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synthesis (noun) a combination of different ideas, beliefs, styles, etc.; the artificial production of a chemical or biological substance.

Synthesis is fusion. That is, combining of different ideas, beliefs, styles, etc. The present architecture is a synthesis of different styles of architecture. The architecture of some ancient Indian structures in India is the result of the synthesis of Indian and Arabic architecture. That is, we find in these buildings, a combination of Indian and Arab architecture. Synthesis also is the production of a chemical or biological substance artificially in the laboratory. There is, for example, synthetic rubber, which is different from natural rubber got from the rubber tree.

  • The Taj Mahal is a synthesis of Hindu and Muslim styles of architecture. We can see in it a mixture of Hindu and Muslim patterns of building styles.
  • We have a number of soft drinks, which have the flavor of a fruits like the orange, the apple, etc. These drinks made from essences with the taste and smell of different fruit juices is the result of synthesis.
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