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The Elephant King Attacked by the Crocodile

Gajendramoksha" (Liberation of the Elephant-King) The Elephant King Attacked by the Crocodile. Amjer, Rajasthan, India ca.

Ganesha with his two wives and two female attendants, his rat and a lion with two heads all surrounded by roundels. Coloured transfer lithograph by Janaradna Vasudtya.  Iconographic Collections

Ganesha with his two wives and two female attendants, his rat and a lion with two heads all surrounded by roundels. Coloured transfer lithograph - 1900 By Janaradna Vasudtya Published: Bambe Siti Presamta [Bombay City Press Centre], Bombay : 1900

mapmonger:  Atlas nautique du monde aka Atlas Miller or Lopo Homem-Reineis Atlas, detail of f. 3 (northern India). 1519

mapmonger: Atlas nautique du monde aka Atlas Miller or Lopo Homem-Reineis Atlas, detail of f. 3 (northern India). 1519

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Akbar’s mother travels by boat to Agra Date:ca. (painted) Artist/Maker:Tulsi (artist), Durga (artist) Materials and Techniques:Opaque watercolour and gold on paper

Attributed to Bhawani Das or a follower. Great Indian Fruit Bat, ca. 1777–82. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Anonymous Gift, Cynthia Hazen Polsky Gift, Virginia G. LeCount Bequest, in memory of The LeCount Family, 2007 Benefit Fund, Louis V. Bell, Harris Brisbane Dick, Fletcher, and Rogers Funds and Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, and Gift of Dr. Mortimer D. Sackler, Theresa Sackler and Family, 2008(2008.312)

Great Indian Fruit Bat, ca. Circle of Bhawani Das India (Calcutta) Pencil, ink, and watercolors on paper

Illuminated single leaf, Nilgai, Walters Art Museum, ms. W.865 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Walters manuscript leaf this painting of a nilgai (also called a blue bull or Boselaphus tragocamelus), which is an antelope indigenous to Asia, is attributable to the reign of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan (reigned AH/AD

Vishnu and Gajendra.  Watercolour.  Place of origin: Kangra, India (made)  Date: ca. 1830 (made)

Vishnu and Gajendra (Painting)

Vishnu and Gajendra. Place of origin: Kangra, India (made) Date: ca. 1830 (made)

Likely from the 'Mysteries of Love: Maratha Miniatures of the Rasamanjari' Maratha, India. ca. e. 18th C.

Indian miniature painting: Folio from a ragamala: Vibhasa Raga. Opaque watercolour with gold on wasli.

Beautiful art from Tabo Monastery in the secluded Spiti valley of the state Himachal Pradesh, India. Tabo Monastery was founded in 996AD. With its original decoration and intact art images, it is considered to be the oldest continuously functioning Buddhist monastery in India and the Himalayas.

From Tabo Monastery, founded in 996 and considered to be the oldest continuously functioning Buddhist monastery in India and the Himalayas.

Al-Su˓ūdī | Mosque of the Bani Umayya | Maṭāli˓ al-sa˓āda wa manābi˓ al-siyāda (The Ascension of Propitious Stars and Sources of Sovereign), in Turkish | Illuminated by Vali Jan for ˓Āyisha Sulṭān (d.1604), the daughter of Sultan Murād III (r. 1574–95) | Turkey, probably Istanbul | ca. 1582 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Iskandar and Khiżr

Iskandar and Khizr Seek the Water of Eternal Life and the Mosque of the Bani Umayya, Al-Sucudi, Sayyid Muhammad Ibn Amir Hasan (d.

Two young men riding a white elephant - This Mughal painting of the early eleventh century AH / seventeenth CE depicts two young men on a white elephant. The seated man is being served wine.

Two young men riding a white elephant - This Mughal painting of the early eleventh century AH / seventeenth CE depicts two young men on a white elephant. The seated man is being served wine.

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