Ganesha’s Stride, Abha Mahal, Ahichhatragarh, Nagaur (India Song)

2015, Printed later
Archival Pigment Photograph

Signed, titled, dated and numbered from edition of 5 on certificate of authenticity.

Available in 3 sizes:

Small: 24 x 30 inches (60 x 76.2 cm)

Medium: 31.5 x 39.4 inches (80 x 100 cm)

Large: 48 x 60 inches (122 x 152 cm)

Abha Mahal, located within the Ahichhatragarh Fort complex in Nagaur, Rajasthan, is a magnificent palace known for its architectural splendor and historical significance. Built during the reign of Rao Mukund Singh in the 18th century, Abha Mahal exemplifies Rajput architecture with its intricate jharokhas (overhanging enclosed balconies), ornate pillars, and finely carved ceilings. The palace is adorned with vibrant frescoes depicting mythological themes, floral patterns, and scenes from Rajput life, showcasing the artistic prowess of local craftsmen. Abha Mahal served as a royal residence and a venue for courtly gatherings and celebrations, reflecting the grandeur and cultural heritage of Nagaur’s royal lineage. Today, it stands as a cherished heritage site, attracting visitors with its architectural beauty and historical charm.