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Babur was a turkic speaking central asian ruler descended from Timur a Turko-Mongol and Genghis Khan a mongol. Ousted from Central Asia, Babur pushed through the Khyber Pass into northern India from Afghanistan in 1526 forming the Mughal (Mongol) Empire. His son Humayun was driven out into Persia but forged diplomatic ties with the Safavid Courts. Cultural contacts between India and Iran formed an Indo-Persian styled empire after his return in 1555. His son Akbar consolidated the Mughal…

Babur was a turkic speaking central asian ruler descended from Timur a Turko-Mongol and Genghis Khan a mongol. Ousted from Central Asia, Babur pushed through the Khyber Pass into northern India from Afghanistan in 1526 forming the Mughal (Mongol) Empire. His son Humayun was driven out into Persia but forged diplomatic ties with the Safavid Courts. Cultural contacts between India and Iran formed an Indo-Persian styled empire after his return in 1555. His son Akbar consolidated the Mughal…

Birds at Baran, possibly from the Babur-nama, late 16th century, Mughal dynasty

Birds at Baran, possibly from the Babur-nama, late 16th century, Mughal dynasty

Folio from a "Baburnama" Manuscript: Mughal Ruler Babur Supervising the Creation of a Garden Date (c. 1590-1598)

Folio from a "Baburnama" Manuscript: Mughal Ruler Babur Supervising the Creation of a Garden Date (c. 1590-1598)

Young Akbar assumed the title Badshah Ghazi after leading a Mughal Army of 10,000 during the Second Battle of Panipat, against more than 30,000 mainly Hindu adversaries led by Hemu. 1526-1856 Mughal dynasty

Young Akbar assumed the title Badshah Ghazi after leading a Mughal Army of 10,000 during the Second Battle of Panipat, against more than 30,000 mainly Hindu adversaries led by Hemu. 1526-1856 Mughal dynasty

"Book of Babur" or "Letters of Babur") are the memoirs of Zāhir ud-Dīn Mohammad Bābur (1483-1530), the founder of the Mughal Empire

"Book of Babur" or "Letters of Babur") are the memoirs of Zāhir ud-Dīn Mohammad Bābur (1483-1530), the founder of the Mughal Empire

Illuminated Manuscript Baburnama, Walters Art Museum ms. W.596, fol.29a

Illuminated Manuscript Baburnama, Walters Art Museum ms. W.596, fol.29a

timur-i-lang: Babur’s Men Pursuing The Inhabitants Of Bilah Across The River Indus India, Mughal, circa 1589 CE

timur-i-lang: Babur’s Men Pursuing The Inhabitants Of Bilah Across The River Indus India, Mughal, circa 1589 CE

obverse: Two Wild Buffalo [obverse]; Two Blue Bulls and Two Hog Deer [reverse] from a Baburnama

obverse: Two Wild Buffalo [obverse]; Two Blue Bulls and Two Hog Deer [reverse] from a Baburnama


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pmikos: A portrait of a nobleman with a dog, attributable to a follower of Farrukh Beg, possibly Muhammad Ali, Mughal, early 17th century gouache with gold on paper, mounted on an album page with borders of orange and blue decorated with gold foliate motifs of gold flecks painting: 11.9 by 8.8cm.leaf: 32.4 by 22.4cm.

pmikos: A portrait of a nobleman with a dog, attributable to a follower of Farrukh Beg, possibly Muhammad Ali, Mughal, early 17th century gouache with gold on paper, mounted on an album page with borders of orange and blue decorated with gold foliate motifs of gold flecks painting: 11.9 by 8.8cm.leaf: 32.4 by 22.4cm.

The Battle Between the Owls and Crows (Folio 167r of the Anvar-e Soheyli (Lights of Canopus)( Date: 1593 Place: Qazvin, Iran Materials: Opaque watercolour, ink, and gold on paper)

The Battle Between the Owls and Crows (Folio 167r of the Anvar-e Soheyli (Lights of Canopus)( Date: 1593 Place: Qazvin, Iran Materials: Opaque watercolour, ink, and gold on paper)

The Morgan Library & Museum Online Exhibitions - Treasures of Islamic Manuscript Painting from the Morgan - A Qizilbash and His Horse Entangles by a Dragon

A Qizilbash and His Horse Entangles by a Dragon

The Morgan Library & Museum Online Exhibitions - Treasures of Islamic Manuscript Painting from the Morgan - A Qizilbash and His Horse Entangles by a Dragon

ephemera assemblyman: Marvels of Things Created and Miraculous Aspects of Things Existing

ephemera assemblyman: Marvels of Things Created and Miraculous Aspects of Things Existing

8th century "Panchatantra," collection of Indian fables, was translated into Arabic by Persian Ibn al-Muqaffa, titled "Kalila wa-Dimna" after 2 jackals in stories. Here, Dimna the Jackal has plotted to kill Bull, the Lion King’s faithful servant and must face the Leopard Judge. Moral: crime doesn’t pay

8th century "Panchatantra," collection of Indian fables, was translated into Arabic by Persian Ibn al-Muqaffa, titled "Kalila wa-Dimna" after 2 jackals in stories. Here, Dimna the Jackal has plotted to kill Bull, the Lion King’s faithful servant and must face the Leopard Judge. Moral: crime doesn’t pay

(Kabus, the incubus). Seyyid Mohammed b. Emir Hasan el-Suudî, Matâli’ al-sa’âdet. Istanbul, 1582.

(Kabus, the incubus). Seyyid Mohammed b. Emir Hasan el-Suudî, Matâli’ al-sa’âdet. Istanbul, 1582.

Abu Yahya Zakariya’ ibn Muhammad al-Qazwini - Ms E-7 fol.180 A Giraffe, from 'The Wonders of the Creation and the Curiosities of Existence' by Zakariya'ibn Muhammed al-Qazwini (gouache on paper)

Abu Yahya Zakariya’ ibn Muhammad al-Qazwini - Ms E-7 fol.180 A Giraffe, from 'The Wonders of the Creation and the Curiosities of Existence' by Zakariya'ibn Muhammed al-Qazwini (gouache on paper)

Maharana Sangram Singh II and sardars before a hunt

Maharana Sangram Singh II and sardars before a hunt

KALILA AND DIMNA, IN ARABICSyria?, 1354, 14 1/2 x 8 3/4 in. (36.8 x 22.2 cm), MS. Pococke 400, fol. 75bIn the eighth century the "Panchatantra," a collection of Indian fables, was translated into Arabic by the Persian Ibn al-Muqaffa.   Here, Dimna the Jackal has plotted to kill Bull, the Lion King’s faithful servant and must face the Leopard Judge. Moral: crime doesn’t pay.

KALILA AND DIMNA, IN ARABICSyria?, 1354, 14 1/2 x 8 3/4 in. (36.8 x 22.2 cm), MS. Pococke 400, fol. 75bIn the eighth century the "Panchatantra," a collection of Indian fables, was translated into Arabic by the Persian Ibn al-Muqaffa. Here, Dimna the Jackal has plotted to kill Bull, the Lion King’s faithful servant and must face the Leopard Judge. Moral: crime doesn’t pay.

Illustrations from Marvels of Things Created and Miraculous Aspects of Things Existing (Ajā’ib al-makhlūqāt wa-gharā’ib al-mawjūdāt - كتاب عجائب المخلوقات وغرائب الموجودات) by Zakarīyā’ ibn Muḥammad al-Qazwīnī, originally published in 1283. The illustrator, copyist and date of the edition are unknown. The nature of paper, script, ink, illumination, and illustrations suggest that it was produced in provincial Mughal India, possibly the Punjab, in the 17th century.

Illustrations from Marvels of Things Created and Miraculous Aspects of Things Existing (Ajā’ib al-makhlūqāt wa-gharā’ib al-mawjūdāt - كتاب عجائب المخلوقات وغرائب الموجودات) by Zakarīyā’ ibn Muḥammad al-Qazwīnī, originally published in 1283. The illustrator, copyist and date of the edition are unknown. The nature of paper, script, ink, illumination, and illustrations suggest that it was produced in provincial Mughal India, possibly the Punjab, in the 17th century.

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