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In 1632 mughql Emperor shah jahan ordered to capture a port of hoogli bengal.. and vanish the Portuguese...

In 1632 mughql Emperor shah jahan ordered to capture a port of hoogli bengal.. and vanish the Portuguese...

Emperor Aurangzeb at the Siege of Golconda, 1687

Emperor Aurangzeb at the Siege of Golconda, 1687

A'zam Khan captures Fort Dharur (January 1631)

A'zam Khan captures Fort Dharur (January 1631)

Jahangir presents Prince Khurram with turban ornament (12 October 1617)

Jahangir presents Prince Khurram with turban ornament (12 October 1617)

Jahangir investing a courtier with a robe of honour watched by Sir Thomas Roe and others

Jahangir investing a courtier with a robe of honour watched by Sir Thomas Roe and others

Akbarnama  an unidentified episode in 1567 on the bank of the river Ganges in north-east India, preceding the defeat of the rebel general Khan Zaman by the Mughal army. by Kanha  & Nanha  V&A

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Akbarnama an unidentified episode in 1567 on the bank of the river Ganges in north-east India, preceding the defeat of the rebel general Khan Zaman by the Mughal army. by Kanha & Nanha V&A

AN ILLUSTRATED PAGE FROM A MUGHAL MANUSCRIPT OF BAL’AMI’S HISTORY OF TABARI, INDIA, MUGHAL, CIRCA 1590 Gouache with gold on paper, depicting armed and mounted soldiers within a walled garden, a soldier being captured outside the walls, ruled in colours and gold, laid down on an album page with blue inner borders, set within dark grey outer borders painting: 31.1 by 16.8cm. leaf: 45.4 by 34.6cm.

AN ILLUSTRATED PAGE FROM A MUGHAL MANUSCRIPT OF BAL’AMI’S HISTORY OF TABARI, INDIA, MUGHAL, CIRCA 1590 Gouache with gold on paper, depicting armed and mounted soldiers within a walled garden, a soldier being captured outside the walls, ruled in colours and gold, laid down on an album page with blue inner borders, set within dark grey outer borders painting: 31.1 by 16.8cm. leaf: 45.4 by 34.6cm.

The Emperor Bahadur Shah I enthroned, attributable to Bhavanidas, Mughal, circa 1707 | lot | Sotheby's

The Emperor Bahadur Shah I enthroned, attributable to Bhavanidas, Mughal, circa 1707 | lot | Sotheby's

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