This large and fine illustration from a ragamala set is heavily influenced by Mughal painting. However it appears to come from Panna in Madhya Pradesh. Three other paintings from this series are in the Konrad Seitz Collection and published in Konrad Seitz, Orchha, Datia, Panna: Miniaturen von der rajputischen Höfen Bundelkhands (1580-1820), 2015, cat. 56.1-56.3. Other folios are published in Vicky Ducrot, Four Centuries of Rajput Painting, from the collection of Isabella and Vicky Ducrot, Turin, 2009, MW10, p.197 and Karl Khandavala et al., Miniature Painting from the Sri Motichand Khajanchi Collection, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1960, pp.44-45, no.57-a-c. It seems difficult to identify the present ragamala scenes but according to Eberling, a lady stringing garlands can be identified as Kamod Ragini (Klaus Ebeling, Ragamala Painting, Basel, 1973, cat. 260, p.260).