Mughal art and architecture, a characteristic Indo-Islamic-Persian style that flourished on the Indian subcontinent during the Mughal empire 1526 1857 . This new style combined elements of Islamic art and architecture, which had been introduced to India during the Delhi Sultanate 1192 1398 and had produced great monuments such as the Qutb Minar, with features of Persian art and architecture. Mughal monuments are found chiefly in N India, but there are also many remains in Pakistan. This article discusses these distinctive forms of art and architecture as they developed under a succession of Mughal emperors. The patterns and designs of this era is still prevalent in contemporary India through constructions and various kinds of manufactured goods.