Wall Paintings of The Badal Mahal, Bundi

Prior to the foundation of Opus members of our team worked at the Bundi Palace Complex with the Courtauld Institute (2015-2017). We are now committed to raising awareness of the Palace and in particular its rich heritage of wall paintings; some of the most significant in the region. The Palace is in desperate need of conservation and restoration, for which funds are now being sought.

Below you can explore the wall paintings of the Badal Mahal with zoomable high resolution images of the walls and vault.

High resolution images of the wall paintings of the Badal Mahal

Gigapixel images of the wall paintings of the Badal Mahal created by Samuel Whittaker during the Courtauld Institute's survey, investigations and emergency treatment project in 2017.

Click images to open a new window that allows you to zoom and pan on into the images to see the incredible wall paintings of the Badal Mahal. All images Copyright of Samuel Whittaker, taken with kind permission of H.H Jitendra Singh.

Bundi Badal Mahal Wall Painting Elephant

The Badal Mahal, North Wall

Bundi, India

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Opus working at the Byward Tower, Graphic Documentation, Condition Assessment

The Badal Mahal, East Wall

Bundi, India

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Bundi Badal Mahal South Wall Krishna

The Badal Mahal, South Wall

Bundi, India

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Bundi Badal Mahal West Wall Hunting scene

The Badal Mahal, West Wall

Bundi, India

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Bundi Badal Mahal Vault

The Badal Mahal, Vault

Bundi, India

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Bundi Badal Mahal Vault

The Badal Mahal, hunting scene

Bundi, India

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