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Birgül Açikyildiz-Şengül
Published: 19 December 2016
Iran and the Caucasus, Volume 20, pp 369-383; doi:10.1163/1573384x-20160307

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Roslina Othman, Mohamad Fauzan Noordin, Ria Hari Gusmita, Zahidah Zulkifli, Tengku Mohd Tengku Sembok
2016 6th International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for The Muslim World (ICT4M); doi:10.1109/ict4m.2016.039

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Johannes Pahlitzsch
Published: 17 June 2017
Endowment Studies, Volume 1, pp 96-125; doi:10.1163/24685968-00100002

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M Shamsul Haque
Journal of Business and Technology (Dhaka), Volume 11; doi:10.3329/jbt.v11i1.34239

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Buildings & Landscapes: Journal of the Vernacular Architecture Forum, Volume 18, pp 123-124; doi:10.1353/bdl.2011.0027

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Naimatul Aufa
Journal of Islamic Architecture, Volume 1; doi:10.18860/jia.v1i2.1722

Abstract: These days, many researches on traditional
architecture
of
South Kalimantan focus merely on traditional settlements and houses. Particularly, the research on places
of
worship has been conducted in small numbers, and it is sometimes never publicized, especially in scientific magazine or
journal
. Meanwhile, the construction
of
some new mosques in South Kalimantan has no longer concerned the local
architecture
. This research alone aims to attain
architecture’s
entity as the place
of
worship for the people
of
South Kalimantan, especially for Banjarese Tribe as the majority in South Kalimantan. Traditional Banjarese Tribe is known as an
islamic
tribe. They used to be called Dayak Tribe since they had faith in traditional religions such as animism and dynamism. As Muslim people, they perform their prayers in a place
of
worship called mesigid (mosque). The research applies the method
of
case study. Based on the result
of
field and literature study, the
architecture
entity
of
Banjarese’s place
of
worship has some specific features that are different from other mosques in other regions. From the analyses, it can be concluded that the traditional mosques
of
South Kalimantan have three kinds
of
room, which are palataran, praying area, and mihrab (a chamber indicating the direction
of
Mecca). Palataran is the porch or the terrace surrounding the mosque, while the praying area and mihrab are rectangular. Traditional mosques in South Kalimantan have their own entity which is formed by the plan
of
praying area and mihrab, as well as their three layered-roof. The roof in these mosques has a sharp angle (60o) and an acute angle (20o). Furthermore, the overall entity
of
the mosque symbolizes hayat tree (Dayak Tribe), and the ornaments (pataka/patala) found on the roof top is a symbol
of
hornbill. Both symbols are the symbols
of
identity and mythology
of
Dayak Tribe.
Atm Shamsuzzoha, Hamidul
Islam
Journal of the Bangladesh Association of Young Researchers, Volume 1; doi:10.3329/jbayr.v1i1.6841

Abstract: The corrected PDF for this article was loaded on 10/02/2011.Muslim
architecture
has been initiated from the very beginning
of
Islamic
heritage which is started by the mosque, introduced by Prophet Muhammad (Sm.). From the early age
of
Islam
, Muslim
architecture
has been developed from the foot point
of
mosque. Gradually by the expansion
of
Islam
it was circulated in various countries
of
the world. Later stage, mosque
architecture
has been introduced into India at the very beginning
of
13th century. Mosque
architecture
in medieval time exposes clearly its sacred identity but in secular
architecture
, the ideas are not spiritually motivated in cosmic sense. Certainly structural idea, materials and its functionality played a vital role in that era and beyond. Functionality, aesthetic use
of
materials and technique with effective manner are depending on assimilated technologies. Besides these, integrated process
of
standard materials, skilled labor, innovative idea and socio-economic as well as geographical factors are important for building any magnificent
architecture
. Mughal mosques
of
Dhaka are the unique example
of
architecture
where the ideas and used materials have been effectively amalgamated in the medieval context
of
Bengal. The present study is an attempt to analyze the structure, structural decoration and use
of
materials
of
medieval Mughal Mosques
of
Dhaka. The study will also cover exclusively interior and exterior structure and design
of
the mosques. The focus
of
the study is to demonstrate the effective use
of
available materials, for representing own belief and cultural exclusivity to the
architecture
.Keywords: Structure; decoration; materials; medieval Dhaka; Mughal Mosque; Muslim
architecture
DOI: 10.3329/jbayr.v1i1.6841
Journal
of
Bangladesh Association
of
Young Researchers Vol.1(1) 2011 pp.93-107
Conrad Thake
Published: 14 November 2016
Muqarnas Online, Volume 33, pp 221-251; doi:10.1163/22118993_03301p009

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Никита Храпунов
Ab Imperio, Volume 2008, pp 514-528; doi:10.1353/imp.2008.0143

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