<p style='text-align: justify;'> This brief, anonymous, and undated manuscript entitled <i>Risālah-'i Tīrandāzī</i> (Treatise on Archery) probably dates to late 18th-century India. It bears the seal impressions of Awadh rulers Nāṣir al-Dīn Ḥaydar Shāh (r. 1827–1837) and Amjad ‘Alī Shāh (r. 1842–1847), with earlier notations indicate that they likely inherited it from their forebears. The Bodleian Library holds the same text under a variant title, <i>Qānūn-i Tīr Andākhtan</i> (The Rules of Archery, MS Ouseley Add. 68, folios 421a–424a) in a composite manuscript entitled <i>Majmu‘ah-'i Rasā'il</i> (Collection of Treatises, See Sachau and Ethe, no. 1241).</p>
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