عنوان مقاله [English]
Funerary architecture in Pre-Mughal India offers numerous examples of forms and settings, including gardens. The concepts of these burials are probably connected with the habit of ziyarat or visiting the tombs, i.e. those of saint patrons such as the Chishti’s, but also of ancient kings. From early 13th to mid 16th century, the evolution of landscape and architecture followed a contrasted line, both in scale and setting. The goal of this paper is to highlight a few hints on the anthropology and architecture of funerary landscape in the Delhi sultanate.
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