Interior spaces, by Racinet, 1876

Source: ebay, Dec. 2005

"Interior of a house - Terraces
Palace of a mogul emperor - An emperor's favorite
Gymnosophist - Gymnasiarch

Figs. 2,3,4,5,7 and 10 (indicated in the print) depict the terraces of a 'malh' of Djehanguir from the first half of the 17th century. This emperor, who had his principal residence at Lahore, built a gorgeous palace in Cachmere. Its vegetation and architecture united in, what was called paradise on earth. Fig. 6 Represents a nuptial room where Sher Afkan is taking away a pearl necklace, the symbol of yoke. Fig. 1 shows a conversation between Djehanguir and one fakir, 8. Shows a dancing dervish, 9. A gymnasiarch, dressed in under shorts, ready for a fight or various exercises."