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Emperor Akbar in court. The "classic period" of the empire started in 1556 with the ascension of Akbar the Great to the throne. Under the rule of Akbar and his son Jahangir, India enjoyed economic progress as well as religious harmony, and the monarchs were interested in local religious and cultural traditions. Akbar was a successful warrior; His reign also brought Persian cultural influence to its zenith in India, and the resulting Indo-Persian synthesis, in fact, outlived the Mughals.

Emperor Akbar in court. The "classic period" of the empire started in 1556 with the ascension of Akbar the Great to the throne. Under the rule of Akbar and his son Jahangir, India enjoyed economic progress as well as religious harmony, and the monarchs were interested in local religious and cultural traditions. Akbar was a successful warrior; His reign also brought Persian cultural influence to its zenith in India, and the resulting Indo-Persian synthesis, in fact, outlived the Mughals.

Painting attributed to Manohar (active ca. 1582–1624)."Hamid Bhakari Punished by Akbar", Folio from an Akbarnama, ca. 1604. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Theodore M. Davis Collection, Bequest of Theodore M. Davis, 1915 (30.95.174.8) | This object is on view in “The Royal Hunt: Courtly Pursuits in Indian Art through December 13, 2015.

Painting attributed to Manohar (active ca. 1582–1624)."Hamid Bhakari Punished by Akbar", Folio from an Akbarnama, ca. 1604. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Theodore M. Davis Collection, Bequest of Theodore M. Davis, 1915 (30.95.174.8) | This object is on view in “The Royal Hunt: Courtly Pursuits in Indian Art through December 13, 2015.

Akbar (1556–1605 CE Mughal Emperor) Receiving the Drums and Standards Captured from Abdullah Khan Uzbek (Mughal Governor of Malwa, India) Who Had Rebelled Against Him (Akbarnama -Mahesh & Anant) (V&A)

Akbar Receiving the Drums and Standards Captured from Abdullah Khan Uzbeg, Governor of Malwa, in 1564

Akbar (1556–1605 CE Mughal Emperor) Receiving the Drums and Standards Captured from Abdullah Khan Uzbek (Mughal Governor of Malwa, India) Who Had Rebelled Against Him (Akbarnama -Mahesh & Anant) (V&A)

need this print: Mughal miniature painting, c. 1592-94

need this print: Mughal miniature painting, c. 1592-94

The birth of Timur showing astrologers on the right, drawing up his horoscope. From an imperial copy of Abu l-Fażl's Akbarnāma, c. 1602. Painting ascribed to Sūrdās Gujarātī (Or.12988, f. 34v)

The birth of Timur showing astrologers on the right, drawing up his horoscope. From an imperial copy of Abu l-Fażl's Akbarnāma, c. 1602. Painting ascribed to Sūrdās Gujarātī (Or.12988, f. 34v)

Akbarnama  construction of the fort at Agra for the Mughal emperor Akbar (r.1556–1605). The fort was completed in 1566 and enclosed an area of 2 kilometres. by Tulsi (the Younger) & Miskin  V&A

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Akbarnama construction of the fort at Agra for the Mughal emperor Akbar (r.1556–1605). The fort was completed in 1566 and enclosed an area of 2 kilometres. by Tulsi (the Younger) & Miskin V&A

Akbarnama  an unidentified episode at Karah on the River Ganges in north-east India preceding the defeat of the rebel general Khan Zaman by the Mughal army in 1567. by Kanha & Nandi  V&A

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Akbarnama an unidentified episode at Karah on the River Ganges in north-east India preceding the defeat of the rebel general Khan Zaman by the Mughal army in 1567. by Kanha & Nandi V&A

Akbarnama  an unidentified episode at Karah on the River Ganges in north-east India preceding the defeat of the rebel general Khan Zaman by the Mughal army in 1567. by Kanha & Nandi  V&A

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Akbarnama an unidentified episode at Karah on the River Ganges in north-east India preceding the defeat of the rebel general Khan Zaman by the Mughal army in 1567. by Kanha & Nandi V&A

Akbar's Triumphal Entry into Surat, Gujarat. Akbarnama, 1590-95, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Akbar's Triumphal Entry into Surat, Gujarat. Akbarnama, 1590-95, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Mughal Miniature - Akbarnama Red Fort at Agra during construction - from the Akbarnama Akbarnama, is the official chronicle of the reign of Akbar, the third Mughal Emperor, commissioned by Akbar himself by his court historian and biographer, Abul Fazl who was one of the nine jewels in Akbar's court.

Mughal Miniature - Akbarnama Red Fort at Agra during construction - from the Akbarnama Akbarnama, is the official chronicle of the reign of Akbar, the third Mughal Emperor, commissioned by Akbar himself by his court historian and biographer, Abul Fazl who was one of the nine jewels in Akbar's court.

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