Islamic and Hindu Architectural Structures
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The paper examines the religious aspects of Hindu and Islamic architecture in the palace of Haram Al-Sharif and the Brihadisvara temple. The paper shows how by understanding the architecture of these buildings, the religious rituals and spiritual principles of those that lived within structures become apparent through mythology and belief systems. The paper discusses how these interlocking aspects of design and form are essential components of the religious principles of Islam and Hinduism that reside in these ancient and sacred buildings of once mighty civilizations.
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