Imperial Delhi: The British Capital of the Indian Empire

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Prestel, 2002 - Architecture - 303 pages
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From the decision to move the capital of British India to the last architectural detail of Viceroy's House, Imperial Delhi: The British Capital of the Indian Empire covers the entire scope of the masterful creation of New Delhi by esteemed architects such as Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker. With more than 300 black-and-white and full-colour illustrations, plans and photographs, this book presents the most comprehensive examination to date of how New Delhi was planned and built.

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Elements and Symbols for Imperial Delhi
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