3 edition of Majma"-ul-baḥrain found in the catalog.
DДЃrДЃ ShikЕ«h Prince, son of Shahjahan, Emperor of India
|Other titles||The mingling of the two oceans|
|Series||Bibliotheca Indica, work no. 246, Bibliotheca indica -- work no. 246|
|Contributions||Haq, Muhammad Mahfuzul|
|LC Classifications||BP173 H5 M8 1929|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||146|
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The physical book, itself, is quite beautiful, with images of rocks and oceans waves, gold lettering, a nice feel to the book. It also has the original text, in I believe Persian script, at the back of the book.3/5(1).
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Print book: English. Fifth reprinted edition: Kolkata: The Asiatic Society 2. Majmaʻ-ul-Baḥrain, or, The mingling of the two Majma-ul-baḥrain book 2. Majmaʻ-ul-Baḥrain, or, The mingling of the two oceans. by Dārā Shikūh, Prince son of Shahjahan Emperor of India; M Mahfuz-ul-Haq.
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3 The text, still unpublished, is one of five major books by ‘Abd al-Rahman Chishti. Several manuscripts are available in India and abroad. I have read and collated three of them: the Aligarh MS (Maulana Azad Library, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Habibganj Collection, Fārsiyya taṣawwuf, 21/), the Chishti Khanqah, Sarkhej.
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‘Abd al-Baqi Nihavandi. Ma’ās̱ir-i. 3 The text, still unpublished, is one of five major books by ‘Abd al-Rahman Chishti. Several manuscr ; 4 For biographical details and some descriptions of his writings, see S.
Rizvi, A History of S ; 2 The text that concerns us here, the Persian treatise Mir’āt al-makhlūqāt,3 written in AH/ by the eminent Mughal sufi ‘Abd al-Rahman Chishti (d. ), weaves together Author: Muzaffar Alam. New Delhi: Indian Council of Historical Research in association with Northern Book Centre.
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