The correct answer is option (d) – All of the above.
The Trabeate style architecture was used in the construction of Temples, Mosques, tombs, and in buildings attached to large stepped wells known as baolis.
- Trabeate style architecture was used between the eighth and thirteenth century.
- Trabeate style architecture is also known as the “Corbelled”.
- Trabeate style architecture is a style where windows, doors, roofs were made by placing a horizontal beam across two vertical columns.
- Architects started adding more rooms, windows, and doors between the seventh and the tenth centuries.