Published on 19 Jun 2013

A GRIEVING husband is building the ultimate monument of love to his late wife – a carbon copy of the Taj Mahal in India his garden. Faizul Hasan Kadari, 77, can see the towering structure from his humble home in rural Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh state, India. He set upon the plan to recreate a smaller 50ft by 50ft version of the iconic wonder in Agra following his wife Tajammuli Begum’s death in December 2011. So far Faizul has spent £10,500 of his life savings building the 5000-square-feet structure. he has also sold of family heirlooms and raided his pension to fund the build.

Videographer / Director: Sagar Kaul