Itiqad Khan III - Mirza Bahmányár was son of Asaf Khan IV and brother of Shaista Khan. He went to see his brother in 1667 in Bengal & died there in Dhaka in 1671 CE.
Equestrian Portrait of Aurangzeb Object Name: Illustrated album leaf Date: 17th century Geography: India Culture: Islamic Medium: Gouache on paper Dimensions: 10 9/16 x 7 7/8in. (26.8 x 20cm) Classification: Codices Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1925 Accession Number: 25.138.1
Attributed to Govardhan: Prince and Ascetics (Leaf from the late Shah Jahan Album, Cleveland Museum of Art)
Painting by Lalchand | "Portrait of Sayyid Abu'l Muzaffar Khan, Khan Jahan Barha", Folio from the Shah Jahan Album | Islamic | The Met
Page from the Late Shah Jahan Album: Khan Alam, Ambassador of Jahangir, with Shah Abbas in a Landscape | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston-Indian, Mughal Mughal period About 1650 Possibly after Bishandas (Indian, active about 1590–1650 Indian)
Paint it Black - Vietnam War (+playlist). It HURTS to watch this. My generation worked to end this war, but future generations paid the price through censorship of war footage and embedded - aka controlled - journalists, so we have very little footage of war in Afghanistan or Iraq. Even 40 years later, I flinch at this footage of what our young men were forced to do and senseless violence of Vietnam.