Once governed by the Nizams of India, #Hyderabad is a fascinating place to visit - elaborate palaces, grand architecture and intriguing monuments, including the Qutub Shahi tombs, Chowmahalla Palace and Golconda Fort, and is the gateway to the ancient sites of the Deccan era.
The prince’s tale: a black div abducts the daughter of the king of furthest Kashmir while visiting a garden outside the city (BL IO Islamic 3241, f. 120r) the-story-of-sinbad-or-the-seven-sages. Golconda, India
Nayaka ko prakasa biyoga sringara, Krishna’s ‘open’ love in separation (Rasikapriya 1, 27-28). Keshavdas; love ‘open’ (prakasa) or clear and ‘hidden’ (prachanna) or suggestive.The sakhi describes Krishna to Radha as totally unresponsive, not eating or drinking. All of Braj is concerned about him and you are sitting here unconcerned. Get up and do something about it. This is the result of his longing for you. Deccan, 1720-30.