Bengal School of Art, Malwa School of Art, Jaunpur school of Art & Bijapur School of Art for Tripura PSC

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Bengal School of Art

Image of Adina mosque

Image of Adina Mosque

  • Brick was used

  • Use of mortar, lime plaster was very less

  • Use of black marble

  • Focus was not on decoration or strength but Focus was on construction of massive buildings

  • Ie.Kadamrasul mosque, Gor

  • Adina mosque, Pandua

Malwa School of Art

Image of Malwa School of Art

Image of Malwa School of Art

  • Absence of minars in mosques

  • European influence can be found here

  • Imaginative use of water in pools and fountains

  • Use of arch along with pillar and beam

  • Well-proportioned staircase

  • Ie-jahaaz mahal at mandap, Rani Rupmati pavallion

Jaunpur School of Art

Image of le-babri masjid Atala mosque

Image of Le-Babri Masjid Atala Mosque

  • Developed by sharqui dynasty

  • Absence of minar suggests Persian influence

  • Bold and forceful character

  • Ie-Babri masjid,atala mosque

Bijapur School of Art

Image of Gol Gumbaj maqbara

Image of Gol Gumbaj Maqbara

  • Adil shahi rulers

  • 3 arch method instead of single arch

  • Bulbus dome unique feature

  • Gol Gumbaj Largest dome of the world

  • Minar graceful, tall and slender

  • Use of cornice(chhajja)

  • Important feature treatment of ceiling without any apperant support slab of stones are bounded by iron clamps and mortar

  • Gol Gumbaj is the maqbara of Muhammad Adil shah.

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