Encyclopaedia of Indian Architecture :Islamic Vol-4
This Volume of the work entitled 'EncyclopaediaoflndianArchitecture' is devoted to the study of Islamic architecture. The chapters discuss The Sources of Islamic Architecture in India, The Delhi or Imperial Style : Its Beginnings under the Slave Dynasty, The Thirteenth Century Mosques at Delhi and Ajmer—The QutbMinar, The Delhi or Imperial Style : The Buildings of the Khalji Dynasty, The Delhi or Imperial Style : The Tughlaq Dynasty, The Delhi or Imperial Style : The Sayyid and Lodi Dynasties, Provincial Style : The Punjab, Architecture of Bengal, Gujarat Architecture, Monuments of Gujarat, Gaur and Gulbarga—Muhammadan in the Fourteenth Century, Architecture— Mandu, Jaunpur, Ahmedabad, Qutub Shah! Fort Golconda, Vijayanagara and Bijapur, Raichur Fort, The Mughal Period : Babur, Humayun, The Buildings of Sher Shah Suri, The Advent of the Mughals—Sher Shah's Mosque and Tomb—Humayun's Tomb, The Mughal Period : Akbar The Great, Fatehpur-Sikri—Akbar's Palace at Agra 16th Century, The Mughal Period : Jahangir : The Transition from Stone to Marble, The Mugal Period : Shah Jahan : The Reign of Marble, Hindu Symbolism—The Design and Building of The Taj Mahal, The Mughal Period. Aurangzeb and After, Khuldabad Islamic Architectural Imprints, Architectural Splendours of Aurangabad from Ancient to Medieval Period, j Architecture of Mughal and Modern Buildings, Architecture of the Seventeenth Century, Hindu and Saracenic Art, Architecture of Jaml Masjid (Friday Mosque) Shah Hamadan Mosque and Shalimar Bagh, The Future of Architecture in India—The Buildings of the New Delhi.