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"Ragini with Falcon". Varanasi, Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum.  Guler, Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh, India. c.1790.

The ‘Collections’ or Image Gallery of the The Virtual Museum of 'Images' allows browsing through the images from the visual archives of the Center for Art & Archaeology and other contributing museums and private collections.

Sarat Purnima - Kishangahr, ca.1720.

Sarat Purnima Gopis dance in the forest under the full moon in autumn, painted temple hanging for Krsna Kishangarh, India

Don't miss taking a look at the paintings and frescoes at the Chitra Sala and Hanging Garden within Garh Palace in Bundi. Description from india-tour-guide.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Visiting Garh Palace at Bundi, seeing some of the paintings and rooms plus visiting Chitra Sala paintings and frescoes - photos.

A book of illustrations painted in the 1840s reflects one British ambassador's affection for Delhi - and brings to an end a 2,000-year-old tradition of Indian painting.

The vivid paintings that record a Briton's love of Delhi

The vivid paintings that record a Briton's love of Delhi - BBC News

Mughal Paintings, Krishna Painting, India Art, Miniature Paintings, Laddu Gopal, Online Collections, Persian, Islamic, Calligraphy

"From a dispersed manuscript Qisa Puran Bhagat by Qadirya. Kangra, circa 1830 ... An inscription ... in English to the reverse reads 'Rani Sundra' ... this was evidently written circa 1915 ... Rani Sundran (a.k.a. Sundaran), a character from the long poem Qisa of Puran Bhagat by Qadiryar, a poet known to be active during the rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh ... the scribe or a previous owner must have been supplied the information":

"From a dispersed manuscript Qisa Puran Bhagat by Qadirya. Kangra, circa x

Gundagri Ragini. in a field of banana trees. ca. 1670 – 1680. N. Deccan, poss. Burhanpur, India,  opaque watercolor and gold

North Deccan, possibly Burhanpur, India, circa 1670 – Opaque watercolor and gold on paper. x 25 cm

Desakar Ragini.    About 1760  Bundi or Kota, Rajasthan, Northern India. Obverse: at top, in Devenagari: "Desakar, Ragini of Hindola: to be sung in the first quarter of the day."

About 1760 Bundi or Kota, Rajasthan, Northern India. Obverse: at top, in Devenagari: "Desakar, Ragini of Hindola: to be sung in the first quarter of the day.

www.IndianMiniaturePaintings.co.uk - Indian miniature painting: illustration from a Baramasa series: the month of Jyeth. Marwar, late 18th century. Gouache, silver and gold on wasli. 29.8 x 19.3cm

Indian miniature painting: illustration from a Baramasa series: the month of Jyeth. Gouache, silver and gold on wasli.

Ahiri Ragini - a woman feeds 7 snakes in clay pots. Jammu, Rajasthan, 1750. This is related to the Naga Cult.

1750 Ahiri Ragini woman feeding snakes in clay pots. Illustrating the legend from the Naga cult.

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