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BIBLIOGRAPHY


A number of titles are common with the titles given in Sultanate Architecture. In order to avoid duplication those have not been included here. The readers are advised to look at the Sultanate Bibliography when necessary.

Ahmed, Salahuddin & Chowdhury, B.M. (ed.). Bangladesh National History & Culture. Dhaka: Independent University, Bangladesh, 2004.

Ahmed, Sharif uddin (ed.). Dhaka Past and Present. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 1991. Asher, Catherine B. The New Cambridge History of India: Architecture of Mughal India.

Cambridge, 1992.

Banglapedia, Relevant Articles. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2003.

Bari, M.A. Mughal Mosque-Types in Bangladesh: Origins and Development. An unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Rajshahi University, Rajshahi, 1989.

Blochman, H. ‘Notes on Sirajuddaula and the Tomb of Murshidabad’ in Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Vol. XXXVI. Calcutta, 1867.

Dani, A.H. Dhaka: A Record of it’s Changing Fortunes (Second edition). Dhaka, 1962. Diez, E. ‘Kubba’ in the Encyclopaedia of Islam, Vol. V (New edition). London & Leiden. Godard, A. The Art of Iran. London: Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1965.

Hasan, S.A. Notes on the Antiquities of Dhaka. Dhaka, 1910. Havell, E. Indian Architecture. London: John Murray, 1913.

Husain, A.B.M. Fathpur-Sikri and its Architecture. Dhaka: Government Press, 1917.

Islam, Sirjul (ed.). History of Bangladesh (1704-1971), 3 Vols. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 1992.

Karim, A. Dhaka, The Mughal Capital. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Pakistan, 1964.

Nath, R. Some Aspects of Mughal Architecture. New Delhi: Abhinava Publication 1976. Nazly Chowdhury, Babu Ahmed. Mughal Monuments of Bangladesh. Dhaka, HSBC, 2006. Pope, A.U. Persian Architecture. New York: George Braziller, 1965.

Rajput, A.B. Architecture in Pakistan. Karachi: Pakistan Publication, 1963.

Roy, Asim. The Islamic Syncretistic Tradition in Bengal. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1983.

Salim, Ghulam Husain. Riaz-us Salatin (translated by Abdus Salam). Delhi: 1975 (reprint). Serajuddin, Asma. ‘Badr Pir and It’s Dargah at Chittagong: A Study in the Architectural

Extension of Prision’ in Enayetur Rahim and Henry Schawrz (ed.), Contributions to

Bengal Studies: An Interdisciplinary and International Approach, Dhaka, 1998.

Serajuddin, Asma. ‘Mughal Tombs in Dhaka’ in Sharifuddin Ahmed (ed.), Dhaka Past Present Future. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 1991.

Sharma, Y.D. Delhi and its Neighbourhood. Delhi: Archaeological Survey of India, 1974. Taifoor, S.M. Glimpses of Old Dhaka. Dhaka: S.M. Pervez (2nd edition), 1956.

Walsh, J.H.T. A History of Murshidabad District. London: Jarrold & Sons, 1902.


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Gaur: Lukochuri Darwaza (mid-17th century)


Dhaka: Lalbagh Fort

(c. 1678)



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Lalbagh Fort, The Diwan


Sonakanda Fort (17th century)



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Tahkhana, view from the west (late 17th century)


Tahkhana, from the tank



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Bara Katra (1644-42)


Panam Bridge (restored)



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(top) Pandua: Qutb Shai Mosque ground plan


(right) Qutb Shahi

Mosque


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(right) Gaur: Shah Niamatullah Wali Masjid (1639-59)


(bottom) Shah Niamatullah Wali Masjid, ground plan


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Dhaka: Mirdha Mosque (left) ground floor plan, (right) first floor plan


Mosque of Khan Muhammad Mirdha (1704-05)


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(left) Egarosindhur: Sadi

Mosque (1652), ground plan


(right) Dhaka: Allakuri

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Mosque (1680), ground plan


(left) Egarosindhur: Shah Mohammad Mosque (1680), ground plan


(right) Bogra: Mahasthan

Mosque (1718),

groun plan



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Brahmanbaria: Sarail Mosque (1663), ground plan


(left) Chittagong: Molla Miskin Shah Mosque (end of 17 century), ground plan


(right) Laldighi (Rangpur): Nine-domed Mosque (mid-18th century), ground plan


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Gaur: Tomb of Shah Niamatullah Wali, Gaur (late 17th century)

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Photo: ABM Husain (1962)


Gaur: Tomb of Fath Khan (17th century)


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Dhaka: Tomb of Pari Bibi within Lalbagh Fort (late 17th century)


Sonargaon: Tomb of Ibrahim Daneshmand (late 17th century)


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Kumarpur Tomb, from SE

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now vanished Photo: ABM Husain (1961)


(left) Kumarpur Tomb,

NW tower Photo: ABM Husain (1961)


(right) Bandar: Qadam

Rasul


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Bara Katra (Dhaka City) Inscription of Shah Shuja, 1055 AH


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Cannon Inscription from Chittagong 1066 AH



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Inchlabazar (Burdwan) Inscription of Auranzib 1115 AH (1st slab)



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