Islamic Architecture Of The Indian Subcontinent

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Laurence King Pub., 2000 - Architecture - 320 pages
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This Is The First Book To Cover The Whole History Of Islamic Architecture In India From Its Beginning In The Thirteenth Century Until Its Decline In The Eighteenth And Nineteenth Centuries. Encompassing The Whole Subcontinent To Cover Pakistan And Bangladesh, It Also Shows The Variety Of Different Provincial Styles That Co-Existed In The Various Regions Of India.

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Contents

Historical Introduction
7
The Origins
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The Punjab and Sind 1150C 1550 and 1053C 1592
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