BABUR AND HIS ARMY EMERGE FROM THE KHWAJA DIDAR FORT
June 30, 1556
Painting, detached from album. Babur and his army emerge from the Khwaja Didar Fort, from a Babur Nama manuscript. Babur is shown riding a fully armored horse, emerging with his cavalry from the Khwaja Didar fort, where he wintered in 1497. A drummer rides a camel behind him and another soldier leans forward to hold a parasol over Babur's head. The broken arrows in the left foreground indicate that the battle with Shaybani Khan the Uzbek has already begun. The fort is ringed with red brick walls and crenellated battlements. Inside a tomb with a vaulted roof, various buildings, pavilions and canopies are visible.
Drawn by: Baswan
Painted by: Dharm Ds
Trustees of the British Museum
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Thank You for Suggestion and replaced image with proper one.
This is not the same may be one of his great grand children ???
Rajasthan, Delhi and Agra ar