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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 7, July 2016 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Mausoleum Of Humayun

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AUTHOR(S)

Rahimov Laziz Abduazizovich

 

KEYWORDS

Baburid architecture, Indian architecture, Timurid style, Mausoleum of Gur Amir, Mausoleum of Taj Mahal, Akbari style, Double-Dome.

 

ABSTRACT

Humayun`s Tomb is the first mausoleum which was built by Baburids in India. Also, the world’s most well-known mausoleum Taj Mahal has been inspired by this Tomb. However, until now this magnificent mausoleum’s commander and which architectural style was used is still debatable. In this research we will try to identify the commander of Humayun`s Tomb and clarify which architectural styles was used and from which traditions this heritages was inspired. Moreover, we analyze the main characters, innovations of the Humayun`s Tomb and identify later impacts for developing mausoleums of this type.

 

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