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First generation after Manaku and Nainsukh
ca. 1780
Kripal of Nurpur
ca. 1660–70
Nainsukh
ca. 1760–70
India (Punjab Hill, Mandi)
ca. 1780–90
India (Himachal Pradesh, Guler)
ca. 1780
First generation after Manaku and Nainsukh
ca. 1785
India (Himachal Pradesh, Guler)
ca. 1780
Nainsukh
ca. 1755–60
Nainsukh
ca. 1780
India, Himachal Pradesh, Mankot
ca. 1700
Nainsukh
ca. 1775–80
India (Punjab Hills, Chamba)
18th century
Manaku
dated 1730
India (Himachal Pradesh)
10th century
India, Himachal Pradesh, Guler style
ca. 1740–50
Nainsukh
1763
Khushala
ca. 1800
India, Himachal Pradesh, Basholi or Nurpur
ca. 1688–90
Nainsukh
ca. 1750
India, Himachal Pradesh, Nurpur
1730–40
India (Himachal Pradesh, Bilaspur)
ca. 1710
India (Himachal Pradesh, Mandi)
ca. 1640–50
India, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh
ca. 1640–50
India (Himachal Pradesh, possibly Kangra district)
8th–9th century
First generation after Manaku and Nainsukh
ca. 1780
India, Himachal Pradesh, unidentified sub-school
ca. 1690–1710
India (Pahari Hills, Kangra or Guler)
ca. 1790–1820
Purkhu
ca. 1810–20
India (Himachal Pradesh, Chamba)
18th century
India (Punjab Hills, Kangra?)
ca. 1800
India, (Himachal Pradesh, Chamba)
15th century
First generation after Manaku and Nainsukh
ca. 1785
India, Mankot, Himachal Pradesh
ca. 1685
India (Punjab Hills, Kangra)
ca.1790
Golu
1710–20
India (Pahari Hills, Kangra)
ca. 1800
Purkhu
1810–15
Nainsukh
ca. 1735–40
ca. 1775–80
First generation after Manaku and Nainsukh
ca. 1780