Islamic Tombs in India: The Iconography and Genesis of Their Design

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D.K. Printworld, 2004 - Architecture, Islamic - 334 pages
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The Book Studies The Architecture And Iconography Of Some 36 Islamic Tombs Belonging To The Period Ad 1230 To 1754. Abounding In Line Drawings, It Makes Examines The Monuments Size, Plan And Elevation, The Techniques Of Their Construction, Masonry And Artisanship, And The Relevance Of Each Monument In The Overall Scheme Of Indo-Islamic Architectural Development.

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Why There is not a single scale in any of the drawings? Without scale, how can i possibly fathom the sizes?

Contents

Tomb No 36 Elevation half plan
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Tomb of Sultan Iltutmish Delhi Plan
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Tomb of Sheikh Rukni Alam Elevation
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