms. There is also a kitchen, a library, and a meditation area in the house.

The engineer had also paid a visit to the Taj Mahal in order to examine it thoroughly. He also visited Bibi Ka Maqbara in Aurangabad, which is a comparable structure.

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A man from Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh, created a duplicate of the Taj Mahal for his wife and gave it to her. An educationist, Anand Prakash Chouksey, had the four-bedroom building built for his wife, Manjusha Chouksey. The couple flew to Agra to see the Taj Mahal for inspiration. They took a careful look at the building's architecture and requested the engineers to take note of the structural elements. Mr Chouksey's one-of-a-kind home took three years to complete. Engineers based the structure on a 3D model of the Taj Mahal. Mr Chouksey feels that his home would be a sight that no visitor to Burhanpur can afford to miss. Mr Chouksey's one-of-a-kind home took three years to complete. Engineers based the structure on a 3D model of the Taj Mahal. Mr Chouksey feels that his home would be a sight that no visitor to Burhanpur can afford to miss. The home measures 90 square metres in size and has minarets, according to consultant engineer Praveen Chouksey. The basic building is 60 square metres in size. The dome is 29 feet tall and has two floors with two bedrooms. There is also a kitchen, a library, and a meditation area in the house. The engineer had also paid a visit to the Taj Mahal in order to examine it thoroughly. He also visited Bibi Ka Maqbara in Aurangabad, which is a comparable structure.Also read https://www.constructionworld.in/latest-construction-news/real-estate-news/interiors/cosy-tv-lounges-by-aparna-kaushik/31001

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