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Jahangir: A Connoisseur of Mughal Art

@inproceedings{Srivastava2001JahangirAC,
  title={Jahangir: A Connoisseur of Mughal Art},
  author={Sadhna Srivastava and Sanjeev P. Srivastava},
  year={2001}
}
This study of the ancient Mughal ruler includes information on his love for naturalist art, a comparative study of the paintings created during his reign and the reign of Akbar, and a historical survey of Mughal painting. 

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