Persian Manuscripts : Three literary chronicles written in Persian and Urdu.

Persian Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>This composite manuscript contains three (<i>taẕkīrah</i>) literary chronicles in Persian and Urdu. The similar paper but slightly different hands and layouts suggest that a different stationer-copyist collectively prepared the volume. The scribe Shaykh ʿAbd al-Karīm completed the first text, Ikhlāṣ Chand's <i>Hamīshah Bahār</i> (Eternal Spring), in 1136. The volume also contains Ḥazīn's <i>Taz̲kirah-'i Muʿāṣirīn</i> (Chronicle of Contemporaries), and Qā'im's <i>Makhzan-i Nikāt</i> (Treasury of Witticisms). </p>

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