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Important Indian Monuments And Their Builders



Name
Place
Built by
Ajanta - Ellora Caves
Aurangabad (Mah.)
Gupta rulers
Aram Bagh
Agra (UP)
Babur
Agra Fort
Agra (UP)
Akbar
Akbar's Mausoleum
Sikandra (UP)
Akbar
Itmod - ud - daula Fort
Agra (UP)
Noorjahan
Anand Bhawan
Allahabad (UP)
Motilal Nehru
Bada Imambara
Lucknow (UP)
Asaf-ud-daula
Bharatpur Fort
Bharatpur (Raj.)
Raja Surajmal Singh
Bibi Ka Maqbara
Aurangabad (Mah.)
Aurongzeb
Char - Minor Hyderabad (AP)
Quli
Qutub Shah
Charar - e - Sharif
Jammu & Kashmir
Zainul Abedin
Chhota Imambara
Lucknow (UP)
Muhammad Ali Shah
Dargah Ajmer Sharif
Ajmer (Raj.)
Sultan Shyasuddin
Dilwara's Jain Temple
Mount Abu (Raj.)
Siddharaja
Deewan - e - Khas
Agra Fort (UP)
Shahjahan
Adhai Din Ka Jhopra
Ajmer (Raj.)
Qutubuddin Aibak
Elephanfa's cave
Mumbai (Mah.)
Rashtrakuta rulers
Fatehpur Sikri
Agra (UP)
Akbar
Ferozshah Kotla
Delhi
Ferozshah Tughlaq
Golghar
Patna (Bih.)
British Government
Gateway of India
Mumbai (Mah.)
British Government
Hauz Khas
Delhi
Alauddin Khilji
Hawa Mahal
Jaipur (Raj.)
Maharaja Pratap Singh
Humayun's Tomb
Delhi
Hymayun's wife
Jama Masjid
Agra (UP)
Shahjahan
Jama Masjid
Delhi
Shahjahan
Jagannath Temple
Puri (Ori.)
Anantvarmun Ganga
Jantar - Mantar
Delhi
Sawai Jai Singh
Jaigarh Fort
Jaipur (Raj.)
Sawai Jai Singh
Jim Corbett Park
Nainital (Uttar.)
Sir Malcom Hqilley
Jodhpur Fort
Jodhpur (Raj.)
Rao Jodhoji
Kanheri's Fort
Mumbai (Mah.)
Buddhists
Khirki Masjid
Delhi
Ghyasuddin Tughlaq
Lai Bagh
Bangalore (Kar.)
Hyder Ali
Lakshmi Narayan Temple
Delhi
Birla Family
Makka Masjid
Hyderabad (AP)
Quli Qutub Shah
Moti Masjid
Agra Fort (UP)
Shahjahan
Moti Masjid
Delhi Fort
Aurangzeb
Nahargarh Fort
Jaipur (Raj.)
Sawai Jai Singh
Nishat Garden
Srinagar (J & K)
Asaf Ali
Parana Qila
Delhi
Shershah Suri
Pathar Ki Masjid
Patna (Bih.)
Pervez Shah
President House
Delhi
British Government
Qutub Minor
Delhi
Qutubuddin Aibak
Red Fort
Delhi
Shahjahan
Safdar Jung Tomb
Delhi
Shuja-ud-daula
Sabarmati Ashram
Ahmadabad (Guj.)
Mahatma Gandhi
Shantiniketan
West Bengal
Rabindra Nath Tagore
Shish Mahal
Agra (UP)
Shahjahan
Shalimar Garden
Srinagar (J & K)
Jahangir
Shershah's Tomb
Sasaram (Bih.)
Shershah's son
Saint George Fort
Chennai (TN)
East India Company
Sati Burj
Mathura (UP)
Raja Bhagwan Das
Sun Temple
Konark (Ori.)
Narsimhadeva
Swarna Mandir (Golden Temple)
Amritsar (Pun.)
Guru Ramdas
Taj Mahal
Agra (UP)
Shahjahan
Vellure Math
Kolkata (WB)
Swami Vivekanand
Victoria Memorial
Kolkata (WB)
British Government
Vishnupad Temple
Gaya (Bih.)
Rani Ahiliabai
Viiaya Stambha
Chittorgarh (Raj.)
Maharana Kumbha
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