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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 4909-4915


Akbarabadi Mosque. Controversial Archeology

Anjum Tahira.

Abstract
The Akbarabadi Mosque, built by Shah Jahan's wife, Akbarabadi Begum, in Delhi in 1650 AD, took two years to complete. It is said that Akbarabadi Begum translated the Holy Quran from Arabic into local Urdu language sitting at the same place. The purpose of this research paper is to look at the splendor of the great mosque from the windows of the past so that clear evidence of its expected location can be found in the same place and a lost link of Mughal architecture can be reconnected.

Key words: Akbarabadi Mosque; Urdu language; Mughal architecture






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