“Celebrating Rahim” was launched by InterGlobe Foundation, in association with Aga Khan Trust for Culture, as a part of a joint conservation and cultural revival project of Rahims tomb that started in 2014 under the guidance of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).
The book locates Rahims life, his artistic and political approach in the intellectual and imperial framework of the Mughal durbar through essays by noted scholars that shed light on his contribution to literature, art, architecture, culture and Indian society.
Speaking at the launch Ratish Nanda, chief executive, Aga Khan Trust for Culture, India said, “Coupled with the mammoth conservation project on Rahims tomb, the book Celebrating Rahim captures Rahims cultural legacy and varied personality.
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