Architecture of Mughal India
- Catherine B. Asher.
- New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992.
- Physical description
- xxxi, 368 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
- New Cambridge history of India I, 4
- Asher, Catherine B. (Catherine Blanshard), 1946-
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- List of plates-- General editor's preface-- Preface-- List of abbreviations-- Glossary-- Map of major pre-Mughal and Mughal sites-- 1. Precedents for Mughal architecture-- 2. The beginnings of Mughal architecture-- 3. The age of Akbar-- 4. Jahangir: an age of transition-- 5. Shah Jahan and the crystallization of Mughal style-- 6. Aurangzeb and the Islamization of the Mughal style-- 7. Architecture and the struggle for authority under the later Mughals and their successor states-- Bibliographical essays-- Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- In Architecture of Mughal India Catherine Asher presents the first comprehensive study of Mughal architectural achievements. The work is lavishly illustrated and will be widely read by students and specialists of South Asian history and architecture as well as by anyone interested in the magnificent buildings of the Mughal empire.
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