This is a contemporary Mughal Style Horizontal Indian Painting of Procession Figures, measuring 6.375" high by 13.375" wide. Mughal painting originated in the 16th century and was influenced by Persian styles. It is practiced today in Rajasthan. The style is characterized by its miniature size with intricate details and acute expressions. Images depict religious symbols and epics. Humans are portrayed with large eyes, pointed noses, and slim waists. Men are always seen with turbans. Painted on thin, off-white silk, there is a black ground with a horizontal scene and a gold and red decorative border. The scene shows ten figures in a processional line: (from left) a standing man in burgundy with a red flag on a red staff: a standing man with a curved white horn (played hands free); a woman seated in an open gold sedan, carried by four men; an identical standing man in burgundy with a red flag on a red staff; a man seated on a striding camel (head raised) carrying a smaller red staff; and a standing man in blue with a red flag on a red staff. The landscape shows two-toned green rolling hills with white buildings and trees in the background and nine groupings of pink and white flowers separated by tufts of grass in the foreground. All the figures are painted in rich, vibrant colors accented with gold. Maker and exact age are unknown. This painting was purchased in India by its original owner. This Contemporary Mughal Style Horizontal Indian Painting of Procession Figures is in Like New Condition.