Bhagat Sen Worshipping Vishnupada

India (Pahari Hills, Guler)

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According to the inscription, this portrait is of Bhagat Sen, who stands venerating the footprints of Vishnu (Vishnupada). The flasks in his belt and the Kangra-style rural landscape suggest that he has come to this holy place on a pilgrimage.

Bhagat Sen Worshipping Vishnupada, Ink and wash on paper, India (Pahari Hills, Guler)

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