The Great Mughal hunting

The great Mughal hunting. Hunting during Mughal era took real appearance of military campaigns. It could span over several weeks. The support of the army was asked to gather the animals in a closed perimeter where hunting was then taking place.

Mughal School of Painting, around 1680

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1000 pieces puzzle ; assembled puzzle : 48 X 68 cm.

 

Prince Muhammad Muazzam, later Emperor Bahadur Shah (reigning 1707-1712) wearing a green jama appropriated to the activity of huntin. Two aids are supporting on their shoulders the musket used by the prince, while another one, in distant, is holding a gun in reserve. Upper left is a camp with elephants, horsemen and canopy ; beyond, we can see beaters. On the right are shown wild animals.

Hunting, a royal entertainment par excellence, gave rise to large displacements and gathered processions of elephants, hundreds of riders, porters, various servants and could extend over large distances. (Notice BnF)

  • Nombre de pièces : 1000
  • Taille : 48 X 68 cm.

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