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Bani Thani

Bani Thani is an Indian painting in the Kishangarh school of paintings. It has been labeled as India's "Mona Lisa". Bani Thani Is Made By Artist Nihal Chandra. The painting's subject, Bani Thani, was a singer and poet in Kishangarh in the time of king Savant Singh (1748–1764).[1][2][3]


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  • Rajasthan Miniature Painting
  • Raja Savant Singh and Bani Thani as Krishna and Radha Strolling in a Palace Garden

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