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Krishna: Through The Hands Of Muslim Artists

Since the first battle of Panipat, Indian art saw a significant infusion of Persian style and an Indo-Islamic period of art and architecture ensued. The Mughals were patrons of art.  With the exception of Aurangzeb (reign 1658–1707), they patronized Vedic art, although, ironically, they also destroyed many temples and the art inside them. After Aurangzeb, the Mughal Empire began to collapse. While historians attribute it to incompetent successors, the Vaishnavas insist that the decline was the repercussion of desecration of the Lord’s temples.

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