Union Catalogue of Manuscripts from the Islamicate World

IO Islamic 4518 (Oriental Manuscripts, British Library)

India Office Library

Rajavali of Chandrabhan Lahauri


Brief biographical entries for the rulers or rājahs of Delhi (hence the alternative title Rajavali) from the period of Yudhishtra to the Timurid or Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan I, attributed his Rāyrāyān the munshī Chandarbhān of Lahore

Dated: 3 Ṣafar 1268/1851, at the haveli of Munshi Bhola Nath, Ahmadabad

Scribe: Mānik Laʿl valad-i Tarang (?) Laʿl Bharam (?) Khatrī, resident of Ahmadabad

Language(s): Persian

Physical Description

Form: codex
Extent: 19 ff.
Dimensions (leaf): 254 × 145 mm.
Dimensions (written):



Origin: 19th century CE ; India

Record Sources

Based on unpublished description in Catalogue of Persian Manuscripts in the India Office Library, vol. 3. Available on British Library Digitised Manuscripts, manuscript number: MSS Eur E207/6_f044r


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