Though the painting is an illustration of the text it is associated with, its illustration during Mughal India must reflect upon the time. When Sarmad , the Jewish companion of Dara Shukoh, was put to death, there were many allegations against him. This incident can be seen as a comment on the attitude towards variant sexualities as was prevalent during the Mughal Indian period. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of DailyO. If one looks at the picture keenly, the attendant of the Qazi seemed to be questioning the people who were intruding in the private chamber of the Qazi. All these references suggest that a diverse range of sexual orientations and relationships flourished during the Mughal period. In an interesting instance, two men lying close to each other on the same sofa were scolded not because they were doing something unnatural, but merely because one of them was a Brahmin and the other, a grandson of the mighty Bairam Khan.
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