The jewel of Sindh: Samma monuments on Makli Hill : with 326 illustrations, 50 in colour
The Samma Monuments Are Part Of A Funerary Eluster Located At Makli Hill, The World`S Largest Extant Neeropolis Which Is On The World Heritage List. This Book Delves Into Other History And Analyzes Their Fascinating Architectural Styles And Nuances.
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4-spoked arch Arghuns balcony-ensemble Beaded brick masonry calligraphic carries carving centre chajja chattri maqbara chiselled Cluster columns construction corbelled dome Core Ring cusped-arch Delhi disjointed doorway dressed stone enclosed Enclosure entrance extant Fateh Khan Firuz Shah Tughlaq four-bracket capitals Gujarat Hollow Iltutmish Inner Ring Islamic Jam Firuz Jam Juna Jam Nizam al-Din Jam Salah al-Din Jam Tamachi Jam Unar Jamia Masjid jharoka kangura Khanqah of Shaikh lancet linear decorative band lintel Makhdum Makli Hill Malik Rajbal Maqbara of Jam Maqbara of Malik Maqbara of Shaikh Mian Mubarak Khan mihrab mosque motifs moulded concave petals octagon ornamental Outer Ring oversailing paterae petals in foreground Pir Murad Quranic Rahu reign of Jam ruler Sadr al-Din saint Sammas sarcophagus Sehwan Shah Shuja Beg Shah Tughlaq Shaikh Hammad Jamali Shaikh Isa Langoti Sindh solid ring Soomras South facade square chamber squinches stone masonry Thatta tomb trabeated trabeated beams west facade west wall