Begum Hunting with Trained Falcons

Date Created: 30 April 2018

Author: Nainsukh of Guler, Kangra, the 18th century's celebrated painter.

Source: FHT Facebook with many thanks to Vikram Jit Singh

Owner: the book, 'Nainsukh of Guler', by Prof. BN Goswamy

Location: India

Link to: Website

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Begum Hunting with Trained Falcons

'Begum sakar te', is the original inscription written on this work by Nainsukh of Guler, Kangra, the 18th century's celebrated painter.

Prof. BN Goswamy finds this painting very rich in its depiction of nature and subtle sexual imagery.

PHOTO: From the book, 'Nainsukh of Guler', by Prof. BN Goswamy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._N._Goswamy

With many thanks to Vikram Jit Singh.

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