Kulliyat, a miscellany of five works of religious poetry including accounts of the Hajj, Turkey, Ottoman, late 17th century
- ink, watercolour on paper, bound leather
Work II, Tuhfat va Kalsh, gives the date 1082 AH/1671-72 AD, probably that of the composition of the work.
Work V is an account by Yusuf Nabi (1642-1712) of his journey to Mecca and Medina, and he relates how he obtained the permission of the Grand Vizier Mustafa Pasha, according to the chronogram at the end, in 1682-83 and set out from Uskudar in 1678-79, also visiting Konya, Urfa, Aleppo, Damascus, Jerusalem and Cairo (see G. Kut, Supplementary Catalogue of Turkish Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, 2003, pp.216-17, no.303).
The illustrations in work III, Manasik Hajj, 'The rituals of the pilgrimage', are as follows: I: Suq al-Layl (The Night Market), the birthplace of the Prophet and the Imam ‘Ali; II: Masjid ‘atiq, Old Mosque where the Prophet received the Call; III: Jebel Hira, the site of the Prophet’s first revelation; IV: Cemetery with the tombs of the sharifs, pious and holy men; V: Jebel Thawr; VI: Jebel ‘Arafat with tents in the outer margins; VII: The site of Muzdalifah between ‘Arafat and Mina ; VIII: The Ka’ba and the surrounding precinct at Mecca; IX: The road between Safa and Marwa; X: Jebel Abu Qubais and the two halves of the moon; Xl: The site of the stoning of the jamarat near Mina; XII Jebel Mifrah between Mecca and Medina; XIII: The sanctuary at Medina with the mosque and tomb of the Prophet; XIV: Cemetery with the tombs of the mothers of the Mu’minin; XV: Jebel Uhud and the shrine of Hamza, the Prophet’s uncle; XVI: Jebel Badr; XVII: The mosques of ‘Ali, Hasan and Zayn al-Abidin.