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Ambassadors at the Mughal court (c. 1620). The figure in European costume is conjecturally identified as Sir Thomas Roe, ambassador of James I to the Mughal court. From J. M. Rogers, Mughal Miniatures . London: British Museum, 1993 p. 72). Women drinking wine (mid-17 th c.).

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Ambassadors at the Mughal court (c. 1620). The figure in European costume is conjecturally identified as Sir Thomas Roe, ambassador of James I to the Mughal court.

From J. M. Rogers, Mughal Miniatures. London: British Museum, 1993 p. 72)


Women drinking wine (mid-17th c.)

Princesses playing polo (early 18th c.)

From Dr. Daljeet, Mughal and Deccani paintings from the Collection of the National Museum (New Delhi: Prakash Book Depot, 1999. Pp. 73 and 127)


Crucifixion, late 16th c. Possibly by Kesu Das, one of Akbar’s finest painters.

Nativity, early 18th c. The British brought gifts to Jehangir, including a Madonna by Albrecht Durer. Mughal court artists were eager to take up new themes for their art.

(From Dr. Daljeet, Mughal and Deccani Paintings from the Collection of the National Museum, New Delhi: Prakash Book Depot, 1999, p. 83)

(J. M. Rogers, Mughal Miniatures, London: British Museum, 1993, p. 68).


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