In India, Mughal paintings evolved during the rule of various Mughal rulers like Akbar, Shah Jahan, Jahangir. This Mughal Art form is fusion of Indo-Persian style and belong to the south Asian school of Art.
This Handmade Mughal Darbar painting made with natural stone pigments on handwoven fine silk cloth depicts a typical Bethak scene where Queen is sitting on her royal golden throne placed at open terrace of her palace which also have a very beautiful water fountain. she is having discussion with royal priest regarding understanding some ayat of Holly Quran. Royal priest is trying gently to explain Holly message of Ayat to Queen and every person around them are listening it carefully .This particular art work include more Persian style of art as compared to Indian style by using golden black colour theme exclusively.
Size of this unframed art is 14*20 inches