The Wounding of Khan Kilan by a Rajput
- Subject: Mughal Miniature Painting
- Paint Material: Opaque watercolors
- Base Material: Paper (unframed)
- Size: 7.5 in. wide and 11 in. tall. (19 cms X 28 cms)
- Age: Modern Handmade Art
- Country of origin: India
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Presenting a superb handmade Mughal miniature painting featuring a famous Indo Persian artwork from The Akbarnama which was commissioned by the Mughal emperor Akbar (r.1556–1605) as the official chronicle of his reign.
In 1572 Mughal forces led by Khan Kilan marched to Gujarat to conquer this independent kingdom. The Rajput chief, Man Singh Deohra, sent envoys to Khan Kilan, one of the envoys stabbed the Mughal general in the shoulder. Khan Kilan’s men leapt forward and killed the attacker and his companions.
This historical Mughal miniature painting comes directly from the Indian state of Rajasthan – (historically noted as the epicenter of Mughal art). It was born from a single set of masterful artisan hands, using vibrant opaque watercolors on paper.
Mughal artwork continue to captivate the viewer for their outstanding beauty and unique features—from the incredibly intricate designs to the rich variety of inks and colors. You’ll be amazed by the level of intricacy in such a small amount of space. And whether it’s for your collection or decor, it’s sure to bring delight.
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