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Ġulām Dāwud, Ġarīb-i hind

[Preliminary Entry] The Ġarīb-i hind was compiled in 1271/1854 at the request of Ġulāb Singh (r. 1846-1857) the maharaja of the princely state of Kashmir and Jammu. It is a treatise on Indian geography, languages and other matters. It was written by Ġulām Dāwud who was a secretary of Ġulāb Singh.

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i) Place of copying; ii) Period of copying; iii) Copyist; iv) Commissioner;
v) Information on colophon; vi) Description of miniatures/illustrations; vii) Other remarks; viii) Information on catalogue(s)
Manuscript: 

London, Wellcome Library, pers. 464, 110 ff.

, viii)

Keshavarz 1986, p. 455, no 279

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Bibliography:

Keshavarz, Fateme, 1986, A Descriptive and Analytical Catalogue of Persian Manuscripts in the Library of the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine، London,The Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine.

 
Main Persian Title: Ġarīb-i hind
Author: Ġulām Dāwud
Year / Period of Composition: 1271/1854
Commissioner: Ġulāb Singh (r. 1846-1857)