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|Size||Length - 13.5 inches. Width - 10.5 inches. (63 piece puzzle)|
Mughal miniature paintings can be traced back to the 16th century. Two master artists from the Persian court accompanied Humayun when he came back from exile to reclaim his throne. His son Akbar gathered indigenous artists and set up a great atelier. He commissioned thousands of paintings mainly to illustrate manuscripts. The Indian artists were overseen and trained by the Persian masters. Elements of Persian miniatures began to mingle with the traditional motifs of murals and scrolls of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain schools.This synthesis flowered into the distinctive Mughal school of miniature paintings. The tradition flourished through the reigns of Jahangir, Shahjahan and even Aurangzeb. Emperor Babar’s love of nature and flowers was shared by all the Great Moghuls. They laid out many unique gardens known as the Chaarbags.
This is the spirit that breathes life into the bright and stylised renderings of flowers and floral motifs seen in this puzzle.
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