عنوان مقاله [English]
Arrival of Islam in India through Iran has also added new architectural elements to Indian architecture, including a Persian garden. Architecture of Islamic shrines has two different types of tombs because of the difference in the arrival of Islam in India, either through conquest of Muslim rulers or leaders of Sufism. Muslim ruling class tombs have built in form of gardentombs, symbolizing the classic version of India tomb building inspired by Persian garden making tradition. These tombs have built in forms of memorial elements and separated from the urban texture. On the other hand, tombs of Sufi elders have built consistent with the urban texture and they form the organic kind of India’s Islamic tombs building. Traditions and customs of eager visitors are more significant than formal aspects of architecture. Most notable aspects of this type of architectural monuments are Baolies located next to them.