The Emperor Bahadur Shah II Enthroned  India, Delhi, Mughal, 18th century

The Emperor Bahadur Shah II Enthroned India, Delhi, Mughal, 18th century

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Ancestral portrait of an Mughal Emperor, possibly Babur Shah. 18-19th C. India

Ancestral portrait of an Mughal Emperor, possibly Babur Shah. 18-19th C. India

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Nawab Kazim Ali Khan & his Begum - It's basically a farshi gharara with so much gher that it drags on the floor for several feet...so much so that you basically have to fold the fabric ...

Nawab Kazim Ali Khan & his Begum - It's basically a farshi gharara with so much gher that it drags on the floor for several feet...so much so that you basically have to fold the fabric ...

A Portrait of Bahadur Shah and his Court, India, Delhi, Circa 1820 | lot | Sotheby's

A Portrait of Bahadur Shah and his Court, India, Delhi, Circa 1820 | lot | Sotheby's

Portrait of Princess Rafat Zamani Begum, c. 1960. Portrait of Princess Rafat Zamani Begum of Rampur (1907-1987), wife of Nawab Raza Ali Khan, taken by the famous Kinsey Brothers studio of Delhi. She wears an embroidered sari with a diamond tiara and ornate neckpiece, in European fashion. The begum traveled to Europe in the 1930s and returned with a modern outlook, including her rejection of purdah.

Portrait of Princess Rafat Zamani Begum, c. 1960. Portrait of Princess Rafat Zamani Begum of Rampur (1907-1987), wife of Nawab Raza Ali Khan, taken by the famous Kinsey Brothers studio of Delhi. She wears an embroidered sari with a diamond tiara and ornate neckpiece, in European fashion. The begum traveled to Europe in the 1930s and returned with a modern outlook, including her rejection of purdah.

Tuti-Nama (Tales of a Parrot): Tale XI: The origin of music from a fabulous bird of India which had seven holes in its beak | Cleveland Museum of Art

Tuti-Nama (Tales of a Parrot): Tale XI: The origin of music from a fabulous bird of India which had seven holes in its beak | Cleveland Museum of Art

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