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The House of Bijapur, ca. 1680. Creators: Kamal Muhammad, Chand Muhammad
The House of Bijapur, ca. 1680. Creators: Kamal Muhammad, Chand Muhammad
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Eight Lines of Musical Poetry of the Jajner Nauras (Rag Bhairav) of Ibrahim Adil Shah
Eight Lines of Musical Poetry of the Jajner Nauras (Rag Bhairav) of Ibrahim Adil Shah
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The Mausoleum of Ibrahim Shah, King of Bijapur, at Bijapur, 1821, (1936). Creator: Unknown
The Mausoleum of Ibrahim Shah, King of Bijapur, at Bijapur, 1821, (1936). Creator: Unknown
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Ali Adil Shah II of Bijapur with a Woman. Artist: Indian Art
Ali Adil Shah II of Bijapur with a Woman. Artist: Indian Art
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Ali Adil Shah I, Sultan of Bijapur. Artist: Indian Art
Ali Adil Shah I, Sultan of Bijapur. Artist: Indian Art
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A Nameless Tomb, Bijapur, c1880 (1905). Artist: Alexander Henry Hallam Murray
A Nameless Tomb, Bijapur, c1880 (1905). Artist: Alexander Henry Hallam Murray
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Sunset Behind the Ibrahim Roza, Bijapur, c1880 (1905). Artist: Alexander Henry Hallam Murray
Sunset Behind the Ibrahim Roza, Bijapur, c1880 (1905). Artist: Alexander Henry Hallam Murray
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The Shahpur Gate, Bijapur, c1880 (1905). Artist: Alexander Henry Hallam Murray
The Shahpur Gate, Bijapur, c1880 (1905). Artist: Alexander Henry Hallam Murray
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The Gol Gumbaz, Bijapur, c1880 (1905). Artist: Alexander Henry Hallam Murray
The Gol Gumbaz, Bijapur, c1880 (1905). Artist: Alexander Henry Hallam Murray
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Anand Mahall, Bijapur, Karnataka, India, c1925
Anand Mahall, Bijapur, Karnataka, India, c1925
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Mihtari Mahall, Bijapur, Karnataka, India, c1925
Mihtari Mahall, Bijapur, Karnataka, India, c1925
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Eight Lines of Musical Poetry of the Jajner Nauras (Rag Bhairav) of Ibrahim Adil Shah Featured Image

Eight Lines of Musical Poetry of the Jajner Nauras (Rag Bhairav) of Ibrahim Adil Shah

Eight Lines of Musical Poetry of the Jajner Nauras (Rag Bhairav) of Ibrahim Adil Shah of Bijapur, late 1600s. Ibrahim Adil Shah II was a visionary ruler in the southern territories of the Deccan between 1580 and 1627 with his court based in the city of Bijapur. He maintained independence from Mughal encroachments from the north and fostered a distinctive culture infused with mystical Sufi ideals and a distinctive blending of Hindu and Islamic elements. This work of calligraphy is a verse composed by Ibrahim Adil Shah II that exemplifies his love of music and poetry. Normally a Hindu court tradition, ragamalas, or musical modes, were recast by Ibrahim Adil Shah in the local Dakhini language and incorporated into his Islamic milieu. The spectacular marbling on which the verse is written in Arabic script is a characteristic of the Deccan, where marbling was prized for its mysterious and random beauty. Mounted on an imperial Mughal album page with an image of the Hindu ruler Ram Singh on the verso, the placement of this Deccani calligraphy may have functioned as a tribute to Ram Singh's father, who served the Mughal emperor in the Deccan from 1659 until 1666

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