A Pakistani Man Constructed Taj Mahal Replica in Umer Kot. We mostly see the replica of branded clothes, branded mobiles, but what you are going to read above will astonish you.
Yes you will shock to know that a Pakistani man has constructed the Taj Mahal replica in Umar Kot. This Pakistani man named Abdul Rasool Pilli, a resident of a village called Dhebon near Umer kot. Mr. Abdul Rasool Pilli has constructed a Taj Mahal replica in loving memory of his late beloved wife, Maryam.
This Taj Mahal replica is much like the original monument of love, situated in Agra, India. The Taj Mahal was commissioned by Shah Jahan in 1631, to be built in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, a Persian princess.
Umer Kot, is a town from the province of Sindh and has a rich history of its own as it is the birthplace of Mughal Emperor, Akbar the great. People are coming in from far and wide to see this great proclamation of love in Umar Kot.
Pilli said that the monument is where he goes to reminisce his beloved wife and find peace in her remembrance. Before constructing the Taj Mahal replica in Pakistan , Abdul Rasool visited Agra to view the Taj Mahal. He himself developed the plan for the monument and had built it under his constant supervision with an utmost sense of devotion.
The Taj Mahal in Pakistan was constructed with the approximate cost of 2 million and took one and a half year to be completed.
As per history Shah Jahan had ordered to cut off the hands of workers of Taj Mahal so no one dare to create another monument like it, but on the other hand, Abdul Rasool not only paid his workers but also awarded them with special gifts
About Abdul Rasool Pilli
Mr. Pilli, is a highly educated man, has done his M.A and has a Law degree in LLB. He is also a well-known landlord and after the death of his wife, Maryam, he has left the world of politics and has instead turned to the world of spirituality.
His grandfather, Abdul Aleem Pilli who was also a close friend of the British-India ruler, Lord Mountbatten, was famous for his skills in archery and hunting. Abdul Aleem and Lord Mountbatten occasionally hunted for lions in the jungles and mountains of British-India and there are still memorable pictures of the duo at the British Museum of History in London.
So if you want to have a great desire to see Taj Mahal but you can afford to visit to India, you can fulfill your wish by visiting Umar Kot.
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