Q. Which of the following Mughal structure has the Buddhist architectural elements?
Architectural progress during the Mughals is a landmark in world art.
- Mughal buildings were noted for the massive structures decorated with bulbous domes, splendorous minarets, cupolas in the four corners, elaborate designs, and pietra dura (pictorial mosaic work).
- The mosques built during the time of Babur and Humayun are not of much architectural significance.
- The mausoleum of Akbar at Sikandra near Agra started by Akbar and completed by Jahangir includes some Buddhist architectural elements.
Source: Tamil Nadu state board.