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Compilation manuscripts

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Manuscript volumes comprising two or more works, whether referring to only the content combined or to the combination of physically separate leafs or gatherings that are sewn or tipped in to form one volume.

Found in 149 Collections and/or Records:

Or Ms 315: محيط اعظم Muḥīṭ-i a‘ẓam, undated

 Item
Identifier: Or Ms 315
Scope and Contents

A mas̲navī by Mirzā ‘Abd al-Qādir Astarābādī, poetically styled "Bīdil" (d. 1133 A.H., 1720 C.E.).


Frontispiece illuminated with gold.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 316: عشق نامه Ishq-nāmah‘, 1161 A.H., 1748 C.E.

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Identifier: Or Ms 316
Scope and Contents

A mas̲navī by Mirzā ‘Abd al-Qādir Astarābādī, poetically styled "Bīdil" (d. 1133 A.H., 1720 C.E.).


Frontispiece illuminated with gold.

Dates: 1161 A.H.; 1748 C.E.

Or Ms 317: طلسم حيرت Ṭilsim-i ḥayrat, undated copy (extant by 18th cent. C.E.)

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Identifier: Or Ms 317
Scope and Contents

A mas̲navī by Mirzā ‘Abd al-Qādir Astarābādī, poetically styled "Bīdil" (d. 1133 A.H., 1720 C.E.).


Frontispiece illuminated.

Dates: undated copy (extant by 18th cent. C.E.)

Or Ms 318: طور معرفت Ṭūr-i ma‘rifat, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 318
Scope and Contents

A mas̲navī by Mirzā ‘Abd al-Qādir Astarābādī, poetically styled "Bīdil" (d. 1133 A.H., 1720 C.E.).

Dates: undated

Or Ms 319: قصهٔ شاه و گل Qissah-yi Shāh-u Gul, 1118 A.H., 1706 C.E.

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Identifier: Or Ms 319
Scope and Contents

The love-story of Akbar-Shāh (r. 1806-1835 C.E.), a descendant of Tīmūr (d. 1405 C.E.), with Gul-i Surkh.

Dates: 1118 A.H.; 1706 C.E.

Or Ms 320: حکايات Ḥikāyāt, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 320
Scope and Contents

An anonymous collection of stories in verse, with the beginning and end missing.

Dates: undated

Or Ms 331: مرقومات عبداللّه بن محمد المرواريد Marqūmāt-i ‘Abd-Allāh b. Muḥammad al-Marwārīd, 1023 A.H., 1614 C.E.

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Identifier: Or Ms 331
Scope and Contents

A number of letters, etc, written and collected at the request of friends by Khwājah Shihāb al-Dīn, or as he calls himself, ‘Abd-Allāh b. Muḥammad al-Marwārīd (d. 922 A.H., 1516 C.E.), a poet from Kerman, present day Iran, who used the pen name "Bayānī".

Dates: 1023 A.H.; 1614 C.E.

Or Ms 333: انشای هرکرن Inshā-i Harkarn, 1182 A.H., 1768 C.E.

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Identifier: Or Ms 333
Scope and Contents

Models of various kinds of correspondence by Harkarn, son of the Mathurā-Dās Kanbū Multānī, whom Mughal ruler Jahāngīr (r. 1605-1627 C.E.) had appointed Ṣūbahdūr, or governor, of Akbarābād (Agra) during 1031-1032 A.H., 1621-1622 C.E.

Dates: 1182 A.H.; 1768 C.E.

Or Ms 334: منشئات برهمن Munshaʼāt-i Brahman, 1185 A.H., 1775 C.E.

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Identifier: Or Ms 334
Scope and Contents

A collection of letters written to the Mughal ruler Shāhjahān (r. 1628–1658 C.E.) and other distinguished individuals during his reign, by Chandarbhān (d. 1068 or 1073 A.H., 1657 or 1662 C.E.), poetically named "Brahman". He was for a time a record-writer at the royal court and author of the Chahār-Chaman.


Copied in the Faṣlī year 1179 (see dating for A.H. and C.E. equivalents) by Ṣāhib-Singh of Fatḥpūr (Awadh).

Dates: 1185 A.H.; 1775 C.E.

Or Ms 337: منشئات رنجهور داس Munshaʼāt-i Ranjhūr-Dās, undated

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Identifier: Or Ms 337
Scope and Contents

An incomplete collection of letters written by Ranjhūr-Dās (fl. 1732), also called Ranchūr-Dās, son of Ranjīt-Rā who was a Kāyath of Jawnpur. The author states in the preface that he made the selection for his younger son, Rādha-Kishn. The letters are followed by a work apparently on grammar, but with no clear beginning or end.

Dates: undated