Entangled Images and the Corporeal Sensorium:

Shia religious iconography and ritual practice in the Deccan


	"Miraj" (Muhammad's ascent) printed by Sultan Muhammad. British Library Ms Or. 2265, folio 195r. From a Khamsa of Nizami of 1539-43 in Tabriz.

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"Miraj" (Muhammad's ascent) printed by Sultan Muhammad. British Library Ms Or. 2265, folio 195r. From a Khamsa of Nizami of 1539-43 in Tabriz.

Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Miraj_by_Sultan_Muhammad.jpg

British Library: (https://imagesonline.bl.uk/?service=search&action=do_quick_search&language=en&mode=&q=Khamsa+of+nizami&qw=&page=5&grid_layout=2&grid_thumb=3)

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Miraj_by_Sultan_Muhammad.jpg


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