About the author (from wikipedia):
James Fergusson FRS (1808 – 1886) was a Scottish architectural historian, mainly remembered for his interest in Indian historical architecture and antiquities. He was an important figure in the 19th century rediscovery of ancient India. He was originally a businessman, and though not formally trained as an architect, designed some buildings and decorative schemes.
About the book:
A hugely important work on Indian architecture that was instrumental in introducing ancient Indian architecture to the West, previously little understood.
XIV-XVIII List of Illustrations
47-206 Book I: Buddhist Architecture
207-278 Book II: Jaina Architecture
279-318 Book III: Architecture in the Himalayas
319-385 Book IV: Dravidian Style
386-405 Book V: Chalukyan Style
406-488 Book VI: Northern or Indo-Aryan Style
489-610 Book VII: Indian Saracenic Architecture
611-684 Book VIII: Further India
685-710 Book IX: China