Introduction of Hand-Written Manuscript of Bāh Nāmeh Available in Liden Library of Netherlands

Document Type: Original Article


Assistant Professor, Department of Theology and Islamic Sciences, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran


The present article makes an attempt to introduce and review the hand-written of Bāh Nāmeh, known as Zard Gilīm. The manuscript is kept in Liden library in Holland, under the reference No: 604. This hand-written manuscript contains three different books. The first is called Mokhtasar andar Elm Teb, the second with  Bāh-Namah and the third with Yadegar. In this 167-page manuscript, 20 pages are allocated to Bāh Nāmeh. In this article, primarily, the authenticity of the author is reviewed, the work is analyzed and finally, the index of content of the book is mentioned.