An anthology of poetry by the mystic poet Jami.
This manuscript was copied by Maqsud ibn Bayazid al-Harawi in Herat in rabi'l-al-awwal, 925/March, 1519. There is no record of a scribe with such a name working in Herat at this time.
The manuscript was in private libraries recorded by their seal impressions: A certain Ibrahim Musawi 1201 (1786-7) and 'Abd al-Husayn Farmanfarma Salar-e Lashgar 1313 (1895-6). This second entry refers to 'Abd al-Husayn Mirza Nusrat al-Dawla (1857-1939). He was married to the daughter of Muzaffar al-Din Shah and was influential in his affairs from the time Muzaffar al-Din was a Prince. He was appointed in charge of the army in Azarbayjan and titled Salar Lashgar in 1309/1891-2 and in the same year, after the death of his brother, he was given the title Farmanfarma. He held other positions as the Governor of Kurdistan, Kirman, Fars, Teheran, and ministerial posts in the Ministry of Defence, Justice, and Home Affairs. (M. Bamdad: Dictionary of National Biography of Iran, II, Tehran, 1966, pp. 247-57).