King Bikramaditya Summons Madhava, from a Madhavanala Kamakandala

c. 1700
Page: 21.2 x 30.7 cm (8 3/8 x 12 1/16 in.); Image: 18.7 x 28.6 cm (7 3/8 x 11 1/4 in.)
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Madhava is depicted in an emaciated form unlike his other representations in the manuscript.

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Madhava sits in a tent with King Bikramaditya, who sits against a big bolster and is attended by a fly whisk bearer and two warriors. One man on the left fetches water from the river while another man wearing a lilac garment is fixing the tent.
King Bikramaditya Summons Madhava, from a Madhavanala Kamakandala

King Bikramaditya Summons Madhava, from a Madhavanala Kamakandala

c. 1700

Northern India, Himachal Pradesh, Pahari kingdom of Mandi or Bilaspur

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