UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE SCIENCE AND ART DEPARTMENT OF THE COMMITTEE
THE ARCHITECTURE OF ANCIENT DELHI. ESPECIALLY THE BUILDINGS AROUND THE KUTB MINAR, BY HENRY HARDY COLE, LIEUTENANT R.E., LATE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE ARCHÆOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE NORTH WESTERN PROVINCES, INDIA
Table of Contents
|Ruined Buildings Around the Kutb Minar, Near Modern Delhi. Introductory Notice.|
The Ancient Cities of Delhi
General Description of the Buildings Surrounding the Kutb Minar
View of the Iron Pillar from the west
General View of the Masjid and Colonnade and III.A, B. Hindu Sculptures
Pillars in the Sanctuary of the Mosque
Pillars in the East Colonnade of the Mosque
Pillars in the Centre of the East Colonnade
Pillars in the North-East Corner of the Colonnade
Pillar in the North-East Corner of the Colonnade
Pillars in the South Colonnede
View of the Great Archies of the Masjid
General View Of The Kutb Minar.
General View of the Kutb Minar
View of the Kutb Minar from the West
Base of the Minar from the East
First Gallery of the Minar
Shams-ud-din's Gateways and Tomb.
Exterior of Shams-ud-din's Tomb
Interior of Shams-ud-din's Tomb
Niche of the tomb called "Sultan Ghori"
Doorway on the Northern side
Doorway on the Southern Side
Exterior of the Gateway from the South
Exterior View of the Tomb Known as "Imam Zamin"
Niche in the Wall Towards the West, in the Tomb Called "Imam Zamin."
Tomb of Adam Khan