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The Emperor Shah Jahan and three of his sons and courtiers

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June 30, 1635
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Religion and Festival
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Shah Jahan 1627–1658

The Emperor Shah Jahan and three of his sons and courtiers

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An opaque watercolor painting on paper depicting The Emperor Shah Jahan and three of his sons and courtiers, approaching an Eidgah for Muslim festival, possibly at Ajmer. ca. 1635 Opaque watercolor on paper Copyright: V&A Images

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Ismail Mazari

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