I think some of it is Indo-Saracenic Revival but I'm no expert. Yeah ok ok I googled that term to make me sound sophisticated, it worked though huh? To be honest a lot of these buildings were built in the 1600's but still stood in the 1800's. Anyhoo they're some mighty cool shots of some pretty cool buildings.
Ascent to Entrance of Gwalior Fort, late 1878
The Chattar Manzil or Umbrella Palace in Lucknow , Uttar Pradesh which served as a palace for the rulers of Awadh and their wives.
Futtepore Sikri: The Panch Mahal, a five-storey palace in Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh, India
The Lahore Gate, the Palace, Delhi was the principal entrance of the Red Fort or Lal Qila, built by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1639
Jama Masjid, mosque the principal mosque of Old Delhi. Commissioned by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, it is the best-known mosque in India. Construction began in 1650 and was completed in 1656
The Burning Ghat, Benares (Ghat's are the steps that lead  down to a body of water, particularly a holy river).
The Chandney Chouk, The Principle Street in Delhi. the seventh city of the seven historical cities of Delhi. The sides of the road are lined with shops and artisans selling their wares. The road was built in 1650 by Jahanara Begum, the daughter of the emperor Shah Jahan. It led from the the Red Fort, Shah Jahan’s fortified palace, and was 40 yards wide and 1,520 yards long.