Bihishtābād

The History, Art and Architecture of the Mughal Empire

Chahārbāghs, Palaces, and Mughal Court Routine in the Sixteenth Century

Gouache painting of the mausoleum of Akbar at Sikandra, by an anonymous artist working in the Rajasthan/Jaipur style, c. 1780-1800.

Laura Parodi’s recent lecture at the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard University. Scroll to 2:10 for the start of her talk.

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