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Shah-Jahan receives his three eldest sons and Asaf Khan during his accession ceremonies

Bichitr, 1630 – 1657
Shah-Jahan receives his three eldest sons and Asaf Khan during his accession ceremonies, Bichitr
Shah-Jahan receives his three eldest sons and Asaf Khan during his accession ceremonies, zoomed in
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Shah-Jahan receives his three eldest sons and Asaf Khan during his accession ceremonies is a Mughal Watercolor, Ink and Gold Leaf Painting created by Bichitr between 1630 and 1657. It lives at the Royal Collection in London. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Royalty and Family. SourceDownload

In this illuminated miniature by Bichitr, the Mughal Emperor Shah-Jahan welcomes his three sons and his father-in-law Asaf Khan. The miniature is part of the Padshahnama, or the “Chronicle of the King of the World,” a beautiful collection of 22 single and 11 double-page miniatures by 14 of the finest artists of the Mughal courts. The Padshahnama describes the reign of Emperor Shah-Jahan in rich color and gold leaf.

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