A Mohammedan Mughal woman, 18th century.

Sari, Mohammedan, Mughal, costume, India, Oriental, William Daniell
A Mughal woman presented a rose to the Lord

A Mohammedan Mughal woman, 18th century.

“A Mughal woman presented a rose to his Lord”. Noble woman and noble men of the Mughal Empire in 18th century.

Source: The Oriental Annual, or Scenes in India. Comprising twenty-five engravings from original drawings by William Daniell, R.A. and a descriptive Account by the Rev. Hobart Caunter, B.D. London: Published by Edward Bull, Holles Street, Cavendish Square, 1834.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
Note:  Brunswick robe. Cottage gipsy straw bonnet. 1795.
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