Devoted Indian husband has mini Taj Mahal replica built for wife

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Devoted Indian husband has mini Taj Mahal replica built for wife” – below is their description.

An Indian man from Madhya Pradesh state had a scaled-down replica of the Taj Mahal built as a symbol of love for his wife. After visiting the original 17th century monument and looking up images online, Anand Prakash Chouksey commissioned artisans and sculptors to recreate the mausoleum about one-third the original size.

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