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Akbar's victory over Hemu at the 2nd battle of Panipat

Akbar's victory over Hemu at the 2nd battle of Panipat

Bhuj Katti Place of Origin: India Date: 19thC. I'm not into weapons at all.. But wow!

Bhuj Katti Place of Origin: India Date: 19thC. I'm not into weapons at all.. But wow!

An elephant with a red saddle-cloth and a mahout

An elephant with a red saddle-cloth and a mahout

An equestrian portrait of a Nawab riding a grey stallion, signed by Muhammad Reza-i Hindi, Mughal, possibly Oudh, dated 1177 AH/1763-4 AD | lot | Sotheby's:

An equestrian portrait of a Nawab riding a grey stallion, signed by Muhammad Reza-i Hindi, Mughal, possibly Oudh, dated 1177 AH/1763-4 AD | lot | Sotheby's:

Nainsukh Mughal elephants

Nainsukh Mughal elephants

Bazbahadur & Roopmati hunting, 1700

Bazbahadur & Roopmati hunting, 1700

Qutb ud-Din Muhammad Mu'azzam Shah Alam

Qutb ud-Din Muhammad Mu'azzam Shah Alam

Mirza Daniyal (inscription however says Abdullah Khan Uzbek, a Mughal General)

Mirza Daniyal (inscription however says Abdullah Khan Uzbek, a Mughal General)

The Emperor Aurangzeb Carried on a Palanquin, Mughal period (1526–1858), ca. 1705–20 Bhavanidas (Indian, active ca. 1700–1748) India Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

The Emperor Aurangzeb Carried on a Palanquin, Mughal period (1526–1858), ca. 1705–20 Bhavanidas (Indian, active ca. 1700–1748) India Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

Miniature. “Thakur Dawlat Singh Among Courtiers” India, Delhi; c. 1825 Miniature: 27.6 × 38.5 cm This was the beginning of Company painting, named after the East India Company, the commercial forerunner of Britain’s takeover of India in 1858. The Indian leader from Jodhpur and his men, all of them identified by name, were rendered painstakingly and with great individuality. The painting has been attributed to Ghulam Ali Khan.

Miniature. “Thakur Dawlat Singh Among Courtiers” India, Delhi; c. 1825 Miniature: 27.6 × 38.5 cm This was the beginning of Company painting, named after the East India Company, the commercial forerunner of Britain’s takeover of India in 1858. The Indian leader from Jodhpur and his men, all of them identified by name, were rendered painstakingly and with great individuality. The painting has been attributed to Ghulam Ali Khan.

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