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Mughal architecture : an outline of its history and development, 1526-1858 / Ebba Koch.
By: Koch, Ebba.Material type: BookPublisher: Delhi : Primus Books, 2014Edition: Rev. edition.Description: xi, 165 p. : ill. (some col.), map ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789380607535 (hbk.).Subject(s): Architecture, Mogul | Islamic architecture -- India | Architecture, Mogul -- PakistanDDC classification: 720.954 KOC Online resources: Table of contents
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Originally published: Munich : Prestel, 1991.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -157) and index.
Humayun (937-950/1530-1543. 962-963/1555-1556)
Funerary and Secular Architecture and the Timurid Ninefold Plan (Hasht Bihisht)
Public and Utilitarian Buildings
Shah Jahan (1037-1068/1628-1658)
Aurangzib (1068-1118/1658-1707) And Later Mughal Architecture
Palaces and Gardens
THE LATER MUGHAL STYLE.
The architecture created in southern Asia under the patronage of the great Mughals (1526-1858) is one of the richest and most inventive of the Islamic area, including such world famous buildings as the Taj Mahal in Agra or the tomb of Humayun in Delhi, the palaces and mosques in Agra, Delhi, Fatehpur Sikri and Lahore. All buildings types are considered, not only the well known masterpieces but also country houses, hunting palaces, gardens, mausoleums, mosques, bath houses, bazaars and other public buildings. Many of these are still unknown even to specialists. The unique book, covering the whole range of Mughal architecture and including numerous new photographs and detailed plans presents the results of the author's extensive field work in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh as well as Iran and the central Asian region of the Soviet Union. The author's in-depth knowledge of the original sources provides the reader with invaluable background information. --B.C.