The Hamla-i Haydari is a versified account of the life of the Prophet Muhammad and his first four successors according to Shi'ism. The author Mirza Muhammad Rafi’ Bazil (d. 1713-14?) was originally from Mashhad, Iran but established himself in Delhi. A number of later authors went on adding on to the existing text of Bazil’s Hamla-I Haydari.
Seal impression of 'Abd al-Husayn Khan with date of AH 1165/1751-52 AD on opening folio.