Built in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, India's Mughal monuments are renowned for their grandeur and association with the powerful Islamic empire that once ruled most of the Indian subcontinent. In Monumental Matters, Santhi Kavuri-Bauer focuses on the prominent role of Mughal architecture in the construction and contestation of the Indian natinoal landscape.
Pages: 232 pp
Publisher: Duke University Press.
Publication Place: Durham,
Book Id: 90092
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