2 edition of Sharqi architecture of Jaunpur found in the catalog.
Sharqi architecture of Jaunpur
Alois Anton FГјhrer
Original edition 1889.
|Statement||by A. Führer ; with drawings and architectural descriptions, by Ed. W. Smith ; edited by Jas. Burgess.|
|Series||Archaeological survey of India -- Vol.1|
|Contributions||Smith, Edmund W., Burgess, James, 1832-1916.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 76p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
Uttar Pradesh (India) works Search for books Collective action and community Sandria B. Freitag Read. The Sharqi architecture of Jaunpur Alois Anton Führer Read. Emergence of regional political parties in India Uttar Pradesh (India). Public Health Department, 2 books Brij Raj Chauhan, 2 books Kumar, Ravindra, 1 book Kr̥shṇa. Jaunpur was the capital city of the Sharqi dynasty founded by Malik-as-Sharq (“peer of the East”), who rose from the position of governor within the ailing Tughluq Sultanate to forge, in the aftermath of Timur’s sacking of Delhi, an independent state that ruled over much of the Gangetic plain until its disintegration in approximately Cited by: 1.
HISTORY OF SULTANATE ARCHITECTURE PROF. R. NATH. Pp+, 22×28 cm size, halftone plates, 57 text figures This is stylistic study of the architecture of the Delhi Sultanate () including the monuments of Ajmer, Jaunpur and Sasaram where the same style appeared with local variations. It traces th e evolutionary process and analyses, historically, various sources of inspiration. 4) Fuhrer, A. The Sharqi Architecture Of Jaunpur, with notes on Zafarabad, Sahet-Mahet and other Places in the North-Western Provinces and Oudh, Archeological Survey Of India. 5) Hamilton, Walter. A Geographical, Statistical, And Historical Description Of Hindostan And The Adjacent Countries, Vol. I, Oriental Publishers, first.
The engraved portal, hiding a dome, is distinctive to Sharqi architecture The Jami Masjid seems to be the only monument that Jaunpur’s citizens have not turned to their modern needs. This article contains a list of architectural styles that developed in the Renaissance and Post-Renaissance eras. The dates in this article are based on the traditional chronology which was largely created in the 16thth centuries. ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ The Renaissance and Post-Renaissance Renaissance (c) Renaissance Architecture Central European Renaissance .
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Besides the monograph on the Sharqi architecture of Jaunpur, the report contains notes on the archeological remains at Zafarabad, Bhuila- Tal, Ayodhya, and Sahet-Mahet, which places Dr.
Fuhrer visited in the course of his tour. According to the Archaeological Survey of India book, The Sharqi Architecture of Jaunpur, it was probably built by the same architect who built. Start. The Sharqi kingdom of Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh was founded by Malik Sarwar, a noble of Feroz Shah Tughlaq, in In the wake of Timur's invasion and sack of Delhi, Jaunpur took over from the capital as centre for scholars and writers.
Under Sharqi rule, architecture developed under a provincial influence that resulted in an Indo-Islamic style noted for its characteristic arched pylons. Sharqi Architecture Of Jaunpur Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
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The Sharqi architecture of Jaunpur: with notes on Zafarabad, Sahet-Mahet and other places in the North-Western Provinces and Oudh.
• Under the Sharqi monarchs, Jaunpur became an important centre of Islamic art, architecture and learning, a university town known as 'Shiraz-i-Hind' after the city of Shiraz in Iran. • Most of the structures of the style were destroyed when Sikander.
The Sharqi architecture of Jaunpur; with notes on Zafarabad, Sahet-Mahet and other places in the Northwestern Provinces and Oudh. Architecture. The style of Atala Masjid's architecture is known as Sharqi Though, the outer structure is changed, the inner walls, pillars of this masjid have retained the original hindu temple The impressive central dome almost 17 meters high above the ground can not be noticed from the front because of the presence of a tall tower (at 23 meters).Location: Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, India.
The subtitle makes it clear that the book aims to concentrate on the history of the Sharqī dynasty of Jaunpur, whose period of rule covered practically the entire fifteenth century.
On this subject, Mian Muhammad Saeed had published a fairly comprehensive work, The Sharqi Sultanate of Jaunpur: A Political and Cultural History, Karachi, Author: Shireen Moosvi. Atala Masjid or Atala Mosque is a 15 century mosque in Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, India.
It is one of the chief tourist attractions in Jaunpur. The mosque bears the evidences of the times in which it was built. The Atala Masjid is a useful specimen of mosques, not only in Uttar Pradesh but also in India. km north-norteast of Jaunpur, km northwest of Zafarābād, km north-northeast of Affiliation: Islam.
Like the Sharqi architecture of Jaunpur, it bears a markedly local impress, while the elements which compose it are of even a better and higher class than are to be found in any part of Gangetic : Jas.
Burgess. Atala Mosque, Jaunpur, Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh. 2, likes 1 talking about this 28, were here. Atala Masjid or Atala Mosque is a 15th-century Location: Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh. History of Sultanate Architecture. New Delhi, Abhinav Publications, Williams, John A.
and Caroline. Architecture of Muslim India. Set 4: The Sultanate of Jaunpur about Santa Barbara, California: Visual Education, Inc. Burgess, Jas. The Sharqi Architecture of Jaunpur; With Notes on Zafarabad, Sahet-Mahet and Other Built by: Firoz Shah Tughlaq. Main facade of the Jami Masjid, Jaunpur - This photograph is a very oblique view taken from the north-west corner of the court, looking towards the high arch of the main facade of the 'jami.
He took the name of Mubarak Shah Sharqi and thus proclaimed himself as the ruler of the independent kingdom, Jaunpur, in the year Sarwar as previously mentioned was the first ruler of the Jaunpur sultanate is originally named and known in the history as Khawaja-I-Jahan Malik Sarwar, he spread his reign to the regions of Ganges and Yamuna.
Atala Masjid is an ancient mosque and amongst the famous tourist locales of Jaunpur, a district in the Indian state of Uttar belongs to the 15th century and was erected by Sultan Ibrahim between the period of andwhile the basic foundations of the mosque had been established by Sharqi Sultan of Jaunpur, during the regime of Tughlaq Sultan Firuz Shah III.
Abhinav Publications, - Architecture - pages 0 Reviews On the architecture of Delhi, Ajmer, Badaon, Jaunpur, and Sasaram (Bihar), from A.D. to A.D. Only 60km from Varanasi, one of India’s most visited tourist destinations, Jaunpur was the seat of the Sharqi kingdom which built several monuments including the Jaunpur Fort and the Atala Masjid.
Preface The present volume is one-and the smaller one-of two in which the Muhammadan architecture of what may be described as the more important provincial towns of Gujarat is illustrated. The larger one deals almost exclusively with the capital- Ahmadabad-and its suburbs.
The two will thus, together, present a pretty comprehensive view of the Muslim remains in the British districts of Gujarat.The mosque was built by the Sharqi sultans of Jaunpur in the mid-fifteenth century to supersede the smaller Atala mosque which had formerly served as the venue for Friday prayers.
Its foundations were laid by Sultan Mahmud Sharqi (r. ). It was subsequently enlarged and completed by Sultan Husain Sharqi (r.
).Yet, the Bengal style of architecture remained inferior to other styles which were adopted in several other provinces. Jaunpur: The rulers of Sharqi dynasty at Jaunpur greatly patronised architecture and some very good buildings were raised during their rule which possessed certain good features of both the Hindu and the Islamic architecture.