Taj Mahal East Pakistan could be a scaled copy of the first Taj Mahal, it settled ten miles east of the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka in Sonargaon. in contrast to the first, work on the building took solely 5 years. Ahsanullah Moni, a flush Bangladeshi film-maker, proclaimed his ‘Copycat version of Taj Mahal’ project in Dec 2008.
The project value regarding USD$ fifty six Million, and was designed twenty miles northeast of Capital Dhaka. This caused complaints from Indian officers, “You cannot simply go and replica historical monuments” a political candidate of Indian embassy in Dhaka told press.
He has told however he designed a duplicate of the Taj Mahal in order that the poor of his nation will realise their dream of seeing near India’s known monument.
Taj Mahal East Pakistan could be a scaled copy of the first Taj Mahal, it settled ten miles east of the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka in Sonargaon.
Construction work began 5 years agone, however Mr Moni says that he came up with the concept in 1980 once he 1st visited the $64000 Taj in Agra, northern Asian country. He aforesaid that his court had been designed as a result of the majority living in East Pakistan – wherever nearly 1/2 the population exist below the personal income – cannot afford to travel Asian country to ascertain the $64000 factor. “Everyone dreams regarding seeing the Taj Mahal however only a few Bangladeshis will build the trip as a result of it’s too costly for them,” he said. Mr Moni 1st visited the first in 1980 and has created six come back visits. therefore enamoured was he of the location that he employed a gaggle of architects and sent them to Asian country to live it. He said: “I used a similar marble and stone as within the original Taj. we tend to used machinery, that is why it took less time.
Otherwise it might have taken twenty years and twenty two,000 employees to finish it.” Last night Mr Mittal, at the Indian embassy, did concede that the duplicate was unlikely to take away from the magnificence of the first. He additionally admitted that guests were unlikely to combine up one with the opposite. “A copy could be a style of compliment, I suppose,” he said.