Mughal Muslim Architecture - Mosque You can see how beautiful it is by the details, and how hard the artist and workers must have worked on this. The domes come from greek and roman cultures and this shows cultural diffusion.
The Vakil Mosque (Persian: مسجد وکیل - Masjed-e Vakil), Shiraz, Iran is a beautiful mosque built in mid 18th century by Karim Khan, Regent (Vakil) and the founder of Zand Dynasty. The entrance gates as well as the interior of the mosque are decorated with coloured tiles in beautiful floral patterns.
One of four drawings of Mughal architecture. Drawing Delhi, India (made) ca. 1840 (painted) Artist/Maker: Khan, Mazhar Ali (maker) unknown (maker) Painted in opaque watercolor on paper- This Company painting shows a view of the Jami Masjid in Delhi. This is India's largest mosque, designed by the architect of Shah Jahan and built between 1644 and 1656.