SCALES OF JUSTICE SCREEN DURING MUGHAL EMPEROR HUMAYUN II 1857-1877

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June 30, 1870
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Humayun II 1857-1877

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Facing page: Fig. 101: SCALES OF JUSTICE SCREEN, photograph by Joseph Beglar,
1870-80. From the Archaeological Survey of India collection. This beautiful jali is in the
Tasbih Khana facing the south side of the Diwan-i Khas and is placed over the Nahr-i
Bihisht which runs underneath it. The upper semi-circular panel depicts a crescent moon,
stars and the scales of justice, the latter used as a regal emblem. The lower section is
carved in an intricate floral and lattice work design. Here seated on an improvised throne
in front of the screen Bahadur Shah was declared emperor in 1837.
British Library, London, Photo 1003/(876)

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Thank You for Suggestion and replaced image with proper one.

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