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These 9 Taj Mahal Replicas Around The World That May Surprise You

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History wouldn’t have it any other way: the Taj Mahal is the epitome of love. It is among the World’s seven wonders. This monument is a mausoleum of white marble that is present in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. As a memorial for his wife Mumtaz Mahal, it was made by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Many people consider it to be the most beautiful piece of architecture. Several other landmarks in the nation were also influenced by this beautiful piece of architecture. Like any well-known structure, several Taj Mahal replicas are located worldwide, including in India. Here are some of the World’s top Taj Mahal replicas.

 

1. Taj Mahal, Bangladesh

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Dhaka, the nation’s capital, is home to Bangladesh’s Taj Mahal. Ahsanullah Moni, a Bangladeshi filmmaker, constructed a replica of the original monument. In 2008, he made an effort to copycat the Taj Mahal official. The filmmaker claims that he had this concept in 1980 during his first trip to India’s monument of love. He considered it because everyone desired to see the Taj Mahal. However, due to the high cost of the trip, only a few Bangladeshis could afford to go.

 

2. Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi

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You might be surprised to learn that the Taj Mahal is younger than Humayun’s Tomb. If historical accounts are to be true, Humayun’s Tomb is the model for the layout and architecture of the Taj Mahal. The Humayun’s Tomb is present in New Delhi, the Indian capital. This structure is made of red sandstone, it is strikingly similar to the one in Agra. Humayun’s first wife, Empress Bega Begum, also referred to as Haji Begam, gave the order to build this tomb. Persian and Indian craftsmen built the Mughal Garden tomb. The garden tomb of Humayun is also famous as the “Dormitory of the Mughals.” More than 150 members of the Mughal family are buried here. The tomb has been a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1993.

 

3. Royal Pavilion, Brighton, UK

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For 200 years, the British governed India. Today, there is a replica of the Taj Mahal in Brighton, England. A former royal residence, The Royal Pavilion was made in the early nineteenth century. George, Prince of Wales, wanted a coastal retreat; therefore, he thought to build it. The Brighton Pavilion is another name for it. This building’s design was influenced by the popular Indo-Saracenic style in India in the 19th century. Architect John Nash is responsible for the Pavilion’s current appearance, which includes its domes and minarets.

 

4. Taj Mahal, China

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Since China is good at recreating things, it also has a replica of the Taj Mahal. This building, which is available in a Shenzhen theme park, is also famous as the Window to the World. The park also has copies of other well-known structures. The Eiffel Tower and the Leaning Tower of Pisa are also present here.

 

5. Taj Arabia

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One of the World’s most significant cosmopolitan cities is Dubai. It is the location of luxurious hotels and everything in between. Dubai is famous for its glamor and luxury. The Taj Arabia in Dubai is around four times larger than the original Taj Mahal in Agra should not be shocking. This 20-storey hotel, a part of Dubai’s famous Mughal Garden neighborhood, has 350 rooms, shops, and restaurants. It occupies a space of 210000 square feet. Taj Arabia is proud of its architecture and luscious green surroundings.

 

6. Mini Taj Mahal, Bulandshahr

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In Kaser Kalan, a small town in Bulandshahr of Uttar Pradesh, India, there is a mini Taj Mahal, which is a replica of the original one in Agra. Faizul Hasan Qadri, a former postmaster who is 81 years old, constructed it. This was in honor of his late wife Tajamulli Begum, who died in 2011 from throat cancer. On Tajamulli Begum’s tomb, the Taj replica is present. Hasan Qadri died while receiving medical attention, and he is buried next to his wife in the tomb he built for her.

 

7. Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad

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It is also popular as the Taj Mahal of the poor. The first one in Agra is the picture of everlasting love. Prince Azam Khan, the son of Aurangzeb, however, was the one who constructed the Taj Mahal replica in Aurangabad. In memory of his empress mother Rabia-ud-Daurani, he constructed this. The Taj of Deccan is another name for it. It is a lovely spot to explore, has four minarets, and has gardens all around it.

 

8. Mini Taj Mahal, Madhya Pradesh

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In the Madhya Pradesh state of central India, the city of Burhanpur is where Anand Prakash Chouksey constructed his “monument of love.” He created it as a gift for his wife, the town, and its residents. Construction on the 8,100-square-foot building took about 30 months. It has a meditation room, a library, and four bedrooms. The engineer building the house had several challenges in maintaining the accuracy and grace of the original monument.

 

9. Taj Mahal Houseboat, Sausalito, California

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While visiting India in the middle of the 1970s, vineyard businessman Bill Harlan also visited the epitome of love. He also went ahead and made a replica of it. After arriving home in California, he began construction on the Taj Mahal Houseboat. It is a boat’s version of the monument. He sold it off in 2016, and according to the sources, he got the inspiration from one of his trips to Dal Lake in Kashmir. It boasts beautiful marble floors, a wine cellar, a relaxing solarium on the top floor, a sauna, and a secret elevator. At the time, the houseboat reportedly cost $2 million.

The Taj Mahal, which is India’s most significant national monument, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983. Its architecture continues to inspire people throughout the World, even today.

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