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Question 1: Nishat Gardens, ________[note 1]
JammuKashmirSrinagarJammu and Kashmir

Question 2: Mughal gardens are a group of gardens built by the Mughals in the ________ style of architecture.
IslamIslamic schools and branchesMuslim historyMosque

Question 3: This and the marble of the Taj Mahal are inlaid with semiprecious stone depicting scrolling naturalistic floral motifs, the most important being the ________, which Shah Jahan adopted as a personal symbol.
IranTulipFlowering plantNetherlands

Question 4: The ________ garden, now known as the Ram Bagh, is thought to have been the first charbagh.
KanpurSaharanpurPilibhitAgra

Question 5: Her book makes reference to the forthcoming design of a garden in the Government House at New Delhi (now known as ________).
Ashokan Edicts (Delhi)Raj Ghat and associated memorialsRashtrapati BhavanChandni Chowk

Question 6: An early textual references about Mughal gardens are found in the memoirs and biographies of the Mughal emperors, including those of Babur, Humayun and ________.
JahangirMughal EmpireAurangzebAkbar the Great

Question 7: [6] He is also responsible for the ________ at Delhi which contains the Mahtab Bagh, a night garden that was filled with night-blooming jasmine and other pale flowers.
Salimgarh FortAgra FortPurana Qila, DelhiRed Fort

Question 8: Some of the typical features include pools, ________ and canals inside the gardens.
FlorenceFountainIstanbulFountains in Paris

Question 9: Shalimar Gardens (Kashmir), ________[note 1]
Jammu and KashmirKashmirSrinagarJammu

Question 10: The founder of the Mughal empire, ________, described his favourite type of garden as a charbagh.
HumayunBaburAurangzebAkbar the Great







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