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Dīvān-i Mawlānā Ẓuhūrī

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Subject:

Literature

Subclass:

Poetry

Subject Era:

Akbar 1556–1605

Author:

Ẓuhūrī, Nūr al-Dīn Muḥammad

Volume:

Edition:

Year:

1600

Publisher and Place:

Languages:

Persian

ISBN 10|13:

Library of Congress Control Number 2017406044

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-1000001-25089

Description

Title
Dīvān-i Mawlānā Ẓuhūrī.
Other Title
ديوان مولانا ظهورى.
Summary
Poems of Muḥammad al-Ẓuhūri.
Contributor Names
Ẓuhūrī, Nūr al-Dīn Muḥammad, 1537 or 1538-1616 or 1617, author.
Created / Published
Ramaḍān 1122 [October/November 1710]
Subject Headings
- Manuscripts, Persian--Washington (D.C.)
- India
Notes
- Manuscript.
- Persian.
- Title from colophon.
- Scribe not identified.
- Probably written in India.
- Fol. 1a has property stamp of Ghulām Bakhsh ibn Yūsuf.
- Paper; cream color laid paper with no visible chain lines or watermarks; pages have outer ruled border of a thin dark blue line; inner border is composed of a thin blue and two thin red lines; text is divided into two columns separated by thin red lines; elaborate unwan in gold, blue, white and red; fol. 1b and 2a have borders of gold and section heading with floral decorations on either side; leaves 290-308 are on orangish paper; black ink; catchwords.
- Nastaʻliq; 15 lines in written area 17.3 x 7.7 cm.
- Fol. 1b-311a.
- Library of Congress. Persian manuscript, M93.
- Binding; disbound; originally three quartes brown leather with grey and tan marbled paper sides; remains of binding included in case with manuscript.
- Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress website.

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