Left: La’l and Kesav Khord, illustration from the Akbarnama, c. 1586-89, Mughal Empire, opaque watercolour and gold on paper, 33 x 20 cm (© Victoria and Albert Museum, London); Right: Page from a Hamza Nama manuscript, 1562-77, Imperial Mughal school (Brooklyn Museum)


Left: La'l and Kesav Khord, illustration from the Akbarnama, c. 1586-89, Mughal Empire, opaque watercolour and gold on paper, 33 x 20 cm (© Victoria and Albert Museum, London); Right: Page from a Hamza Nama manuscript, 1562-77, Imperial Mughal school (Brooklyn Museum)

Left: La’l and Kesav Khord, illustration from the Akbarnama, c. 1586-89, Mughal Empire, opaque watercolour and gold on paper, 33 x 20 cm (© Victoria and Albert Museum, London); Right: Page from a Hamza Nama manuscript, 1562-77, Imperial Mughal school (Brooklyn Museum)

Cite this page as: Dr. Naraelle Hohensee, "Left: La’l and Kesav Khord, illustration from the Akbarnama, c. 1586-89, Mughal Empire, opaque watercolour and gold on paper, 33 x 20 cm (© Victoria and Albert Museum, London); Right: Page from a Hamza Nama manuscript, 1562-77, Imperial Mughal school (Brooklyn Museum)," in Smarthistory, March 3, 2017, accessed May 22, 2018, https://smarthistory.org/akbarnama/akbarnama-and-jail/.