The Islamic Garden

    Nazia Ansari

    Faculty of Landscape Studies

    The Islamic Garden

    This seminar is a compilation of works of many scholars who have very keenly studied the Islamic design principles. The study would never have been possible without the help of all the works, papers, publications and discussions in the form of Symposiums, conducted by various celebrated scholars over the world. I would like to extend my humble thanks to all those authors whose work has been included in my endeavour to understand the garden philosophy working under the force of Islamic thinking. The thinking that evolved over a set of reasons directing the way of life guided by Islam and the physical and social factors.

    Full Time: The Garden Islamic

    47 p.

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