Shah Jahan receives the Persian Ambassador Muhammad-Ali Beg
- Subject: Mughal Miniature Painting
- Paint Material: Opaque watercolors
- Base Material: Paper with Islamic scripts (unframed)
- Size: 8 in. wide and 12.5 in. tall. (20 cms X 32 cms)
- Age: Modern handmade art
- Country of origin: India
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This artwork illustrates the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan receiving the Persian Ambassador, Muhammad-Ali Beg in the Diwan-i ‘ Amm (Hall of Public Audiences) at Burhanpur, India.
The arrival of an embassy from the Persian Shah, the most immediate and powerful of Shah Jahan’s imperial rivals, on 22 March 1631 were occasion of grand celebrations and gift exchanges.
It is a beautiful modern reproduction of an illustration from the Padshahnama (Chronicle of Shah Jahan), circa 1633.
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