Raja Pratap Singh


Salar Jung Museum

Salar Jung Museum
Hyderabad, India

Raja Pratap Singh was the founder Raja of Barauli, in the Aligarh district. He was chief of Bargujar Rajput clan of Macheri near Alwar and close associate of Prithiviraj Chauhan, He is depicted seated on the throne holding a ‘’huqqa’’ pipe in his left hand enjoying music and dance. Three dancers are before him and nine playing on their musical instruments standing behind them. Lady attendants are holding fly-whisks, aftabgiri and fruit trays standing behind the Raja. Ladies standing behind enjoying dance. River, boats, buildings, trees and sky are in the background.


  • Title: Raja Pratap Singh
  • Date Created: 1800/1899
  • Location: Salar Jung Museum
  • Subject Keywords: Royal scene
  • Type: Painting
  • Medium: Pigment, Paper
  • School: Rajasthani

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