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1825 Portrait of a Punjab Rajah

Portrait of Ishwari Sen of Mandi (Painting)

Portrait of Ishwari Sen of Mandi Delhi, India (made) ca. 1825 (painted) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Opaque water colour and gold on paper- This Company painting is a three-quarter length portrait of Ishwari Sen Raja of Mandi in the Panjab Hills.

Two orioles ~ North India (1610)   © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Two Orioles, Mughal, North India, circa The upper bird is a male Indian Golden Oriole (Oriolus kundoo), the lower bird a male Black-hooded Oriole (Oriolus xanthornus).

The Heroine in Her Wind-Palace                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The Heroine in Her Wind-Palace, Mughal Miniature Painting on Paper

Painting: 'Royal Lovers' - A Prince Offering Wine to his Mistress;  1740. Mughal-Period.

“Ancient lovers believed a kiss would literally unite their souls,because the spirit was said to be carried in the breath.” (Eve Glickman) Art: Royal Lovers (A Prince Offering Wine to his Mistress) Mughal.

Sorathi ragini. Reducing separation, peacocks are symbolic lovers. The heroine encourages the peahen in the tree to join the peacock in her lap. Kangra, India miniature painting.

Reducing separation - Sorathi ragini encourages the peahen in the tree to join the peacock in her lap.

Beautiful turquoise and gold murals illustrating the Ragmala and Ras Lila stories lining the walls of the Chitrashala, built by Rao Umed Singh in the 18th century, located inside the Garh Palace of Bundi

danielwamba: “ Beautiful turquoise and gold murals illustrating the Ragmala and Ras Lila stories lining the walls of the Chitrashala, built by Rao Umed Singh in the century, located inside the Garh Palace of Bundi ”

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