Architecture

© Ikrma Bin Munawar

Architecture

JO ANN CLEVELAND March 19, 2016 1

Your work is outstanding, this certainly is!!! #1652427

Ikrma Bin Munawar March 19, 2016

thanks a lot Jo Ann Cleveland :-) #11448870

Usman M. Bajwa level-classic April 30, 2016

Wonderful details, Ikrma. Welcome to BP and good to see your first Win. Great Start here as I am sure there will be many more wins. #11468389

Mary K. Robison May 01, 2016

Such a well deserved Gold Winner! CONGRATULATIONS to you!
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Kevin OToole May 07, 2016

Nicely done, Ikrma. Tack sharp and a nice composition. #11471592

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The use of blue glaze is an imported technique, first developed by Mongol artisans who combined Chinese glazing technology with Persian decorative arts. This technique traveled east to India with early Turkic conquests in the 14th century. During its infancy, it was used to make tiles to decorate mosques, tombs and palaces in Central Asia. Later, following their conquests and arrival in India, the Mughals began using them in India. Gradually the blue glaze technique grew beyond an architectural accessory

Uploaded on March 19, 2016
Entered into contest on 2016-03-19 04:28:54

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