Tomb of Prince Khusrau, near Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

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Tomb of Prince Khusrau, near Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. Coloured aquatint by Thomas Daniell, 1796. The Khusrau Bagh, or garden, outside Allahabad was originally built by a pupil of the imperial architect Aqa Riza as pleasure resort for Prince Salim, Akbar's son, later the emperor Jahangir (ruled 1605–1627). After some time the Prince made it over to his son Khusrau, but when the latter rebelled against him in 1606 he imprisoned him there. Khusrau was eventually handed over to his stepbrother, later Shah Jahan; in 1622 he was murdered by a hired assassin and his body taken back to the Khusrau Bagh for burial. Archer op. cit. Created July 1796. Mausoleums – India. Mogul Empire. Architecture. Trees. Islamic gardens – India. Thomas Daniell (1749–1840). Contributors: Thomas Daniell (1749–1840). Work ID: ynte7ejs.

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