Why did the havelis became to decline in colonial rule?

The following points may help you:

a. Havelis were symbolic of Mughals prestige and power, however they began to decline under the British as Mughal amirs or the nobles were unable to maintain such huge establishments and structure.
b. Many Havelis thus, began to be sold and some just became decadent over a period of time.
c. Colonial bungalows rather became popular mean of housing  than havelis more so for a nuclear family,
d. These bungalows were single storeyed structures that allowed women to supervise the entire functioning of the house unlike Havelis which were huge mansions.

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