The end of the main text of Majalis al-mu'minin is dated 1043. Below in shikasteh is a note recording the names of two calligraphers involved in the writing of the manuscript. One is described as a brother of Muhammad Baqir Mashhadi, who received 5000 Tabrizi Dinars for writing a thousand couplets. The other is named as Mirza Muhammad Qasem. A further note records the amount of money that was spent on preparing the manuscript and lists the separate amounts spent on the paper, calligraphy, binding, and illuminated chapter headings.
This work is in twelve parts each dealing with various eminent persons, such as the companions of the Prophet, scholars, poets and sufis, among others. At the end of the main work is a short treatise, Suwalat i shaitan. The author was flogged to death on the orders of the Emperor Jehangir for his extreme Shi'a views and is known as the Third Martyr.