In Volume 1-2: Biography, Additions, and Corrections | Section 2, History, Biography, etc.
§ 1507. In 1110/1698–9 (according to the Āṣafiyah catalogue) S. Junaid b. S. Darwēs̲h̲ M. Ḥātim Bilgrāmī composed his
- Junaidīyah or Nasab-nāmah i sādāt i Bilgrām u Bārhah, on the genealogy of the Saiyids of Bilgrām1 and Bārhah2 Rieu iii 1021b (extracts only ? Circ. ad 1850), Āṣafīyah ii p. 1778 no. 115 (ah 1309/1891–2).
¶ § 1508. For the Maʾāt̲h̲ir al-kirām tārīk̲h̲ i Bilgrām completed in 1166/1752–3 by G̲h̲ulām-ʿAlī “Āzād” Bilgrāmī, see no. 1411 (66) supra. For the same author’s Sarw i āzād, which includes some biographies of Bilgrāmīs, see no. 1162 (16) supra.
§ 1509. G̲h̲ulām-Ḥasan “T̲h̲amīn” Ṣiddīqī Fars̲h̲ūrī3 Bilgrāmī has already been mentioned no. 791 supra) as the author of an account of Aḥmad S̲h̲āh Abdālī’s third invasion of India written in 1197/1783 at the request of Jonathan Scott.
- S̲h̲arāʾif i ʿUt̲h̲mānī, biographies of eminent Bilgrāmīs belonging to the ʿUt̲h̲mānī clan, composed in 1179/1765–6 and written primarily to correct alleged mis-statements in “Āzād’s” Maʾāt̲h̲ir al-kirām [which was completed in 1166/1752–3: see no. 1362 (2) supra]: Ivanow 277 (many blank spaces, ad 1875), i.o. 3913, Āṣafīyah iii p. 164 no. 202.
§ 1510. For the Tabṣirat al-nāẓirīn, composed in 1182/1768 by Mīr S. Muḥammad b. ʿAbd al-Jalīl Bilgrāmī and dealing mainly with events in the lives of Bilgrāmī Saiyids, see no. 952 supra.
§ 1511. Other works:—
- Musajjalāt fī taʾrīk̲h̲ al-quḍāt, on the Qāḍīs of Bilgrām, by Qāḍī Aḥmad Allāh Bilgrāmī, commonly known as (ʿurf) M. ʿUt̲h̲mān b. Qāḍī M. Iḥsān, who, according to Raḥmān ʿAlī (p. 15), was Qāḍī of Bilgrām until 1196/1782: i.o. 3913b.
- Naẓm al-laʾālī fī nasab āl ʿAlāʾ al-Dīn al-ʿālī, or, chronogrammatically, Subḥat al-durr wa-’l-yawāqīt, on the genealogy of the Saiyids of Bilgrām, by S. M. b. S. G̲h̲ulām-Nabī b. al-Saiyid al-s̲h̲ahīd al-musammā bi-’l-Ars̲h̲ad: Aṣafīyah iii p. 720.
^ Back to text3. In the bibliography to the unsigned article on Bilgrām in the Ency. Isl. this word is [correctly ?] spelt Firs̲h̲awrī. frs̲h̲wr (vocalization ?) is an old form of the name Peshawar (cf. ʿIṣāmī Futūḥ al-salāṭīn p. 401, l. 7863 (also li. 7866, 7870), Ṭabaqāt i Akbarī i p. 373), but this may have nothing to do with G̲h̲ulām-Ḥasan’s nisbah.