- Diverse Islamic art spans centuries in 'Pearls'
- Many of the works, mostly paintings, refer to Abu'l Fazl's huge “Akbarnama” (or “Book of Akbar”), a three-volume account of royal life under the ruler known for embracing liberal and intellectual views.
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- MCLI, instituted with an endowment of `32 crore by Rohan Murty , has published translations of ancient vedic texts, including Tulsidas's Ramcharitmanas, Abu' l-Fazl's Akbar nama, Bharavi's Kiratarjuniya, Bullhe Shah's Sufi lyrics, and Surdas's poetry.
- Art: Pearls of the Orient
- Besides Muhammad Zaman, there is Abu'l Fazl ibn Mubarak, a key historian and translator in the 16th-century court of Mughal emperor Akbar, whose three-volume Akbarnama (History of Akbar) is still considered a definitive account of the ruler's feats and ...
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- But Salma apa points out that the Musamman, referred to in the Akbarnama as one of the 30 dishes on the emperor's table, was possibly a precursor to the Murgh Musallam. Weekend's dinner at aunt-in-law's house and I carried Murg Musallam - a chicken ...
- A great portrait
- To be certain the emperor is seen in countless paintings made during his own reign and that of his successors; in the illustrated ms.
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