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Product images of Muhammad Shah at the jharoka, c.1735-40
Product details Muhammad Shah at the jharoka, c.1735-40
Muhammad Shah at the jharoka, c.1735-40
A portrait of the Emperor, Muhammad Shah standing at his palace window (known as the viewing window) so that his public audience can see him. A customary tradition at the time. Ascribed to Govardhan II, c. 1738.
Johnson Album 38, f. 7v
- Image ref: 080984
- The British Library Board