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Tombs of the Nawabs of Kalyani

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dc.coverage.spatial Site: Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh, India) en_US
dc.coverage.temporal creation date: 1621 en_US
dc.creator Unknown en_US 1621 en_US 2008-12-16T19:40:43Z 2008-12-16T19:40:43Z 1621 en_US
dc.identifier 126070 en_US
dc.identifier.uri en_US
dc.description Located near Talab Mir Jumla is a Shiite cemetery dating from 1621 during the Qutb Shahi era. There are numerous inscriptions carved on the graves in Thulth characters representing fine examples of Arabic and Persian calligraphy, usually on polished black basalt. Among the famous buried here include Mir Mumin Astarabadi, the Qutb Shahi nobleman, Nimat Khan-i Aali, the Mughal satirist, Mir Alam, Siraj al-Mulk, three generations of the Salar Jang family; the most recent significant person to be buried was Prince Muazzam Jah, who died in 1987. en_US
dc.description interior, tombstone, 2008 en_US
dc.format.medium stone en_US
dc.relation.ispartof 130612 en_US
dc.rights (c) Sanjeeva Kumar en_US
dc.subject Cemeteries en_US
dc.subject Tombs en_US
dc.subject Noblemen en_US
dc.subject Complexes en_US
dc.subject Islamic cities and towns en_US
dc.subject Architecture, Islamic --India en_US
dc.subject Sepulchral monuments en_US
dc.subject Hyderabad (India) en_US
dc.subject Qutb Shahi dynasty en_US
dc.subject Tombstones en_US
dc.title Tombs of the Nawabs of Kalyani en_US
dc.type Image en_US
dc.rights.access All rights reserved en_US
vra.culturalContext Indian (South Asian) en_US
vra.culturalContext Islamic en_US
vra.technique construction en_US
vra.worktype Cemetery en_US
vra.worktype Tomb en_US
vra.worktype Complex en_US
dc.contributor.display Indian (South Asian), Islamic en_US

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