Mughal architecture was first developed during the reign of Akbar(1556–1605), This architecture is a combination of Persian, Turkic, Timurid Iranian, Central Asian, and Indian Hindu and Muslim styles. The main feature of this architect is large bulbous onion domes, sometimes It is surrounded by four smaller domes.
Generally, In this architect white marble and red sandstone are used. Use of delicate ornamentation work is also common including pachin kari decorative work and jali-latticed screens. Besides, Monumental buildings are surrounded by gardens on all four sides. Mosques is made with large courtyards. Persian and Arabic calligraphic inscriptions, including verses from the Quran is also used and large gateways leading up to the main building. Decorative chhatris and jalis and jharokhas is common in this architect. Here are the name of some books which is related to mughal architect as follows:-
1. Indegeneous Mughal architectural- R. Nath
2.Mughal Architecture (An Outline of its History and Development 1526-1858)
3. Understanding Mughal India: sixteen to eighteen centuries - Meena Bhargava