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Which of the following is not true about the paintings of Mughal period?
Religious scenes were depicted.
Scenes of nature were depicted.
Court and cultural scenes were depicted to balance communal harmony.
Scenes of battles were depicted.
Mughal painting evolved from the Persian school of miniature painting with Hindu, Buddhist and Jain influences. These paintings evolved during the rule of various Mughal Emperors in India. The paintings often revolved around themes like battles, legendary stories, hunting scenes, wildlife, royal life, mythology, etc. These paintings also became an important medium to narrate the tall tales of the Mughal emperors. This art form became so popular that it eventually made its way to various other Indian courts as well. Mughal painting reached its zenith during the reign of Jahangir who had an aptitude for painting. Jahangir claims that he had the capacity to discriminate the work of one from the other painter after looking into a painting drawn by more than one. Portrait painting and animal painting reached its climax under Jahangir.
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