Copied in A.H. Safar 1011 [A.D. 1602] by Ahmad Ali Ijaz Ruqum, but only the first two and the last three leaves belong to the original manuscript, the rest (including the miniatures) having been supplied by a much later (18th century) hand. Ethe, H. India Office, Good nastaliq, in red and black; unwan in gold and colors on folio 1 verso; with colored miniatures. Poems framed in a dialogue. Purchased from the Wellcome-Kraus collection in 1949.
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