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INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN ARCHITECTURE
--- Invitation to Indian Architecture
--- Stone in Indian Architecture
--- Hindu Architecture
--- Play in Indian Architecture
--- Acromegalic Architecture
--- Architecture of Modern India
--- Encounters with Modernism

UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN INDIA
--- Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi
--- Buddhist Cave Temples at Ajanta
--- Cave Temples at Ellora
--- Hindu Cave Temples at Elephanta
--- Monuments at Mahabalipuram
--- Hindu and Jain Temples at Pattadakal
--- The Great Chola Temples of the Tamil Region
--- Hindu & Jain Temples at Khajuraho
--- Surya Mandir at Konarak
--- Queen's Stepwell (Ranki Vav) in Patan
--- Hindu City and Monuments at Hampi
--- Qutub Mosque and Minar in Delhi
--- Muslim City & Mosque in Champaner
--- Humayun's Tomb in Delhi
--- Agra Fort (Purana Qila) in Agra
--- Palaces and Friday Mosque in Fatehpur Sikri
--- Delhi fort (Red Frot) in Delhi
--- The Taj Mahal in Agra
--- Hill Forts of Rjput in Rajasthan
--- Churches and Convents in Goa
--- Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai

JAINA ARCHITECTURE IN INDIA
--- Ch. 1. The Delwara Temples at Mt. Abu
--- Ch. 2. Jaina Cave Temples at Ellora
--- Ch. 3. Jaina Architecture in Northern India
--- Ch. 4. Jaina Architecture in Southern India
--- Ch. 5. Jaina Temples Cities on the mountains
--- Ch. 6. The Adinatha Temple at Ranakpur
--- Ch. 7. Jaina Pilgrimage in Northern India
--- Ch. 8. Jaina Pilgrimage in Southern India
--- App. Kalpa Sutra, Jaina Manuscript

JAISALMER, A DESERT CITY IN WESTERN INDIA

WOODEN ARCHITECTURE IN INDIA
--- Ch. 1. Wooden Architecture in Ladakh
--- Ch. 2. Buddhist Monasteries in Ladakh
--- Ch. 3. Fusion of Stone and Wood
--- Ch. 4. Wooden Architecture in the Himalayas
--- Ch. 5. Temple Towers in the Himalayas
--- Ch. 6. Hindu Temples in Kerala
--- Ch. 7. Wooden Architecture in Kerala

WOODEN TEMPLES IN HIMACHAL PRADESH
--- Intr. Travel to the Himalayas ’98
--- Ch. 1. Durga Temle at Pangna
--- Ch. 2. Two Tower-Type Temples
--- Ch. 3. Pent Roof-Type in the North
--- Ch. 4. Buddhist Gompas and Villages
--- Ch. 5. Ribba Gompa and Chitkur Village
--- Ch. 6. Kothkhai Castle and New Temples
--- App. William Simpson and Himalaya

LYCIAN INFLUENCE TO INDIAN CAVE TEMPLES

JAMES FERGUSSON AND INDIAN ARCHITECTURE

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON INDIAN ARCHITECTURE
--- A. General Works
--- B. Indian Art and its History
--- C. Indian Architecture & its History
--- D. Ancient & Buddhist Architecture
--- E. Hinduism and its Architecture
--- F. Jainism and its Architecture
--- G. Islam and its Architecture
--- H. Rajput, Sikh and their Architecture
--- I. Colonial and Modern Architecture
--- J. Architecture in Northern India
--- K. Architecture in Eastern India
--- L. Archiecture in Western India
--- M. Architecture in Middle India
--- N. Architecture in Southern India
--- O. Guide Books and Reports
--- P. Mapas of India and Towns
--- Q. Travelogues
--- R. Other Writings

PROFILE OF TAKEO KAMIYA

DESIGN WORKS OF TAKEO KAMIYA
--- "Lilac House in Hiratsuka"
--- "A Town House in Yokohama"
--- "Cloisters House in Nagoya"
--- "Philosopher's House in Kawasaki"
--- ”Paradise Garden in Kisarazu"
--- "Shiokawa-ya Building in Yokohama"
--- "Coey Building in Tokyo"
--- "Morita Building in Tokyo"
--- "Hisago Corporation Tokyo Branch"
--- "Sansui Day Nursery in Tokyo"
--- "From First Building in Tokyo"

PUBLICATIONS BY TAKEO KAMIYA
--- "The Guide to the Architecture of the Indian Subcontinent"
--- "Indo Koji Annai (Sacred Architecture in India)"
--- "Indo no Kenchiku (The Architecture in India)"
--- "Hindu-kyo no Kenchiku (The Hindu Temple)"
--- "Islam Kenchiku (Architecture of Islam)"
--- "Islam no Kenchiku-Bunka (Architecture de L'Islam)"
--- "Rakuen no Design (Gardens of Paradise)"

DICTIONARY OF INDIAN ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE

ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE IN PAKISTAN

ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE IN MALI

ARCHITECTURE OF ARMENIA
   Vagharshapat
   Architecture of Northern Armenia
   Architecture of Western Armenia
   Architecture of Middle Armenia
   Architecture of Southern Armenia
   Architecture of Nagorno Karabagh
   Armenian Churches in Neiboring Countries
   Ani, the Capital of Medieval Amenia
   Books on Armenian Architecture


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