Umm Salama was the daughter of Fath'Ali Shah and the Georgian Ziba Chihr Khanum. She was married to her cousin, Zayn al-'Abidin Khan, who was the son of the Shah's brother Husayn Quli Khan. She copied this manuscript for her brother Muhammad Vali Mirza, the Shah's third son. Recorded works copied by Umm Salama include various album pages dated between AH 1240/1824-25 AD and AH 1295/1878-79 AD, an undated Qur'an in the Gulistan Palace Library, another copy of Ta'qibat dated Ramadan AH 1245/1829-30 AD in the Gulistan Palace Library, prayers for the morning dated Sha'ban AH 1238/April-May 1823 AD also in Gulistan Palace Library, and a copy of the Du'a-ye Kamil dated Ramadan AH 1205/May-June 1791 AD (Mehdi Bayani, Ahval va Asar-e Khosh-Nevisan, Tehran, 1346 sh.,pp.1049-50). Another manuscript copied by her sold at Sotheby's, London, 9 April 2014, lot 62.