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Architecture in the Mughal Empire was formed from the Persian and Indian style of art. Mughal architecture consisted of arches, domes, towers, indentures, and carvings.
To show the greatness of the Mughal architecture, the buildings tended to be tall and enormous. The best example of the Mughal architecture is the Taj Mahal, made by Shah Jahan, a Mughal ruler. There was much pride taken in their architecture because it showed the power of the Mughals. Today, Indian buildings have the same features as the architecture of the Mughals. Such common buildings have indentures and domes. Because of this, India's architecture replicates the architecture of the Mughal dynasty.
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