Jaunpur was an important center, which was known for imparting knowledge of Sufi culture and Urdu in the bygone era. During the reign of the Sharqi dynasty, Jaunpur was a peaceful place with harmonious relations between Muslims and Hindus. As the Sharqis had converted to Islam, they understood and valued both the religions. An example of this is evident in the mosques in Jaunpur, which were designed to combine Islamic as well as Hindu elements. Jaunpur carries this blend of two religions in their indigenous art as well. The natives are also skilled at ivory carving, jewelry making, and perfume making. Silver is the most commonly used metal in jewelry making. Perfumes are made using jasmine flowers, Vetiver, Saffron, Korea, and Agar.
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