The pre-Mughal, "Sultanate Period" in India's history is, broadly, from 1190-1562 CE. The many ruling sultans of the time created religious public and residential buildings which still represent a distinctive period in Islamic architectural history. The eight expert contributors to this volume explore the rich architectural legacies of the Sultanates as they now are in Delhi and the Provinces of Sindh, Narnanal, Jaipur, Gujarat, Malwa, Bengal and Hyderabad. With black-and-white and full colour photographs and index.
The Architecture of the Indian Sultanates
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AuthorsAbha Narain Lambah & Alka Patel (eds.)