A Catalogue of the Arabic, Persian and Hindu'sta'ny Manuscripts, of the Libraries of the King of Oudh Volume 1

A Catalogue of the Arabic, Persian and Hindu'sta'ny Manuscripts, of the Libraries of the King of Oudh Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1854 edition. Excerpt: ...H. Makhkhu, of Farrokhabad but his family was of Dilly, he is 8 calligraph, D and K who mention him, do not know his takhalluc. See Motzaffar. Malal, Myrza Mohammad Zaman, D. In H are two Malals besides this, one was a Darwysh and a pupil of Matzhar. Maliil, Shah Sharaf aldyn (Ma'ruf aldyn, D) is a Darwysh, he uses in Persian the takhalluc of Ilham, K, D. Mamluw, Ysry Prasad a Kayeth of Lucnow is a pupil of Myrza Qatyl, he was in 1231 at Dilly, D. Mamnun, Myr Amanat 'alyy of Pafcna studied for some time at Dilly, and was a pupil of Myr Mawziin, K does not know where he is. Mamndn, Myr Nitzam aldyn, a son of Minnat, is alive and has many pupils, E. He resides at Lucnow, V. He obtained from the emperor of Dilly the title of Fakhr alsho'ara, he lately left the emperor's service, K. His family was of Panypat, but he was born at Dilly and lived long at Lucnow; some years ago he went to Ajmyr, he has written a Dywan, P. Manjhu Khan, see Matzhar. Mantzar, Khwajah-bakhsh of Dahabad, it is said that in 1190, he visited Pafna, C. Ma'niy, Mo&ammad Amyn died at Coel, P. Maqbul, Myan Maqbul Nabyy, a son of the late Taqyn, resides at present at Farrokhabad, J. He has the title of Matzhar aldyn Khan. He has collected sixty thousand verses from about three hundred ancient and modern poets, but this collection has unfor tunately been destroyed by fire, K. He was a friend of D and a pupil of Firaq, P. Maqbul, a new poet, a pupil of Nacyr, visited Dilly in 1247, D. Maqcud of Lucnow a water-carrier is a popular poet, and his verses are sung on Hindu festivals, E, K. Maqtul, Myrza Ibrahym Beg of Dilly a son of Myrza Mohammad 'alyy, his forefathers were of Ispahan, he is a good prose-writer and upwards of thirty years of age, E, whose pupil he was. In D this poet...show more

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