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Describe the characteristic features of Mughal Architecture. (200 words)

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characteristic features of Mughal Architecture are

Variety of buildings:The Mughal rulers built magnificent gates, forts, mausoleums, mosques, palaces, public buildings and tombs etc.

 

Synthesis of Persian and Indian style:The specimens of architecture created under the Mughals have become the common heritage of both the Hindus and the Muslims. It is a happy blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture.

 

specific characteristic:A common characteristic of the Mughal buildings is “the pronounced domes, the slender turrets at the corners, the palace halls supported on pillars and the broad/gateways.”

 

Costly decorations:The Mughal emperors in general but Shah Jahan in particular decorated his buildings with costly articles. One of the important distinguishing features of the Mughal buildings is their ornamentation as compared with the simple buildings of the previous Muslim rulers of India.

 

 Building material:During the Mughal period, buildings were constructed mostly of red sandstone and white marble


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