Mughal Miniatures
Mughal painting is a particular style of South Asian painting, generally confined to miniatures either as book illustrations or as single works to be kept in albums, which emerged from Persian miniature painting, with Indian Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist influences, and developed largely in the court of the Mughal Empire (16th - 19th centuries), and later spread to other Indian courts, both Muslim and Hindu, and later Sikh.
A Pleasure Pavilion
A Young Woman Visited by the Sultanís Viziers c1570
A Mughal nobleman on horseback, a Mughal miniature, c 1656-1661
A Mughal warrior and his wife
Portrait of Sayyid Abdullah Khan holding court Early 18th century
Archery Competition. India, Mughal Period, c1600.
The War Elephants Citranand and Udiya collide in battle
The Surrender of Kandahar (1638)
Azim ush-Shan on the imperial throne receives the investiture of Khizr
Bahadur Shah I with his sons handing a sarpech to a grandson c1710
Darbar of Jahangir (1620 AD)
Emperor Jahangir weighing his son Prince Khurram -Shah Jahan, in gold in 1607
Emperor Jahangir receiving his two sons  c1605
Farrukh Beck. old mulla 1615
Govardhan Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh c1638
Govardhan Shaikh Hosein Jami and Attendant 1620-25
Hindu Saints  a Mughal miniature c.1740
Portrait of a European Europeans first came to the Mughal empire in the late 1570s
Mumtaz Mahal
Meeting of Shah 'Abbas I of Iran (1571-1629) and Khan 'Alam, the ambassador of Mughal India
Krishna kills Shrigala Mughal painting, c. 1585
Portrait of Lal Kunwar
Mughal miniature attributed to Basawan, Lahore   Alexander visits the Sage Plato
Shah Jehan with Angel musicians
Prince and Ladies in a Garden, mid-18th century; Mughal
Sa'di in a Rose Garden, Reign of Emperor Shah Jahan, early 16th century.