Islamic Tombs in India: The Iconography and Genesis of Their Design
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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Tomb No 36 Elevation half plan
Tomb of Sultan Iltutmish Delhi Plan
Tomb of Sheikh Rukni Alam Elevation
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Adham Khan Adil Shah Akbar application of circular application of Deshiya application of Manduka Arab architecture Bagh basic plan Bijapur brahmdsthana Brihadeshvara Temple Buddhist cenotaph central chamber chahar-bagh chatri circular Manduka Mandala corner Delhi Deshiya Mandala dome Dynasty ensemble Firuz Shah Tughluq garbha-griha Ghiyas-ud-din Tughluq Gol Gumbaz half plan Hindu Humayun Ibrahim Rauza Iltutmish India indication of internal Indo-Islamic tombs Islamic architecture Islamic tombs Jahan Jalau-ud-din Mohammad Shah Khan Khanan Khan Rauza Khan-i Jihan Tilangani Lodi Mahal Manduka and Paramashayika masjid mausolea mausoleum Mecca mikhrab Mosque Mubarak Shah Mubarak Shah Sayyid Mughal ninefold division octagonal Paramashayika Mandala Plate podium proportion qibla Rani Rupmati ranks of pada Rupmati sarcophagus seen Shah Jahan Shah Tughluq Shahi Sher Shah Sikandar Lodi square Sultan Ghari term refers Tomb of Jahangir Tomb of Jalau-ud-din Tomb of Khan Tomb of Mohammed Tomb of Mubarak Tomb of Muhammad Tomb of Rani Tomb of Sultan Tomb ofAkbar Tomb ofHumayun