Delhi Persian 1004 (Oriental Manuscripts, British Library)
India Office Library
Treatise on Qadiri Sufism by Prince Dara Shukoh
1 copy of Risālah-'i ḥaqq numā by Dārā Shukūh
Brief treatise introducing from the Qādirī Ṣūfī perspective the four realms of existence (nāsūt, jabarūt, lāhūt, and huvīyat) by the Timurid or Mughal prince, Sulṭān Muḥammad Dārā Shukūh (d. 1069/1658), who calls himself here Dārā Shukūh Qādirī Ḥanafī.
The work was completed on the eve of Friday, 8 Rajab 1055/30 August 1645.
The treatise consists of four sections, each dealing with a particular state of being.
Dated colophon (f. 12r): completed by ʿAbd al-Khāliq in Shāhjahānābād, 3 Ṣafar 1147/5 July 1734.
Occasional annotations and corrections in margins.
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