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The Mughal Architecture

Zaheer-ud-din Babar established the Mughal Empire in Indian sub-continent in 1526 and it was formally over in 1857 when the last king was sent to exile.

The Mughal era is considered the golden age of architecture in India and many grand monuments, forts, palaces, mosques and gardens were built during the Mughal era by successive emperors. Let’s see if you can recognize the beautiful buildings and gardens that remain major tourist attractions in India and Pakistan.

  • The Taj Mahal, Agra

    • The Taj Mahal in Agra (India)
    • Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi (India)
    • Jama Masjid in Delhi India)
  • Badshahi Mosque

    • Jama Masjid in Delhi (India)
    • Badshahi Mosque in Lahore (Pakistan)
    • Moti Masjid in Agra (India)
  • Lahore Fort

    • Lahore Fort, Pakistan
    • Red Fort, India
    • Salimgarh Fort, Delhi (India)
  • Jama Masjid of Delhi

    • Badshahi Mosque in Lahore (Pakistan)
    • Jama Masjid of Delhi (India)
    • Taj Mahal, Agra (India)
  • Red Fort

    • Lahore Fort, Pakistan
    • Purandar Fort, India
    • Red Fort, India
  • The tomb of Jehangir

    • The Tomb of Sheikh Salim Chishti (India)
    • The Tomb of Emperor Jehangir (Pakistan)
    • The Tomb of Emperor Humayun (India)
  • Wazir Khan Mosque

    • Badshahi Mosque in Lahore (Pakistan)
    • Jama Masjid of Delhi (India)
    • Wazir Khan Mosque (Pakistan)
  • Shah Jahan Mosque, Thatta

    • Shah Jahan Mosque, Thatta (Pakistan)
    • Jama Masjid (India)
    • Wazir Khan Mosque (Pakistan)
  • Agra Fort

    • Lahore Fort (Pakistan)
    • Agra Fort (India)
    • Red Fort (India)
  • Gardens of Babur

    • Shalimar Gardens (Lahore)
    • Gardens of Baber (Kabul, Afghanistan)
    • Hiran Minar (Pakistan)

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  1. I enjoyed it very much – thank you! I can’t say I really blame the writer; her reaction seems quite natural, but I have absolutely no idea what she means by this sentence in the opening section: “The garden tells a sad story of ignorance.” Can you enlighten me?

    The photos are fabulous. I have two Israeli friends who recently travelled part of the old Silk Road and the blue tiling reminds me of their photos of old mosques and other buildings in Bukhara and Samarkand . What a wondrous place.

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