Emperor Babur (d.
1530 CE) Supervising the Laying Out of the Garden of Fidelity in Kabul. Digitally Enhanced Reproduction of a Museum Quality Masterpiece.
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* Overall Frame Size: 12 x 15 inches
* Image Size: 10.5 x 13.5 inches
Media: Long Life Faux Canvas
Painted by Bishandas with portraits by Nanha. Right panel of a two-part
illustration to the Baburnama, circa 1590. The strips of text point out
that the pool surrounded by a clover meadow and orange and pomegranate trees was
the best place in the garden.
Babur the founder of the Mughal dynasty in India, created gardens (bagh's)
wherever he went. Here we see him in the process of laying out his favorite
garden, the Bagh-i-wafa (Garden of Fidelity), which he created outside
Kabul in 1508-09. The Iranian char bagh design in which, waterways
and pathways intersecting at right angles, create 'char' (meaning 'four')
flowerbeds, paved walkways, platforms, and pools, is clearly illustrated in this
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