Flowers have always had their place in South Asian art, but they were perhaps never as prominent as in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The Mughal Empire, originally founded in 1526 when Zahīr al-Dīn Muhammad Bābur (1483-1530), a descendant of Genghis Khan and Timur the Great from Fergana in what is now Uzbekistan, conquered Delhi and Agra, expanded to encompass all but the southernmost reaches of the Indian Subcontinent before slowly declining in favor of numerous local centers of power that carried on and adapted its cultural heritage.
Beginning with the reign of Emperor Jahāngīr (r. 1625-1627), Mughal art and architecture developed new styles quite different from what came before, less beholden to earlier models from both Central Asia and India itself, and imbued with a distinctive form of realism that would be reflected in various ways throughout the region for the next two centuries. Jahāngīr is well known for his passionate interest in plants and animals, and his court painter Mansūr was frequently commissioned to produce detailed and scientifically accurate images of the monarch’s collections of flora and fauna. Unfortunately, very few of Mansūr’s botanical studies survive today. Yet flowering plants increasingly appeared everywhere – as the subject of sophisticated painterly studies in their own right like those executed by Mansūr and in the lush garden settings of many a painted scene, but also as ornamental patterns in the margins of miniatures or calligraphy; adorning walls as murals, pietra dura inlay or mirrorwork, or carved in relief; printed, woven, or embroidered on textiles; carved into jade or rock crystal cups or flasks; forged from metal, pearls, and precious stones on jewelry and weapons – and they were central to socio-cultural practices and ideals.
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Explanation:From the beginning of the Mughal reign, their art and architecture developed new styles. Jahangir's passionate interest in flora is well known to all. His court painter is specially commissioned to produce detail scientific images of the monarch’s flora.They were even embroidered on textiles, miniatures, walls, rock crystal cups, and flask. He used to decorate the interiors with the carvings of leaves and petals. The front gets decorated with beautiful gardens and canals to provide water to the plants.
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