We bet you can’t answer these questions about Mughal Heritage

Mughal architecture is an iconic style in India, developed by the Mughals in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. A style formed with Islamic, Persian, Turkic and Indian influences, the Mughals have left behind a rich legacy. How much do you know about their heritage?

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  • Donna Mitchenson is from Durham-England, and is currently running her own organisation called Culture for Kids. After completing her Masters in Cultural Heritage Management, she was inspired to make culture more fun, exciting and accessible for children, especially those belonging to underprivileged background. She seeks inspiration from her beautiful daughter Jade and loves spending time with her. Her endeavors to make heritage more accessible have now led her to intern as a content writer for GoUNESCO.

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