Chaukhandi Tombs: Funerary Art in Sind [sic] and Baluchistan

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Oxford Universiy Press, 2003 - Architecture - 182 pages
The Chaukhandi Tombs is one of the largest and best-preserved necropolises in the world. This book contains the first systematic study and analysis of group funerary structures. The author has used the style-critical method to delineate the particular features of Chaukhandi as well as to trace the features that link it to the architectural tradition of Gujrat and Western India.

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A study of the Chaukhandi tombs
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Significance
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Catalogue
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