Taj Mahal is a sign of love


This symbol of love still stands high in the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. But there is another similar surprise in Pakistan's Sindh province.

There a man fell in love with his wife, much like Emperor Shah Jahan. It is known that Abdur Rasool loved his wife very much in Umerkot, Pakistan.

He built the Taj Mahal after his wife's death. Now he is called as Shahjahan of modern age. People are coming from far and wide to see this extraordinary feat of Abdur Rasul. Abdur Rasool says, love teaches you to love yourself, in this case you don't have to do anything, and the Taj Mahal is a sign of love.

Abdur said his wife's name was Maryam. This is the purpose of this memorial. Abdur and Maryam have spent days together for almost 40 years.

Abdur came to India twice and saw the Taj Mahal. In 2015, Abdur's wife Maryam suddenly fainted one day. He was taken to the hospital but was not rescued.

Thus he lost his wife and spelled Taj Mahal in his memory. Note that King Akbar was born in this Umerkot.

400 years later, his birthplace again made headlines with the hand of Abdur Rasul.

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