The Indian Portrait IV: Muraqqa – an Anthological Journey of the Mughal Empire

The Mughal documentation is known as the best recorded history of the world. The exhibition and catalogue is an attempt to showcase the lineage of the Mughal emperors who ruled in India and their heritage, in terms of their lives, pursuits, art, conquests, administration alongwith a peep into their shrewd politics.

All works are part of a Mughal Muraqqa compiled by Hakim Ahsanallah Khan, who was the chief adviser of the last Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar, in the year 1270 A. H. (1854 A. D.). They were exhibited in October 2014.

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