About haveli
A haveli is a traditional townhouse, mansion, manor house, in the Indian subcontinent, usually one with historical and architectural significance, and located in a town or city. The word haveli is derived from Arabic hawali, meaning "partition" or "private space", popularised under the Mughal Empire, and was devoid of any architectural affiliations. Later, the word haveli came to be used as a generic term for various styles of regional mansions, manor houses, townhouse found in the Indian subcontinent.

Haveli

black and white concrete building under white sky during daytime
black and white concrete building under white sky during daytime
man and girl wearing traditional apparels
man and girl wearing traditional apparels
green grass field near gray concrete bridge under white clouds and blue sky during daytime
green grass field near gray concrete bridge under white clouds and blue sky during daytime
man in white dress shirt sitting on rock by the sea during daytime
man in white dress shirt sitting on rock by the sea during daytime
red wooden door on white concrete wall
red wooden door on white concrete wall
a building with balconies and balconies
a building with balconies and balconies
blue wooden window frame on yellow concrete wall
blue wooden window frame on yellow concrete wall