Gateway of India Souvenir Miniature, Made of fiber/resin, golden colour, Size:13.50 x 6.50 x 9.00 cms (LXBXH). Good detailing & finishing. Collective Souvenir. The Gateway of India was designed by Scottish architect, George Wittet and the construction work was carried out by Gammon India Limited. The structure was built with yellow basalt stones. The perforated screens were brought from Gwalior. The structure is basically a Triumphal Arch, built predominantly in an Indo-Saracenic architectural style. This style of architecture was introduced by the British during their rule in India and it combines diverse elements of the Hindu and Muslim architecture with Gothic cusped arches, domes, spires, tracery, minarets and stained glass, in a uniquely playful style. It was a golden era in Mumbai's Architectural history.
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