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Prince Dara Shikoh and Mullah Shah, Accompanied by Five Retainers, in Kashmir

Prince Dara Shikoh and Mullah Shah, Accompanied by Five Retainers, in Kashmir

Portrait of Dara Shikoh (1615-1659) Date     c. 1640, Per Czarina Propitious' Twitter.

Portrait of Dara Shikoh (1615-1659) Date c. 1640, Per Czarina Propitious' Twitter.

A Mughal prince seated on white carpet smoking huqqa, discussing with the royal courtiers inside the palace. Most probably Dara Shikoh.

A Mughal prince seated on white carpet smoking huqqa, discussing with the royal courtiers inside the palace. Most probably Dara Shikoh.

Mulla Shah Badakhshi (1550–1635), a Sufi of the the Qadiri order. He was the spiritual successor of the Sufi saint Mian Mir and acted as mentor to the Mughal Prince Dara Shikoh and his sister Jahanara Begum

Mulla Shah Badakhshi a Sufi of the the Qadiri order. He was the spiritual successor of the Sufi saint Mian Mir and acted as mentor to the Mughal Prince Dara Shikoh and his sister Jahanara Begum

DARA SHIKOH  DARA SHIKOH MUGHAL INDIA, CIRCA 1660-70 Tinted drawing heightened with gold on paper, a bust portrait of the nimbate prince, who is depicted wearing gold embroidered robes and turban, a string of pearls on each, in his left hand he holds an emerald, laid down between polychrome rules and wide blue border decorated with gold irises on a wide pink margin with polychrome outer rule, identification inscription in the upper margin, the reverse with 8ll. of elegant black nasta'liq

DARA SHIKOH DARA SHIKOH MUGHAL INDIA, CIRCA 1660-70 Tinted drawing heightened with gold on paper, a bust portrait of the nimbate prince, who is depicted wearing gold embroidered robes and turban, a string of pearls on each, in his left hand he holds an emerald, laid down between polychrome rules and wide blue border decorated with gold irises on a wide pink margin with polychrome outer rule, identification inscription in the upper margin, the reverse with 8ll. of elegant black nasta'liq

Single Leaf of Shah Sarmad and Prince Dara Shikoh, Indian 18th c

Single Leaf of Shah Sarmad and Prince Dara Shikoh, Indian c

A Mughal prince, perhaps the young Dara Shikoh, visiting a darvish at night in the company of courtiers and musicians

A Mughal prince, perhaps the young Dara Shikoh, visiting a darvish at night in the company of courtiers and musicians

Prince Dara Shikoh With a Saint

Prince Dara Shikoh With a Saint

Dara Shukoh, eldest son of Shah Jahan Mughal Empire (made) Date: 1640-1 (made) Artist/Maker: Chitarman (maker) Materials and Techniques: Painted in opaque watercolour and gold on paper

Dara Shikuh

Dara Shukoh, eldest son of Shah Jahan Mughal Empire (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Chitarman (maker) Materials and Techniques: Painted in opaque watercolour and gold on paper

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