Do you know there are two Qutub Minar in Delhi A Qutub Minar, who knows the whole world and the other is anonymity, which very few people know? It is 17 meters high, it is known as Hussain Minar. It is in a rural area handicraft in Delhi. Some people say this minaret to duplicate Qutub Minar.

Come on, this is the talk of Qutub Minar. Now talk about one of the seven wonders of the world, Taj Mahal. Whose duplicate version is in a neighboring country of India. The Taj Mahal of the poor remained 30 kilometers away from Dhaka’s capital city Dhaka.

Taj Mahal- The True Story

Ready to be made in 5 years:

Actually, it takes only 5 years to create it apart from the Taj Mahal. Its construction began in 2008 and it cost $ 56 million to build it. This Taj Mahal is made by a wealthy filmmaker from Bangladesh. The filmmaker named Ahsanullah Moni says that many people in Bangladesh want to see Taj Mahal at the very best in their lives at least once in their lifetime.

But most poor Bangladeshis are not able to do this. According to Ahsanullah, he made a copy of the Taj Mahal for the poor citizens of his country.

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However, the Indian Embassy in Bangladesh had raised an objection to this. In 2008, the Indian High Commission spokesman had given the statement that you can not just duplicate any historic building. India had asked to raise the issue of copyright in this case. After the initial objection, India did not give up on this matter.

The Indian High Commission said that due to the fake Taj Mahal, there will be no shortage of tourists coming to see the real Taj Mahal, which is real, it is real.

The proof of this is that the Taj Mahal of India is famous all over the world, but the Taj Mahal of Bangladesh is called the copy of the Taj Mahal of India.

160 kg of brass has been used:

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In India, the investigation carried out in the investigation revealed that this building was completely imitated in the building. Its size and design really meet the Taj Mahal.

To make it, the diamond was imported from marble and granite, Belgium from Italy. 160 kg bronze was used to make its dome.

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