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Encyclopaedia of Architecture in the Indian Subcontinent (In 2 Volumes)

E.B. Havell (Author)

The book is a scholarly account of the glories of India's architectural heritage and deals with the entire subcontinent including Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The book traces the cultural contacts which have contributed to the rich mosaic of temples, mosques, palaces, forts and other monuments that have gone towards the creation of one of the greatest civilization of the world.

Divided into two volumes, the work is copiously illustrated. Over three hundred photographs and line drawings accompany the text. The first volume is devoted to Ancient and Early Medieval Architecture while the second volume covers the Medieval and Later Period starting from the first Muhammadan invasion onwards.

Lavishly illustrated, the book tries the capture the architectural heritage of India in all its rich splendour. The text along with sensitive photographs will capture the imagination of the reader. The book will prove to be an invaluable asset not only to the academicians, architects, researchers and libraries but also to the layreader.

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Bibliographic information

Title Encyclopaedia of Architecture in the Indian Subcontinent (In 2 Volumes)
Author E.B. Havell
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173051879, 9788173051876
length 544p., 112 Figures; Plates; Maps; 212 Illustrations; Appendix; Index; 25cm.