|Creator:||Shah Rustam Shah-i Gadai., creator|
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Teaching resource: Kishwar Rizvi, History of Art
Fair modern (18th century) nastaliq; crude unwans in colors.
Shah Rustam Shah-i Gadai is also known as Khaki Barlasi Bidil.
The author's full name is found in the silsilah at the beginning of the last third of the volume.
The date A.H. 1113 [A.D. 1701 or 1702] is found in a margin; the date A.H. 1133 [A.D. 1720 or 1721] is found in an original colophon.
Title supplied in later hand on leaf 1 recto.
Selected works, in prose and verse.
Purchased from the Wellcome-Kraus collection in 1949.
20 x 13.5 cm.
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|Curatorial Area:||Beinecke Library|
Teaching resource: Kishwar Rivzi, Department of the History of Art
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