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Prince Aurangzeb reports to Shah Jahan in durbar at Lahore in 1649.
Mughal and Rajput officers stand in a group on the right, with standard-bearers behind them, and on the left as the emperor’s third son Prince Aurangzeb salutes his father Shah Jahan, in durbar at Lahore in 1649, Mughal 1650–5. Add.Or.3853. As featured in the British Library exhibition, Mughal India: Art, Culture and Empire.
- Image reference B20056-25
- Copyright The British Library Board