Royal cortege leaving Rajagriha
Names, routes and locations of the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea (1st century CE)
Dashavatara Temple, Deogarh is a Vishnu Hindu temple built during the early 6th century, near the end of the Gupta period.
Cheraman Perumal Juma Masjid on the Malabar Coast, probably the first Mosque in India.
The rock-cut Shore Temple of the temples in Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu, 700–728. Showing the typical dravida form of tower.
The Taj Mahal in Agra, India. It was built under Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century, and represents Indo-Islamic architecture.
Hindu Temple basic floor design
Muslim woman clad in fine Bengali muslin, in 18th-century Dhaka, Bengal Subah.
The ninth century temple in Barakar shows a tall curving shikhara crowned by a large amalaka and is an example of the early Pala style. It is similar to contemporaneous temples of Odisha.
Maulana Azad was a prominent leader of the Indian independence movement and a strong advocate of Hindu-Muslim unity. Shown here is Azad (left) with Sardar Patel and Mahatma Gandhi in 1940.
Drawing of a pancharatha (5 ratha) plan of subsidiary shrines of Brahmeswara Temple
The Partition of British India was based on religion. The negotiations failed several times, with differing demands about boundaries, as shown in this map of 1946.
Palitana Jain Temples
Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan with Gandhi in 1930. Also known as Frontier Gandhi, Khan led the non-violent opposition against the British Raj and strongly opposed the partition of India.
Jain Temple complex, Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh, before 862
A train of Muslim refugees in India leaving for Pakistan
Temple ceiling of Ranakpur Jain Temple, Rajasthan
Mausoleum of 1 st Wali–ul–Hind:Moulai Abadullah, Khambat, Gujarat, era 1050–1100 CE.
The Charminar, built in the 16th century by the Golconda Sultanate
Dawoodi Bohra 53rd Dai Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, with Dawat office at Mumbai.
Tomb of Muhammad Shah, Lodi Gardens
Tomb of Sufi saint Shaikh Salim Chisti in Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh
Qutb complex
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, founder of the Ahmadiyya movement
Burial place of Ibrahim Adil Shah II
An outside view of the Maqbara.
Tombs beside Tomb of Fatima Khanam
Aligarh Muslim University
Firoze Minar at Gaur
[[All India Ulema and Mashaikh Board|AIUMB
]] protest against caricature of Prophet of Islam in the city of Sambhal, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Interior of the hypostyle hall of the Adina Mosque
Char Minar at Old City in Hyderabad.
Jama Masjid, Srinagar
Ruins of the Surya Temple at Martand, which was destroyed due to the iconoclastic policies of Sikandar Butshikan, photo taken by John Burke in 1868.
The Golden Temple in Amritsar
Muslim homes and businesses burned during the 2020 Delhi riots.
Gurdwara Baba Atal is a 17th-century nine-storeyed Gurudwara in Amritsar
The skyline of Ahmedabad filled with smoke as buildings and shops are set on fire by rioting mobs. The riots, which took place following the Godhra train burning incident, killed more than 790 Muslims and 254 Hindus, including those killed in the Godhra train fire. These figures were reported to the Rajya Sabha by the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Sriprakash Jaiswal in May 2005.
Shaniwarwada palace fort in Pune.
The Jamalabad fort route. Mangalorean Catholics had travelled through this route on their way to Srirangapatna.
Kee monastery, Spiti
Azim Premji, CEO of India's 3rd largest IT company Wipro Technologies and the 5th richest man in India with an estimated fortune of US$17.1 billion
Cluster of temples in Bishnupur
The Taj Mahal in Agra is one of India's most iconic monuments.
Thakur Dalan of Itachuna Rajbari at Khanyan
A rebuilt structure of the old Cheraman Juma Mosque, Kerala, which is often considered as the first Masjid of India
Asafi Imambargah, also known as Bara Imambara at Lucknow
Lotus Temple, Delhi Fariborz Sahba
The Humayun's Tomb in Delhi
Gol Gumbaz at Bijapur, Karnataka, has the second largest pre-modern dome in the world after the Byzantine Hagia Sophia.
Bimbisara visiting a bamboo garden in Rajagriha
Bahauddin Makbara, mausoleum of the Wazir of Junagadh, Gujarat
Pari Mahal
400-year-old Makkah Masjid, Hyderabad. (Photo: 1885)
Pointed arch, Mahabodhi temple, 6th–7th century CE, Late-Gupta period
The Asafi Mosque within the Asafi Imambargah Complex at Lucknow
Arches of Diwan-i-Khas, Red Fort, Delhi
The Rumi Darwaza at Lucknow
Nav Toran Temple, Neemuch, Madhya Pradesh
Gole-Gumma, Mousoleum of Nawab Wahab Khan, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh
Po Klong Garai Temple near Phan Rang
Charminar, the most famous of the monuments of Hyderabad
Angkor Wat
Red Fort, Delhi
Wat Chaiwatthanaram, an example of Thai style prang
Jama Masjid, Delhi, one of the largest mosques in India
Masjid Ubudiah, showcasing elements of Indo-Saracenic style
Temples in Bagan
Ananda Temple terracotta plaque glazed in green
numerous rock-cut equivalents
A tetrastyle prostyle Gupta period temple at Sanchi besides the Apsidal hall with Maurya foundation, an example of Buddhist architecture. 5th century CE.
The Hindu Tigawa Temple, early 5th century.
The current structure of the Mahabodhi Temple dates to the Gupta era, 5th century CE. Marking the location where the Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment.
Vishnu temple in Eran, 5th-6th century
The Buddhagupta pillar at Eran (c.476–495 CE)
Detailed carving of elephant, Ranakpur Jain Temple
Rani Ki Vav, Gujrat
Somanath Temple
Adalaj stepwell
Taranga Jain Temple, Gujrat
Safdarjung's Tomb is built in the late Mughal style for Nawab Safdarjung. The tomb is described as the “last flicker in the lamp of Mughal architecture”
Tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah is a Mughal mausoleum in Agra.It is noticeable for the first use of pietra dura technique. The tomb is often regarded as a draft of the Taj Mahal.
Shalimar Bagh is a Mughal garden in Srinagar, linked through a channel to the northeast of Dal Lake. The Bagh is considered the high point of Mughal horticulture.
Akbar's Tomb, Agra. Built with red sandstone by his son and grandson in 1605 to 1618.
Humayun's Tomb, Delhi, the first fully developed Mughal imperial tomb, 1569–70 CE<ref>{{Cite web|url=|title=Humayun's Tomb, Delhi|website=UNESCO World Heritage Centre|language=en|archive-url=|archive-date=2019-02-28|url-status=live|access-date=2019-02-28}}</ref>
Stupas in Thikse Monastery
Ralang Monastery, Sikkim
Tawang Monastery, Arunachal Pradesh
Tawang Monastery assembly hall
Prayer hall at the Golden Temple in Bylakuppe, a Tibetan settlement in Karnataka
The Chandannagar Strand Ghat, reminiscences of a French colony, Chandannagar, West Bengal
Fort Dansborg, built by the 17th century Danish admiral Ove Gjedde, reminiscences of Danish India, Tharangambadi, Tamil Nadu
Tomb of Susanna Anna Maria, reminisces of Dutch India, Chinsurah, West Bengal
Church Of St Francis Of Assisi, reminisce of Portuguese India, Goa
French Quarter, Pondicherry. The city became the chief French settlement in India.
Nishat Bagh, Srinagar
Lal Bagh, Bengaluru
View of the Mughal Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan
Waterfall at Rock Garden, Chandigarh
Char Bagh Garden, Rajasthan
The Athpula (eight piers) bridge in Lodi gardens
Pataini temple is a Jain temple built during the Gupta period, 5th century CE<ref>{{cite book | last=Cunningham | first=Alexander | author-link=Alexander Cunningham | title=Report of a Tour in the Central Provinces in 1873-74 and 1874-75 | volume=9 | series=Archaeological Survey of India | publisher=Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing | year=1879 | url={{Google books|X88OAAAAQAAJ|page=31|keywords=|text=|plainurl=yes}} | page=31}}</ref>
Relief of Jain tirthankara Parshvanatha on the Kahaum pillar erected by Skandagupta in 461 CE

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A Hindu wedding ritual in progress. The bride and the groom are seated together, receiving instructions from the priest. The sacred square fire container (yajna kund) is behind the priest.

Culture of India

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Heritage of social norms, ethical values, traditional customs, belief systems, political systems, artifacts and technologies that originated in or are associated with the ethno-linguistically diverse India.

Heritage of social norms, ethical values, traditional customs, belief systems, political systems, artifacts and technologies that originated in or are associated with the ethno-linguistically diverse India.

A Hindu wedding ritual in progress. The bride and the groom are seated together, receiving instructions from the priest. The sacred square fire container (yajna kund) is behind the priest.
Rangoli artwork is usually made during Diwali or Tihar, Onam, Pongal and other Hindu festivals in the Indian subcontinent.
Pressing hands together with a smile to greet Namaste – a common cultural practice in India.
A typical varieties of North Indian dishes in a restaurant
Some Indian confectionery desserts from hundreds of varieties. In certain parts of India, these are called mithai or sweets. Sugar and desserts have a long history in India: by about 500 BCE, people in India had developed the technology to produce sugar crystals. In the local language, these crystals were called khanda (खण्ड), which is the source of the word candy.
Chicken tikka masala is an Indian dish which became the national dish of The United Kingdom. It was made popular by Indian Immigrants living in Britain.
a typical Kerala Sadya on plaintain leaf
Hyderabadi biryani
Dance in India includes classical (above), semiclassical, folk and tribal.
Mohiniyattam at Kannur district school kalothsavam 2019
Bhangra dancers in Punjab, India
Tribal Gondi Karma Naach, Chhattisgarh.
Cham dance during Dosmoche festival in Leh Palace
Group of Dharohar folk musicians performing in Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur, India
Bollywood actors at International Indian Film Academy Awards, Toronto 2011
An Ao Naga girl in her traditional attire in Nagaland, Northeast India.
Khasi women in Shad suk Mynsiem festival, Meghalaya
Shy smile of a bride in a Hindu Indian wedding
Indian bride on her wedding day
Homes, buildings and temples are decorated with festive lights, diya, for Diwali, the festival of lights.<ref>Diwali 2013: Hindu Festival Of Lights Celebrated All Over The World Nadine DeNinno, International Business Times (November 02 2013)</ref>
Color drenched Gopis during the Holi celebrations in Krishna Temple, Mathura
The Navaratri festival is an occasion of classical and folk dance performances at Hindu temples. Pictured is the Ambaji Temple of Gujarat.
The Bihu festival is an Assamese tradition; it coincides with Vaisakhi in north India, which is observed by Sikhs and Hindus.
Procession of the famous “Lalbaug cha Raja” Ganesha idol during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Mumbai, Maharashtra
The annual Snake boat race is performed during Onam Celebrations on the Pamba River at Aranmula near Pathanamthitta.
Dahi Handi, a Krishna Janmashtami festive tradition, in progress near Adi Shankaracharya Road, Mumbai, India
Durga Puja is a multi-day festival in Eastern India that features elaborate temple and stage decorations (pandals), scripture recitation, performance arts, revelry, and processions.{{sfn|James G. Lochtefeld|2002|p=208}}
The Hornbill Festival, Kohima, Nagaland. The festival involves colourful performances, crafts, sports, food fairs, games and ceremonies.<ref>{{cite news|title=Nagaland's Hornbill Festival|url=|access-date=9 December 2018}}</ref>
Meitei women in boat race Hiyang Tannaba festival, Manipur
Muslims offering Namaz on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, at Jama Masjid Delhi
Carnival in Goa or Viva Carnival is a Celebration prior to fasting season of Lent. It refers to the festival of carnival, or Mardi Gras, in the Indian state of Goa.
thumb|Gommateshwara statue during the Grand Consecration Mahamastakabhisheka in August 2018 at Shravanabelagola, Karnataka. Mahamastakabhisheka is held every 12 years and it is considered Jainism's one of the most auspicious festival or celebration.
Illustration of different styles of sari, gagra choli and shalwar kameez worn by women in India
The Didarganj Yakshi depicting the dhoti wrap
Achkan sherwani and churidar (lower body) worn by Arvind Singh Mewar and his kin during a Hindu wedding in Rajasthan, India
An Assamese girl wearing mekhela sador, 2010 and bindi on the centre of her forehead.
Indian actress Pakhi Hegde wearing a string-sleeve choli and sari
Indian actress Shriya Saran in woman's kameez with dupatta draped over the neck and decorative bindi on the centre of her forehead
Indian actress Priyanka Chopra wearing a lehenga and gagra choli, exposing the midriff and navel, which has long been a fashion with Indian women in popular culture<ref name="Mukulika">Banerjee, Mukulika & Miller, Daniel (2003) The Sari. Oxford; New York: Berg {{ISBN|1-85973-732-3}}</ref>
thumb|Sikh man and women wearing Turban
Traditional Hajong Pathin and Argon from Northeast India
Indian nationalist Subhas Chandra Bose wearing India's traditional costume dhuti and panjabi.
J. L. Nehru wearing Nehru jacket and Chooridar.
Maharani Gayatri Devi, in Nivi sari. The Nivi style drape was created during the colonial era of Indian history in order to create a fashion style which would conform to the Victorian-era sensibilities
thumb|right|Malayali lady wearing Mundum Neriyathum. Painted by Raja Ravi Varma, c. 1900.
Nocte Naga couple in their traditional attire
Rigveda (padapatha) manuscript in Devanagari, early 19th century. After a scribal benediction ("śrīgaṇéśāyanamaḥ ;; Aum(3) ;;"), the first line has the opening words of RV.1.1.1 (agniṃ ; iḷe ; puraḥ-hitaṃ ; yajñasya ; devaṃ ; ṛtvijaṃ). The Vedic accent is marked by underscores and vertical overscores in red.
Literary records suggest India had interacted in languages of other ancient civilisations. This inscription is from the Indian emperor Ashoka, carved in stone about 250 BCE, found in Afghanistan. Inscriptions are in Greek and Aramaic, with ideas of non-violence against men and all living beings, as the doctrine of Eusebeia – spiritual maturity.
A manuscript illustration of the Battle of Kurukshetra, fought between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, recorded in the Mahābhārata
The Battle at Lanka, Ramayana by Sahibdin. It depicts the monkey army of the protagonist Rama (top left, blue figure) fighting Ravana—the demon-king of the Lanka—to save Rama's kidnapped wife, Sita. The painting depicts multiple events in the battle against the three-headed demon general Trisiras, in the bottom left. Trisiras is beheaded by Hanuman, the monkey-companion of Rama.
Rama and Hanuman fighting Ravana from Ramavataram, an album painting on paper from Tamil Nadu, c. 1820 CE
Ilango Adigal is the author of Silappatikaram, one of the five great epics of Tamil literature.<ref>{{Cite journal|title=Prince ILango Adigal, Shilappadikaram (The anklet Bracelet), translated by Alain Damelou. Review.|journal=Artibus Asiae|volume=37|issue=1/2|date=1975|pages=148–150|last=Rosen|first=Elizabeth S.|jstor=3250226|doi=10.2307/3250226}}</ref>
Krishna killing Bakasura, still of Harivamsa from Mahabharata.
Kathakali one of the classical theatre forms from Kerala, India
Rasa lila theatrical performance in Manipuri dance style
thumb|Bhavai Artist, Gujarat
Yakshagana An Ancient dance drama of Tulunadu.
thumb|Koodiyattam performer Kapila Venu
A still from play 'Nati Binodoni', Bengali Jatra Theatre. Jatra is a popular folk-theatre form of Bengali and Odia Theatre.
The Jataka tales from Ajanta Caves
Painting of Radha, the companion of the Hindu god Krishna
Hindu iconography shown in Pattachitra
Raja Ravi Varma’s Shakuntala (1870); oil on canvas
Bharat Mata by Abanindranath Tagore (1871-1951), a nephew of the poet Rabindranath Tagore, and a pioneer of the Bengal School of Art
Woman riding two bulls (bronze), from Kausambi, c. 2000-1750 BCE
The 5th-century Buddhist vishvakarma cave at Ellora, Maharashtra
Marble Sculpture of female, c. 1450, Rajasthan
The Colossal trimurti at the Elephanta Caves
The iconic 57 ft high monolithic Statue of Gommateshwara, Shravanabelagola, 10th Century
Bhutesvara Yakshis, reliefs from Mathura, 2nd century CE
Intricately carved sculptures on the exterior of one of the Khajuraho Group of Monuments
The Thiruvalluvar Statue, or the Valluvar Statue, is a 133-feet (40.6 m) tall stone sculpture of the Tamil poet and philosopher Tiruvalluvar
Kailasa temple is one of the largest rock-cut ancient Hindu temples located in Ellora, Maharashtra, India.
The granite tower of Brihadeeswarar Temple in Thanjavur was completed in 1010 CE by Raja Raja Chola I.
Kakatiya Kala Thoranam (Warangal Gate) built by the Kakatiya dynasty in ruins<ref>{{Cite web|url=|title=The Glorious Kakatiya Temples and Gateways|website=UNESCO World Heritage Centre|language=en|access-date=2019-03-23}}</ref>
Chennakesava Temple is a model example of the Hoysala architecture.
Chaturbhuj Temple at Orchha, is noted for having one of the tallest Vimana among Hindu temples standing at 344 feet. It was the tallest structure in the Indian subcontinent from 1558 CE to 1970 CE.
Considered to be an "unrivalled architectural wonder", the Taj Mahal in Agra is a prime example of Indo-Islamic architecture. One of the world's seven wonders.<ref>{{cite book|url=|last = Bindloss|first = Joe|title = India|publisher = Lonely Planet|year= 2007|isbn = 978-1-74104-308-2}}</ref>
Tawang Monastery in Arunachal Pradesh, was built in the 1600s and is the largest monastery in India and second largest in the world after the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.
Rumtek Monastery in Sikkim was built under the direction of Changchub Dorje, 12th Karmapa Lama in the mid-1700s.<ref>Achary Tsultsem Gyatso; Mullard, Saul & Tsewang Paljor (Transl.): A Short Biography of Four Tibetan Lamas and Their Activities in Sikkim, in: Bulletin of Tibetology Nr. 49, 2/2005, p. 57.</ref>
Victoria Memorial, Kolkata
Thakur Dalan of Itachuna Rajbari, Khanyan
Hawa Mahal in Jaipur city, Rajasthan
Patwon ki Haveli, Jaisalmer. Rows of sandstone haveli in Rajasthan
ravidian style in form of Tamil architecture of Meenakshi Temple
The Charminar, built in the 16th century by the Golconda Sultanate.
Pietra Dura and Jaali works on Amer Fort Entrance, Jaipur
Ralang Monastery, Sikkim
Humayun's Tomb, Delhi, the first fully developed Mughal imperial tomb, 1569–70 CE
Façade of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai
Pachin Kari or Pietra Dura on Tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah
The Stone Chariot in Hampi
Cricket was introduced to India by the British. Now it is the country's most popular sport.
Sania Mirza, a former world No. 1 in women's tennis doubles.
Kabaddi, is a contact sport that originated in ancient India. It is one of the most popular sports in India.
A scene from Raja Harishchandra (1913), the first full-length Indian motion picture
Producer-director-screenwriter Dadasaheb Phalke, the "father of Indian cinema"
A Hindu wedding ritual in progress. The bride and the groom are seated together, receiving instructions from the priest. The sacred square fire container (yajna kund) is behind the priest.
Kathputli Puppeteer from Rajasthan, India
Sakhi Kandhei (String puppets of Odisha)
Shy smile of a bride in a Hindu Indian wedding
A scene from Tholpavakoothu shadow play.
Koodiyattam performer Kapila Venu
North Gate of Dholavira, an Indus valley civilisation archeological site built arround 3rd Millenium B.C in modern day Gujarat.
The Colossal trimurti at the Elephanta Caves
Considered to be an "unrivalled architectural wonder", the Taj Mahal in Agra is a prime example of Indo-Islamic architecture. One of the world's seven wonders.<ref>{{cite book|url=|last = Bindloss|first = Joe|title = India|publisher = Lonely Planet|year= 2007|isbn = 978-1-74104-308-2}}</ref>

India's languages, religions, dance, music, architecture, food and customs differ from place to place within the country.

Although India is a secular Hindu-majority country, it has a large Muslim population.


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India, officially the Republic of India (Hindi: ), – "Official name: Republic of India.";

India, officially the Republic of India (Hindi: ), – "Official name: Republic of India.";

An illustration from an early-modern manuscript of the Sanskrit epic Ramayana, composed in story-telling fashion c. undefined.
Cave 26 of the rock-cut Ajanta Caves
India has the majority of the world's wild tigers, approximately 3,000 in 2019.
A Chital (Axis axis) stag attempts to browse in the Nagarhole National Park in a region covered by a moderately dense forest.
The last three Asiatic cheetahs (on record) in India were shot dead in Surguja district, Madhya Pradesh, Central India by Maharajah Ramanuj Pratap Singh Deo. The young males, all from the same litter, were sitting together when they were shot at night in 1948.
Children awaiting school lunch in Rayka (also Raika), a village in rural Gujarat. The salutation Jai Bhim written on the blackboard honours the jurist, social reformer, and Dalit leader B. R. Ambedkar.
Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar about to score a record 14,000 runs in test cricket while playing against Australia in Bangalore, 2010.
Bhutesvara Yakshis, Buddhist reliefs from Mathura, {{CE|2nd century}}
Gupta terracotta relief, Krishna Killing the Horse Demon Keshi, 5th century
thumb|Elephanta Caves, triple-bust (trimurti) of Shiva, {{convert|18|ft|m}} tall, {{circa|550}}
Chola bronze of Shiva as Nataraja ("Lord of Dance"), Tamil Nadu, 10th or 11th century.
Jahangir Receives Prince Khurram at Ajmer on His Return from the Mewar Campaign, Balchand, {{circa|1635}}
Krishna Fluting to the Milkmaids, Kangra painting, 1775–1785

This renewal was reflected in a flowering of sculpture and architecture, which found patrons among an urban elite.

The 2011 census reported the religion in India with the largest number of followers was Hinduism (79.80% of the population), followed by Islam (14.23%); the remaining were Christianity (2.30%), Sikhism (1.72%), Buddhism (0.70%), Jainism (0.36%) and others (0.9%).

Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam (built 1320 to 1324) in Multan, Pakistan

Indo-Islamic architecture

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Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam (built 1320 to 1324) in Multan, Pakistan
The Buland Darwaza gateway to Fatehpur Sikri, built by Akbar in 1601
The Qutb Minar (left, begun c. 1200) next to the Alai Darwaza gatehouse (1311); Qutb Complex in Delhi
Mausoleum of Iltutmish, Delhi, by 1236, with corbel arches
Tomb of Ghiyath al-Din Tughluq (d. 1325), Delhi
Arches in the main mosque at Gulbarga, 1367
Choto Sona Mosque (around 1500)
Interior of the hypostyle hall of the Adina Mosque
Kevada Mosque, Champaner
Aali Masjid in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Humayun's Tomb, Delhi, the first fully developed Mughal imperial tomb, 1569-70
King's Gate at Fatehpur Sikri, near Agra
The Taj Mahal in Agra, India, widely considered the pinnacle of Islamic architecture in the subcontinent.
The Rumi Darwaza in Lucknow, 1784, from the rear, during flooding.
Screen of the Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra mosque, Ajmer, c. 1229; Corbel arches, some cusped.
Possibly the first "true" arches in India; Tomb of Balban (d. 1287) in Delhi
Pavilions in the Hauz Khas Complex, Delhi
Tomb of Sikander Lodi in the Lodi Gardens, Delhi
Mahmud Gawan Madrasa (begun construction in the 1460s).
Jama Mosque Gulbarga (b. 1367), pictured in 1880.
"Double" tomb of Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah (d. 1422), in Gulbarga
A row of Bahminid tombs at Ashtur, Bidar
Gol Gumbaz built by the Bijapur Sultanate in Deccani style, the world's 2nd largest pre-modern dome following the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
Charminar at the Old City in Hyderabad, 1591
Makkah Masjid, Hyderabad
Char Kaman in Hyderabad
Hayat Bakshi Mosque in Hyderabad
Khairtabad Mosque
Shat Gombuj (Sixty Dome) Mosque in Bagerhat, Bangladesh
Interior of the Shat Gambuj Mosque
Ruined mihrabs and arabesque inside Darasbari Mosque, 15th-century
Terracotta arabesque on the wall of Khania Dighi Mosque, Gauda, 15th-century
Multi-domed Pathrail Mosque, 15th-century
Single-domed Eklakhi Mausoleum, early 15th-century
Firoz Minar, Gauda, 1480s
Corner tower with arabesque on Choto Sona Mosque, late 15th and early 16th centuries
Dakhil Doorway, Gauda, 16th-century
Jama Mosque, Champaner
Jama Mosque, Ahmedabad (the upper parts of the minarets at the entrance now lost).
Teen Darwaza (Three-Gate) entrance to Ahmedabad
Sarkhej Roza complex, Ahmedabad
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Jali at the Sidi Sayyid Mosque
Bhadra Fort, Ahmedabad
Dada Harir Stepwell, Ahmedabad
Interior of Jami Mosque, Khambhat
Jamia Masjid in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Interior of the Jamia Masjid.
Khanqah-e-Moula in Srinagar, Kashmir
Tomb of Zain-ul-Abedin's mother in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Chaqchan Mosque in Khaplu, Gilgit-Baltistan
Amburiq Mosque in Gilgit-Baltistan.
The use of elephant-shaped column brackets in buildings of the Lahore Fort reflects Hindu influences on Mughal Architecture during the reign of Akbar.
The Darwaza-i-Rauza (Great Gate) of the Taj Mahal.
Jama Masjid, Delhi, one of the largest mosques in India.
Lahori Gate of the Red Fort, Delhi, India.
Tomb of Nithar Begum at Khusro Bagh, Allahabad, India.
Akbar's Tomb at Agra, India uses red sandstone and white marble, like many of the Mughal monuments. The Taj Mahal is a notable exception, as it uses only marble.
Bibi Ka Maqbara is a tomb located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India, which was built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb's son Azam Shah in the memory of his mother.
Badshahi mosque in Lahore, Pakistan, late Mughal, built 1673–1674.
One of the Tombs of Ustad-Shagird, Nakodar, India.
Shalimar Garden in Lahore, Pakistan

Indo-Islamic architecture is the architecture of the Indian subcontinent produced by and for Islamic patrons and purposes.

Indo-Islamic architecture has left a large impact on modern Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi architecture, as in the case of its influence on the Indo-Saracenic Revivalism of the late British Raj.