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A fusion between the Mughal and the Hindu style of architecture can be seen in which of the following temples?

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Brihadeswara temple
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Radha Raman temple
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Sun temple
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Somnath temple
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The correct option is B Radha Raman temple
The Radha Raman temple dates back to 1542 during the Mughal era. This temple can be found in Mathura and serves as an excellent example of the artistic and architectural blends between the Mughal and the Hindu styles.

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