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Tuti-nama: The king of the Ocean assuming human form betakes himself to the Brahmin's house to be taken to the Raja (Tale XI)

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Title: Tuti-nama: The king of the Ocean assuming human form betakes himself to the Brahmin's house to be taken to the Raja (Tale XI)
Author(s): Cleveland Museum of Art
Photographer: Arthur Llewellyn Basham
Keywords: Mughal Miniatures: Tuti-nama (Cleveland);paintings;miniatures;photograph
Description: The large patch of red wall as backdrop, as well as the heavy features of the men, remind one strongly of Rajasthani and popular Mughal painting of the early seventeenth century. Note, however, the easy flowing manner in which the ends of the dupatta are shown fluttering and the turban with kulah but without the trellis of the type that is seen on the heads of Hindu priests in the painting of the Akbar period -- Folio 92 recto.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/187705
Other Identifiers: ANUA 682-2754

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