UPSC History Delhi Sultnat (Gulam, Khilji, Tughlak, Sayyed, Lodhi) Question Bank Medieval History

  • question_answer In India the finest examples of painting belonging to the first half of the 16th century are represented by a group of miniatures generally designated as the "Kulhadar Group". This group includes illustrations of

    A)  Chaurapanchasika        

    B)  Hamza-nama       

    C)  Tarif-in-Hussain Shahi

    D)  Chitrapanchasika

    Correct Answer: A

    Solution :

     The finest examples of painting belonging to the first half of the 161 century are, however, represented by a group of miniature generally designated as the "Kulhadar Group". This group include illustrations of the 'Chaurapanchasika - "Fifty Verses of the Thief by Bilhan, the Gita Govinda, the Bhagavata Purana and Ragamala.

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