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R. Nath
1933,  Male ,  Indian ,  Retired

Professor R. Nath (b. 1933), M.A., Ph.D., D. Litt, taught History at Agra College and University of Rajasthan Jaipur, from where he retired as Professor & Head of Department of History & Indian Culture. For almost half a century, he has been studying Indian historical architecture, chiefly Mughal Architecture, on which subject he has authored 55 books, 15 monographs and 179 research-papers, including the multi-volume series: History of Mughal Architecture. With his knowledge of Sanskrit and Persian, he writes authoritatively. His is, essentially, a study of the Land, the People and the Culture.

 

1. Colour Decoration in Mughal Architecture 1970

2. The Immortal Taj Mahal (Out of Print) 1972

3. Madhyakaleen Bharatiya Kalayen evam Unka Vikas 1973

4. History of Decorative Art in Mughal Architecture 1976

5. Some Aspects of Mughal Architecture 1976

6. Agra & Its Monumental Glory 1976

7. History of Sultanate Architecture 1978

8. Monuments of Delhi : A Historical Study 1979 (out of print),  2nd updated edition  published  (The Heritage Agra/Ajmer 2010)

9. The Art of Chanderi 1979

10. Calligraphic Art in Mughal Architecture 1979

11. Islamic Architecture & Culture in India 1982

12. The Taj Mahal and Its Incarnation 1985 (out of print): 2nd edition to be published

13. Historiographical Study of Indo-Muslim Architecture (HRD Jaipur, 1989; 2nd edition  HRD Jaipur, 1991)

14. Architecture & Site of the Baburi Masjid of Ayodhya (A Historical Critique) (HRD Jaipur, 1991) (out of print)

15. ISLAM IN INDIA : Predicaments of the Indian Musalman (A Historical Critique) : ms. ready, to be published

16. Private Life of the Mughals of India (1526-1803 A.D.) (HRD Jaipur, 1994: 2nd edition the Heritage Agra, 1997) (3rd updated edition with 17 figures, 17 b&w and 8 colour plates published by Rupa New Delhi, 2005; reprinted : 7th impression)
17. Mosque Architecture (From Medina to Hindustan) (622-1654 A.D.) (HRD Jaipur, 1994) : 2nd edition with full illustrations to be published
18. Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture (MD New Delhi, 1995)
19. Medieval Indian History and Architecture (Historical Questions and Controversies) (APH New Delhi, 1995)
20. Art & Architecture of the Taj Mahal (HRD Agra, 1996) (out of Print)
21. Mughal Sculpture (1526-1707 A.D.) (Study of Stone Sculptures of Birds, Beasts, Mythical Animals, Human Beings and Deities in Mughal Architecture) (APH New Delhi,1997) (out of print): ms. of 2nd revised, enlarged and updated edition ready, to be published.
22. Agra and Its Monuments (The Heritage Agra, 1997)
23. Fatehpur Sikri and its Monuments (The Heritage Agra, 1999)
24. Indigenous Characteristics of Mughal Architecture (D.K. Printworld New Delhi 2004)
25. Mughal Inlay Art (D.K. Printworld New Delhi 2004)
26. Kala-Darpana (Historical Essays) (Hindi) (Parimal Delhi, 2004)
27. A Sketch of Aurangzeb ‘Alamgir (based on his own histories) (1658-1707 A.D.) ms. ready, to be published
28. Glories of Medieval Indian Architecture (BR New Delhi 2010)
29. Babur and His Monuments (1483-1530 A.D.) : ms. ready, to be published
30. Mysteries and Marvels of Mughal Architecture (Gurgaon 2010)

31. Panorama of Mughal Architecture : ms. ready, to be published
32. As Stones Speak : Monuments of Agra and Fatehpur Sikri (as described on their Cultural Notice Boards) : ms. ready, to be published
33. Stone Ceilings of Mughal Architecture : ms. ready, to be published
34. Arch and Arch-Forms in Mughal Architecture : ms. ready, to be published
35. VIVIDHA: Highlights of Mughal History,Historiography, Epigraphy, Art & Architecture: ready for publication
36. MUGHAL EPIGRAPHY: Meaning and Purpose of Arabic (Quranic) and Persian Inscriptions in Mughal Architecture (Fatehpur Sikri, Agra and Shahjehanabad) (c.1562-1654 A.D)
37. The Taj Mahal (History and Architecture): (The Heritage Agra 2010) (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
38. Fatehpur Sikri (History and Architecture): ms. ready, to be published (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
39. Agra Fort and its Monuments : ms. ready, to be published (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
40. Akbar’s Mausoleum at Sikandara Agra (1605-12 A.D). to be published
41. Tomb of I’timad-ud Daulah Agra (1622-28 A.D). to be published
42. Red Fort Delhi : to be published
43. The Taj Mahal, Endangered: ready for publication
44. Mughal Jali Art: ready for publication

(D) GLOSSARY AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES ON MEDIEVAL INDIAN ART & ARCHITECTURE

45. Indra-Dhanusa : An Annotated Bibliography of Indian Painting (Through the Ages) (HRD Jaipur, 1982) (out of print)
46. Jharokha : An Illustrated Glossary of Indo-Muslim Architecture (HRD Jaipur, 1986)
47. Tawarikh : An Annotated Bibliography of the Sources of Medieval Indian History and Historiography (c. 1000-1707 A.D.) (Persian Histories and Travel Accounts) : ms. ready, to be published
48. Samiksa : Art-Historical Reviews and Rejoinders : ms. ready, to be published
49. Athar’al-Hind: An Annotated Bibliography of Indo-Muslim Architecture : Site-wise entries from ASI Publications, Epigraphic Data, Travel Accounts, Painting, Silpa-texts, Gazetteers and Modern critical works, with six indices: under preparation
50. The Art of Khajuraho (Study of Devangana-Mithuna Sculptures of the Hindu Temple with reference to Silpa-texts) (Abhinav New Delhi, 1980)

51. Antiquities of Chittorgadh (HRD Jaipur, 1984)

52. Elements of Indian Art and Architecture (with a Bibliography on Silpa-texts) (HRD Jaipur 1986)

53. Jaina Kirtti-Stambha of Chittorgadh (The Form and the Idea) (c. 1300 A.D.) (HRD Jaipur, 1994).

54. Chittorgadh Kirtti-Stambha of Maharana Kumbha (The Idea and the Form) (1440-60 A.D.) (Abhinav New Delhi, 1999)

55. Temples and Erotic Art of Khajuraho (Rupa New Delhi, 2003)

56. Archaeology of Rajasthan (Archaeological Survey Reports of the Rajputana Museum Ajmer, 1909-1940) : ms. ready, to be published

57. Rajasthan Architecture (c. 6th to 19th century A.D.) (Study of the Kirttistambhas, Temples, Water-Structures, Chhatris and Palaces-Havelis of Rajasthan, with a detailed Introduction): ms.    ready to be published

58. Ajmer and its Monuments ( from the earliest times to 1658 A.D. )

59. Tomar Architecture of the Gwalior Fort ( c.1400 – 1526 A.D. )

60. Ideals of Indian Womanhood (as described in Sanskrit Texts and depicted in  Sculptures)

61. History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. I 1982

62. History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. II 1985

63. History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. III 1994

64 Vol. IV : The Age of Architectural Aestheticism (Shah Jehan, 1628-58 A.D.)

Part-II (Abhinav New Delhi, in press) : scheduled to be published in 2015-16.

65. Vol. V : Taj Mahal: The Complete Book : ms. covering 935 typed pages, with 713 b&w and 80 colour plates, 140 figures (drawings) and 40 pages of Persian text ready, to be published : deals with the Taj Mahal comprehensively in all details with an introduction to Tomb-making in ancient and medieval ages; the origin of its idea; its site and land;  its lay-out, plan and design; its garden and water-devices; its architecture and ornamentation; its constructional modes and proportionate measurements; its inscriptions; its subsidiary buildings; the Mahtab-Bagh as integral part of its design; its material, costs and builders; its structure and stresses, and damage from river-pollution; its controversies; its aesthetics ; and, finally, a tribute to its Art.

66. Historiographical Study of Indo-Muslim Architecture 1989

67. Architecture & Site of the Baburi Masjid of Ayodhya 1991

68. Mosque Architecture 1994

69. Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture

70. Medieval Indian History & Architecture 1995

71. Ajmer and Its Monuments

72. Indologica Jaipurensia, Vol. I 1987

73. Indologica Jaipurensia, Vol. II 1995

1. Art & Architecture of the Brick Temple of Bhitargaon, Marg, XXII, March 1969.
2. Taj: Dream in Marble, Marg, XXII, June 1969.
3. Landscape Architecture & Gardening of the Mughals, Marg, XXVI, December 1972.
4. Rajasthan-ka-Mandir-Sthapatya, Sanskritik Rajasthan, Part-I, 1982.
5. Glimpses of Muslim Architecture of India, “An Age of Splendour: Islamic Art in India”, Marg, 1983.
6. Sources & Determinants of the Architecture of Fatehpur Sikri, “Fatehpur Sikri”, Marg, 1987.
7. Sunnati-Samskriti: Sanskrit Text on (Muslim) Circumcision in: “Medieval Indian History & Architecture”, 1995.
8. Sri-Govinda-Devaji’s Itinerary (From Vrindaban to Jaipur, c. 1534 to 1727 AD) in: “Govinda Deva: A Dialogue in Stone”, 1996.
9. A Survey of the Study of Indo-Muslim Architecture in: The Puratattava, No. 25, 1994-95.
10. Medieval Indian Architecture: (Indo-Muslim Architecture) (1192-1803 AD), Cultural Heritage of India, Vol. VII.

11. Islam and Islamic Iconoclasm in India, The History Today, No. 4, 2003.
12. Medieval Christian Tombs at Agra, Indica, IV.1, March 1967.
13. Plan of Akbar’s Tomb at Sikandara – (Agra) and a Proposed Dome over it, Indica, IV.2, September 1967.
14. Tomb of Firuz Khan at Agra, Quarterly Review of Historical Studies, VII.3, 1967-68.
15. Genesis of the Diwan-i-Khass of Fatehpur Sikri, Indica, V.1, March 1968.
16. Hessing’s Tomb at Agra: A Taj in Miniature (1803), Indica, VI.1, March 1969.
17. Augustine of Bordeaux and His Relations with the Mughal Court (1612-32), QRHS, VIII.3, 1968-69.
18. Taj: A Dream in Marble, Marg, XXII.3, June 1969.
19. Inlay Specimens at Akbar’s Tomb Sikandara (Agra), Lalit-Kala, No. 14, 1969.
20. Glazed-tile Decoration and the Chini-ka-Rauda (Agra), Medieval India: A Miscellany, Vol. I, 1969.
21. Minaret versus the Dhvaja-Stambha, Indica, VII.1, March 1970.
22. Incised Painting in Mughal Architecture, QRHS, IX.3, 1969-70.
23. Mughal Hammam and the Institution of Ghusl-Khanah, Islamic Culture, XLIV.2, April 1970.
24. Mysteries of Phansighar at Agra Fort, Journal of Indian History, Vol. XLVIII, Part III, No. 144, 1970.
25. Depiction of Fabulous Animals (Gaja-Vyala) at the Delhi-Gate of Agra Fort, Medieval India: A Miscellany, Vol. 2, 1972.
26. Agra: In Historical Limelight, Journal of Historical Research, Ranchi University, XIII.2, January 1971.
27. Rehant versus the Persian Wheel, Journal of the Asiatic Society, Calcutta, XII.1-4, 1970.
28. Mausoleum of mariam-Zamani at Sikandara (Agra), QRHS, X.2, 1970-71.
29. The Moti-Masjid of the Red Fort Delhi, Indica, VIII.1, March 1971.
30. Glass-Mosaic Decoration and the Shish-Mahal of Agra Fort, Islamic Culture, XLV.1, January 1971.
31. Bagh-Gul-i-Afshan of Babur at Agra, Indo-Iranica, XXIII.3, September 1970.
32. Account of a Typical Mughal Step-Well (Baoli) and a Well-House (Kupagara), Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, IX.1, March 1971.
33. The Personality of Akbar as revealed in the Inscriptions at Fatehpur Sikri and Agra, Indo-Iranica, XXV.3-4, 1972.
34. Mayura-Mandapa of Akbar in the Agra Fort, VIJ, XI, 1973.
35. Depiction of Animate Motifs at the Tomb of I-timad-ud-Daulah at Agra, Islamic Culture, XLVII.4, October 1973.
36. The Diwan-i-Khass of Fatehpur Sikri: A Symbol of Akbar’s Belief in Surya-Purusha, QRHS, XII.4, 1972-73.
37. Curved-Roof and Bent-Cornice Style of the Mughals, Medieval India: A Miscellany, Vol. 3, 1975.
38. Depiction of a Tantric Symbol in Mughal Architecture, Journal of Indian Society of Oriental Art, Calcutta, Vol. VII, 1975-76.
39. Chauburj: The Tomb of Babur at Agra (c. 1530), Islamic Culture, XLVIII.3, July 1974.
40. Wave Motif in Ancient Indian Art, JISOA, Vol. VI, 1974-75.
41. Symbolic Motifs in Mughal Architecture, Itihas, II.1, January-June 1974.
42. Mughal Concept of Sovereignty in the Inscriptions at Fatehpur Sikri, Agra and Delhi (1570-1654AD), Indica, XI.2, September 1974.
43. Spriti of the Usage of Animate Motifs in Mughal Art, History of Decorative Art in Mughal Architecture, 1976.
44. A Study of the Geometricals in Mughal Architecture, Studies in Islam, XVIII.1, January 1981.
45. Concept of Beauty in Mughal Architecture (with special reference to the Aesthetics of the Taj Mahal), Jijnasa, II.2, April 1975.
46. Jami Masjid of Muhammad bin Tughluq at Jahanpanah Delhi (so-called Begumpuri Masjid) (1343), Indo-Iranica, Vol. 29, 1976.
47. The Sharqi Mosques of Jaunpur (1376-1478), Itihas, IV.2, July-December 1976.
48. Caturangana (Four-Quartered) Mosques of Delhi (1370-75), Itihas, III.2, July-December, 1975.
49. In Search of the Tomb of Muhammad Ghori, Indica, XII.2.
50. The Sur Tombs of Sasaram (1540-50), Indo-Iranica, Vol. XXVIII, 1975.
51. Pancamukhi Mosques of the Afghan Period, Islamic Culture, L.1, January 1976.
52. On Identification of the Sher-Mandal of the Old Fort Delhi, Studies in Islam, XVII.3, July 1980.
53. Qala-i-Kuhna Masjid of Din-Panah Citadel at Delhi, History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. I.
54. The Qutab Minar of Delhi and its Symbolism (1200-1215), Islamic Culture, XLIX.1, January 1975.
55. Flat Ceiling in Mughal Architecture, History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. II.
56. Arabesque in Mughal Architecture, Quarterly Journal of the Mythic Society, Vol. 79, 1-2, January-June 1978.
57. The Stone-Cutters Mosque at Fatehpur Sikri, Lalit Kala, No. 16, 1974.
58. Chhatri Rani Hada at Agra, VIJ, XIV.1, March 1976.
59. Invasion of the Taj Mahal, QRHS, XIV.2, 1974-75.
60. The Tomb of Muhammad bin Tughluq at Tughlaqabad Delhi (c. 1351), Indo-Iranica, XXVI.2-3, June-September 1973.
61. A Study of the Man-Mandir of Gwalior, History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. I.
62. The Tomb of Sheikh Muhammad Ghauth at Gwalior, Studies in Islam, XV.1, January 1978.
63. Impact of Early British Rule on Indian Society and the Myth of Indian Renaissance, Udbodhan, VIII.1-2, January-April 1978.
64. Indian Art vis-a-vis the Iconographic Prescriptions (with reference to the Depiction of Bhu-Varaha Incarnation), Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Vols. 58-59, 1977-78.
65. ‘Harmonious Proportions of the Taj Mahal’: A Rejoinder, VIJ, XIV.2, September 1976.
66. Imperial Firmans related to the Construction of the Taj Mahal: A Study in Positive Documentation, Medieval India: A Miscellany, Vol. 4, 1977.
67. On the Authenticity of the Allopanishad (The Upanishad of Allah), Journal of Oriental Institute, XXVI.3, March 1977.
68. Notice on the Indian Vastu-Texts on the Construction of Mosque (Rehamana-Prasada), VIJ, XV.2, September 1977.
69. Chanderi and Its Medieval Monuments, Art of Chanderi, 1979.
70. An Introduction to the Study of Masons-Marks in Medieval Monuments of India (with reference to Fatehpur Sikri, 1560-85 AD), Jijnasa, II.3-4, May-December, 1981.
70. On Sovereignty of Raja Man Singh Tomar of Gwalior (1486-1516 AD), Journal of Oriental Institute, XXVIII.1, September 1978.
71. A Study of Muslim Inscriptions in the Fort of Gwalior, Islamic Architecture & Culture in India, 1982.
72. Humayun’s Din-Panah, Old Fort Delhi, Journal of the Asiatic Society, XXII.3-4, 1980.
73. Lahara-Vallari in Indian Art (with special reference to the Telingani Temple of Gwalior), Indian Museum Bulletin, X.2, July 1975.
74. Study of the Kushk-Mahal of Chanderi, Journal of Indian Society of Oriental Art, No. VIII, 1978.
75. The Gateway of Chanderi (1411-90), Indo-Iranica, XXX.3-4, September-December 1977.
76. An Interpretative History of the Battle of Haldighati (1576 AD), Udbodhan, VII.1, January 1977.
77. Notice on Firuz Shah’s Reference to ‘Chhaparkhat’ in the Futuhat-i-Firuzshahi, Journal of the Asiatic Society, XXI.3-4, 1979.
78. Scrutiny of the Persian Date related to the Builders of the Taj Mahal, Indo-Iranica, XXXII.1-2, March-June 1979.
79. The Chaurasi Khambha of the Gwalior Fort, VIJ, XVI.1, March 1978.
80. Notice on an Important Reference to Erotic Depiction in the 15th century Hindi Work: Chhitai-Charit, Shodh-Patrika, XXVIII.2, April-June 1977.
81. Raison-d’etre of Mithuna Depiction on the Hindu Temple (based on a Study of Sanskrit Texts), New Delhi, Nos. 4-6, 1983.
82. On the Ladheri-Gate of Gwalior, Indian Museum Bulletin, Calcutta, XIII, 1978.
83. Indian Facet of Sufism, Udbodhan, VII.3, October 1977.
84. Genesis of Amir Khusrau’s Eulogy of Outbuddin Mubarak Shah Khalji, Indica, XV.1, March 1978.
85. The Jam’at-Khanah Masjid at Nizamuddin Delhi, Studies in Islam, XV.3, July 1979.
86. Hindola-Paur and the Gujari Mahal Complex of Gwalior Fort, VIJ, XVII, 1979.
87. Stylistic Study of the Trimukhi Mosques of Delhi (1530-70 AD), Indica, XVI.2, September 1979.
88. Institution of Supurdgah in Medieval India (1206-1648 AD), Indica, Vol. 27, No. 1, March 1990.
89. Amir Khusrau’s Experiment in Nationalism, Indo-Iranica, XXXI.1-2, March-June 1978.
90. Concept of Nationalism in Medieval India, Udbodhan, VIII.3, October 1978.
91. A Study of Sanskrit Texts on the Inter-Relationship of Performing and Plastic Arts (with reference to the Devanganas of Khajuraho), Quarterly Journal of the National Centre for the Performing Arts, VIII.2, June 1979.
92. The Making of ‘Loyal patriots’ (A Case Study from Macaulay to Gandhi) (An Analytical History of St. John’s College Agra), Udbodhan, Part-I in IX.2, April 1979.
93. Reassessment of Tod and His Annals, Udbodhan, Part-Iin X.3, October, 1980.
94. Gaumukha Tirthasthala of Chittorgadh, Antiquities of Chittorgadh, Vol. I, 1984.
95. On the Muslim Monuments of Chittorgadh, Antiquities of Chittorgadh, Vol. I, 1984.
96. On the Identification of the Sun Temple of Gwalior Fort, Manisha (Gwalior-Darsana), Vol. I, 1980.
97. On Identification of the ‘Kumbhaswamin-Alava’ of the Kirttistambha-Prasasti (Chittorgadh), Antiquities of Chittorgadh, Vol. I, 1984.
98. Padma-Kunda of the Rang-Mahal Red Fort Delhi, Elements of Indian Art & Architecture, 1986.
99. Note on the Individuality of the Jaina Art (With reference to the Parsvanatha Jaina Temple of Khajuraho), Elements of Indian Art & Architecture, 1986.
100. Rock-Cut Pratihara Temple of the Gwalior Fort, VIJ, XIX, 1981.
101. Ubha-Diwala of nagari (Chittorgadh), Antiquities of Chittorgadh, Vol. I, 1984.
102. On the Philosophy and Efficacy of Historical Review, Indologica-Jaipurensia, Vol. I, 1987.
103. Unique Brick Temple of Chittorgadh, Antiquity of Chittorgadh, Vol. I, 1984.
104. On the Samadhisvara Temple of Chittorgadh, Antiquity of Chittorgadh, Vol. I, 1984.
105. On the Study of Indo-Muslim Architecture, Indica, XXII.1, March 1985.
106. Rajasthan-ka-Mandir-Sthapatya (Hindi) (Temple Architecture of Rajasthan), Samskritik Rajasthan, Part-I, 1982.
107. Kya-Tajmahal-Rajput-Mahal-Tha? (Hindi) (Was the Taj Mahal A Rajput Palace?), Vigat: Annual Number of the Department of History & Indian Culture, University of Rajasthan, 1981.
108. Formalisation of the Formless in Indian Art (Ajmer and Chittorgadh), Elements of Indian Art & Architecture, 1986.
109. Some Pratihara Panels at Chittorgadh, Antiquities of Chittorgadh, Vol. I, 1984.
110. Glimpses of Indo-Muslim Architecture, An Age of Splendour: Islamic Art in India, Marg, 1983.
111. Architecture of Fatehpur Sikri: Forms, Sources and Determinants, Fatehpur Sikri Marg Publications, 1987.
112. Persian Inscription of the Upper Gallery of Akbar’s Tomb Sikandara Agra: Contents & Raison d’etr, Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, XXXIV.4, October 1986.
113. Babur’s Jal-Mahal at Fatehpur Sikri, Studies in Islam, July-Oct. 1981.
114. Panch-Mahal of Fatehpur Sikri: Architectural Derivation & Raison d’etre, Architecture of FPS, 1988.
115. Hiran-Minar of Fatehpur Sikri: Meaning & Usage, Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, XXXVI.3, July 1988.
116. ‘Khaprel’ Roof and ‘Chhappar’ Ceiling: A Folk Element in Mughal Architecture (fatehpur Sikri, 1572-1585 AD), Archives of Asian Art, Vol. XL, 1987.
117. ‘Tibara’ and ‘Duchhatti’ Feature in Mughal Architecture (Agra Fort & Fatehpur Sikri), Indian Museum Bulletin, XXI, 1986.
118. Badaoni’s Concept of History, Indica, XXIV.1, March 1987.
119. Unidentified Tomb at Fatehpur Sikri (so-called Todarmal’s Barahdari): A Landmark in Sepulchral Architecture, Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan, XXIII.4, October 1986.
120. Sanskrit Texts on Jali (Jalaka), Adyar Library Bulletin, Vol. 50, 1986.
121. On the Theory of Indo-Muslim Architecture, Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
122. Sunnati-Samskriti: Sanskrit Text on (Muslim) Circumcision, Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
123. ‘Ladao’ Ceiling in Mughal Architecture, Indologica-Jaipurensia, Vol. I, 1987.
124. Calligraphic Art in Mughal Architecture: Historiographical Study, VIJ, XXII, 1984.
125. Formative Process of Akbar’s Architectural Style at Fatehpur Sikri (1565-1605) (On Dissemination and Assimilation of Style: Centre & Periphery), Architecture of Fatehpur Sikri, Jaipur 1988.
126. Dado-Ornamentation in Mughal Architecture, Medieval History & Architecture, 1995.
127. The So-called Bharmal’s Chhatri at Amer (Jaipur), Indologica-Jaipurensia, Vol. I, 1987.
128. The Misnomer ‘Jodhbai’ (or Jodhabai): Was She An Amer Princess? Indologica-Jaipurensia, Vol. I, 1987.
129. The Land of the Taj Mahal: The Legacy of Amer? Indologica-Jaipurensia, Vol. I, 1987.
130. Anomalies of the Raja-Prasasti of Rajasamand, Indologica-Jaipurensia, Vol. I, 1987.
131. ‘Chaukhandi’ in Mughal Architecture, Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
132. Were the Sons and Grand-Sons of Jehangir Circumcised? Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
133. Mughal Institution of ‘Jharokha’ (c. 1506-1707), Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
134. On Rajput Princesses married to the Mughals (Akbar & Jehangir (1556-1627 AD), Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
135. Mughal Firmans on the Land of the Taj Mahal, Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
136. Mughal Institution of ‘Khwajasara’, Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
137. ‘Resemblance’ As A Source of Mughal Architecture, Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
138. The Taj: A Mausoleum, Seminar, No. 364, 1989.
139. Ceilings of the Govind Devji Temple Vrindaban (1576-90) (A Preliminary Appraisal), Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture, 1995.
140. genesis of Rana Pratap’s Conflict with Akbar, Indologica-Jaipurensia, Vol. II, 1996.
141. A Contemporary Description of Man-Mandir Gwalior (c. 1500 AD) and Some Basic Architectural terms of the Jamuna-Chambal Region, Medieval Indian History & Architecture, 1995.
142. Sang-i-Laranza: The Secret of Shivering Minars of Ahmedabad, Studies in Medieval Architecture, 1995.
143. A Prelude to the Study of Mughal Paintings As A Source of Contemporary Architecture (with special reference to the Painting: ‘Emperor Jehangir at the Jharokha Window’ by Abu’l Hasan Nadir’uiz-Zaman) (c. 1620), Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, Vol. XLIII, Part-IV, October 1995.
144. Identification of Jehangir’s Buildings in the Fort of Mandu (1617 AD), Indica, XXIX.2, 1992.
145. Meaning & Purpose of the Vastu-Purusha-Mandala of Indian Architecture, Indica, Vol. 30, No. 1-2, 1993.
146. Ceilings of Akbar’s Palace in Agra Fort (c. 1565), Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture, 1995.
147. On Akbari Painting: As A Source of Contemporary Architecture (Prelude to the Study of Architectural Prototypes), Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture, 1995.
148. The ‘Jaisinghpura’ of Sawai Raja Jaisingh Kachhwaha (1699-1743 AD) at Ayodhya, Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture, 1995.
149. The Epigraphic Data of Ram-Janmasthan Babri Masjid at Ayodhya, Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture, 1995.
150. A Note on the Validity of Medieval Legacy, Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture, 1995.
151. A Note on the Secret WILL of Babur (1529 AD), Studies in Medieval Indian Architecture, 1995.
152. A Survey of the Study of Indo-Muslim Architecture, Puratattva, No. 25, 1994-95.
153. ‘Shah Jahan-Namah of Inayat Khan’ (Review Article), VIJ, Vol. XXIX, June-Dec. 1991.
154. ‘Architecture of Mughal India’: (Review Article), Indian Museum Bulletin, Vol. XXXII, 1997.
155. ‘The taj Mahal: The Illumined Tomb’ (Review Article), Indologica-Brajensia, Vol. III, 2002.
156. Historiographical Study of the Architectural Design of the Tombs of Sasaram (c. 1540-55 AD), Glories of Medieval Indian Architecture.
157. Nur Jehan’s Riverine – Sarai at Agra, Professor A.P. Mathur Felicitation Volume III, 1995.
158. Iranian Kashikari & The Picture Wall of the Lahore Fort (1612-20 AD), Indo-Iranica, Vol. 48, 1995.
159. Flora and Fauna in Mughal Architecture, Marg, Vol. 50, No. 3, March 1999.
160. Govinda-Deva: A Dialogue in Stone: Review Article, Indologica-Brajensia, Vol. III, 2002.
161. Nava-Grha (Nine-House) Plan of the Mughal Buildings (1526-1648 AD), Indica, Vol. 38, Nos. 1-2, March-September 2001.
162. Development of ‘Guldasta’ Bas-Relief in Mughal Architecture, History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. IV, Part-2.
163. Meaning and Purpose of ‘Minar’ in the Qutab Shahi and Mughal Architecture (with special reference to the Char Minar of Hyderabad), Salar Jung Museum Bi-Annual Research Journal, Vol. XXXIII-XXXIV, 1996-97.
164. ‘Bangladar’ Feature in Mughal Architecture, History of Mughal Arcitecture, Vol. IV, Part-2.
165. Depiction of ‘Gaja-Torana’ in Mughal Architecture, History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. Iv, Part-2.
166. Shah Jehan’s Palace Complex at Bari (Rajasthan), History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. IV, Part-1.
167. Shah Jehan’s Palace Complex at Ana Sagar Ajmer (Rajasthan), History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. IV, Part-1.
168. Tomb of I’timad-Khan Khwajasara, Itmadpur (Agra) (c. 1570 AD), Journal of The Royal Asiatic Society, London.
169. Two Extinct Imperial Mughal Mosques of Delhi (Akbarabadi and Sirhindi) (c. 1650 AD), Indica, Vol. 40, No. 1, 2003.
170. On the Identification of Akbar’s ‘Ibadat-Khanah at Fatehpur Sikri, Indica, Vol. 39, No. 1, 2002.
171. Elephant Sculptures of Delhi-Gate, Red Fort Delhi (Throught the Ages), History of Mughal Architecture, Vol. IV, Part-1

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