The central hall, from its size, height, and the evident massiveness of all constructive details, produces a striking effect : the domes are all hemispherical, with, perhaps, the slightest possible inclination towards a bulge ; these domes are crowned... Archaeological Survey of India Reports - Page 33by Archaeological Survey of India - 1878Full view
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J. D. Beglar - Bundelkhand - 1878 - 252 pages
...remains, but all used up into Muhammadan structures. I will begin with the Jami Masjid. This masjid is a fine specimen of its kind (see plan), and consists...notwithstanding all that the inhabitants make the inscription asseri, this mas j id, as it stands, cannot date back beyond the late Mughal period. The attempt to...