There are many features in modern-day housing also that we don't realise are taken from old forms of architecture be it ancient Hindu architecture or Mughal architecture because if we go deeper we will find a form of acculturation in the artistic style of building making. But some of the things which we often consider specific to Mughal architecture such as big domes (especially the onion-shaped domes), chaar -baag style(i.e. garden on all four sides which you will see in the big architectural monuments like TAJ Mahal and Humayun tomb), Jali work and jharokhas, calligraphic ayat writing on the walls, and big spacious places. It will be very difficult to incorporate all these in modern house making but if you have big spacious place and money to spent you can incorporate such things. But on a smaller scale for a normal house, you can still incorporate few things like dome-shaped roofs, jharokhas, jail works and to some extent calligraphic Arabic inscriptions. All you need is good architecture and workers with knowledge of such fine work.
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