Mughal Architecture

In 1610 Dhaka became the capital of Bengal, during the  mughal Emperor Jahangir, then many mosque, palace, fort, bridge, tomb are built in Bengal according to Mughal architectural ways. Mughal has an unique architectural character in their building and other structure.  This is a blend of Islamic, Persian and Indian architecture. The buildings of Mughal architecture reflects not on the architectural techniques and wealth but also their love for poetry, personality and other artistic inclinations. Mughal architecture has its origin in its religion, Islam. The concepts apparent in Islam like power, pleasure and death are reflected in the forts, durbars, mosques, tombs, gardens and so on.