HistoryThe “river-front garden” was another name of?

The “river-front garden” was another name of?


  1. A
    Baoli
  2. B
    Chahar Bagh
  3. C
    Reservoir
  4. D
    Hauz 

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    The four gardens of Paradise recounted in the Qur'an are the inspiration for the Persian and Islamic quadrilateral garden design known as Chahar Bagh. The quadrilateral garden is separated into four smaller sections by walkways or running water. While "bagh'' denotes "garden" in both Persian and Urdu, "Chahar" denotes "four" in the former language and "Char" denotes "four" in the latter. Humayun's Tomb is a famous Charbagh Garden in India. The Mughal monarchs had a keen interest in art, architecture, and literature. In his autobiography, Babur discussed his interest in designing and putting up formal gardens that were enclosed in rectangular walls and split into four sections by man-made canals. Due to its symmetrical arrangement into four parts, these gardens were known as Chahar Bagh, or "four gardens." Beginning with Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan built some of the most stunning Chahar Baghs in Kashmir, Agra, and Delhi.
     
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