Raja Chattar Singh smoking

c. 1680
Location: not on view
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The Raja wears a Central Asian robe instead of the popular Mughal jama.


Raja Chattar Singh’s reign is considered a period of prosperity for Chamba which resulted in the expansion of boundaries and economic prosperity. He is best known for defying Aurangzeb’s orders to demolish all the Hindu temples in his realm, and instead installed copper gilts on the temples which exist to this day.
Raja Chattar Singh smoking

Raja Chattar Singh smoking

c. 1680

Northern India, Himachal Pradesh, Pahari Kingdom of Chamba

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