This book is in continuation to the work History of Indian Architecture: Buddhist, Jain and Hindu Period. The idea of working in this area was to compile the information on a single platform, i.e. the Hindu and the Islamic architecture. The focus of text is on the political, geographical and geological factors which were responsible for the generation of a particular style of architecture. This book is an attempt to encourage students to go deeper into the subject and explore the magnificent architecture created by the rulers through fascinating elements. The domes, arches, squinches, calligraphy, arabesque, geometry, jali work and usage of marble and sandstone are worth studying and admiring. This book is expected to serve as a handy review/aid for the students of architecture, and also an abridged text for all those interested in history of Indian architecture.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Subject||Architecture & Interior Design|
|About the Author||NA|
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