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Muḥammad Ḥusaym Mīrzā, a relative of Babur, in spite of his treachery, is being released and send to Khurāsān, from Illuminated manuscript Baburnama (Memoirs of Babur), Walters Art Museum Ms. | by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts

Illustration from Akbarnama depicts a stage in the construction of the new royal city of Fathpur ('City of Victory', and later known as Fathpur Sikri) in 1571, by Tulsi, Mughal Empire, 1586-1589

Illustration from Akbarnama depicts a stage in the construction of the new royal city of Fathpur ('City of Victory', and later known as Fathpur Sikri) in 1571, by Tulsi, Mughal Empire, 1586-1589

Probably designed by Kesu Kalan (active ca. 1570–1604), Painted by Miskin (active late 1570s–ca. 1604). Krishna and the Golden City of Dwarka from the Harivamsha (Geneology of Vishnu). Opaque watercolor, ink and gold on paper, Mughal School, ca. 1585

Probably designed by Kesu Kalan (active ca. 1570–1604), Painted by Miskin (active late 1570s–ca. 1604). Krishna and the Golden City of Dwarka from the Harivamsha (Geneology of Vishnu). Opaque watercolor, ink and gold on paper, Mughal School, ca. 1585

This painting by Kesav Kalan and Jagjivan is an illustration to the Akbarnama, and is the left side of a double page composition (the right half is IS.2:110-1896). It depicts the rejoicings at Akbar's return to Fatehpur Sikri following his victory in the Gujarat.  The Akbarnama (Book of Akbar) was commissioned by the emperor as the official chronicle of his reign. It was written by his court historian and biographer Abu'l Fazl between 1590 and 1596

This painting by Kesav Kalan and Jagjivan is an illustration to the Akbarnama, and is the left side of a double page composition (the right half is IS.2:110-1896). It depicts the rejoicings at Akbar's return to Fatehpur Sikri following his victory in the Gujarat. The Akbarnama (Book of Akbar) was commissioned by the emperor as the official chronicle of his reign. It was written by his court historian and biographer Abu'l Fazl between 1590 and 1596

This painting from the Baburnama, or history of Babur, is the right half of a double-page composition (the left-hand page is Museum no. IM.2...

This painting from the Baburnama, or history of Babur, is the right half of a double-page composition (the left-hand page is Museum no. IM.2...

Akbarnama a battle scene -bullocks drag cannons uphill during the siege of Ranthambhor Fort, Rajasthan. Akbar set out from Agra in December, 1568, pausing to visit sacred places in Delhi and the tomb of his father, Humayun. The campaign began in February 1569 and was won by the end of March when Surjan Hara, submitted. by Miskina & Paras ca. 1586 - ca. 1589 V&A

Akbarnama a battle scene -bullocks drag cannons uphill during the siege of Ranthambhor Fort, Rajasthan. Akbar set out from Agra in December, 1568, pausing to visit sacred places in Delhi and the tomb of his father, Humayun. The campaign began in February 1569 and was won by the end of March when Surjan Hara, submitted. by Miskina & Paras ca. 1586 - ca. 1589 V&A

Radha and Krishna Caught in a Storm, 1615-20 | Cleveland Museum of Art

Radha and Krishna Caught in a Storm, 1615-20 | Cleveland Museum of Art

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