C.N. Potter, 1990 - Architecture - 299 pages
India, perhaps as no other land, possesses an extraordinary mix of religions, people, and traditions. This book reveals the opulent palaces of fabled maharajahs as well as the native dwellings few visitors ever see. The authors introduce the variety of Indian style in more than 500 full-color photographs.
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19th-century Ahmedabad ancient antique arched architecture Art Deco balcony Bansi Chandragupta bedroom boats Bombay brass built bungalow carved celebrated CENTER LEFT century chairs Chinese Chinese Export porcelain cloth Cochin coconut colored cooking courtyard decorated Delhi dining room door dunga elephant English entrance fabric facade family photographs festival film floor flowers frame front furnished furniture garden glass hangs Hindu houseboats Hyderabad INDIAN BAZAAR INDIAN interior Ismail Merchant Jaisalmer James Ivory Jodhpur Kashmir Kerala Kilachand kitchen Krishna Kutch Ladakh lake lamps landscape LEFT AND RIQHT living room Maharaja Malabar Hill Mandawa marble Margao mirror modern monsoon Muslims palace palm pattern Portuguese Rajasthan reception room religious residence RIQHT River roof round house seating Singh sitting room sofas Srinagar stone street style surrounded Suzanne Slesin terra-cotta terrace tiles traditional Indian Trivandrum veranda Victorian village Wacziarg walls Western wood