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Article Published In Vol.11 (Nov-Dec 2023)

An Overview of Mughal Architecture in the Indian Subcontinent and Momentous Tomb Structures of an Incredible Era

Pages : 450-457, DOI:

Author : Ruba Babur Mughal

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Mughal architecture is a blend of Indo-Islamic-Persian style that originated in the Indian Subcontinent amid the Mughal reign (1526-1857). This new style fused the components of Islamic workmanship and design, which had been acquainted with India during the Delhi Sultanate (1192–1398) and had delivered incredible landmarks, for example, the Quṭab Mīnār, with highlights of Persian craftsmanship and architecture. Mughal landmarks are found mostly in north India, yet there are likewise many remains in Pakistan. In the era of Emperor Bābar (1526), was the first ruler of the Mughal dynasty in the Indian subcontinent. They introduced new architectural elements and structures and took inspiration from early dynasties like Khiljī, Tughlaq, Sayyid, Lodhī, and also from the Persian Empire. Initially, Mughal structures depended on post-and-beam development but later on they started the use of arches and domes in their structures. Massive forts, palaces, and tombs were constructed with amazing craftsmanship in the early Mughal period.

Keywords: Mughal, Architecture, Craftsmanship, Incredible, Dynasty.



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