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Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State:Faridkot

Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State:Faridkot

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Published by Aryan Books International, New Delhi in New Delhi, India .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
PaginationXXVII, 290
Number of Pages292
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24388619M
ISBN 10978-81-7305-386-3

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Sikhs (/ s iː k / or / s ɪ k /; Punjabi: ਸਿੱਖ, sikkh,) are people associated with Sikhism, a monotheistic religion that originated in the 15th century in the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent, based on the revelation of Guru Nanak. The term Sikh has its origin in the word śiṣya (शिष्य), meaning 'disciple' or 'student'. According to Article I of the Sikh Rehat. The books on architecture of Indian sub-continent take up just a few monuments from Lahore or Multan, and that is all. Land Transport in Mughal India: Agra-Lahore Mughal Highway and its Architectural Remains (Delhi, ); Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State: Faridkot (Delhi, ), and more than four dozens of research papers published.

The Sikh Regiment is an infantry regiment of the Indian Army that recruits from the Sikh community. It is the most decorated regiment of the Indian Army and in , the 1st battalion was the Commonwealth's most decorated battalion with pre-independence and 82 post-independence gallantry awards, when it was transformed into the 4th battalion, Mechanised Infantry Regiment. Faridkot royal inheritance battle ends with hope to save crumbling heritage Chandigarh, June 5: The descendants of the last ruler of Faridkot, Maharaja Harinder Singh Brar, who left behind riches.


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Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State:Faridkot Download PDF EPUB FB2

These chapters are followed by an epilogue, an appendix, a glossary and a bibliography. The text is illustrated with 9 maps, drawings, 35 colour and monochrome plates. The book thus tries to capture the architectural heritage of Faridkot in all its rich : Subhash Parihar.

The book thus tries to capture the architectural heritage of Faridkot in its entire rich splendor. It will prove to be an invaluable asset not only to the academicians, architects and libraries but also to the lay reader.

About The Author. Subhas Parihar was born on 12 August at Kot Kapura, East Punjab where he still lives. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxvii, pages, 96 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations (some color), maps ; 28 Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State:Faridkot book.

ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF A SIKH STATE: FARIDKOT by Subhash Parihar ISBN ISBN Hardcover; New Delhi, India: Aryan Books, ; ISBN. Faridkot Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State Faridkot: Architectural Heritage of a Sikh Subhash Parihar. Pp. xxviii++9 maps+ drawings+35 colour+ monochrome plates; size 22cm x 28 cm.

Aryan Books International, New Delhi. This section covers three sections on Sikh architecture – gurdwaras, defensive and memorial structures, and urban and social the architecture of a people represents their story through their built environment, each of these sections shows how the buildings discussed therein collectively represent Sikhs and Sikhi over the last few centuries.

LAHORE: A book on Sikh architectural heritage titled, Architecture of Sikh Shrines and Gurdwaras in Pakistan, by Samia Karamat was launched at Adabi Baithak, Alhamra Art Centre, The Mall on Monday.

Symposium on] Islamic Architectural Heritage of Pakistan, South Asia and Central Asia (Conservation and Revitalization)(Organised in Lahore from February ), edited by Ahmad Nabi Khan, Karachi: Department of Archeology and Museums,pp.

“Representing a style of architecture that flourished during the second half of the nineteenth and first half of the 20th century in the Sikh states of Punjab, the rulers of Faridkot state had. Subhash Parihar has published seven books on the subject in English, including • Islamic Architecture of Punjab (); • Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State: Faridkot ().

The erstwhile Faridkot state represents a style of architecture that flourished during the 19th century in the states of Punjab, writes art historian Subhash Parihar in his book, Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State: Faridkot.

The book also reveals the mixture of different expressions of various faiths of the Indian sub-continent on Sikh architecture. For example, A Ganesh Chakar inlay of black color on the wall of Gurdwara Sahib Daftuh (pp. ) has been noticed by the vigilant explorer while compiling this book.

His book— Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State: Faridkot — is under publication. He has also edited and annotated CM Villiers-Stuart’s pioneer work on Mughal gardens — Gardens of the. The erstwhile Faridkot state represents a style of architecture that flourished during the 19th century in the states of Punjab, writes art historian Subhash Parihar in his book, Architectural.

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of Architecture (4) Architectural heritage of a Sikh state Faridkot by Parihar, Subhash Publication. The raja's most probable source could have been standard books on architectural design as was the case in the rest of British India. His interest in books is well known, and he himself was a writer.

Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State: Faridkot (Delhi, ), and more than two score of research papers published in international journals. Sikh Total population 25 million Regions with significant populations. B0y Vishal GulatiChandigarh, June 5 (IANS) The descendants of the last ruler of Faridkot, Maharaja Harinder Singh Brar, who left behind riches estimated to be worth multi-billion that comprise Faridkot House in Delhi’s upscale Copernicus Marg, will now inherit them with the Punjab and Haryana High Court settling a nearly year old dispute in favour [ ].

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About The Book. From Lal Kot to Lal Qila, the journey of Delhi is indeed a long one, spanning many centuries; and through which, one witnesses he emergence and abandonment of seve.Sikh Architecture in Punjab. New Delhi: Intellectual Publishing House, Behal, Sarbjot Singh.

“Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Contribution to Sikh Architectural Heritage: The Environs of Rambagh, Amritsar.” In The Rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh: Nature and Relevance, edited by S.

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