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B.ARCH. SEMESTER-I AR 107 HISTORY OF ARCH. Scheme of Teaching L T P Total Scheme of Examination (%) INTERNAL EXTERNAL Total Duration of Examination 3 Hrs. Objectives: Understanding of the period in terms of its context of location, climate as well as the socio cultural, historical, economic and political influences of the time. S.NO.CONTENTS 1Introduction & importance of History of Architecture 2 Primitive Beginnings: Stone Age to Neolithic settlements with examples from Carnac and Stonehenge. 3 Egyptian: Early tomb architecture and later temple architecture with examples like Great pyramids of Cheops. Mastabas, Funery temples and, later temples like Khons etc. 4 Mesopotamian: Cities of Mesopotamian like Ninveh. Khorsahbad, Babylon. and architectural construction like Ziggurat. 5 Indus Valley civilization: Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa. Methodology: Visually intensive lectures using power point presentations to acquaint students with historic sites and buildings. Site visits, seminar presentations and model making. Credit 2 UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE Suggested Readings: 1.Brown, Percy, Indian Architecture (Buddhist and Hindu Periods) 2.Burns, E. M., Ralph, P.L., Learner, R. E. & Meacham, S., World Civilizations-Their History and their culture 3.Fletcher, Banister Sir, History of Architecture 4.Grover, Satish, Buddhist and Hindu Architecture in India Guidelines for the Teachers: The study is to be linked with the social developments of civilizations, geographical and geological factors, materials and structures etc.
B.ARCH. SEMESTER-III AR 207 HISTORY OF ARCH. Scheme of Teaching L T P Total Scheme of Examination (%) INTERNAL EXTERNAL Total Duration of Examination 3 Hrs. Study of the building ‘ types ’ and the development of architectural form and character based on the developments in construction and technology. Objectives:- S.NO.CONTENTS 1 Sources of Islamic Architecture in India 2 The Delhi Imperial Style: Slave, Khalji, Tughlaq, Sayyid, &Lodhi Dynasties. 3 Provincial Architecture: Punjab, Bengal, Gujrat,, Mandu, Chanderi, Jaunpur & Ahmedabad 4 Forts & Tombs: Qutb Shahi Forts, Tombs of Golconda, Architecture of Vijay Nagar, Bijapur & Bidar 5 Mughal Architecture: Babur, Humayun,, Akbar, Jahangir and Shahjahan & Aurangzeb. Sher Shah’s mosque, Fatehpur Sikri & Taj Mahal 6 Architecture of Mughal to Modern Buildings: Lucknow, Agra, Varanasi, Jaipur, Udaipur, & Architecture in Victorian period Methodology: Credit 2 UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE Visually intensive lectures using power point presentations to acquaint students with historic sites and buildings. Site visits and seminar presentations and model making
Guidelines for the Teachers: The study is also to be linked with political, geographical factors, materials and structures etc. Suggested Books: 1.Grover, S., “The Architecture of India: Islamic”, Vikas Publishing House Parihar, S., “Some Aspects of Indo-Islamic Architecture”, Abhinav Publishers Brown, Percy, Indian Architecture (Islamic Periods) 4.Burns, E. M., Ralph, P.L., Learner, R. E. & Meacham, S., World Civilizations- Their History and their culture 5.Fletcher Banister Sir, History of Architecture 6.Maheshwari, Sanjeev & Garg, Rajeev, Ancient Indian Architecture (From Blossom to Boom) 7.Bhartiya kala Parkashan,Encyclopeadia of Indian Architecture ( islamic)- Vol IV