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Finally he developed cachexia and dropsy and grew terribly thin and weak. The loose jama that Inayat Khan wears falls open to reveal the courtiers sickly pallor, skeletal ribcage, and extraordinarily weakened condition.
Several days prior to this he requested that he be taken ahead to Agra. Although these rare images of death are routinely included in studies of Mughal painting, scholars fail to account for their place within the tradition of Mughal miniature painting, or for the motivations underlying their commission.
The second investigates ways in which Dying Inayat Khan abides by and challenges conventions and functions of traditional Mughal court portraiture.
Finally, the third critical lens reveals how Dying Inayat Khan evokes spiritual concerns that resonate with an allegorical mode of Mughal portraiture and with Jahangirs spiritually-guided perceptions of his own mortality and political potency.
Jahangir's description of the death of Inayat Khan is as follows written at Ajmer: On this date news came of the death of Inayat Khan. In addition to eating opium he also drank wine when he had the chance.Babur's capital was Delhi and hence the coins of Agra during his rule were having epithet Dar al Darb or Qilla Agra for Agra.MM reference is taken from Michael Mitchiner's book "Oriental Coins and their Values - The World of Islam" by Hawkins Publications 1977 (ISBN 0904173151). The fort was built by Akbar in 1581, to protect his empire against the inroads of his brother, Hakim Mirza, governor of Kabul; and he named it Atak-Banaras (now known as Attock) in contrast to Katak-Banaras, the fort which lay in the south-east corner of his empire.Ilahi Tenth month "دَی" (Di) written at the top right side."Ahmadabad" mint name written at bottom while Ilhai year (4x) on its right side.
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Mulher (Mayurnagari) is a village in the Nashik district of Maharashtra, India. Another story goes that Akbar, finding the Indus river impassable, named the fortress Atak, 'the obstacle,' and that when he effected a crossing he founded Khairabad, 'the abode of safety,' on the western bank of the river.