Kakubha. ca. 1615-1800. Watercolor from the Ragamala Paintings (photographs by Klaus Ebeling of images in museums and private collections on Ragamala Painting all over the world, digitized and collected by the Cornell University Library). See also Klaus Ebeling's book about the Ragamala: Rāgamālā Painting (1973).
a very interesting source of material!
Going Global in Mughal India. Digital muraqqa (album) project by Sumathi Ramaswamy, professor of history and international comparative studies at Duke University, documenting cartographic practices in the Indian subcontinent.
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