Mughal Jahangirnama Painting Handmade Moghul Empire Indian History Miniature Art

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Jahangir receives Prince Khurram on his return from the Deccan

  • Subject: Mughal Miniature Painting
  • Paint Material: Opaque watercolors
  • Base Material: Faux (synthetic) ivory (unframed)
  • Size: 6 in. wide and 8 in. tall (15 cms X 20 cms)
  • Age: Modern Handmade Art
  • Country of origin: India
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You'll love the sumptuous illustration of a 17th century Mughal period art. It shows Jahangir receiving Prince Khurram, on his return from the Deccan campaign.

Prince Khurram was placed in charge of the military expeditions against various Muslim kingdoms, or sultanates, in the Deccan. It was because of his victories there that he was awarded the title of Shah Jahan (King of the World) by his father Jahangir in 1617.

This scene describes Shah Jahan's arrival at the court established by his father in Mandu following the victories in the Deccan. This, per the textual description in the Jahangirnama (memoirs of Jahangir), occurred on Thursday 10 October, 1617.

Savor the moment of pomp and show with colorful costumes, decorated courtiers & animals and striking Mughal architecture.

The design of this stunning enriched art is enhanced with an incredible level of design detail and range of vibrant colors, creating an unparalleled masterpiece.

If you are eager to hold in your discerning hands what has to be one of the most beautiful human creations ever conceived, if you wish to celebrate the beauty and majesty of fine art, if you want to display with pride in your home to family and friends a fascinating art that is so unique that it is bound to stimulate awe and conversation for years to come--then this is it!

Don't miss the opportunity to acquire this one of a kind Mughal Miniature Painting. Buy it now.

NOTE: Faux (or artificial) ivory, on which this artwork has been done, is a special polymer clay with the characteristics of real ivory. Faux ivory sheets have a natural ivory grain pattern and are used for painting, molding and carving. An environmentally friendly alternative to real ivory.