Portrait of Sultanji, the eldest son of Aurangzeb, the son-in-law of Sultan Abdullah; Aurangzeb imprisoned him and he died in that captivity.

Sultanji is depicted up to his hips, turned to the right, in his right hand a sword, his left hand rests on the dagger inserted into his belt. Page 10 in the ‘Witsen-Album’, with 49 Indian miniatures of monarchs. Below the portrait a piece of paper with the name in Portuguese.

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