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Mughal Empire 

Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History
Patit Paban MishraPatit Paban MISHRA

During its peak the Mughal Empire (1526–1857) flourished as a result of a strong centralized government, an increase in trade, and the rise of new markets in urban centers such as Delhi, Agra, Lahore, Dhaka, Surat, and Masulipatnam. Indo-Islamic architecture reached its apogee under the empire, with opulent palaces, tombs, forts, mosques, and gardens. ...

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