RMKE85BB–A painting of a Mughal Infantryman, circa 1850
RMFF9N27–INDIAN MUGHAL PAINTING. /nThe two dervishes of Khurasan, c1610.
RMG3AX9N–MURAD BAKCHE Brother of the Mughal emperor Auranzeb Alamgir I (late 17th century) Date: late 17th century
RMKCEJM7–18th century, Mughal Powder bowl from Kashmir, India.
RMERG34R–March of the grand Mughal, Akbar the Great, third Mughal emperor of India 15 October 1542 - 27 October 1605. After a miniature
RMFAHCD0–Map showing the territories in east India of Nur-ud-din Mohammad Salim, known by his imperial name Jahangir, 1569 –1627. Fourth Mughal Emperor. After the engraving from Edward Terry's Voyage to East India, 1655.
RMFY3DA6–Weapons used by the Mughal soldiers: scimitar, lance, axe and musket. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Andrea Bernieri from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World, Florence, Italy, 1844.
RMB5TR3P–Mughal portrait of Jesuit priest seals and inscription on reverse c. . National Museum of New Delhi India 50.13/27
RMR67KB7–mughal emperor shah Jahan miniature painting
RMMC6G3H–Silk painting of an elephant - probably Mughal traditional design
RFT2M025–'Chah Jehan'. India. Shah Jahan, 5th Mughal Emperor 1752 old antique print
RMCR73C5–Shah Jahan, 5.1.1592 - 22.1.1666, Mughal Emperor of India 1627 - 1658, half length, during falconry, miniature painting, India, circa 1650, Castle Schoenbrunn, Vienna, Austria, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RM2DHK1B0–Gujarat Art - Mughal painting showing Maharaja Bhuj smoking hookah pipe with negro servants
RMFH2THN–Mughal powder flask. India 17th century. Ivory powder horn carved in great detail scenes of a hunt. Louvre Museum. Paris. France
RMFCE96D–Mughal miniature painting, Islamic Art, India, Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany.
RMRY58H2–Hookah Bowl, 1700s. India, Mughal. Glass; overall: 17 cm (6 11/16 in
RFA0BCF6–Mughal minitaure painting. Dancing girls dated 1775 A D
RFC7CC4X–A large carved jar bowl - remains of Mughal dynasty in Delhi
RMGD97FD–A rear view of the 17th Century Taj Mahal in Agra, a city on the banks of the river Yamuna in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
RM2C1EP8E–Entrance hall, Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah (I'timād-ud-Daulah), also known as 'Baby Taj', a Mughal mausoleum in the city of Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
RMFFT36P–INDIA: MUGHAL MANUSCRIPT. /nIlluminated page from a Shahjahanama, Mughal, 17th century.
RMG3854K–ABU-AL-FATH JALAL-UD-DIN MUHAMMAD AKBAR Mughal Emperor of India 1556 - 1605 Date: 1542 - 1605
RMKCEJM5–18th century, Mughal Powder bowl from Kashmir, India.
RMKWDM83–PRINCE MOHAMMED BULAND AKHTAR AT PRAYER, by Hujraj, Indian, Mughal painting, 17th c., watercolor. An Islamic Mughal prince praying on a mat with a design symbolic of the gateway to paradise (BSLOC 2017 16 25)
RMECXN1X–Colorful Mughal painting on maharaja's City Palace, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
RMFY3D9B–Cortege of a Mughal ruler in India. Mogul and courtiers riding in palanquins on elephants, guarded by cavalry and infantry. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Andrea Bernieri from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World, Florence, Italy, 1844.
RMB5WC9P–Inlaid plate jade inlaid with semi precious stones. Mughal. 18th century. National Museum of New Delhi India 60.161 25 x 25 cm
RMERYXAJ–Akbar Mughal Emperor miniature painting
RMW0HK8H–(EDITORS NOTE: Image contains graphic content.) An injured woman seen getting treatment inside a hospital in Srinagar. Eleven students including nine girls died and several other injured after a mini Bus carrying students to an excursion fell into a gorge on the historic Mughal road in south Kashmir’s Shopian district.
RMMBFJAD–Mahout on an elephant;
RMCR73C7–Shah Jahan, 5.1.1592 - 22.1.1666, Mughal Emperor of India 1627 - 1658, his three youngest sons on horseback, with the emperor's own autograph saying 'Picture of Shah Jajan, painted by Balchand', Mughal Empire, 1635, 26 cm x 19.5 cm, Victoria and Albert Museum, London,
RMB8MNX4–Indian Silver Coin. Mughal; King Aurangzeb; 1/2 Rupee
RMP7R4TA–Brevet Major Hodson reconnoitring before Delhi, India, 7 June 1857. The day before The Battle of Badli-ki-Serai of 8 June 1857, during the Indian Rebellion of 1857
RMFCE96E–Mughal miniature painting, Islamic Art, India, Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany.
RMRY45PR–Hookah Bowl, c. 1700. India, Mughal. Gold on blue glass; overall: 19.8 cm (7 13/16 in
RFA0BCF4–Mughal minitaure painting. Mughal Prince and musicians Dated 1775 A D
RMAY39KK–Humayun Tomb Nizamuddin east New Delhi India
RMAD0N14–Indian painting. Gouache on paper. Mughal, 1750.
RFE1NA63–Vintage retro hipster style image of Taj Mahal on sunrise sunset reflection in Yamuna river panorama in fog, Indian Symbol
RMFFDAJN–INDIA: PEAFOWL, c1610. /nMale and female peafowl. Mughal album painting, c1610, attributed to Ustad Mansur, Nadir al-Asr.
RMG3AX9M–SHAH JAHAN I Mughal Emperor of India (1628-58), sitting in his garden at Nazim, Kashmir Date: 1592 - 1666
RMHHG8B9–Indian Mughal miniature depicting a young ascetic in front of a pavilion guarded by a leopard. Rajasthan school; Album of Ragamala 19th century
RMKWDM8E–PORTRAIT OF A SUFI, Indian, Mughal painting, 1600-1620s, ink, opaque watercolor, gold on paper. Sufis were Muslim mystics who renounced the material world. In a meditative posture, he is dressed in rough fur, has an alms bowl, and a flute (BSLOC 2017 16 31)
RMECXN25–Colorful Mughal painting of Ganesh at maharaja's City Palace complex, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
RMB223E0–Window of HUMAYUNS TOMB a fine example of MUGHAL architecture NEW DELHI INDIA MR
RMB5W6G9–Inlaid bowl jade inlaid with precious stones. Mughal. 18th century. National Museum of New Delhi India 48.9/46 5.6 cm high
RMERYXAM–Babur, Zahir ud Din Muhammad, Mughal Empire Founder, Mughal dynasty first Emperor, miniature painting, India, Asia
RM2D5GPJ0–Akbar the Great. Painting entitled 'Akbar With Lion and Calf', showing the third Mughal emperor, Abu'l-Fath Jalal-ud-din Muhammad Akbar (1542-1605) by Govardhan , c.1630
RMMBFJ9J–Emperor Shah Jehan
RMW7CCKA–Portrait of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.
RMG3YEPX–Mughal - A page of the Dastan-i Amir Hamza (Hamzanama)
RMGG2G6C–Lacknow or Murshidabad school Evening party in the garden of a Mughal Palace c.1760 Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France
RM2F6TH22–Rose Water Sprinkler (gulab pash) - Mughal period, late 18th century - India. Silver and enamel. 1775 - 1800.
RMRY5MXN–Bracelet, 1700s. India, Mughal, Rajasthan, Jaipur, 18th century. Gold, emeralds, diamonds, and enamel; overall: 4 cm (1 9/16 in
RFABCC42–Mehrauli Quwwat ul Islam Mosque structure Delhi Mughal history architecture Prayer Hall delhi india
RMJR30NX–Mughal-Safavid War,Siege of Kandahar,1653
RMAD0N56–Box with lid. Mughal, early 18th century.
RMKWDJH6–PRINCE MOHAMMED BULAND AKHTAR AT PRAYER, by Hujraj, Indian, Mughal painting, 17th c., watercolor. An Islamic Mughal prince praying on a mat with a design symbolic of the gateway to paradise (BSLOC 2017 16 25)
RMG36NG2–Babur (1483-1531), Mughal Emperor of India (ruled 1526-1530), depicted with his army invading Persia. Date: circa 1526
RMHHG8CA–Indian Mughal miniature depicting a Prince being saluted by soldiers after he had killed a White Elephant. Rajasthan school; Album of Ragamala 19th century
RMFFT2KH–INDIA: CRANES, c1627. /nA pair of cranes. Mughal drawing, c1627.
RMTWPP4E–The Pearl Mosque, Delhi. By Charles Dudley Tennant (1867-1952). The Moti Masjid is a white marble mosque inside the Red Fort complex in Delhi, India. The name translates into English as Pearl Mosque. Located to the west of the Hammam and close to the Diwan-i-Khas, it was built by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (1618-1707) from 1659-1660.
RMB2232X–The West Gate and HUMAYUNS TOMB built in 1565 and a fine example of MUGHAL architecture NEW DELHI INDIA
RMB5W6N6–Glass hookah bowls decorated with gold work. Mughal. 18th century. National Museum of New Delhi India 60.1571. 17 & 18.2 cm hig
RMET5G04–Akbar, Akbar the Great, Akbar I, Mughal Emperor, Abul Fath Jalal ud din Muhammad Akbar, Delhi, India, Asia, Asian, Indian, vintage steel engraving
RM2D6199B–Akbar the Great. Painting entitled ''Akbar Hunting', showing the third Mughal emperor, Abu'l-Fath Jalal-ud-din Muhammad Akbar (1542-1605). From an illustrated manuscript of the Akbarnama, the chronicle of Emperor Akbar's life, late 16th century
RMMBFJAE–Emperor Ahmad Shah, equestrian, in the hunting field
RMC8FXWT–View of the Shalimar Gardens built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan, Lahore, Pakistan
RM2FM51PW–Shah Jahan (1592-1666), 5th Mughal Emperor, portrait painting circa 1680
RM2B01B1T–India: Mughal prince riding on horseback in full armour. Miniature painting, c. 1640. Mughal period miniature painting from an album featuring portraits of Timur the Great and his descendants, mid-17th century.
RMP1K1MF–Mughal Coin, 1556-1605. Artist: Unknown.
RMRY58GY–Hookah bowl, early 1700s. India, Mughal Dynasty (1526-1756). Glass with colored enamel and gilding; overall: 17.8 cm (7 in
RMFAFPCJ–Abu'l-Fath Jalal ud-din Muhammad Akbar, aka Akbar I and Akbar the Great, 1542 - 1605. 3rd Mughal Emperor.
RMJR31C3–The Mughal-Safavid War of 1649-53 was fought between the Mughal and Safavid empires in the territory of modern Afghanistan. The war began after a Persian army, while the Mughals were at war with the Janid Uzbeks, captured the fortress city of Kandahar and other strategic cities that controlled the region. Shah Jahan sent Aurangzeb with 50,000 soldiers to recapture it, but although he defeated the Safavids outside the city he was unable to take it. He attempted to take the fortress city again in 1652. After two months of fighting Persian resistance and the growing activities of the Uzbeks, Aura
RMBMAR98–Carpet fragment. Mughal, India, mid-17th century
RMKWDJH8–PRINCE RIDING AN ELEPHANT, by Khem Karan, 16th-17th c., Indian, Mughal watercolor painting. Elephants were prized and often the subject of Mughal artworks. The artist worked in the court of Akbar the Great, the third Mughal emperor, who reigned from 1556 to 1605 (BSLOC 2017 16 27)
RM2D5HDCK–Grotesque Dancers Performing, circa 1600. India, Subimperial Mughal period, early 17th Century.
RMG3AX91–FARRUKHSIYAR Mughal Emperor of India (1717-19), assassinated Date: - 1719
RMF7NB25–The mughal emperor Babu visits his soldiers while mounted on an elephant. 17th century. Babur was a conqueror from Central Asia who, succeeded in laying the basis for the Mughal dynasty in the Indian Subcontinent and became the first Mughal emperor
RMFF87R3–INDIAN MUGHAL PAINTING. /nAlexander receives homage of Qaid, King of Hindustan.
RMERGCEN–Shah Alam II, the Great Mughal, sovereign of Hindustan, entering the English camp, 1764. Signed treaty to guarantee his
RF2JA4MTD–India or the Mogul's Empire. South Asia Indochina Mughal Empire. MOLL 1709 map
RM2AN3D2M–SHAH JAHAN (1592-1666) fifth Mughal emperor who created the Taj Mahal
RMERYXG9–Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal smelling pink rose flower ; Mughal emperor and empress ; Miniature Painting ; India ; Asia ; painting
RM2FNCNGK–Shah Jahan. Portrait of the fifth Mughal emperor, Shahab-ud-din Muhammad Khurram (1592-1666), c.1630
RMBNRH5P–Portrait of Muhi-ud-Din Muhammad Aurangzeb Bahadur Alamgir I the sixth Mughal emperor of India, (3 November 1618 – 3 March 1707)
RM2FM51PT–Palace scene with Shah Jahan (1592-1666), fifth Mughal Emperor, painting 1700-1725
RM2B01B1Y–India: Mughal Royal Lineage - House of Timur, A prince holding a fly-whisk in one hand and a sword over his shoulder. Miniature painting, c. 1640. Mughal period miniature painting from an album featuring portraits of Timur the Great and his descendants, mid-17th century.
RMP1K1MT–Mughal Coin, 1556-1605. Artist: Unknown.
RMAWF9M6–Delhi India Mughal Tombs On Outskirts Of City
RMFAHCBY–Reputed portrait of Nur Jahan, 1577 – 1645, born as Mehr-un-Nissa. Empress of the Mughal Empire as the chief consort of Emperor Jahangir.
RM2A601DE–Mughal Prince, together with servants Punjab India, c1840
RMKWDJHD–PORTRAIT OF A SUFI, Indian, Mughal painting, 1600-1620s, ink, opaque watercolor, gold on paper. Sufis were Muslim mystics who renounced the material world. In a meditative posture, he is dressed in rough fur, has an alms bowl, and a flute (BSLOC 2017 16 31)
RMKE85B4–Two elephants carrying the fish and sun insignia of Mughal sovereignty - Mazhar Ali Khan (possibly), circa 1840
RMG389DA–A Mughal emperor of India, seated on his portable throne Date: 17th century
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