Bihishtābād

The History, Art and Architecture of the Mughal Empire

Muhammad Juki’s Shah-namah

Over at The Mughalist, a video-lecture by Barbara Brend on Muhammad Juki’s Shah-namah:

[tracing] the history of one manuscript of the Shah-namah–one likely commissioned by the Timurid prince Muhammad Juki (d. 1447), which later entered the royal library of the Mughals in India.

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