Mughal art
Mughal painting is a particular style of South Asian painting, generally confined to miniatures either as book illustrations or as single works to be kept in albums, which emerged from Persian miniatu...
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Mughal gardens
Mughal gardens are a group of gardens built by the Mughals in the Persian style of architecture. This style was heavily influenced by the Persian gardens particularly the Charbagh structure. Significa...
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Farrukh Beg
Farrukh Beg (ca. 1545 – ca. 1615) was a Persian born Mughal painter who served in the court of Mirza Muhammad Hakim before working directly for Mughal Emperor Akbar. He was greatly influenced by Persi...
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Manohar Das
Manohar Das, also simply Manohar or Manuhar, (active 1582–1624) was an Indian Hindu painter in the Mughal style.Manohar's father Basawan was a master painter in the Mughal emperor's court, where Manoh...
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Nishat Bagh
74°52′52″E / 34.125°N 74.881°E / 34.125; 74.881Nishat Bagh (Urdu: نشات باغ‎, is a terraced Mughal garden built on the eastern side of the Dal Lake, close to Srinagar...
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Akbarnama
Akbarnama, which literally translates to Book of Akbar, is the official chronicle of the reign of Akbar, the third Mughal Emperor (r. 1556–1605), commissioned by Akbar himself by his court historian ...
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Govardhan (Mughal painter)
Govardhan (fl. 17th century) was a noted Indian painter of the Mughal school of painting. He was the son of another painter, Bhavani Das. He joined the imperial service during the reign of Akbar and h...
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Bichitr
Bichitr was an Indian painter during the Mughal period, patronized by the emperors Jahangir and Shah Jahan.
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Crown of Bahadur Shah II
The Crown of the Bahadur Shah II is the head dress of last Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah II (r. 1837 – 1857).
It was created in the second quarter 19th century, most probably in Delhi or the surroun...
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Padshahnama
The Padshahnama (Persian: پا د شاه نا مہ‎) (Chronicle of the Emperor) is a genre of works written as the official visual history of Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan’s reign. Most significant work of ...
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Multani Khussa
Khussa is a style of South Asian handcrafted footwear produced in Punjab Pakistan.Khussa are made by artisans mostly using vegetable-tanned leather. The uppers are made of one piece of leather or text...
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Delhi Book
Delhi Book or Delhie Book titled Reminiscences of Imperial Delhi is a collection of paintings done in company style, commissioned by Sir Thomas Metcalfe in 1844. It contains 120 paintings by Indian a...
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Muraqqa
A Muraqqa (Turkish: Murakka) is an album in book form containing Islamic miniature paintings and specimens of Islamic calligraphy, normally from several different sources, and perhaps other matte...
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Hamzanama
The Hamzanama (Persian/Urdu: حمزه نامه, Epic of Hamza) or Dastan-e-Amir Hamza (Persian/Urdu: داستان امیر حمزه, Adventures of Amir Hamza) narrates the legendary exploits of Hamza bin Azrak, a brave man...
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Verinag
Verinag /ˈveɪriːnɑːɡ/(Hindi: वेरीनाग ) is a town and a notified area committee in Anantnag district in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, India. It is about 26 kilometers away from Anantnag and approx...
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Bishandas
Bishandas was a 17th-century portrait painter at the court of the Mughal emperor Jahangir. Jahangir praised him as "unrivalled in the art of portraiture". Though little is known of Bishandas’ life, hi...
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Khamsa of Nizami (British Library, Or. 12208)
The illuminated manuscript Khamsa of Nizami British Library, Or. 12208 is a lavishly illustrated manuscript of the Khamsa or "five poems" of Nizami Ganjavi, a 12th-century Persian poet, which was crea...
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Constance Villiers-Stuart
C.M. Villiers-Stuart (1877-1966) was an English author and water-colour painter. She married Patrick Villiers-Stuart in 1908 and moved to India, allowing her to collect material for her pioneering boo...
Basawan
Basawan, or Basavan (flourished 1580-1600), was an Indian miniature painter in the Mughal style. He was known by his contemporaries as a skilled colorist and keen observer of human nature, and for hi...
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Ghulam Murtaza Khan
Ghulam Murtaza Khan (1760-1840) is a Mughal era, 19th century painter from Delhi. He worked under penultimate Mughal emperor Akbar Shah II. He worked under British officers, Skinner and William Frase...
Mughal painting
Mughal painting is a particular style of South Asian painting, generally confined to miniatures either as book illustrations or as single works to be kept in albums, which emerged from Persian miniatu...
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Peacock Throne
The Peacock Throne (Sanskrit: मयूरासन: Mayūrāsana, Urdu: تخت طاؤس, Persian: تخت طاووس‎, Takht-i Tāvūs) was a famous jewelled throne that was the seat of the Mughal emperors that conquered Northe...
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Abu al-Hasan (Mughal painter)
Abu al-Hasan (1589 – c. 1630), from Delhi, India, was a Mughal painter under the reign of Jahangir.
Abu al-Hasan was the son of Aqa Reza of Herat in western Afghanistan, a city with an artis...
Tutinama
Tutinama (Persian: طوطی‌نامه‎), literal meaning "Tales of a Parrot", is a 14th-century Persian series of 52 stories. An illustrated version containing 250 miniature paintings was commissioned b...
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