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A Girl Carrying a Basket on her head Mughal dynasty early 18th

A Girl Carrying a Basket on her head Mughal dynasty early 18th


A Girl Carrying a Basket on her head- Mughal dynasty, early 18th century MOVEMENT

A Girl Carrying a Basket on her head early 18th century, India Mughal dynasty Ink, slight color, and gold on paper H: 13.2 W: 6.5 cm asia.si.edu, ...

A Girl Carrying a Basket on her head. early 18th century

Woman with a Flower. Mughal school, second half of the 17th century.

Female performer with a tanpura, post-Mughal, 18th century. Colour and gold on paper.

A Princess entertained by a dancer; attendants and musicians- Mughal dynasty, early 18th

Sultan Ibrahim ibn Adham of Balkh visited by angels- Mughal dynasty, early 18th century

Fortune-telling; a group of women on a terrace at night- Mughal dynasty

Melancholy Courtesan

The reception of Fazıl's works alternated between a great deal of popularity in the nineteenth century to being suppressed at various times.

A standing portrait of Muhammad Shah holding a bow and arrow, as well as a

Women Bathing in a Lake, 18th century, Mughal Dynasty

The Feast of Roses

Humayun the Merciful.

1590 Miskin Mughal dynasty Akbar(r. 1556 - 1605) Color and gold on paper H: 28.1 W: 15.6 cm India

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East torana of the Great Stupa at Sanchi, 1st century BCE.


Capture of the King of Delhi

Page from Tales of a Parrot (Tuti-nama): Seventh night: The

Lady flying a kite

A banquet including a roasted goose given to Babur by a Timurid mirza. Artist: Tiriyya (1507). British Library, Or. 3714, f. 260v (detail).

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Birds at BARAN,( possibly from the babur-nama late 16th century Mughal dynasty)

Remains: The rooftops of the Zafar Mahal in Delhi which would have housed emperor who

Painting of a woman carrying a bundle on her head

The night of Shab-i-barāt. Style of Govardhan, Mughal (Delhi) c.1735-40. noc

Tomb of Jahangir Lahore India late 19th or early 20th century Jahangir ruled the Mughal Empire

And Jahangir exactly acting like – Love struck looney! (*His actions according to my perceptions were beyond justification.)

A Princess and Demons before a Nobleman: A Leaf from a Poetical Romance Relating to

The Dancing Girl of Mohenjo Daro"

Artist(s) unknown, “Esrarkeş” or a dervish smoking a hookah, late 17th century with late 18th century additions; and “Tiryaki” or an addict indulging in ...

Woman with medallion. Y. G. Srimati. Madras, 1940s. Metropolitan Museum of Art,

BL_IO_Islamic_1255_f8r. The Prince of ...

Bust-Length Portrait of a Woman, late 17th–early 18th century - Stock

The Great Stupa at Sanchi, c. 273 BCE – 232 BCE (Mauryan Empire), enlarged c. 150 BCE – 50 BCE (Shunga Dynasty)

Artist(s) unknown, “Derviş Siyah Şamr-ı Kom” and “Şah-ı Nakşibendi-yi Buhari,” early to mid 18th century. Opaque watercolor on paper, 34 x 24 cm.

Virgin and Child with Anna the prophetess, Mughal school, c. 1605-10. British Library, Johnson Album 14,4. noc

Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Mountain Living in Autumn. 23⅝ x 17¾

Art: The Definitive Visual Guide: Amazon.co.uk: Andrew Graham Dixon, Ross King, Ian Chilvers: 9780241257104: Books

Reed arrows from an 18th century Mughal Dynasty archer.

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5a and 5b. Levni, Cellad-ı Sultan (or sultan's executioner) and Portrait of a woman outdoors with child, first half of 18th century.

Hindola Raga, c. 1790-1800. Northern India, Himachal Pradesh, Kangra

Lady at Her Toilet India, Kangra Early 19th century. Opaque watercolor with gold on paper

Northwestern India, Rajasthan, Rajput Kingdom of Bikaner. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper: miniature; 19.7 x 10 cm. Purchase and partial gift from the ...

From Stuart Cary Welch, Imperial Mughal Painting (New York: George Braziller, 1978), 102, pl. 31. Reprinted by permission of George Braziller, Inc.

Dagger white jade hilt in the form of a horses head inlaid rubies for eyes and

The Feast of Roses

Dagger, Mughal dynasty, late 17th century, watered steel blade, hilt of nephrite

English: East Asian Art Portrait of a Buddhist Monk Made in Korea Joseon Dynasty .

Chattrasal was the first warrior to take the baton of freedom from Shivaji to the north. The baton later ignited several anti-Mughal movements across India ...

Caste system in India. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Funerary stela of Ptaherhatef ...

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While highly revered in Europe, these artists remain largely unknown in the United States. Their works form a rare and valuable resource for exhibition and ...

Flower basket in the shape of a toy top

Dramatis Personae of the History and Exploration of the Greater Himalaya, Karakoram, Pamirs, Hindu-Kush, Tibet, the Indian Sub-Continent, Afghanistan, ...

The calligraphic text for the first ode 'Wanqiu', in Ma Hezhi (fl. c. 1131–1162), Illustrations to the Odes of Chen. Handscroll, ink and colour on silk.

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Juno on Her Chariot VIsiting a Young Woman and a Rivergod. Artist: Richard van

REX/Shutterstock/WME. A24 has begun production and will independently finance the first ...

Bundi Palace Painting From Rajasthan, India

Throne belonging to Maharaja Ranji Singh

Satavahana dynasty (c. 1st/3rd century BCE – c. 3rd century CE)[edit]



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A 'Guri' lacquer silver mounted cup, Qing dynasty, 18th Century

18th century. Gouache and gold on paper

A bisquit porcelain joss-stick holder in the shape of a pond with


Artist(s) unknown, “Sheikh Galib Dede,” late 17th-early 18th century. Opaque watercolor on paper, 34 x 24 cm. Bibliothèque national de France, Paris, ...

Chola bronze sculpture of Shiva as Nataraja, the Lord of Dance

Hanging Scroll, Ink and colors on paper. Asian Art Museum, Gift of the Jack Anderson Collection, 1994.119. Photo: © Asian Art Museum.

English: Qing Dynasty painting of Dong Xiaowan (董小宛), aka Qinglian, .

Mughal Empire Large Round Base for Water-pipe (Huqqa)

However these were not their only roles. If we trace the origins of Daikoku and Ebisu back through ancient legends, we learn that their existence itself is ...

The colorful festival bridges the social gap and renew sweet relationships. On this day, people hug and wish each other 'Happy Holi'.


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