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मुगल चीज़ें

मुगल चीज़ें

मुगल चीज़ें

Zenana Women playing at cross dressing. Mandi, attributed to the Early Master at the Court of Mandi and/or his atelier, c.1650.

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Zenana Women playing at cross dressing. Mandi, attributed to the Early Master at the Court of Mandi and/or his atelier, c.1650.

to love many things

"The way to know life is to love many things." - Vincent van Gogh.

Pahari paintings from the Himalayan foothills, 17th and 18th Century paintings from North Western India

Devi on the lotus Illustration from the Tantric Devi Series Basohli or Nurpur, Punjab Hills, ca. 1660-70 In the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains of North West India there developed in the 17th and 18th centuries a distinctive and beautiful type of painting that came to be known as "Pahari", which means of the hills. There were a number of styles that evolved in the different areas of these foothills, usually named after specific towns or provinces, such as Kangra, Jammu, Nurpur, Chamba…

Lady listening to music, played by a woman on the rudra veena, Deccan,India,c.1680

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“Lady listening to music, played by a woman on the rudra veena, Deccan,India,c.1680 @DalrympleWill @WhiteMughalsFan”

Album de miniatures indiennes : scènes de genre, illustrations botaniques, scènes de la vie quotidienne, calligraphies] : [peinture]. Date d'édition : 1620-1750

Album de miniatures indiennes : scènes de genre, illustrations botaniques, scènes de la vie quotidienne, calligraphies] : [peinture]. Date d'édition : 1620-1750

A princess with attendants on a terrace (detail). Opaque watercolor with gold on paper, India, Hyderabad, Deccan, 1720-1730, Cleveland Museum of Art

A princess with attendants on a terrace

A princess with attendants on a terrace (detail). Opaque watercolor with gold on paper, India, Hyderabad, Deccan, 1720-1730, Cleveland Museum of Art

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History of Indian Fashion

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Two Ladies, a Cat, and a Parrot  India, 1750-1800  The British Museum

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Two Ladies, a Cat, and a Parrot India, 1750-1800 The British Museum

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“@Chemburstudio @dpanikkar @WhiteMughalsFan @ambrin_hayat @DalrympleWill @SmitaRays @JAJafri @zpr27 @PunjabiRooh @PunchTantrum @farida_art @Reenu1966 @HesperusThinks @Pushback_stream @hemantsarin @SupriyaJaan @shada_islam @abhiertigibbet @IAmSudhirMishra @atiyaparveen2 @karachiahab @AmberMDarr @AhmedSikeena @SupriyaUnniNair @OnlineMythIndia @hsssjedigital @AgentsofIshq @socdec @ImZeesh @bombaywalee @nistula @VaishaliNarkar @Ritiks @kunalrkapoor @DigvijaySJ @ArifArshad8 @ansari_shiza…

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“The Floral Note. Sawar, Rajasthan. 3rd Q, 17th C. Harvard-Fogg. @ambrin_hayat @DalrympleWill @Chemburstudio”

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Portrait of a Princess | The Art Institute of Chicago

Mughal, 17th/18th century

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“A portrait of Jahangir and Nur Jahan, Delhi, late 19th century. https://t.co/hjoU0J9B3Z”

Jahangir embracing Nur Jahan, Mughal miniature painting

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One part of the two fragments of ‘Krishna watching Radha’s toilet’, Pahari About first quarter 19th century. Influenced by Nainsukh family,

Indian Life and Landscape by Western Artists: Paintings and Drawings from the Victoria and Albert Museum, 17th to the early 20th century

Street scene in Lahore | Carpenter, William | V&A Search the Collections

Painting of a street scene in Lahore by William Carpenter, watercolour on paper, 1855-56. Museum Number IS.53-1882.

"Sarang Ragini". Probably Deccani, Golconda or Hyderbad, circa 1700. "A young maiden reaches up to grasp a branch of a sapling as her sakhi (confidante) plays a sarangi - a small stringed instrument.  Against a striking emerald-green background, their feet not quite touching the swath of landscape below." Per Sotheby's, unusual iconography for this ragini.

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"Sarang Ragini". Probably Deccani, Golconda or Hyderbad, circa 1700. "A young maiden reaches up to grasp a branch of a sapling as her sakhi (confidante) plays a sarangi - a small stringed instrument. Against a striking emerald-green background, their feet not quite touching the swath of landscape below." Per Sotheby's, unusual iconography for this ragini.

Unknown : Bibi Ferzana Indian c1675 Giclee Fine Art by Renfields

Indian Art : "Bibi Ferzana" (c. 1675) - Giclee Fine Art Print

"Bibi Ferzana," by Unknown (c. 1675) SIZES • 9" x 12" (Image: 6.5" x 10.5") • 12" x 16" (Image: 8.63" x 14") • 16" x 20" (Image: 10.5" x 17") • 20" x 30" (Image: 16" x 25.81") • 24" x 36" (Image: 19" x 30.75") Archival Inkjet on Matte Finish Fine Art Paper ABOUT THE ARTWORK Humayun, the second of the Mughal emperors, was exposed to Persian miniature painting while in exile at the Safavid court of Shah Tahmasp I. On his return to India, he brought two Persian artists with him; Abd al-Samad…

Mughal lady (Bibliothèque de Ambroise Firman-Didot)

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Mughal lady (Bibliothèque de Ambroise Firman-Didot)

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मुगल चीज़ें

मुगल चीज़ें

मुगल चीज़ें

Zenana Women playing at cross dressing. Mandi, attributed to the Early Master at the Court of Mandi and/or his atelier, c.1650.

Works

Zenana Women playing at cross dressing. Mandi, attributed to the Early Master at the Court of Mandi and/or his atelier, c.1650.

Girl with flowers, circa 1720-1750

to love many things

"The way to know life is to love many things." - Vincent van Gogh.

Pahari paintings from the Himalayan foothills, 17th and 18th Century paintings from North Western India

Devi on the lotus Illustration from the Tantric Devi Series Basohli or Nurpur, Punjab Hills, ca. 1660-70 In the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains of North West India there developed in the 17th and 18th centuries a distinctive and beautiful type of painting that came to be known as "Pahari", which means of the hills. There were a number of styles that evolved in the different areas of these foothills, usually named after specific towns or provinces, such as Kangra, Jammu, Nurpur, Chamba…

Lady listening to music, played by a woman on the rudra veena, Deccan,India,c.1680

zep on Twitter

“Lady listening to music, played by a woman on the rudra veena, Deccan,India,c.1680 @DalrympleWill @WhiteMughalsFan”

Album de miniatures indiennes : scènes de genre, illustrations botaniques, scènes de la vie quotidienne, calligraphies] : [peinture]. Date d'édition : 1620-1750

Album de miniatures indiennes : scènes de genre, illustrations botaniques, scènes de la vie quotidienne, calligraphies] : [peinture]. Date d'édition : 1620-1750

A princess with attendants on a terrace (detail). Opaque watercolor with gold on paper, India, Hyderabad, Deccan, 1720-1730, Cleveland Museum of Art

A princess with attendants on a terrace

A princess with attendants on a terrace (detail). Opaque watercolor with gold on paper, India, Hyderabad, Deccan, 1720-1730, Cleveland Museum of Art

History of Indian Fashion

History of Indian Fashion

Esamskriti: An online encyclopedia of Indian culture, Indian traditions, ancient India, education in India, history, Indian Travel, Indian leaders, festivals of India, languages, Ayurveda, & many more…

Two Ladies, a Cat, and a Parrot  India, 1750-1800  The British Museum

OMG that Artifact!

Two Ladies, a Cat, and a Parrot India, 1750-1800 The British Museum

𝓔𝓶𝓹𝓻𝓮𝓼𝓼 𝓐𝓾𝓻𝓸𝓻𝓪 𝓑𝓸𝓻𝓮𝓪𝓵𝓲𝓼 on Twitter

“@Chemburstudio @dpanikkar @WhiteMughalsFan @ambrin_hayat @DalrympleWill @SmitaRays @JAJafri @zpr27 @PunjabiRooh @PunchTantrum @farida_art @Reenu1966 @HesperusThinks @Pushback_stream @hemantsarin @SupriyaJaan @shada_islam @abhiertigibbet @IAmSudhirMishra @atiyaparveen2 @karachiahab @AmberMDarr @AhmedSikeena @SupriyaUnniNair @OnlineMythIndia @hsssjedigital @AgentsofIshq @socdec @ImZeesh @bombaywalee @nistula @VaishaliNarkar @Ritiks @kunalrkapoor @DigvijaySJ @ArifArshad8 @ansari_shiza…

Twitter

“The Floral Note. Sawar, Rajasthan. 3rd Q, 17th C. Harvard-Fogg. @ambrin_hayat @DalrympleWill @Chemburstudio”

Art - India

Portrait of a Princess | The Art Institute of Chicago

Mughal, 17th/18th century

Royal Mughals on Twitter

“A portrait of Jahangir and Nur Jahan, Delhi, late 19th century. https://t.co/hjoU0J9B3Z”