Faith and Places: Mughal Architecture in India
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The Mughals were an Indian Islamic dynasty that ruled most of northern India (including the area of present-day Pakistan) from the beginning of the sixteenth to the mid-eighteenth century. As patrons of architecture, the Mughals commissioned some of the finest buildings known to the world. This exhibition of late 19th-century black & white photography taken by various photographers shows well-known monuments in Delhi, Agra, and Lucknow in a very different context and was curated especially for Archnet.


The collection is made available through the generosity of an individual who collected these images through auction and private sale. 

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Islamic architecture
black and white photography