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Contents Preface 6 Introduction: The Mughal dynasty, Shah Jahan and Mumtaz
Mahal 8 I Mughal Agra, a riverfront garden city 22 The Mughal garden, its
buildings and its ownership 24 The riverfront garden city 29 RECONSTRUCTION
The Mughal garden, its buildings and its ownership GARDEN TYPES TJ^_gjjrf)
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Shah Nawaz Khan, the chronicler of the Mughal nobility (not to be confused with
the owner of garden no. 1), writes about him that 'though he was not highly
educated, he had through regular association with learned men picked up the ...
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Mughal Agra a riverfront garden city
The riverfront garden city
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