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Dhola and Maru riding their camel while his dog catches a rabbit. Marwar, circa 1830. Opaque watercolour with gold and silver (tin) on wasli. 34.5 x 23cm
The story of Dhola and Maru is a popular folk story (and subject of Indian miniatures) in Rajasthan in which the prince Dhola learns that he is being kept from his child bride Maru, but with the aid of a flying camel finds and escapes with her. The dog with rabbit is not usually part of the scene.
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