I love you this much: husband builds wife her own Taj Mahal

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Anand Prakash Chouksey and his wife, Manjusha Shah, seated in their majestic home. (PHOTO: Mag Features)
Anand Prakash Chouksey and his wife, Manjusha Shah, seated in their majestic home. (PHOTO: Mag Features)

It's a monument to love, an edifice of affection and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. For centuries the Taj Mahal has stood as a reminder of one man’s devotion to his beloved wife.

And it’s inspired Anand Prakash Chouksey to recreate it as a “symbol of his love” for his much-loved spouse.

Anand, who’s from Burhanpur, India, had the famous building replicated from scratch to show his wife, Manjusha Shah (48), just how much he adores her.

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