Add. 18579 (St. Pancras, British Library)
1 copy of Anvār Sahīlī by 2 authors
One rich ʿunwān
36 miniatures in the best Indian style
A king visiting a sage in a cave.
The fox crushed between the two fighting goats. Mīrzā Ghulām.
The jealous woman killed by the poison she intended for the young man. Mīrzā Ghulām.
The plains near Baghdad where the animals were dominated by a lion. Durga.
Dimnah with the ox.
The sandpipers on their nest on the water while the simurgh leads the army of birds to their rescue.
The ḳāẓī with the two men who found buried treasure. Durga.
The devotee who helped the king to settle the petitioners' complaints. Anant.
The darvīsh recognised by the passing Shaikh. Hariyā.
The lioness in conference with the other animals. Ustād Ḥusain.
The camelrider, the snake and the buffalo. Anant.
The maiden in love with the king and his courtier. Anant.
The crow deciding whether the owl should lead the assembly of birds. Ḥusain.
The treacherous cat killing the partridge and quail. Hariyā?.
The thief preventing the monkey from stabbing ants on the king's body. Raḥmān Ḳulī.
The devotee and his bride. Mohan.
The man who killed the mongoose accidentally after it had saved his child's life. Anant.
The lion killing the farmer's wife who had eloped with a prince. Nānhā.
The old woman with a sick daughter and the bullock which got its head stuck in a cooking pot. Dharmdās.
Fariseh the pious jackal with Kamju'i the lion. Mīrzā Ghulām.
The Sultan of Baghdad and the Chinese girl entertained by musicians and a dancing girl. Bishndās.
A young king drinking with his companions. Āḳā Riẓā.
The lynx and the lion. Guhardās.
The lynx looking at the dead leopard while the huntsman rides off with the leopard's skin. Salīm Ḳulī.
The huntsman who took the leopard's skin killed by a fall from his horse. 'Abd al-Salīm.
The laundryman and the crane. Mādhū.
Sulaimān with the birds, animals and jinns.
The prince in a pavilion at night with the shoemaker who kidnapped him. Mirzā Ghulām.
Bound in stamped leather