Category:Nizami and Amir Khusraw, Poems (Walters MS 657)
English: Walters manuscript W.657 is an illustrated and illuminated composite volume of three poetic texts: the Khamsah (quintet) of Nizami Ganjavi (died 605 AH/AD 1209), the Khamsah (quintet) of Amir Khusraw Dihlavi (died 725 AH/AD 1325), and the Timurnamah (Epic of Timur) by 'Abd Allah Hatifi (died 927 AH/AD 1520), also known as the Zafarnamah. The texts are written in black Naskh script, with titles, section headings, and incidentals in white or red Tawqi'/Riqa' script. It was produced in the 10th century AH/AD 16th, in either India or Safavid Iran. The binding is not original to the manuscript. According to a note on front flyleaf iia, the codex was re-bound and restored by a bookbinder of Tabriz, Khwand Mulla Mahdi Sahhaf-i Tabrizi in 1295 AH/AD1878.
Media in category "Nizami and Amir Khusraw, Poems (Walters MS 657)"
The following 34 files are in this category, out of 34 total.
- Amir Khusraw Dihlavi - Bahram Gur in the Red Pavilion - Walters W657185B - Full Page.jpg 1,210 × 1,799; 293 KB
- Amir Khusraw Dihlavi - Khusraw Watching Shirin Bathing - Walters W65739B - Full Page.jpg 1,210 × 1,799; 268 KB
- Amir Khusraw Dihlavi - Laylá and Majnun at School - Walters W657110B - Full Page.jpg 1,210 × 1,799; 285 KB
- Amir Khusraw Dihlavi - Shirin Rides Out to Bisitun - Walters W65769B - Full Page.jpg 1,210 × 1,799; 272 KB
- Amir Khusraw Dihlavi - Three Collections of Poetry - Walters W657 - Top Exterior.jpg 1,264 × 1,800; 313 KB