Mughal Art and Imperial Ideology: Collected Essays
This volume brings together for the first time twelve studies on Mughal art, written between 1982 and 1997. Analysing the form and content of the artwork in its context, the author offers a new Interpretation of the Mughal Gardens, the Taj Mahal, palaces at Arga, Delhi and Lahore and the Padshahnama.
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The Delhi of the Mughals Prior to Shahjahanabad as Reflected in the Patterns of
The Mughal Waterfront Garden
Mughal Palace Gardens from Babur to Shah Jahan 15261648
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