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Mughal paintings

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Download this stock image: Miniature painting of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan - ERYXAY from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

Download this stock image: Miniature painting of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan - ERYXAY from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

"Goddess Kali - a modern avatar" 60cm x 40cm A modern rendition of Kali - the very misunderstood, mythological goddess of moksha, destroyer of the ego. Her black skin represents the darkness we relate to as nothingness - the darkness from which everything is created and eventually dissolves into. The severed head she holds represents the demons she slays. The weapons she holds she uses to sever ties with the ego - the obsession we develop with our physical bodies, the same ego that makes u

"Goddess Kali - a modern avatar" 60cm x 40cm A modern rendition of Kali - the very misunderstood, mythological goddess of moksha, destroyer of the ego. Her black skin represents the darkness we relate to as nothingness - the darkness from which everything is created and eventually dissolves into. The severed head she holds represents the demons she slays. The weapons she holds she uses to sever ties with the ego - the obsession we develop with our physical bodies, the same ego that makes u

Mughal Painting - Style, History,Prominent Painters

Mughal painting evolved from the Persian school of paintings and were usually made as miniature paintings either as book illustrations or single work

Ephemeral Elegance on Twitter: "“A Delhi beauty seated against a bolster holding a book, draped with a Kashmiri shawl and richly adorned with jewels. Delhi, circa 1830.” Via @bonhams1793.… https://t.co/8IRrAAnDDF"

““A Delhi beauty seated against a bolster holding a book, draped with a Kashmiri shawl and richly adorned with jewels. Delhi, circa 1830.” Via @bonhams1793.”