• [Album of miniatures and specimens of calligraphy of Indian origin].

Language:
  • Persian
Call number:
  • Islamic Manuscripts, Garrett no. 102G
  • Electronic Resource
Extent:
  • 55 leaves : paper, col. ill. ; 485 x 280 mm.
Format:
  • Manuscript
  • Book
Description:
  • Ms. codex.
  • Title supplied by cataloger.
  • The album consists of 55 folios measuring 485 x 280 mm.
  • Origin: The signed paintings and calligraphies are attributed to Mīr ʻAlī, Sulṭān ʻAlī al-Mashhadī, Muḥammad ʻAẓīm al-Ikthīr, ʻImād al-Ḥusaynī, Muḥammad Muʻīn ʻAlī Tajallī (= Shāh Muḥammad Muʻīn ʻAlī Tajallī Chishtī, fol. 32a), Muḥammad Ibrāhīm, ʻAbd Allāh, Muḥammad ʻAlī, Muḥammad Badīʻ al-Iṣfahānī, Tajallī ʻAlī Shāh, Muḥammad Karīm, Anūp Chator (Chatar, Chitor: see Titley), Mīr Muḥammad Māh Ḥusaynī, Zayn al-Ḥaqq, Zarrīn Raqam, Muḥammad Afḍal, Ghulām Muṣṭafá Khān, Muḥammad Aṭhar, Asad Allāh, Mughalkhān, Ghulām Jamāl Allāh Khān, Sayyid ʻAlī Būkhārī Rūshan Raqam, Jawāhir Raqam-i Thānī, Muḥammad Ḥusayn, Muḥammad ʻAlī Gawhar, Muḥammad al-Fakhkhār, Abū al-Baqāʼ al-Mūsawī, Kifāyat Khān, Ismāʻīl, Ilyās Bahādur, Aḥmad Shāh, Muḥammad Dalīr, and date from 1014H. [1630 or 31] to 1189 [1775]. Other undated paintings can be dated to 18th-19th century India and 16th or early 17th century Central Asia. One piece is dated Awrangābād, [1]203 [1788 or 9] (fol. 22a).
Publisher:
  • [between 16-- and 18--]
Subject:
  • Manuscripts, Persian—New Jersey—Princeton
  • Manuscripts, Arabic—New Jersey—Princeton
  • Dārā Shikūh, Prince, son of Shahjahan, Emperor of India, 1615-1659—Portraits—Specimens
  • Nūr Jahān, Empress, consort of Jahangir, Emperor of Hindustan, d. 1645—Portraits—Specimens
  • Ibrāhīm ibn Adʹham, -approximately 777—Portraits—Specimens
  • Niẓāmuddīn Auliyā, 1236-1325—Portraits—Specimens
  • Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint—Art—Specimens
  • Alī Ādila Śāha II, Sultan of Bijapur, 1638-1672—Portraits—Specimens
  • Aurangzeb, Emperor of Hindustan, 1618-1707—Portraits—Specimens
  • Chand Bibi, Queen of Bijāpur, d. 1600—Portraits—Specimens
  • Akbar, Emperor of Hindustan, 1542-1605—Portraits—Specimens
  • Majnūn Laylá—Portraits—Specimens
  • Face—Symbolic aspects—Islamic empire
  • Shāhnāmah—Illustrations—Specimens
  • Face—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Horses—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Bhil (Indic people)—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Angels—Islam—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Parrots—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Chishtīyah
  • Mogul courts and courtiers—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Courts and courtiers—Mogul Empire—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Yūsuf and Zulaykhā—Portraits—Specimens
  • Polo—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Hunting—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Birds of prey—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Artillery—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Elephants—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Tigers—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Sea monsters—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Dragons—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Animals, Mythical—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Peacocks—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • Muslim saints—Portraits—Specimens
  • Basmalah—Pictorial works—Specimens
  • دارا شكوه
  • نور جهان
  • نظام الدين اوليا
Date:
  • 1600-1899
Abstract:
  • Album of miniatures and specimens of calligraphy of Indian origin. Described by Mika Natif.
Calligrapher:
  • Mashhadī, Sulṭān ʻAlī.
  • Ḥusaynī, ʻImād, active 17th century
  • Mīr ʻAlī, 17th cent
  • Muḥammad Muʻīn ʻAlī, 18th cent
  • Muḥammad ʻAlī, fl. 1719
  • Muḥammad Ibrāhīm, 17th cent
  • Iṣfahānī, Muḥammad Badīʻ, fl. 1710
  • Tajallī ʻAlī Shāh, active 1775
  • Ḥusaynī, Muḥammad ʻĀbid
  • Muḥammad Karīm, fl. 1672
  • Zayn al-Ḥaqq, active 18th century
  • Zarrīn Raqam, active 18th century
  • Asad Allāh, active 18th century
  • Muḥammad Afḍal, 18th cent
  • Muṣṭafá Khān.
  • ʻAbd Allāh, active 17th century
  • Aṭhar, Muḥammad
  • Mughalkhān.
  • Jamāl Allāh Khān.
  • Dalīr, Muḥammad, 18th cent
  • Rūshan Raqam, 18th cent
  • Javāhir Raqam-i Thānī.
  • Muḥammad ʻAlī Gawhar, 18th cent
  • Fakhkhār, Muḥammad
  • Mūsawī, Abū al-Baqāʼ, 17th cent
  • Kifāyat Khān, 18th cent
  • Ismāʻīl, active 18th century
  • Aḥmad Shāh, active 18th century
  • Iksīr, Muḥammad ʻAẓīm, active 18th century
Creator:
  • Ḥalabī, ʻAbd al-Malik ibn ʻAlī, 1364 or 5-1435
  • حلبي، عبد الملك بن علي
Author:
  • Ḥalabī, ʻAbd al-Malik ibn ʻAlī, 1364 or 5-1435
Contributor:
  • مشهدي، سلطان علي
  • حسيني، عماد
  • مير علي
  • محمد معين علي
  • محمد علي
  • محمد ابراهيم
  • اصفهاني، محمد بديع
  • تجلي علي شاه
  • حسيني، محمد عابد
  • محمد كريم
  • انوپ چتر
  • زين الحق
  • زرين رقم
  • اسد الله
  • محمد افضل
  • مصطفى خان
  • عبد الله
  • مير علي
  • اطهر، محمد
  • مغلخان
  • جمال الله خان
  • دلير، محمد
  • روشن رقم
  • جواهر رقم ثاني
  • محمد علي گوهر
  • فخار، محمد
  • موسوي، ابو البقاء
  • كفايت خان
  • اسماعيل
  • الياس بهادر
  • احمد شاه
  • اكسير، محمد عظيم
Former owner:
  • Malcolm, John, 1769-1833
Artist:
  • Anup Chittaur, 17th cent
  • Ilyās Bahādur, 17th cent
Collections:
Edm rights:
  • No Known Copyright
Identifier:
  • ark:/88435/bg257f113
Alternative:
  • Dalāʼil al-minhāj min Kitāb Rabb al-ʻālamīn wa-sunnat Sayyid al-mursalīn ṣallá Allāhu ʻalayhi wa-sallam
  • دلائل المنهاج من كتاب رب العالمين وسنة سيد المرسلين صلى الله عليه وسلم
License:
  • http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NKC/1.0/
Spatial:
  • New Jersey
  • India
References:
  • Moghadam, M. et al. Garrett coll., 206
Binding note:
  • Panel defined by a large border consisting of fillets and a running pattern, with corner pieces. Central roundel on a ground left plain. The roundel is filled with a geometrical pattern developing from a star, filled with impressions of a small poincon and of a small semi-circular stamp (gold lost). Embossed leather doublure. Envelope flap wanting. Rebacked, in poor condition.
Provenance:
  • A letter attached to the album mentions that this was made for the Portuguese governor of India, but this is a late attribution. The document further indicates that the book belonged to the Delaney family who sold it to Sir John Malcolm (1769-1833) from the East India Company. It was then sold to Rowland Jones Esq. (1772-1856), Broom Hall, Carnarvonshire, Wales. The album was then auctioned in an estate sale between Feb. 24 and March 8, 1857 at Carnarvonshire and was purchased by William Stewart Esq. (1798-1874) of Aldenham Abbey, Hertfordshire. Stewart sold the book at Christie's auction in London in 1875. There was probably another owner after Stewart from whom Robert Garrett (1875-1961) purchased the album.
Source acquisition:
  • Gift ; Robert Garrett, Class of 1897 ; 1942.
Location:
  • HSVM Islamic Manuscripts, Garrett no. 102G
  • HSVM Electronic Resource
  • ELF1 Islamic Manuscripts, Garrett no. 102G
  • ELF1 Electronic Resource