Mughal Nobles

Collection by Abhik Kr.

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Nawab Khan Jahan Koka and Raja Man Singh of Kishangarh presenting the keys of Daulatabad fortress to Emperor Aurangzeb (a fragment), attributed to Bhavanidas, Kishangarh, circa 1720 Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Tanjore Painting, Indian Paintings, French History, Mughal Empire, India Art, Indian Artist
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Mughal Emperor Jahangir with Itimad al Daula both wearing patkas. Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, First Battle Of Panipat, King Of India, Mughal Architecture, Mughal Empire, India Art, Central Asia
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Jehangir and Itimad al Daula both wearing patkas

Asaf Khan IV (Grand Vizier of the Mughal Empire) with Shah Jahan and his three sons. Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Art Paintings, First Battle Of Panipat, Mughal Empire, Mystery Of History, Indian Artist, Drawing Techniques, British Museum
Mughal PaintingsFirst Battle Of PanipatMystery Of HistoryIndian Artist

Genealogy and family history

Family trees, biographies, portraits

Emperor Jahangir and his foster-brother Qutb ad-Din Khan Koka Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Sufi Saints, Ancient Indian Art, Asian Art Museum, Vintage India, Mughal Empire, India Art, Islamic Art
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Jahangir and Qutb ad-Din Khan Koka | Manohar | V&A Explore The Collections

Painting, Jahangir receiving Qutb ad-Din Khan Koka at Lahore, by Manohar, opaque watercolour on paper, Mughal, 1605-1627 (reign of Jahangir)

Mirza Ghazi Bayg Tarkhan was the Mughal Subahdar of Sindh and loyal to Emperor Akbar. Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Glossier Girl, Mughal Empire, Indian Textiles, Incredible India, Indian Art, Old Pictures
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Mirza Ghazi Bayg Tarkhan was the Mughal Subahdar of Sindh and loyal to Emperor Akbar.

Tansen Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Mughal Empire, African Culture, Arabian Nights, Old Art, Islamic Art, Design Crafts
Mughal PaintingsArabian Nights

Tansen

Emperor Akbar with musician Tansen before Tansen's guru Haridas. Mughal at Delhi, circa late century. Indian Music, Indian Art, Mughal Paintings, Mughal Empire, Islamic Art, Sketches, Fine Art, Antiques, Drawings
Indian MusicMughal PaintingsSketchesFine ArtAntiques

Indian miniature painting: Muharram procession. Emperor Akbar with musician Tansen before Tansen's guru Haridas. Mughal at Delhi, circa late 18th century

Emperor Akbar with musician Tansen before Tansen's guru Haridas. Mughal at Delhi, circa late 18th century.

Mahabat Khan, Mughal General Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Last Emperor, Mughal Empire, Central Asia, Ell, European Fashion, Persian
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Mahabat Khan, Mughal General

Raja Todar Mal, Finance Minister of Akbar Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Early Modern Period, Miniature Paintings, Mughal Empire, Penmanship, Arabian Nights, Illuminated Manuscript, North Africa
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Abul Fazl presenting the Akbarnama as far as his year to Akbar Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Turkic Languages, Semitic Languages, Golden Horde, Blue Green Eyes, Indian Language, Mughal Empire, Medieval Manuscript
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Abul Fazl presenting the Akbarnama as far as his 17th year to Akbar

 Inayat Khan, favored courtier to Mughal Emperor Jahangir, carrying the royal sword in lavish tapestries. So detailed you can even see the pictures on the trousers Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Indian Paintings, Renaissance, Mughal Architecture, Royal Indian, Indian Costumes, Cultura General
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Painting by Balachand | "Four Portraits: (upper left) A Raja (Perhaps Raja Sarang Rao), by Balchand; (upper right) 'Inayat Khan, by Daulat; (lower left) 'Abd al-Khaliq, probably by Balchand; (lower right) Jamal Khan Qaravul, by Murad", Folio from the Shah Jahan Album | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

ca. 1610-15. Inayat Khan, favored courtier to Mughal Emperor Jahangir, carrying the royal sword in lavish tapestries. By Daulat. India.

Zamana Beg better known as Mahabat Khan I. He briefly removed Jahangir from power via coup de tat and defeated Empress Noor Jahan in the Battle of Lahore. Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Indian Paintings, Mughal Empire, India Art, Arabic Art, Arabian Nights, Illuminated Manuscript, Incredible India
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Zamana Beg better known as Mahabat Khan I. Jahangir era. He briefly removed Jahangir from power via coup de tat and defeated Empress Noor Jahan in the Battle of Lahore.

Safdar Jang Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Miniature Paintings, Mughal Empire, Central Asia, Indian Art, Persian, Taj Mahal, Miniatures
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Safdar Jang

Raja Todar Mal, Finance Minister of Akbar Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Early Modern Period, Miniature Paintings, Mughal Empire, Penmanship, Arabian Nights, Illuminated Manuscript, North Africa
Mughal PaintingsEarly Modern PeriodPenmanshipArabian Nights

Raja Todar Mal?

Jafar Khan, the Grand vezier of Shah Jahan Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Last Emperor, Mughal Empire, Jafar, Persian, Carving, Portraits, Calligraphy

Jafar Khan, the Grand vezier of Shah Jahan

Burhan-ul-Mulk Sa'adat Khan I (R) and Khwaja Asim Khan Dauran VII (L) in 1739 seated on a terrace. Mughal Paintings, Mughal Empire, Persian, Vintage World Maps, Royalty, Textiles, Indian, History, Terrace

Burhan-ul-Mulk Sa'adat Khan I (R) and Khwaja Asim Khan Dauran VII (L) in 1739 seated on a terrace.