Pictures of Delhi's National Museum



Four-faced Vishnu (medieval)

Shiva (9th c, South India)

Karttikeya (12th c, Chola)

Edicts of Ashoka (3rd c)


Edicts of Ashoka (3rd c)

Vishnu (12th c, Chola)

Jyestha (8th c, Pallava)

Varaha (9th c, Pallava)


Rama (9th c, Pallava)

Tirthankara (11th c, Chola)

Flying Celestials (7th c, Chalukya)

Yaksha (2nd c, Satavahana)


Saraswati (12th c, Chahamana)

Parvati (11th c, Pratihara)

Parvati (11th c, Pratihara)

Trivikrama (11th c, Pratihara)


Lakshmi-Narayana (11th c, Chandella)

Shiva Vamana (5th c, Vakataka)

Orgy (5th c, Gupta)

Martanda (12th c, Gahadavala)


Vishnu (11th c, Pala)

Vishnu (11th c, Pala)

Shiva-Maheshvara (9th c, Pratihara)

Vishnu (11th c, Pala)


Vishnu (11th c, Pala)

Vishnu (11th c, Pala)

Yamuna (8th c)

Venugopala (12th c, Chola)


Kraqttikeya (12th c, Chola)

Kraqttikeya (12th c, Chola)

Vishnu (7th c, Pallava)

Hammurabi's code


Hammurabi's code

Hammurabi's code

Surya (12th c, Pala)

Surya (12th c, Pala)


Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva (11th c, Western Chalukya)

Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva (11th c, Western Chalukya)

Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva (11th c, Western Chalukya)

Trinity (12th c, Kaktiya)


Trinity (12th c, Kaktiya)

Vishnu (8th c, Pratihara)

Vishnu (8th c, Pratihara)

Vishnu and his manifestations (1147, Gahadavala)


Vishnu and his manifestations (1147, Gahadavala)

Harappan civilization (3rd millennium BC)

Harappan civilization (3rd millennium BC)


Harappan civilization (3rd millennium BC)

Harappan civilization (3rd millennium BC)

Harappan civilization (3rd millennium BC)

Harappan civilization (1000 BC)


Harappan civilization (3rd millennium BC)

Piece of a stupa (2nd c, Satavahana)

Asitas (2nd c, Satavahana)

Asitas


Asitas

Nagini (1st c BC, Sunga)

Fragment (2nd c BC, Sunga)

Lion capital (2nd c AD, Kushana)


Preaching Buddha (2nd c AD, Satavahana)

Preaching Buddha (2nd c AD, Satavahana)

Lovers (2nd c BC, Sunga)

Vasanatasena (2nd c AD, Kushana)


Adoration of Stupa (3rd c AD, Ikshvaku)

Adoration of Stupa (3rd c AD, Ikshvaku)

Buddha's life (3rd c AD, Ikshvaku)

Buddha's life (3rd c AD, Ikshvaku)


Ayaga frieze (3rd c AD, Ikshvaku)

Ayaga frieze (3rd c AD, Ikshvaku)

Ayaga frieze (3rd c AD, Ikshvaku)

Ayaga frieze (3rd c AD, Ikshvaku)


Fragment of stupa (4th c AD, Ikshvaku)

Kubera (2nd c AD, Kushana)

Standing Buddha (2nd c AD, Kushana)

Jain votive plaque (2nd c AD, Kushana)


Ganga (5th c AD, Gupta)

Dvarpala (10th c AD, Chola)

Vishnu (8th c, Pallava)

Chaumukha (12th)


Dvarpala (10th c, Chola)

Dvarpala (10th c, Chola)

Brahma (10th c AD, Chola)

Brahma (10th c AD, Chola)


Yamuna (5th c, Gupta)

Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesha, Surya (12th c, Madhya Pradesh)

Navagrahas (8th c, Pratihara)

Navagrahas (8th c, Pratihara)


Agni (9th c, Pallava)

Shiva Kankala-Murti (8th c, Pallava)

Shiva, Parvati and family (10th c, Chalukya)

Shiva, Parvati and family (10th c, Chalukya)


Vishnu (11th c, Chola)

Vishnu (7th c, Pallava)

King Narsimba (13th c, Ganga)

King Narsimba (13th c, Ganga)


King Narsimba (13th c, Ganga)

King Narsimba (13th c, Ganga)

Yoganarayana (10th c, Chandela)

Harihara (12th c, Gahadavala)


Shiva (13th c, Ganga)

Parvati (15th c, Vijayanagar)

Parvati (15th c, Vijayanagar)

Lakshmi (12th c Chola,)


Vishnu and consorts (13th c, Ganga)

Vishnu and consorts (13th c, Ganga)

Vishnu and consorts (13th c, Ganga)

Durga (11th, Chedi)


Vishnu (11th c, Pala)

Nataraja (11th c, Sena)

Huntress (12th c, Hoysala)

Huntress (12th c, Hoysala)


Surya (13th c, Ganga)

Surya (13th c, Ganga)

Lakshmi Narayana Garuda (12th c, Hoysala)

Lakshmi Narayana Garuda (12th c, Hoysala)


Musicians (12th c, Hoysala)

Musicians (12th c, Hoysala)

Marichi (12th c, Pala)

Marichi (12th c, Pala)


Kaliya - Krishna (12th c, Hoyasala)

Kaliya - Krishna (12th c, Hoyasala)

Adoration of Turban (3rd c AD, Iskshvaku)

Conversions of the Jatilas (2nd c, Kushana)


Siddhaikavira (8th c, Pala)

Bodhisattva Maitreya (2nd c, Kushana)

Manjusri (8th c, Pala)

Relics (5th c BC, Uttar PRadesh)


Vishnu (10th c, Pala)

Vishnu (10th c, Pala)

Kali (8th c, Madhya Pradesh)

Kali (8th c, Madhya Pradesh)


Shiva, Uma and their son Skanda (7th c, Pallava)
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