In the small town of Kaser Kalan just 140 kilometers away from the Taj Mahal in Agra, retired postman Faizul Hasan Qadri, 79, is building a monument to his late wife Tajammuli who died three years ago, after 58 years of marriage. Qadri can see the monument he is building from his own bedroom window, with its central building with a rounded ceiling and archways, echoing the architecture of the Mughal kings who once ruled India. Four towers are on the perimeter of the building that is Tajammuli's tomb. The couple never had any children but he promised his wife he will build a tomb everybody will remember them by. After his wife died Qadri sold her jewellery and some farmland and added everything he'd saved over the years to build the monument he calls a proof of love. Once the mausoleum is complete he will install a marble plaque engraved with Tajammuli's name and if he dies before it is completed his younger brother Mehzul Hasan, 70, will bury him next to his wife and complete the monument to love.