IO Islamic 3934 (Oriental Manuscripts, British Library)
Indian and Iranian histories, 18th c.
Collection of Indian and Iranian histories covering the early eighteenth century
Autobiographical account of travels through India, Iran, and Arabia, written after the author took up service under Nadir Shah Afshar
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History covering the period between the Timurid or Mughal Emperor ʿĀlamgīr I and the accession of Emperor Muḥammad Shāh
Anonymous continuation of Muḥammad Qāsim Ḥusaynī's ʿIbratnāmah, down to the 14th regnal year (1144/1731-2) of the Timurid or Mughal Emperor Muḥammad Shāh
Anonymous continuation of Muḥammad Qāsim Ḥusaynī's ʿIbratnāmah, covering the reign of the Timurid or Mughal Emperor Muḥammad Shāh down to regnal year 25 (1157)
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