Collection of Persian poetry with an introductory table of contents by Saʻīd Nafīsī, a former owner (p.1). Several leaves copied by Nafīsī and inserted. They include two poems by Ḥāfiẓ (p. 156); 12 pages containing poems from the margins of a copy of Khusraw Dihlavī (p.197b-197l); and two poems missing from the Dīvān of Ḥakīm Tirmiz̲ī (unnumbered page after p. 259).
Set of works on mathematics and astronomy copied together in what appears to be the same hand. The second work has a supercommentary copied in the margins. Several leaves of calculations and notations tipped or laid in; two tipped in pages have been foliated along with the leaves (f. 26, 33). Also includes one page in Ottoman Turkish (f.94v).
Translation by Abū al-Fayz̤ ibn Mubārak Fayz̤ī (d. 1595) of Bhāskarācārya's Sanskrit work on geometry and arithmetic. The text is dedicated to a Muḥammad Shāh ruling in Lāhore, i.e. Bahādur Shāh I, 1643-1712 of the Mughal Empire.
Treatise on the principle of the Islamic faith including divine attributes, Quranic revelation, the prophethood of Muhammad, the nature of angels, resurrection and the last days, correct ablution and acts of worship, and moral exhortation. Two supplications in Arabic added after the colophon (f. 56r - 57v).