Princess on a Balcony
India, Mughal, late 18th century
Opaque watercolors and gold on paper

Princess on a Balcony

India, Mughal, late 18th century

Opaque watercolors and gold on paper

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    While many Mughal princesses didn’t marry, many are thought to have had lovers.
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