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Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs
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Indian architecture march 2011 8 10 yrs

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History of Indian Architecure for HARI School students. …

History of Indian Architecure for HARI School students.
Presented - March, 13, 2011

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  • 1. Indian ArchitectureA History
    HARI VidyaBhavan
  • 2. “Shilpa-ShaStra”
    Architecture is…
    “The art and science of designing buildings and other physical structures”
  • 3. Think of Architecture as…
    Engineering
    Art
    Politics &
    Culture
  • 4. Timeline
    Before Common Era (BCE)
    Common Era (CE)
    4000
    2000
    3000
    2000
    1000
    1000
    0
    Indus Valley
    Buddhist
    & Rock Cut
    Dravidian
    Indo-Islamic Mughal
    Colonial
    Modern
  • 5. Indus Valley Civilization
    1,500 BCE – 200 CE
  • 6. Buddhist Architecture
    7,000 BCE – 1,500 BCE
    Sanchi – Dome of Heavan, 3 BCE
  • 7. Rock-Cut Architecture
    Kaiashnath Temple
    Click on icon to see video
    7,000 BCE – 1,500 BCE
    Kailashnath Temple, Ellora – 6 CE
  • 8. Rock-Cut: Ellora caves
    Ellora caves
    Click on icon to see 360 deg view
    Kailashnath Temple, Ellora – 6 CE
    Carpenter’s Cave, Ellora – 6 CE
  • 9. DRAVIDIAN
    200 CE-1526CE
    Brihadisvara temple at Thanjavur
    1000 CE
    Brihadisvara Temple
    Click on icon to see video
  • 10. Dravidian Temples
    Meenakshi Temple
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    Vimanam over the Inner Sanctum
    Gopuram, Entrance Spire
    Pillared Halls
    Mantapam
    Water tank
    Outer Wall
    Virupakha Temple, Hampi
  • 11. Indo-Islamic & Mughal
    1,100-1,800CE
    India, Pakistan, Bangladesh
    FatehpurSikri, Agra, Delhi
    Lahore, Dhaka
  • 12. Indo-Islamic: QutubMinar
    First major Islamic structure in India
    Ascent of the Crescent!
    QutubMinar: 1193 CE
  • 13. INDO-ISLAMIC:Arches & DOmes
    GolGumbaz- Bijapur, 1659 CE
  • 14. Mughal: Two Architects
    Akbar
    Shah Jahan
  • 15. MughaL: Materials
  • 16. Mughal: Decorations
    Decorations
    Calligraphy
    “Pietra Durra” – Inlay Work
  • 17. Mughal - GARDENS
  • 18. TajMahal: Ode to Love
    TajMahal
    Click on icon to see video
    TajMahal
    “Teardrop on the cheek of eternity” -Tagore
    Garden
  • 19. TajMahal: garden of Paradise
  • 20. Red Fort: main Entrance
  • 21. Red Fort: Diwan-i-Khas
  • 22. Colonial (ind0-Saracenic)
  • 23. Places to see great architecture in India
    North & Middle
    • Agra & FatehpurSikri (Mughal)
    • 24. Chandigarh (Modern)
    • 25. Khajuraho (Middle Age)
    • 26. New Delhi (Mughal, Colonial, Modern)
    • 27. Simla (Colonial)
    • 28. Srinagar (Mughal)
    East & Northeast
    • Nalanda (Buddhist)
    • 29. Sanchi (Buddhist)
    • 30. Calcutta (Mughal, Colonial)
    South
    • Bangalore (Colonial)
    • 31. Hampi (Vijayanagar)
    • 32. Hyderabad (Indo-Islamic)
    • 33. Kanchipuram (Dravidian)
    • 34. Madurai (Dravidian)
    • 35. Pondicherry (French)
    • 36. Sun Temples, Konarak (Dravidian)
    • 37. Tanjore (Dravidian)
    • 38. Trivandrum (Dravidian)
    West
    • Ahmadabad (Modern)
    • 39. Ajanta & Ellora (Rock – Cut)
    • 40. Goa (Portugese)
    • 41. Jaipur (Indo-Islamic, Hindu)
    • 42. Mumbai (Art Deco, Colonial)
    • 43. Udaipur & Jaiselmer (Indo-Islamic, Hindu)
  • What have we learned?

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