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Dhanasri Ragini. Indian, Rajasthani First half of 18th century.  Amber or Jaipur, Rajasthan, Northern India

Dhanasri Ragini. Indian, Rajasthani First half of 18th century. Amber or Jaipur, Rajasthan, Northern India

The detail in this painting is remarkable as it only measures 25/15cm. I really like the garb worn b the attendants with their intricate borders.  Shiva with female attendants. Illustration to the musical mode Bhairava raga from a Ragamala series painted at Chunar, 1591.  In V Indian Court Painting by Andrew Topsfield.

The detail in this painting is remarkable as it only measures 25/15cm. I really like the garb worn b the attendants with their intricate borders. Shiva with female attendants. Illustration to the musical mode Bhairava raga from a Ragamala series painted at Chunar, 1591. In V Indian Court Painting by Andrew Topsfield.

Ragamala Bhairavi Ragini (Shiva devotion). Nepal, ca. 1650-75, gouache on paper.  Private collection

Ragamala Bhairavi Ragini (Shiva devotion). Nepal, ca. 1650-75, gouache on paper. Private collection

SHIVA WATCHES PARVATI SLEEP  ABOUT 1780–90  GARHWAL OR KANGRA, PUNJAB HILLS, NORTHERN INDIA

SHIVA WATCHES PARVATI SLEEP ABOUT 1780–90 GARHWAL OR KANGRA, PUNJAB HILLS, NORTHERN INDIA

Ragamala Series No.6: 'The Lotus Gatherers', by Radha Ramachandran | ratlion.blogspot.in

Ragamala Series No.6: 'The Lotus Gatherers', by Radha Ramachandran | ratlion.blogspot.in

Ragamala texts describe the woman in this scene as “a lady whose gesture is one of languor and silence, whose eyes are restless from lack of sleep, who is exhausted by the effort of love-making.” Here, the artist shows a woman sitting with arms upraised in longing, looking back at an empty bed in an attempt to translate the mood of the text and the related musical passage into a pictorial representation

Ragamala texts describe the woman in this scene as “a lady whose gesture is one of languor and silence, whose eyes are restless from lack of sleep, who is exhausted by the effort of love-making.” Here, the artist shows a woman sitting with arms upraised in longing, looking back at an empty bed in an attempt to translate the mood of the text and the related musical passage into a pictorial representation

Ragamala texts describe the woman in this scene as “a lady whose gesture is one of languor and silence, whose eyes are restless from lack of sleep, who is exhausted by the effort of love-making.” Here, the artist shows a woman sitting with arms upraised in longing, looking back at an empty bed in an attempt to translate the mood of the text and the related musical passage into a pictorial representation

Ragamala texts describe the woman in this scene as “a lady whose gesture is one of languor and silence, whose eyes are restless from lack of sleep, who is exhausted by the effort of love-making.” Here, the artist shows a woman sitting with arms upraised in longing, looking back at an empty bed in an attempt to translate the mood of the text and the related musical passage into a pictorial representation

Ragamala texts describe the woman in this scene as “a lady whose gesture is one of languor and silence, whose eyes are restless from lack of sleep, who is exhausted by the effort of love-making.” Here, the artist shows a woman sitting with arms upraised in longing, looking back at an empty bed in an attempt to translate the mood of the text and the related musical passage into a pictorial representation

Ragamala texts describe the woman in this scene as “a lady whose gesture is one of languor and silence, whose eyes are restless from lack of sleep, who is exhausted by the effort of love-making.” Here, the artist shows a woman sitting with arms upraised in longing, looking back at an empty bed in an attempt to translate the mood of the text and the related musical passage into a pictorial representation

A lady on a ornamented stool with a female companion. Ragamala, Opaque pigments on paper, possibly Bundi, North India, second half 18th century

A lady on a ornamented stool with a female companion. Ragamala, Opaque pigments on paper, possibly Bundi, North India, second half 18th century

Indian Ragamala Painting (unidentified). Deccan (probably Hyderabad). Date	c.1750-1800

Indian Ragamala Painting (unidentified). Deccan (probably Hyderabad). Date c.1750-1800

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