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Mysore Portraitures

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Mysore Portraitures
Portrait of Mullotina Kempayya

 

Krishnaraja Wodeyar III, a  ruler of Mysore kingdom commissioned the portraitures of eminent citizens of his state. These 19th century portraits are a fine source of history to study genealogy, governance, and period fashions.

Tags: Mysore, Wodeyars, Portraits, 19th Century India, Indian Attire, Governance

People of Old Mysore State
Veena Artist AnanthasubbayyaPainter ChannakrishnaPortrait of Painter LakshmaiahPortrait of Veene VenkatasubbayyaPortrait of Mangapattyya the MusicianPortrait of Veene Annayya
Musicologist  SangeetajiyaruHari-Katha Expert Surpur SheshadasaruPortrait of Appu Jatti the WrestlerUstad Venka Jatti the BoxerWrestler Tukadidar Rama JattiUstad Hanuma Jatti, Boxer
Sword Expert LaxmannayyaPortrait of Subedar  PuransinghArmy Officer General ShankaradasuPortrait of Sarvegar Gollara Achaya, the SurveyorPortrait of Chunnchanagiri JogiNatha Sampradayada Bhairagi
Portrait of a Chess Champion, MysoreLaxmi Panditara Maga Suri PanditaruPortrait of Laxana-shastrada Bangi VirumbhappaPortrait of Daffedar VenkataramayyaYou are herePortrait of Kumundaney Narayan Singh
Portrait of Lalgudi RamayyarPortrait of Laxmi PanditVeene Sambayya

 

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