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Dara Shikoh Entering Lahore Fort, Pergamon Museum, Berlin    Mughal miniature from the 17th century. Opaque colours and gold on paper.

Dara Shikoh Entering Lahore Fort, Pergamon Museum, Berlin Mughal miniature from the century. Opaque colours and gold on paper.

A Mughal miniature from the Padshahnama depicting the surrender of the Safavid Persian garrison of Kandahar in 1638 to the Mughal army of Shah Jahan commanded by Kilij Khan

The Surrender of Kandahar//Kandahar en Mughal miniature from the Padshahnama depicting the surrender of the Safavid Persian garrison of Kandahar in 1638 to the Mughal army of Shah Jahan commanded by Kilij Khan

Religious Gathering. Sunni Muslims, Shia Muslims, Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Jesuits at Akbar's court.

Finding Tolerance In Akbar, The Philosopher-King

Mughal Emperor Akbar holds a religious assembly in the Ibadat Khana (House of Worship) in Fatehpur Sikri.The two men dressed in black are the Jesuit missionaries Rodolfo Acquaviva and Francisco Henriques

Shah Jahan

Portrait of Shah Jahan , 1631, Mughal Square Sticker

Shah Jahan was a great connoisseur of jewels, and here he holds a huge emerald faceted in the Mughal style.

A Courtier, Possibly Khan Alam, Holding a Spinel and a Deccan Sword, c. 1605-1610 attributed to Govardhan (Indian) opaque watercolor and gold on paper, text on verso, 2013.323

A Courtier, Possibly Khan Alam, Holding a Spinel and a Deccan Sword, c. attributed to Govardhan, Mughal

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 ca. Bhavanidas (Indian, active ca. India Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

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