A quatrain copied by Abu'l-Baqa al-Musavi in the capital Shah Jahanabad.
Abu'l-Baqa was a nasta'liq scribe from Abarqu who lived in Isfahan in the 17th century. He made a trip to India (the date is not given) and died in Isfahan. Another calligraphic page copied in Shah Jahanabad is recorded.
Mehdi Bayani, ahval va athar-e khshnevisan, vol. I, Tehran, 1345, pp. 22-24.
A presentation note on the back is to Mirza 'Alikhan, the Heravi scribe and gives the title Rustam al-Khattatin to Abu'l-Baqa. This title is recorded by Sanglakh in the 19th century as a title given to Abu'l-Baqa by Shah Abbas I.