An esoteric interpretation of stories of the prophets in the Quran, and the periods of prophethood from Adam to Muhammad and the Qaim Muhammad b. Ismail. The Sarair is very likely an earlier version of another treatise by the same author called Asrar al-nutaqa [cat. no.13].
2 leaves, 216 pp., one leaf; 14 lines per page; 190 x 135/
135 x 80 mm.; clear black naskhi; headings, punctuation and some annotations in red; many corrections, additions and annotations in the margins; worm-eaten throughout.
Gacek, IIS, vol.1 (no.138...