The Aged Mullah, Farrukh Beg, c.1615. Opaque watercolour and gold on paper (India, Jahangir Period).

The Aged Mullah, Farrukh Beg, c.1615. Opaque watercolour and gold on paper (India, Jahangir Period).

Partly colored drawing pasted on an album leaf. “A Prince with Courtiers in a Landscape”. Attributed to Muhammad Qasim Iran, Isfahan (Herat); c. 1650

Partly colored drawing pasted on an album leaf. “A Prince with Courtiers in a Landscape”. Attributed to Muhammad Qasim Iran, Isfahan (Herat); c. 1650

In Southeast Asian mythology Kinnaras, are depicted as half-bird, half-woman creatures, and are one of the many creatures that inhabit the mythical Himavanta. Kinnaris have the head, torso, and arms of a woman and the wings, tail of a swan.

In Southeast Asian mythology Kinnaras, are depicted as half-bird, half-woman creatures, and are one of the many creatures that inhabit the mythical Himavanta. Kinnaris have the head, torso, and arms of a woman and the wings, tail of a swan.

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