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badshahimosque.jpg (600×331) miniature by Seema Mirza

badshahimosque.jpg (600×331) miniature by Seema Mirza

Timur (1336–1405), the Central Asian ruler from whom the Mughals were descended, sits in the centre of this allegorical painting handing the imperial crown to the founder of the Mughal dynasty, Babur (r.1526–1530), who is seated to his right. On his left is Babur’s son Humayun, the second Mughal emperor (r.1530–1540 and 1544–1545)  ca. 1630 V&A

Timur (1336–1405), the Central Asian ruler from whom the Mughals were descended, sits in the centre of this allegorical painting handing the imperial crown to the founder of the Mughal dynasty, Babur (r.1526–1530), who is seated to his right. On his left is Babur’s son Humayun, the second Mughal emperor (r.1530–1540 and 1544–1545) ca. 1630 V&A

"Timur (1336–1405), the Central Asian ruler from whom the Mughals were descended, sits in the centre of this allegorical painting handing the imperial crown to the founder of the Mughal dynasty, Babur (r.1526–1530), who is seated to his right. On his left is Babur’s son Humayun, the second Mughal emperor (r.1530–1540 and 1544–1545), who briefly lost the throne and was forced into exile in Iran.

"Timur (1336–1405), the Central Asian ruler from whom the Mughals were descended, sits in the centre of this allegorical painting handing the imperial crown to the founder of the Mughal dynasty, Babur (r.1526–1530), who is seated to his right. On his left is Babur’s son Humayun, the second Mughal emperor (r.1530–1540 and 1544–1545), who briefly lost the throne and was forced into exile in Iran.

12 o clock (Amir Taimur Sahib-e-Qiran);  10 o clock (Miran Shah); 9 o clock (Sultan Muhammad); 7 o clock (Abu Sa'id Mirza); 6 o clock (Umar Shaikh Mirza II); 5 o clock (Babur); 3 o clock (Humayun); 2 o clock (Akbar) and in the center is Jahangir.

12 o clock (Amir Taimur Sahib-e-Qiran); 10 o clock (Miran Shah); 9 o clock (Sultan Muhammad); 7 o clock (Abu Sa'id Mirza); 6 o clock (Umar Shaikh Mirza II); 5 o clock (Babur); 3 o clock (Humayun); 2 o clock (Akbar) and in the center is Jahangir.

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