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A list of key readings about Taj Mahal.
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  • Asher, Catherine Ella Blanshard [2003]. The New Cambridge History of India, Vol I:4 - Architecture of Mughal India (Hardback, in English), First published 1992, reprinted 2001,2003. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 368. ISBN 0-521-26728-5. 
  • Begley, Wayne E.; Desai, Z.A. [1989]. Taj Mahal - The Illumined Tomb (Hardback, in English). University of Washington Press, 392. ISBN 978-0295969442. 
  • Begley, Wayne E.; Grabar, Oleg (Ed.). "Four Mughal Caravanserais Built during the Reigns of Jahangir and Shah Jahan" (in English). Muqarnas Volume I: An Annual on Islamic Art and Architecture.
  • Bernier, François [1891]. Travels in the Moghul Empire A.D. 1657-1668 (in English). Westminster: Archibald Constable & Co.. [1]. 
  • Chaghtai, Muhammad Abdullah [1938]. Le Tadj Mahal d'Agra (Inde). Histoire et description (in French). Brussels: Editions de la Connaissance. [2]. 
  • Copplestone, Trewin. (ed). [1963]. World architecture - An illustrated history (Hardback, in English). London: Hamlyn. ASIN B0000CNOL6. 
  • Harkness, Terence; Sinha, Amita (July 1, 2004). Places / Projects -- Taj Heritage Corridor: Intersections between History and Culture on the Yamuna Riverfront (English) (pdf). Vol. 16: No. 2, page 62-69. Places. Retrieved on 2007-02-13.
  • Kambo, Muhammad Salih [Vol I. 1923, Vol. II 1927]. Yazdani, Ghulam: Amal-i-Salih or Shah Jahan Namah. Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press. 
  • Koch, Ebba [Aug 2006]. The Complete Taj Mahal: And the Riverfront Gardens of Agra (Hardback, in English), First. Thames & Hudson Ltd, 288 pages. ISBN 0500342091. 
  • Lahauri, Abd al-Hamid [Vol I. 1867, Vol. II 1868]. Maulawis Kabir al-Din Ahmad and 'Abd al-Rahim under the superintendence of Major W.N. Lees: Badshah Namah. Calcutta: College Press. 
  • Latif, Syad Muhammad [1896] (April 2003). Agra: Historical and Descriptive - With an Account of Akbar and His Court and of the Modern City of Agra (in English). Asian Educational Services. ISBN 8120617096. 
  • Petruccioli, Attilio (ed.); Koch, Ebba (1997). The Mughal Waterfront Garden. In Gardens in the Time of the Great Muslim Empires: Theory and Design. E. J. Brill. Retrieved on 2007-02-13.
  • Qaisar, Ahsan Jan [April 1989]. Building Construction in Mughal India (Hardback, in English). Delhi: Oxford University Press, 83 pages. ISBN 019562260X. 

Further reading

  • Carroll, David [August 1975]. Taj Mahal (Hardback, in English). Newsweek, US, 172 pages. ISBN 0882250248. 
  • Gascoigne, Bamber; Gascoigne, Christina [November 1971]. The Great Moghuls. Harper Collins, 264 pages. ISBN 0060114673. 
  • Havel, E.B. (1913). Indian Architecture: Its Psychology, Structure and History, John Murray
  • Lall, John (1992). Taj Mahal, Tiger International Press
  • Rothfarb, Ed (1998). In the Land of the Taj Mahal, Henry Holt ISBN 0-8050-5299-2
  • Saksena, Banarsi Prasad History of Shahjahan of Dihli (Allahabad: The Indian Press Ltd.) 1932
  • Stall, B (1995). Agra and Fathepur Sikri, Millennium
  • Stierlin, Henri [editor] & Volwahsen, Andreas (1990). Architecture of the World: Islamic India, Taschen
  • Tillotson, G. H. R. [April 1990]. Mughal India (Architectural Guides for Travelers) (Paperback, in English). Chronicle books, 150 pages. ISBN 0877016860.