Islamic Architecture in South Asia: Pakistan, India, Bangladesh

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - Architecture - 310 pages
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Islamic architecture is the third great phase in the evolution of the art of building in the South Asian Subcontinent. Containing more than 500 illustrations--many in full color--this volume provides a comprehensive account of all the important buildings of this period throughout India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

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Ghaznavid Architecture
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Architecture of the Early Turkish Sultanate
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Ahmad Nabi Khan is a Former Director General of Archaeology and Museums, Government of Pakistan Karachi (1987 - 1993).

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