Mughal India: Art, Culture And Empire

 
 

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 2ND APRIL 2013

ADDRESS
British Library, 96 Euston Road, King's Cross, London NW1 2DB 
 
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Dates:
9th November 2012 until 2nd April 2013
 
OPENING TIMES
Mon & Wed-Fri 10am-6pm, last adm 5pm | Tue 10am-8pm, last adm 7pm | Sat 10am-5pm, last adm 4pm | Sun & Bank Hols 11am-5pm, last adm 4pm | closed Dec 24-26, Jan 1 & Mar 29-31,
 
PRICES
£9, OAP £7, NUS/disabled/unwaged £5, under 18s/mems/disabled carer free, National Art Pass £4.50, OAP £3.50
 

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Mughal India: Art, Culture And EmpireMore than 200 paintings and artefacts documenting the entire period of the Mughal Empire, which at its peak spread from Kabul in the northwest and covered most of the South Asian subcontinent, are displayed in this major exhibition. Taking place at the British Library, it will be the first ever exhibition to document the entire period, from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Among the 200 exquisite objects on display, Bahadur Shah II's crown, a page from the imperial manuscript Akbarnama and a portrait of Prince Dara Shikoh will feature.

 

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Individual TourIndividual TourA tour of the public areas of the Library.27th January 2015Saturday 31st January 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
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Individual Tour
event > Tours
DATES  26th to 31st Jan 2015
VENUE  British Library 
A tour of the public areas of the Library.
Lines In The Ice: Seeking The Northwest PassageLines In The Ice: Seeking The Northwest PassageA display featuring early European maps, early Arctic photography and accounts by the Inuit population, examining the fascination to exploring the Arctic, and in particular, the Northwest Passage.27th January 2015Sunday 29th March 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
Free EventOngoing
Lines In The Ice: Seeking The Northwest Passage
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Installation | PRICING  Free  
DATES  14th November 2014 to 29th March 2015
VENUE  British Library 
A display featuring early European maps, early Arctic photography and accounts by the Inuit population, examining the fascination to exploring the Arctic, and in particular, the Northwest Passage.
Trapped In The Ice, Frozen In Time: TalkTrapped In The Ice, Frozen In Time: TalkPerformances and talks exploring themes connected to the lost Franklin expedition of 1845-6.5th February 2015Thursday 5th February 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
Trapped In The Ice, Frozen In Time: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures | PRICING  Free  
DATES  Thursday 5th February 2015 - 6pm-8pm
VENUE  British Library 
Performances and talks exploring themes connected to the lost Franklin expedition of 1845-6.
Made In Chelsea: The Music Of Mozart's London: TalkMade In Chelsea: The Music Of Mozart's London: TalkMusicologist Cliff Eisen and conductor Ian Page discuss the composer's musical development during his stay in London.6th February 2015Friday 6th February 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
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Made In Chelsea: The Music Of Mozart's London: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Friday 6th February 2015 - 6.30pm-8pm
VENUE  British Library 
Musicologist Cliff Eisen and conductor Ian Page discuss the composer's musical development during his stay in London.
All That Life Can Afford: London In 1765: TalkAll That Life Can Afford: London In 1765: TalkMusicologist Cliff Eisen and historian Lucy Inglis discuss the city where Mozart lived, performed and visited.13th February 2015Friday 13th February 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
On Soon
All That Life Can Afford: London In 1765: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Friday 13th February 2015 - 6.30pm-8pm
VENUE  British Library 
Musicologist Cliff Eisen and historian Lucy Inglis discuss the city where Mozart lived, performed and visited.
The WG Sebald Lecture: AL KennedyThe WG Sebald Lecture: AL KennedyThe writer and performer discusses the challenges of translating human experiences.16th February 2015Monday 16th February 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
On Soon
The WG Sebald Lecture: AL Kennedy
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Monday 16th February 2015 - 6.30pm-8pm
VENUE  British Library 
The writer and performer discusses the challenges of translating human experiences.
Enduring Ideas: The Problem With Capitalism: LectureEnduring Ideas: The Problem With Capitalism: LectureDr Ha-Joon Chang discusses free markets and capitalism with Dame Kate Barker.17th February 2015Tuesday 17th February 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
On Soon
Enduring Ideas: The Problem With Capitalism: Lecture
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Tuesday 17th February 2015 - 6.30pm-8pm
VENUE  British Library 
Dr Ha-Joon Chang discusses free markets and capitalism with Dame Kate Barker.
Iran In Writing: Past And PresentIran In Writing: Past And PresentWriters Reza Ghassemi, Rosa Jamali and Yadollah Royaee select writings from Persian literature.18th February 2015Wednesday 18th February 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
On Soon
Iran In Writing: Past And Present
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Poetry & Readings
DATES  Wednesday 18th February 2015 - 6.30pm-8pm
VENUE  British Library 
Writers Reza Ghassemi, Rosa Jamali and Yadollah Royaee select writings from Persian literature.
Fathomless Riches: Reverend Richard Coles In ConversationFathomless Riches: Reverend Richard Coles In ConversationThe parish priest discusses his book.20th February 2015Friday 20th February 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
On Soon
Fathomless Riches: Reverend Richard Coles In Conversation
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES  Friday 20th February 2015 - 6.30pm-8pm
VENUE  British Library 
The parish priest discusses his book.
Inspiring Entrepreneurs: Growing Pains And Gains: Panel DiscussionInspiring Entrepreneurs: Growing Pains And Gains: Panel DiscussionEntrepreneurs discuss how to cope when a business idea takes off.23rd February 2015Monday 23rd February 2015 Where:
British Library, 96  Euston Road      NW1 2DB
Category: event
On Soon
Inspiring Entrepreneurs: Growing Pains And Gains: Panel Discussion
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