The Glory of the Sultans: Islamic Architecture in India

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Between the twelfth and the mid-nineteenth centuries, most of the Indian subcontinent was under Muslim domination, giving rise to a unique architectural blend of Islamic, Turkish, and Persian influences. This scholarly work provides a comprehensive view of this architectural fusion, explaining in depth the key monuments of each period and region, including the unforgettable Taj-Mahal at Agra, Homayun's tomb at Delhi, and the Shalimar gardens in Lahore, Pakistan. This sweeping panorama of the history of architecture on the ...

The Glory of the Sultans: Islamic Architecture in India 2009, Flammarion-Pere Castor, Paris, France

ISBN-13: 9782080301109

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