Mosque In Seven Sisters Tomb
Mosque in seven sisters (Sattein-Jo Aastan) tomb
Mihrab of a mosque in Rohri, late seventeenth century spandrel decoration.
Ornamental Kungra on a mosque of late seventeenth century, it seems to be a later day addition/alteration, Rohri.
Ornamental panel from a mosque in Rohri, the interesting floral motifs are highly ornate, derived from earlier folial patterns, late seventeenth century.
Adopted from earlier motifs, this became current from late seventeenth century onwards, from a mosque in Rohri.
Late seventeenth century ceramic designer has adopted stone carves designs, these appear in Rohri mosque.
On a gateway of residential Fortran.
The glazed bricks had almost bowed out, and the classical vine scrolls along with cones persisted in their limited role to adorn only the spandrels.
Some new geometric forms, derived out of the earlier practiced designs emerged, in simplified forms. The colors remained restricted to normal blue, turquoise and white.
New floral patterns were introduced, even at the cost of visual balance, that might be gained by continuous usage.