Jali (or Jaali) describes a perforated, lattice-style screen, creating criss-cross patterns rendered by generations of skilled workers, with materials like stone, wood and metal strips or any other building material. Historians suggest that the jaali was an import of the eponymous Empire (1526-1761) and later seen as a part of Indo-Islamic architecture. Read the post to get to know everything about this aesthetic and climate-friendly architectural element- The Jali.
We are bound with the imposing beauty of Indian architecture and one of its striking feature is "Jharokha". These are Bay Window projecting from upper stories of historical monuments of medieval era particularly in Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya pradesh. Jharokhas are used extensively in Rajasthani forts, Havelis and Temple architecture