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" The palace is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built of granite and marble, rising at least a hundred feet from the ground, and flanked with octagonal towers, crowned with cupolas. Although built at various periods, uniformity of design has been... "
The Rajputana gazetteers - Page 45
by Rajputana - 1880
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The Hindoos, Volume 1

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Geography - 1834
...is very much superior, both in taste and magnificence, to the Chateau of the Tuileries. " The palace is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built of granite and marble, rising at least a hundred feet from the ground, and flanked with octagonal towers, crovvned with • cupolas. Although...
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The Hindoos, Volume 1

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Geography - 1834
...is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built of granite and marble, rising at least a hundred feet from the ground, and flanked with octagonal towers,...crowned with cupolas. Although built at various periods, uniformity of design has been very well preserved ; nor is there in the east a more striking or more...
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The Hindoos, Volume 1

Hindus - Hindus - 1834
...is very much superior, both in taste and magnificence, to the Chateau of the Tuileries. " The palace is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built of granite and marble, rising at least a hundred feet from the ground, and flanked with octagonal towers, crowned with cupolas. Although built...
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History of the British Colonies, Volume 2

Robert Montgomery Martin - Great Britain - 1835
...is very much superior, both in taste and magnificence, to the Chateau of the Tuileries. ' The palace is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built of granite and marble, rising at least a hundred feet from the ground, and flanked with octagonal towers, crowned with cupolas. Although built...
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History of the British Possessions in the East Indies, Volume 1

Robert Montgomery Martin - East Indies - 1837
...is very much superior, both in taste and magnificence, to the Chateau of the Tuileries. ' The palace is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built of granite and marble, rising at least a hundred feet from the ground, and flanked with octagonal towers, crowned with cupolas. Although built...
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Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han, Or the Central and Western Rajpoot ...

James Tod - India - 1873
...terrace; on which were drawn up a few elephants and horse, exercising for the Rana's amusement The palace is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built of granite and marble, rising at least a hundred feet from the ground, and flanked with octagonal towers, crowned with cupolas. Although built...
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The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 9

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1881
...palace at Uddipur is thus described by Tod (Annals of Rdjdsthdn), vol. i. pp. 406,407: ' The palace is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built...marble, rising at least 100 feet from the ground, and ilanked with octagonal towers, crowned with cupolas. Although built at various periods, uniformity...
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Handbook of the Punjab, Western Rajputana, Kashmir, and Upper Sindh

John Murray (Firm), Edward Backhouse Eastwick - Jammu and Kashmir (India) - 1883 - 334 pages
...accessible. It is a most imposing pile of granite and marble, of quadrangular shape, rising at least 100 ft. from the ground, and flanked with octagonal towers,...crowned with cupolas. Although built at various periods, uniformity of design has been well preserved ; nor is there in the East a more striking or majestic...
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The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 13

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1887
...palace at Udaipur is thus described by Tod (Annals of Rdjdsthdn), vol. i. pp. 406, 407 : ' The palace is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built...crowned with cupolas. Although built at various periods, uniformity of design has been very well preserved ; nor is there in the East a more striking or majestic...
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Picturesque India: A Handbook for European Travellers

William Sproston Caine - Description and Travel - 1891 - 624 pages
...of the most beautiful and picturesque in the world. The Royal Palace has been thus described : " It is a most imposing pile, of a regular form, built...crowned with cupolas. Although built at various periods, uniformity of design has been very well preserved ; nor is there in the East a more striking and majestic...
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