This exquisitely decorated painting of a turkey was made in the early 1600s by court artist Ustad Mansur for the Mughal emperor Jahangir. Jahangir had commissioned Mansur to paint all kinds of exotic plants and animals being discovered by Europeans at that time.
The Mughal empire covered most of modern day India and Pakistan.
I discovered this painting browsing the watercolor collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum. I would so love to go there for real someday.