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Ein Dämon wird vom Affenprinzen Angada erschlagen. Folio aus dem "Shangri"-Ramayana, um 1700/10. Werkstatt für den Hof von Bahu, Stil III. Indien, Pahari-Region, Himachal Pradesh/ Jammu & Kashmir. Dauerleihgabe Barbara und Eberhard Fischer, Museum Rietberg, Zürich.

Ein Dämon wird vom Affenprinzen Angada erschlagen. Folio aus dem "Shangri"-Ramayana, um 1700/10. Werkstatt für den Hof von Bahu, Stil III. Indien, Pahari-Region, Himachal Pradesh/ Jammu & Kashmir. Dauerleihgabe Barbara und Eberhard Fischer, Museum Rietberg, Zürich.

Janaka welcoming Rama and his father Dasharatha in Janakpur of Nepal

Janaka welcoming Rama and his father Dasharatha in Janakpur of Nepal

VMFA Indian, Punjab Hills, Kulu Page from the “Shangri” Ramayana: The Search for Sita

VMFA Indian, Punjab Hills, Kulu Page from the “Shangri” Ramayana: The Search for Sita

Rama Bestows His Possessions on the Brahmins, His Friends, and Servants, Folio from the "Shangri" Ramayana (Adventures of Rama) The First Bahu Master (attributed to) (India, Jammu and Kashmir, Bahu, active circa 1680-1695) India, Jammu and Kashmir, Bahu, circa 1680-1695

Rama Bestows His Possessions on the Brahmins, His Friends, and Servants, Folio from the "Shangri" Ramayana (Adventures of Rama) The First Bahu Master (attributed to) (India, Jammu and Kashmir, Bahu, active circa 1680-1695) India, Jammu and Kashmir, Bahu, circa 1680-1695

Rama, Lakshmana, Hanuman and Sugriva Mourn the Death of Bali. Illustrated folio from the dispersed “Mankot" Ramayana, Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, India, probably Mankot or Nurpur, Punjab Hills, ca. 1725–50, Rama, Lakshmana, Sugriva (the lead monkey), and Hanuman, the semi­divine monkey assistant at the rear, are standing over the dead body of Bali. ...

Rama, Lakshmana, Hanuman and Sugriva Mourn the Death of Bali. Illustrated folio from the dispersed “Mankot" Ramayana, Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, India, probably Mankot or Nurpur, Punjab Hills, ca. 1725–50, Rama, Lakshmana, Sugriva (the lead monkey), and Hanuman, the semi­divine monkey assistant at the rear, are standing over the dead body of Bali. ...

Indra Offers Sita a Plate of Payas, a Heavenly Sweet. Illustrated folio from the “Shangri" Ramayana (The Adventures of Rama) (Style IV), Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, attributed to India, Punjab Hills, Jammu (Bahu), ca. 1710–40

Indra Offers Sita a Plate of Payas, a Heavenly Sweet. Illustrated folio from the “Shangri" Ramayana (The Adventures of Rama) (Style IV), Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, attributed to India, Punjab Hills, Jammu (Bahu), ca. 1710–40

Sage Vishvamitra seeks King Dasharatha's permission for Rama to help rid his ashram of a demoness, Taraka.

Sage Vishvamitra seeks King Dasharatha's permission for Rama to help rid his ashram of a demoness, Taraka.

An Illustration to the Shangri Ramayana. Opaque pigment on paper, India, Bahu or Mandi

An Illustration to the Shangri Ramayana. Opaque pigment on paper, India, Bahu or Mandi

Rama Tells Kausalya That He Has Been Exiled to the Forest

Rama Tells Kausalya That He Has Been Exiled to the Forest

Rama and Lakshmana Bound by Indrajit's Serpent Arrows Date: ca. 1700 Culture: India (Punjab Hills, Bahu)

Rama and Lakshmana Bound by Indrajit's Serpent Arrows Date: ca. 1700 Culture: India (Punjab Hills, Bahu)

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