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The Delhi sultans were great patrons of art and architecture. There was a blend of Indian and Islamic style. This style of architecture was termed as Indo-Islamic architecture. Features of Persian, Arabic and Turkish styles were also there. They built many domes, arches and minarets. A tall and slender tower is referred as a Minaret. Qutb Minar in Delhi is the finest example of a minaret. A dome is a semi -circular roof with a sharp tip. The Allai Dharavaja which is in the Qutb Minar complex is an example of dome built by the Delhi sultans. The Delhi sultans also constructed many forts, mosques, palaces, madrasas and Dharamshalas. Quvat-ul-Islam mosque, Juwait Khana mosque are some of the examples.
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