Complete, illustrated copy of the Shāhnāmah with 4 miniatures; textblock is written on darker paper that has been reset into lighter frames; catchwords have been trimmed around, but not pasted down; some section headings are missing.
Clearly written copy with one preface and 45 thickly painted miniatures; the colophon is missing from the end. An introductory illustration shows Firdawsī meeting Sulṭān Maḥmūd Ghaznavī (f. 1r). Labels in the illustrations identifying some of the characters were added by a later hand. One page is in its unfinished state with a blank left for the illustration (f. 477v) and all pages subsequent to that are missing rubrications and some rules.
History of Kashmir until 1122 AH (1710) written by a native of the area. According to the preface, it was written as an abridgment of the Sanskrit chronicles of Kashmir. The colophon says the work is Kitāb-i Rājah Tarnigī (f. 129v), but it is really an abridgment of that work. A second, incomplete text, Farhang-i Kashmīrī, a glossary in verse of Persian and Kashmiri by an unknown author and written on slightly smaller paper was added later after ten blank leaves.