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Beautiful Mughal Architectures in Delhi

Red Fort

Mughal Architectures in Delhi

If you are fond of visiting monuments then visit in Delhi, you will definitely not want to miss this famous fort in Delhi. It brings alive the Mughal architecture with its structure which includes Diwan-i-aim and Diwan-i-khas. The architecture of Islamic era is combined with the designs of Persian, Timurid and Hindu making it a really royal structure.

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Safdarjung Tomb

Mughal Architectures in Delhi

This tomb garden of Delhi is another Mughal structure. Safdarjung Tomb was built in the memory of Safdarjung who was the minister of Avadh during the rule of Muhammad Shah. It kind of resembles Humayun’s Tomb too. Jangli Mahal, Badshah Pasand and Moti Mahal are some of its amazing structures

Purana Quila

Mughal Architectures in Delhi

Purana Quila is built on the site of Delhi’s most ancient city of Indraprastha. It has stood against time and is now a famous Mughal monument of Delhi. There is a moat surrounding the place where people often go for boating. You can also choose to just sit in the open enjoying the place and the weather.

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Jama Masjid

Mughal Architectures in Delhi

Under the rule of Shah Jahan, this mosque was built by 6,000 workers for a period of 6 years before it attained its glory. This place can hold 25,000 people who come here to say their prayers. It is home to a lot of pigeons who stay here all the time. This monument is the star of Chawri Bazar area and definitely a must visit.

Zafar Mahal

Mughal Architectures in Delhi

Zafar Mahal is factually the last monument built by the Mughals in Delhi. It is situated in Mehrauli, to the western gate of dargah of Khwaja Bakhtiyar Kaki. This Mughal architecture was named Emperor Akbar II. There is not much beauty left to this architecture but there are glimpses of it in the Moti Masjid.

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