Delhi Persian 1001A (Oriental Manuscripts, British Library)
India Office Library
1 copy of Naghāʼim al-ashvāq by Farīd Muḥammad Sardar
A treatise on the religious aspects of music (samāʻ) and its use in Sufi ritual, by Farīd known as Muḥammad Sardar who would appear to be a member of the Chishti order.
The work is divided into 36 sections (naghmah).
ff. 85; end defective; 15 lines per page; nastaʻliq; rubrications; worm-eaten; 17th century.
Provenance and Acquisition
Purchased by the Government of India at sale organised by Delhi Prize Agents, 1859; administrative deposit India Office Library, 1876.
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