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The Gol Gumbaz, Bijapur (colour litho)

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The Gol Gumbaz, Bijapur (colour litho)

2810616 The Gol Gumbaz, Bijapur (colour litho) by Murray, Alexander Henry Hallam (1854-1934); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Gol Gumbaz, Bijapur. Illustration for The High-Road of Empire by A H Hallam Murray (John Murray, 1905).); © Look and Learn

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This vibrant colour lithograph captures the magnificent Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur, India. The iconic dome of this architectural marvel dominates the skyline, showcasing the grandeur and beauty of Indian culture. The Gol Gumbaz is a testament to the rich history and craftsmanship of this ancient land. Built during the reign of Mohammed Adil Shah in the 17th century, it stands as a symbol of his power and opulence. Its intricate design and imposing size leave visitors awestruck. In this print by Alexander Henry Hallam Murray, every detail is brought to life with vivid colours that transport you straight into the heart of India. The warm hues evoke a sense of enchantment, inviting viewers to explore its hidden wonders. As we gaze upon this image, we can almost hear echoes from centuries past reverberating through its halls. It's easy to imagine how this majestic structure has witnessed countless stories unfold within its walls. Murray's illustration was originally featured in "The High-Road of Empire" a book that sought to capture the essence and allure of India for readers around the world. This print serves as a timeless reminder of India's rich cultural heritage and invites us to delve deeper into its captivating history. Whether you have personally experienced Gol Gumbaz or dreamt about visiting one day, this stunning print allows you to bring home a piece of Indian splendor that will forever captivate your imagination.

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