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Mughal Architecture : An Outline Of Its History And Developm...
Mughal Architecture : An Outline Of Its History And Development (1526-1858)
 
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Author : Ebba Koch
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN# : 019566042-0
Pages : 159
Price :INR 750
Offer Price:INR 668
 
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Book Description
The architecture created in south Asia under the patronage of the Mughals (1526-1858) is one of the richest and most inventive if the Islamic world, including such famous buildings as the Taj Mahal in agra, Delhi, Fatehpur Sikri, and Lahore. The author produces a concise and richly-illustrated survey of the history of Mughal style by earlier India, Persian and Central Asian on the Mughal style by earlier India,, Persian, and Central Asian Timurid architecture as well as European Engravings. The types of buildings considered include not only the well-known masterpieces but also country houses, hunting palaces, grandees mausoleums, mosques, bath houses, hunting palaces, and other public buildings, many of which are sill unknown even to specialists.
 
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