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Indian drawing century a Rajasthani court scene, pencil and opaque watercolor on paper, possibly depicting Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur and his court in a garden Mughal Paintings, Tanjore Painting, Indian Art Paintings, Vintage Paintings, Shiva Art, Krishna Art, Hindu Art, Outline Drawings, Art Drawings

One Indian miniature and one drawing 19th century

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AN ALBUM PAGE: DARA SHIKOH IN CHILDHOOD , WITH LATER ATTRIBUTION TO LA’L CHAND, MUGHAL INDIA, LAST QUARTER 17TH CENTURY, THE CALLIGRAPHY SIGNED HIDAYATULLAH ZAKIM QALAM, DATED AH 1114/1703-04 AD

WITH LATER ATTRIBUTION TO LA’L CHAND, MUGHAL INDIA, LAST QUARTER 17TH CENTURY, THE CALLIGRAPHY SIGNED HIDAYATULLAH ZAKIM QALAM, DATED AH 1114/1703-04 AD

AN ALBUM PAGE: DARA SHIKOH IN CHILDHOOD | WITH LATER ATTRIBUTION TO LA’L CHAND, MUGHAL INDIA, LAST QUARTER 17TH CENTURY, THE CALLIGRAPHY SIGNED HIDAYATULLAH ZAKIM QALAM, DATED AH 1114/1703-04 AD | 17th Century, Paintings | Christie's Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Islamic Paintings, Indian Paintings, Dara Shikoh, Rajasthani Art, Calligraphy Signs, Surrealism Painting, Indian Artist

AN ALBUM PAGE: DARA SHIKOH IN CHILDHOOD , WITH LATER ATTRIBUTION TO LA’L CHAND, MUGHAL INDIA, LAST QUARTER 17TH CENTURY, THE CALLIGRAPHY SIGNED HIDAYATULLAH ZAKIM QALAM, DATED AH 1114/1703-04 AD

WITH LATER ATTRIBUTION TO LA’L CHAND, MUGHAL INDIA, LAST QUARTER 17TH CENTURY, THE CALLIGRAPHY SIGNED HIDAYATULLAH ZAKIM QALAM, DATED AH 1114/1703-04 AD

 circa 1820 India, Kangra or Guler. The Nitya Devis are a group of - Nitya Devis. circa 1820 India, Kangra or Guler. The Nitya Devis are a group of 15 tantric goddesses - Indian Goddess, Durga Goddess, Southeast Asian Arts, Hindu Art, Indian Paintings, Gods And Goddesses, Religious Art, Indian Art, Om Namah Shivaya

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Nitya Devis. circa 1820 India, Kangra or Guler. The Nitya Devis are a group of 15 tantric goddesses representing the complete lunar cycle of the moon. The word Nitya means perennial and together this group of Goddesses represent the Kalachakra or Wheel of Time which revolves constantly like the moon. Worshipping these Goddesses and their attendant shaktis enables the practitioner to connect with their divine energy and combat and dispel various negative forces

1800 - 10 Kangra School  - Svadhinapatika is the heroine whose lover is fully devoted to her ... She exudes confidence at seeing the completely subdued and docile Krishna. .. Radha’s companion reminds her: “And you, only a mean little cow-girl, have your feet cleaned by him and he, the Lord of the Universe, is constantly clinging to you like your shadow.... He takes care of your pettiest affairs, and protects you like betel-leaves kept in the basket ... " Mughal Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Indian Art Paintings, Abstract Paintings, Oil Paintings, Indian Traditional Paintings, Traditional Art, India Painting, Painting Art

Svadhinapatika Nayika

Himachal Pradesh, India Circa 1800 - 10 Kangra School Size: 7 1/4 X 5 in. Opaque watercolors and gold on paper As described by Keshavdas in the Rasikapriya, Svadhinapatika is the heroine whose lover is fully devoted to her, subjugated by his intense love for her, a perpetual companion. Randhawa has suggested that in Kangra paintings Svadhinapatika is usually painted with Radha seated on a chowki, while Krishna cleanses and paints her feet. She exudes confidence at seeing the completely…

The waiting heroine passing her time while playing on sitar and with her companion on dholak, Pratapgarh in Mewar Area, Rajasthan, late century. c/o Daljeet Kaur. Mughal Paintings, Indian Paintings, Indian Traditional Paintings, Indiana, History Of India, African Art, Art And Architecture, Art World, Folk Art

The waiting heroine passing her time while playing on sitar and with her companion on dholak, Pratapgarh in Mewar Area, Rajasthan, late 18th century. c/o Daljeet Kaur.