Problems of Architecture and Construction


Laziz Rakhimov


In the article we try to analyze the architectural palaces built by King Jahangir. Moreover, the architecture of shelter palaces during Baburid epoch are described in this article. We give attention to developing new Jehangiri Style. We clarify original survey to all Jehangiri Palaces – Chashmi Nur, Badshahi Mahal, Pushkar, Lahor and Nurgarh.

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