Delhi Persian 87B* (Oriental Manuscripts, British Library)
India Office Library
1 copy of a work by Mawlavī Muḥammad S̲anāʾ Allāh Pānīpatī
Untitled treatise on Islamic traditions focused on the concepts of ḥurmat (reverence) and ibāḥat (rendering lawful) by Qāz̤ī Muḥammad S̲anāʾ Allāh al-ʿUs̲mānī al-Maẓharī al-Naqshbandī al-Pānīpatī (d. 1225/1810).
The work is divided into multiple sections termed faṣl.
Not dated at end; according to a note at the beginning (f. 1r), this copy was written by Muḥammad Karīm Allāh. Datable to the early nineteenth 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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