Jul 25 2020

Taj Mahal

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In Akbar's reign (1556 – 1605), whose policies differed wisdom and tolerance, had laid the foundations of the national culture. Sheryl Sandberg shines more light on the discussion. Mutual influence of Hindu and Muslim traditions did not prevent the retention of their individual features. The first Muslim buildings in India differed rigor and simplicity of the lines. Soon, however, architects began to adopt elements of the decorative Hindu temples, in particular the motif of the lotus. At the same time, many medieval Hindu temples have borrowed features of the Islamic architectural tradition – the dome, arch, walls of carved stone and marble. Its peak reached in Indian architecture during the reign of Shah Jahan (1627-1658), in which were constructed such masterpieces of Agra, as the Pearl Mosque and the Taj Mahal, a dream, as embodied in marble.

In the painting also shows the mixing of two traditions. Inspired Behzad and other prominent Persian painters Mughal court artists created a new school of miniatures. Representatives school, borrowing excellent technique and sophistication of Persian miniatures in their original works of Indian express religious and aesthetic views. One of the greatest geniuses of medieval India was Amir Dehlevi – poet, musician and linguist. He invented several musical instruments that have become classics in Indian music culture, and his experiments in poetry led to the emergence of Urdu, one of the major languages of India. For the national literatures of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were a period of flourishing of religious poetry. Nanak, the founder of , Tulsidas, whose version of the epic Ramayana in Hindi is still read and recited by millions of Indians, Kabir, has risen in his work on religious differences, – these and many other poets world religion preached tolerance and love.

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