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Mausoleum [of Laddibu Bibi in the Makbara, Junagadh]

Mausoleum [of Laddibu Bibi in the Makbara, Junagadh]

Photographer: Nelson, F.

Medium: Photographic print

Date: 1895

Shelfmark: Photo 2/6(23)

Item number: 2623

Length: 24.8

Width: 29.95

Scale: Centimetres

Genre: Photograph

Photograph of Laddibu Bibi’s tomb at Junagadh in Gujarat, taken by the travelling commercial photographer F. Nelson in the 1890s from the Lee-Warner Collection: 'Photographs of Junagadh'. From the early 18th century Junagadh was ruled by the Muslim Babi dynasty, established in c.1735 by Sher Khan Babi. Their tombs, known as maqbaras, are situated in enclosures within the city walls in two groups dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. They are some of the most extraordinary and fantastical buildings in Gujarat. This is a view of one of the tombs. The building has cusped arches below a cornice crowned with clusters of onion domes and small minarets, and is covered with a profusion of carved ornamentation.

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