Delhi Persian 982 (St. Pancras, British Library)
Oriental Manuscripts, Delhi Persian
Sufi treatise by Jami
1 copy of Marātib-i sittah
Abridged Persian translation and commentary of the treatise on six grades of existence according to the principles of Sufism, conventionally attributed to the great Ṣūfī writer, ʿAbd al-Raḥmān "Jāmī" Hiravī (d. 898/1492).
The unnamed commentator describes the work as the second of two attempts, the latest completed 22 Ramaz̤ān 79/23 February 1669.
The volume appears to have been part of a larger collection of tractates, fragments of which end and begin at either end of this work.
Dated colophon (f. 17v): completed by Muḥammad Ṣādiq on 15 Rabīʿ al-S̲ānī 1080/12 September 1669.
Folios detached; stained and worm-eaten; lacking original binding; fragile.
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