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#Badshahi_Mosque....
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#Delhi : Tomb of Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana - Famous "Rahim" for his ever popular dohas or couplets. One of the nine gems, navratnas, in emperor Akbar's court. A poet, composer and devotee of Lord Krishna (Apparently his lineage goes to Krishna). His tomb is situated in Nizamuddin on the Mathura road ahead of Humayun's Tomb. Built by him for his wife in 1598, and later he himself was buried in it in 1627.
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Some history -
The tomb of Mohammed Shah was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah (son) as a tribute to Mohammed Shah (papa) As there is little architecture from these two periods remaining in India, Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road (please don’t turn heads while driving) and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture is characterised by the octagonal chamber (8 sides waala) with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners. For a change you don’t find couples making out here.
Shah himself would have never thought that this tomb could look so good in a picture ūü§ī
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Ugta Hua Suraj Dua De Aapko,
Khilta Hua Phool Khushbu De Aapko,
Hum To Kuch Dene Ke Kabil Nahi Hai
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Nur Jahan and Jahangir have been the subject of interest over the centuries and there are innumerable legends and stories about their relationship #NurJahan #Jahangir #Lovers #Mughals #Lahore


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Dai Anga's tomb. Shah Jahan mughal's caretaker.
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Asif Khan was Khan-e Khana, Commander-in chief and also Governor of Lahore #TombofAsifKhan #Mughals #Emperors #ShahdaraBagh #Lahore


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Tomb of Asif Khan; Mirza Abul Hassan Jah, titled Asif Khan. He was bother of Nur Jahan and brother in law to Mughal Emperor Jahangir. #TombofAsifKhan #Mughals #Emperors #Lahore


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Baradari is believed to be built in 1540 by Kamran Mirza, a son of first Mughal emperor Babur and a brother of the second Mughal emperor Humayun. The building is believed to be the oldest existing Mughal structure in Lahore on the western bank of the River Ravi. #KamranMirza #Baradari #Pavallion #Mughals #KamranMirza #Babar #Humayun #Emperors #MughalArchitecture


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The tomb was said to be built by the Mughal Emperor Jehangir for his love Anarkali, It is considered to be one of the earliest Mughal tombs still in existence also one of the most significant buildings of the early Mughal period. #Anarkali #Jahangir #Akbar #Mughals #Lovers #Lahore


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Anarkali’s Tomb is located in Punjab civil secretariat. #Anarkali #Jahangir #Akbar #Mughals #Lovers #Lahore


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The heavily embellished ceiling of Mian Mir tomb, his funeral oration was read by Mughal prince Dara Shikoh, who was a highly devoted disciple. #MianMir #DaraShikoh #SufiSaint #Mughals #Lahore


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The jovial students of Queen Mary's School Model Town Delhi joined our heritage walk at Lodi Gardens today, powered by YES Global Institute and conducted by our walk leaders Mr. Drona Vatsyayan , Mr. Naman Mukesh Chaudhary and Ms. Kanika Dawar
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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Mughal clothing refers to clothing developed by the Mughals  in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the extent of their empire in the Indian subcontinent. It was characterized by luxurious styles and was made with  muslin , silk, velvet and brocade .Elaborate patterns including dots, checks, and waves were used with colors from various  dyes including cochineal, sulfate of iron, sulfate of copper and sulfate of  antimony were used..
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A tomb of memories.


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The "TAJ MAHAL"
is good to recall that three centuries ago, around the year 1660, two of the greatest monuments of modern history were erected, one in the West and one in the East; St. Paul's Cathedral in London and the Taj Mahal in Agra. Between them, the two symbolize, perhaps better than words can describe, the comparative level of architectural technology, the comparative level of craftsmanship and the comparative level of affluence and sophistication the two cultures had attained at that epoch of history. But about the same time there was also created‚ÄĒand this time only in the West‚ÄĒa third monument, a monument still greater in its eventual import for humanity. This was Newton's Principia, published in 1687. Newton's work had no counterpart in the India of the Mughals.
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Them mughals so cool!
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A more modern version of taj mahal, according to the locals also known as mini taj mahal due to having the same composition as taj mahal's! #agra #incredibleindia #heritage #heritageofindia #history #archaeology #uttarpradeshtourism #travel #travelindia #monuments #ancient #architecture #mughals #worldhistory #kingdom #instaindia


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Celebrating International Museums' Day with Stronge's Made for Mughal Emperors.
This rare masterpiece carved in mid 17th century is a classic example of the grandeur of Mughal art. Perhaps carved by a Northern European artist in Mughal royal service, it shows Shah Jahan in 'Jharokha' portrait which was a common theme in Mughal painting and later became important in Rajasthani painting too.
Image: Portrait of Shah Jahan, carved alabaster with Tracee of polychrome & gold decoration, circa 1650 CE, Mughal India. Size: 11.5 x 8.4 cm. Collection: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
#mughals #mughalart #alabaster #carving #mughalindia #shahjahan #jharokha #indianaesthetics #portrait #portraiture #decoration #decorativeart


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#MyBTS Heritage Baithak at Lodhi Garden by Intach Delhi Chapter and the Exhibition ‚ÄėIndia and The World - A History in 9 stories‚Äô, on 13th May 2018. Around 16 students of Classes XI B and XII B (Humanities) of Banyan Tree School, Delhi attended the Heritage Baithak/ an Informal sit down discussion on the 'Princes and Princesses of the Mughal Royal Family' organised by INTACH at the Lodhi Gardens on Sunday 13th May 2018 at 7:30 am.
Following this interesting and informative session, undeterred by the heat, the group went on to explore a few later Mughal Structures within the Lodhi Gardens to understand a few key features of Mughal Architecture.
The group then went to the National Museum, Janpath to explore a recently inaugurated exhibition titled 'India and the World: A History in Nine Stories.'
This enriching experience culminated in the students attending a workshop on making their very own Harappan Seals!
It was indeed a Sunday well spent!
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Chadar at Humayun’s Tomb gardens. This is a Chadar (literally shawl), a stone chute with a zigzag pattern which creates ripples in the waterfall. Very similar to the following image of a Babur period painting (Babur was Humayun’s father) of Babur supervising gardeners in the Bagh-e-Wafa or Garden of Fidelity in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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Pomegranates and Nightingales! Babur supervises gardeners in the Baghdad-e-Wafa ( Garden of Fidelity) in Kabul, Afghanistan. Mughal painting, late 16th C.

The Emperor Babur, founder of the Mughal empire writes in his memoirs, the Baburnama ‚ÄúIn 1508-9, I laid out the four gardens known as the Bagh-e-Wafa on a rising land, facing south and having the Surukh Rud (Red River), between it and Fort Adinapur. There oranges, citrons and pomegranates grow in abundance....The garden lies high and has irrigation water nearby. In winter it is subjected to a mild climate. In the middle of it, a stream flows constantly past the little hill on which lie four garden plots. In the south west part of it there is a reservoir, ten by ten yards, around which are orange trees and a few pomegranates, the whole encircled by a trefoil meadow. This is the best part of the garden, a most beautiful sight when the oranges take colour. Truly that garden is admirably situated!‚ÄĚ The painting fits the description almost perfectly.

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The jamma Majid,
Which is the largest mosque
In India forms the centre of
Historic area of Chandni
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The area is dominated by Red fort
That was built by the Mughals
As a symbol of their might
In the Indian subcontinent.
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