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The Archaeology and Monumental Remains of Delhi / Stephen, Carr
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The Archaeology and Monumental Remains of Delhi
Stephen, Carr
 
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  Book ID : 11572
  ISBN-10 : 81-7305-222-0 / 8173052220
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7305-222-4 / 9788173052224
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2002
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  With an Introduction by B.M. Pande; xvi, 190p., 8 Col. & 16 B/W Plts., Maps, 29 cm.
   
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 CONTENTS
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CONTENTS:-
1. Indra Prastha or Indrapat
2. Nigambodh
3. Nilichatri
4. Dilli
5. The Iron pillar or Loha-ki-Lat
6. Purana Qil'ah
7. Lal kot
8. Anang Tal
9. Anekpur
10. Suraj Kund
11. Kalkaji, or the Temple of Kali Devi
12. The temple of Yoga Maya
13. Qil'ah Rai Pithora
14. Kasr Safed
15. Kushak Firozi
16. Kushak Sabz
17. Chabutra Nasira
18. Masjid Jama' or Masjid Kuvvat-ul-Islam
19. The extensions of Altamsh
20. The extensions of 'Ala-uddin Khilji
21. The 'Alai Darwaza, or the gate of 'Ala-uddin Khilji
22. Qutb Minar
23. The unfinished Minar
24. Hauz Shamsi, or the Tank of Shams-uddin Altamsh
25. The tomb of Sultan Ghari
26. The tomb of Shams-uddin Altamsh
27. The tombs of Rukn-uddin Firoz Shah, and Mu'izuddin Bahram Shah
28. The grave of Raziyah Sultan Begam
29. The grave of Shah Turkman alias Shams-ul-'Aarafin
30. Kushak Lal or Qil'ah Marzgan, or Dar-ul-aman, and the tomb of Balban
31. The fort of Kilokheri, Kilugheri, Kasr Mu'izzi, or Naia Shahr
32. Kushak Lal of Jalal-uddin Khilji
33. Hauz 'Alai or Hauz Khas
34. Siri or Delhi 'Alai
35. Kasr Hazar Sathun or the Palace with a thousand pillars
36. The tomb of 'Ala-uddin Khilji
37. The fort and City of Tughlaqabad
38. The tomb of Ghias-uddin Tughlaq Shah
39. 'Adilabad or Muhammadabad
40. Jahan Panah
41. Biji Mandal or Bedi Manzal
42. Sathpalah
43. The tomb of Nizam-uddin Aulia
44. The tomb of Jahanara Begam
45. The tomb of Muhammad Shah
46. The tomb of Mirza Jahangir
47. Jama'ath Khanah, or the Mosque of Nizam-uddin
48. The spring or Baoli of Nizam-uddin
49. The tomb of Amir Khusrau
50. The tomb of 'Azam Khan
51. The Chausat Khambah, or the tomb of Mirza Aziz Kukaltash
52. The tomb of Shaikh Sallah-uddin
53. Kushak Anwar or Mehndian
54. Buli Bhatiari ka Mahal
55. The city, fort, and palaces of Firozabad
56. Asoka's Lat
57. Kushak-i-Shikar or Jahan Numah and Asoka's second pillar
58. Asoka's pillar II
59. Char Burji or four towers
60. The tomb of Nasir-uddin Mahmud Chiragh Delhi
61. Qadam Sharif
62. The Mosques of Khan Jahan
63. The Kali or Kalan Masjid
64. Khirki Masjid
65. Bagampuri Masjid
66. The tomb of Firoz Shah Tughlaq
67. Khirzabad and Khizra-ki-Gumti
68. Mubarakabad and the tomb of Mubarak Shah
69. The tomb of Muhammad Shah
70. The tomb of Bahlol Lodi
71. Panj Burj or the five domes
72. Basti Baori, or the spring of Basti
73. Moth-ki-Masjid
74. The tomb of Langar Khan
75. Tin Burj or the three domes
76. Rajon-ki-Ba-in
77. The tomb of Sikandar Shah Lodi
78. The Mosque and tomb of Jamali
79. The tomb of Imam Zaman, alias Imam Muhammad
80. The grave and Mosque of Qutb Sahib
81. The Mosque of Qutb Sahib
82. Moti Masjid of Mahrauli
83. The grave of Akbar I
84. The grave of Shah Alam
85. The grave of Shah 'Alam Bahadur Shah
86. The Baoli or spring of Qutab Sahib
87. Purana Qil'ah or Din Panah
88. Shergarh and Delhi Sher-shah
89. Masjid Qil'ah Kohnah
90. Sher Mandal
91. Salimgarh or Nurgarh
92. The Masjid of Khairpuri
93. The Mosque and tomb of 'Isa Khan
94. Arab-Sarai
95. Khair-ul-Manazil
96. The tomb of Adham Khan
97. The tomb of Humayun
98. Barah Palah
99. The tomb of Naubath Khan or Nili Chhatri
100. The tomb of Khwajah Baqi Billah
101. The tomb of Shaikh Farid Bukhari
102. The tomb of Fahim or Nili Burj
103. The tomb of Khan Khanan
104. Lal Mahal
105. Lal Qil'ah or Qil'ah Mubarik or Qil'ah Shajahanabad
106. The Lahore gate
107. The Nakar Khanah
108. Diwan 'Am, or the hall of public audience
109. Diwan Khas, or the hall of special audience
110. Hammam, or the baths
111. Moti Masjid, or the Pearl Mosque of Lal Qil'ah
112. Tasbih Khanah, Khwabgah and Baitak
113. Musamman Burj
114. Rang Mahal
115. Asad Burj
116. Shah Burj
117. Lal Qil'ah in the reign of Aurangzeb
118. Modern Delhi, or Shahjahanabad
119. The Jam'a Masjid of modern Delhi
120. The Begam's Bagh, or the Queen's gardens
121. Fatehpuri Masjid
122. Masjid Sarhandi
123. Bagh Roshanara
124. Zinath-ul-Masajid
125. The mausoleum and Madrasah of Ghazi-uddin Khan
126. Sonehri Masjid, or the Golden Mosque of Roshan-uddoulah
127. Jantar Mantar
128. Fakhr-ul-Masajid, or the pride of Mosques
129. The garden, and the gates of Mahaldar Khan
130. The second Sonehri Masjid of Roshan-uddaulah
131. Qudsiah Bagh
132. Sonehri Masjid, near Lal Qil'ah
133. The tomb of Safdar Jang
134. Lal Banglah
135. The tomb of Mirza Najaf Khan
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 DESCRIPTION
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The present work contains a description and history of every object of archaeological or monumental interest in Delhi; beginning with the site of the semi-mythical Indra-Prastha, the capital of Yudishthira, which dates back to the year 1450 B.C., and concluding with the tomb of the Emperor Akbar II, who died in the year A.D. 1837. Carr Stephen's description is marked by accurate details and history of the monuments alongwith English translation of inscriptions whenever these are available.

The importance of The Archaeology and Monumental Remains of Delhi lies not only in its being an earliest account synthesizing the available information but also as a benchmark for the changes in the buildings and their landscape. The work is therefore of outstanding value not withstanding the change in perception due to new material and research.

The work which has long been out-of-print is being re-issued for the use of historians, conservators, tourists, archaeologists and also for the lay-readers. A fresh introduction and a number of rare maps, aquatints and photographs have been added which further enhances the value of the work. The unusual variety of the subject and the notable richness of illustrations combine to make this a work of endless fascination.

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