Islamic Architecture in South Asia: Pakistan, India, Bangladesh
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.
7 pages matching Moth-ki-Masjid in this book
Results 1-3 of 7
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Architecture of the Early Turkish Sultanate
15 other sections not shown
Adil Shahi Agra ah/ad Akbar al-Mansura Ala u'd-Din Arab arched openings Balochistan bastions Bijapur brick buildings built carved cenotaph central centre construction corner courtyard created crowned cut-brick Darwaza decoration Delhi drum east Ebba Koch edifice elaborate emperor entrance epigraphical erected exterior facade faced faience Fatehpur Sikri floral fortification friezes gateway glazed graves Gujarat Hindu inscriptions interior Islamic architecture Jahangir Jame Jaunpur Kashmir Khalji Khan Lahore lime-plaster liwan liwdn Lodi madrasah Mahal Mandu marble Masjid mausoleum mehrdb Moghul monuments Mughal Architecture Muhammad Muslim Nizam u'd-Din oblong octagonal ornamentation Pakpattan palace panels parapet pavilions pietra dura pillars placed platform prayer chamber Qur'anic Qutb recessed rectangular red sandstone revetment roof rulers screens Serai Shah Shahi Shahjahan Shaikh shape side Sindh specimens square on plan squinches Srinagar stone storey structure stucco style subcontinent Sultan surface terrace Thatta tiles tomb Tughluq western wall zone of transition