SHAH JAHAN AND MUMTAZ PAINTING
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Item Description -
* Painting Size (inch) :- 6 by 8 inches(each)
* Frame Size (inch) :- 18 by 12 inches
* Original/Reproduction :- Original
* Style :- Miniature
* Region of Origin:- Rajasthan (INDIA)
*Painting Surface:- Synthetic Ivory
*Quantity Type:- Single Piece Work
Product Description –
This is a very fine piece of Art painted on Synthetic Ivory. It is very rare find piece like this online but at INDMINIATUREART we sell the best Miniature at the best prices. In the Painting, you can see a Beautiful Pair of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz painted with very delicate work with squirrel hair brush. Only Natural Colors and Squirrel hair brushes are used to paint this masterpiece.
It is Painted on Synthetic Ivory and the Painting has also been Framed.
The work is very Detailed and very fine in this Painting.
Shah Jahan had Built Taj Mahal in memories of Mumtaz and is regarded as a Symbol of Love.
Shah Jahan and Mumtaz
Shah Jahan (Persian: شاه جهان; "King of the World"), was the fifth Mughal emperor, who reigned from 1628 to 1658. His reign represented the height of the Mughal Architecture, most notably the Taj Mahal. His relationship with his wife Mumtaz Mahal has been heavily adapted into Indian art, literature, and cinema.
Shah Jahan was widely considered the most competent of Emperor Jahangir's four sons and after Jahangir's death in late 1627, when a war of succession ensued, Shah Jahan emerged victorious. He put to death all of his rivals for the throne and crowned himself emperor in January 1628 in Agra under the regnal title "Shah Jahan" (which was originally given to him as a princely title). Although an able military commander, Shah Jahan is perhaps best remembered for his architectural achievements. The period of his reign is widely considered the golden age of Mughal Architecture. Shah Jahan commissioned many monuments, the best known of which is the Taj Mahal in Agra, which entombs his wife Mumtaz Mahal.
In September 1657, Shah Jahan fell seriously ill. This set off a war of succession among his four sons in which his third son, Aurangzeb, emerged victorious. Shah Jahan recovered from his illness, but Aurangzeb put his father under house arrest in Agra Fort from July 1658 until his death in January 1666. On 31 July 1658, Aurangzeb crowned himself emperor under the title "Alamgir".
The Mughal Empire reached the pinnacle of its glory during Shah Jahan's reign and he is widely considered to be one of the greatest Mughal emperors.
In 1607, Khurram became engaged to Arjumand Banu Begum (1593–1631), who is also known as Mumtaz Mahal (Persian for "the chosen one of the Palace"). They met in their youth. They were about 14 and 15 when they were engaged, and five years later they got married. The young girl belonged to an illustrious Persian noble family that had been serving Mughal Emperors since the reign of Akbar. The family's patriarch was Mirza Ghiyas Beg, who was also known by his title I'timād-ud-Daulah or "Pillar of the State". He had been Jahangir's finance minister and his son, Asaf Khan – Arjumand Banu's father – played an important role in the Mughal court, eventually serving as Chief Minister. Her aunt was the Empress Nur Jahan and is thought to have played matchmaker in arranging the marriage.
· About US
We at INDMINIATUREART, provide you with the best quality of Artwork. All our art work are of supreme quality and are painted with only squirrel hair brushes. All the surfaces that we paint on are accepted worldwide. We are creating and dealing in the Art line for the past 35 years.All the artwork that we have are genuine and the material that we paint on vary. We use a mixture of Natural Stone colors and Vegetable Colors, depending on the need of painting. Also physically we are located in Udaipur, Rajasthan (India).
Shipping Policy and Handling Time –
We ship our Art Works worldwide through India Economy Post and Fedex.
Normal Shipping we Provide is through India Post, but if you need the Artwork early then there would be
additional charges as then we would need to send through FedEx.
- Also the Art work would be shipped within 24 hours of Cleared Payment.
We accept returns within 14 days of buyer receiving the Art work.