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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 6, June 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Architectural Masterpieces Of Humayun

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AUTHOR(S)

Rahimov Laziz Abduazizovich

 

KEYWORDS

Humayun architecture, Kachpura mosque, Timurid style, architecture of Din – Panah city, Talaqi Darwaza, Bara Darwaza, Humayun Darwaza, Sher Mandal.

 

ABSTRACT

this report illustrates about Humayun architecture. Since Baburid style architecture has started in 1526 in India, he had put so much effort to change to his own Baburid style, which was adopted, from Timurid Tradition. However, Babur’s sudden death did not allow him to develop as he has planned. Therefore, his architecture style was not developed in India. Furthermore, Humayun was inspired from Baburid architecture from what he has done during for four years, although, Humayun is sightseeing was very different compare to Babur. He has brought in architectural sphere extraordinary philosophy. He has ruled over India for some years, during those years he has developed many new styles and he has put so much effort to change past architectural style. Unfortunately, Afghans ruler Sher Shah has attacked India for the reason Humayun had to escape to Persia. The purpose of this report is to identify to which of this rulers belongs misconceptions of those buildings in India.

 

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