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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Babur’s Creativity From Central Asia To India

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Rahimov Laziz Abduazizovich



Timurid style, Baburid architecture, Islamic architecture, Indian local traditions, Kabuli Bog' mosque, Sambhal mosque, Baburid mosque.



this report explores about Babur’s Mughal architecture. Additionally, the new style of architecture has made and brought in by Babur in India. As we found out that during those days, in India, the Islamic architecture was developed, however, despite the fact Babur wanted to bring in to that sector his new idea about Timurid style because Indian style of building did not gave pleasure to Babur. Therefore, after the victory over the Lodi he started to change the Indian style and started to build in Temurid scheme. As there are, three mosques and it doubted which one has built by Babur and after making research we have found it in detail. In addition, it has displayed in more detail in the following. Lastly, we followed how Baburid architecture has begun and its development over the years, as well as, it has given an evidence supporting our points.



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