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Islamic Sculptures, Indian Sculpture
Islamic sculptures in India show the amalgamation of Persian and native Hindu styles.
 Sculpture of Jama Masjid, New DelhiThe Islamic sculptures in India evolved by following the idioms of both the Persian art and the ancient Hindu art and sculpture. In fact it was with the invasion of the Muslim and the emergence of Delhi Sultanates that the Islamic sculpture and architecture came into vogue. Today it has intermingled in such a way with the mainstream that the features are inseparable.

Yet the Islamic sculptures stand out with their intricate carvings and details. Foliage sculpture, animal and human motifs and calligraphy are important features of the Islamic sculptures. In fact the Indo Islamic sculptures are scattered everywhere in India and speak volumes about their popularity.

The Indian Islamic sculptures include the following:
Sculpture of Haji Ali Dargah, Mumbai Sculpture of Chirag-i-Delhi-Dargah, New Delhi Sculpture of Bibi Ka Maqbara
Sculpture of Jama Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Chauburji Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad
Sculpture of Atala Masjid, Jaunpur Sculpture of Dargah Qutub Sahib, New Delhi Sculpture of Kamar Ali Darvesh Dargah, Pune
Sculpture of Ajmer e Sharif, Ajmer Sculpture of Hauz-i-Shamsi, New Delhi Sculpture of Dargah of Sayeed Burhan-Ud-Din, Aurangabad
Sculpture of Jumma Masjid - Bijapur Sculpture of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, New Delhi Sculpture of Dargah of Baba Shah Muzaffar, Aurangabad
Sculpture of Dargah of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar, Panipat Sculpture of Idgah, New Delhi Sculpture of Thousand Light Mosque, Chennai
Sculpture of Kabuli Bagh Mosque or Babur’s Mosque, Panipat Sculpture of Jamali Kamali Mosque, New Delhi Sculpture of Big Mosque, Chennai
Sculpture of Lat-Ki Masjid, Hissar Sculpture of Kalu Saraj Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Nagore Dargah, Nagappattinam
Sculpture of Pathar Masjid, Kurukshetra Sculpture of Khirki Ki Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Moti Masjid, Agra
Sculpture of Solah Khamba Mosque, Bidar Sculpture of Madhi Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Jawab Masjid, Agra
Sculpture of Jama Masjid, Gulbarga Sculpture of Moth Ki Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Jami Masjid, Agra
Sculpture of Khwaza Bande Nawaz Dargah, Gulbarga Sculpture of Nilli Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Kanjiramattom Mosque, Kochi
Sculpture of Chote Hazrat Ki Dargah, Hyderabad Sculpture of Palam Mosque, New Delhi Sculpture of Jama-at Mosque, Malappuram
Sculpture of Deval Masjid, Nizamabad Sculpture of Quwwatu Islam Mosque, New Delhi Sculpture of Malik Deenar Mosque, Kasaragod
Sculpture of Jama Masjid, Hyderabad Sculpture of Sunehri Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Ottapalam Juma Masjid, Palakkad
Sculpture of Jumma Masjid, Kurnool Sculpture of Jumma Masjid, Ahmedabad Sculpture of Beemappalli, Thiruvananthapuram
Sculpture of Mecca Masjid, Hyderabad Sculpture of Siddi Sayed's Mosque, Ahmedabad Sculpture of Nakhoda Mosque, Kolkata
Sculpture of Pathar Ki Masjid, Patna Sculpture of Cheraman Juma Masjid, Thrissur Sculpture of Gulbarga Fort Mosque, Bijapur
Sculpture of Sher Shah Suri Masjid, Patna Sculpture of Muhammad Shah, Kochi Sculpture of Imambara at Hooghly, Kolkata
Sculpture of Abdu Nabi's Mosque, New Delhi Sculpture of Pazhayangadi Mosque, Malappuram Sculpture of Rauza Sharif, Sirhind, Patiala
Sculpture of BegamPuri Masjid, New Delhi Sculpture of Madayi Mosque, Kannur Sculpture of The Moorish Mosque, Kapurthala

(Last Updated on : 03/09/2013)
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