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Kakubha Ragini.    Indian, Deccani,  18th century.   Possibly Hyderabad. On reverse, in English "no. 22." Pal: "Kakubha is a handsome young woman, suffering lovesickness, leaving her fine palace she enters the forest, ... Again and again she arouses the peacock's scream, forgetting soul and body in a trance upon her lord."

Southern Central India (Hyderabad) Century Opaque Watercolor and Gold on Paper Ross-Coomaraswamy Collection MFA Boston

Todi Ragini Miniature Art Indian Rajasthani Ethnic Handmade Ragamala Painting

Todi Ragini Subject: Indian Miniature Rajasthani Painting Paint Material: Opaque Watercolors Base Material: Paper Size: 5 in.

Bhairavi Ragini

Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper, Attributed to India, century

Gajendra Moksha. Vishnu and Lakshmi appear in the skies, riding Garuda to rescue the elephant king Gajendra from a crocodile. Ascribed to Mihr Chand, Faizabad, c. 1770.

Vishnu flying on Garuda to rescue the elephant king Fine Art Print by Dip Chand

Kakubha

A woman carrying two garlands surrounded by peacocks and two monkeys in trees. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Megha Raga: Krishna fluting to the Gopis (female cow herders)  Hyderabad, ca.1760

Megha Raga: Krishna fluting to the cowgirls in a landscape Hyderabad, circa 1760

A MINIATURE PAINTING OF BHAIRAVI RAGINI AT NIGHT. Pigments and gld on paper, India, Mughal school, 18th/19th century

A MINIATURE PAINTING OF BHAIRAVI RAGINI AT NIGHT. Pigments and gld on paper, India, Mughal school, 18th/19th century

Mughal India.. princess with her maid..

princess with her maid.

Bhairun (Bhairav) Ragini. Ragamala illustration, Gouache heightened with gold on paper,  Deccan, Hyderabad, ca. 1760 ... typical of the Hyderabad school of the third quarter of the eighteenth century, where Ragamala illustrations were very popular during this period

A leaf with two Ragamala illustrations: Bhairun (Bhairav) Ragini and Bairadi Ragini,<br />India, Deccan, hyderabad, circa 1760

ca. 1790. A young woman concealing her lover with her cloak. Pahari School, Kangra style.

A young woman concealing her lover with her cloak. Pahari School, Kangra style, India, Panjab Hills, ca.

Miniature indienne : Desakhya Ragini, Inde, Rajasthan, XVIIIème siècle Deskhya…

Miniature indienne : Desakhya Ragini, Inde, Rajasthan, XVIIIème siècle Deskhya…

The Colors of Dance, Watercolor Painting On Paper by Navneet Parikh

The Colors of Dance, Mughal Watercolor Painting On PaperArtist: Navneet Parikh

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