SHAH QALEEM ULLAH GRANDSON OF USTAD AHMAD MIMAR LAHORIA MANUSCRIPT FROM HIS LIBRARY ENTITLED SHARH QASIDA BURDA
The family of Ustad Ahmad Mimar Lahori were professional people, with expertise in architecture, calligraphy, mathematics and astronomy. But they were also Islamic loving people and did things related to Islamic civilization. A number of them were writing Qurans, and dealing with iconic Islamic literature. Literature on Qirat is found in their writings. Qasida Burda fascinated them too. But the wonderful thing is that one of them became a famous Sufi himself, and homage paid to him in his grave in Delhi.
A number of religious books written by him survive both in printed form as well as manuscript form. Listing all of them is not required here. But we find an original manuscript of Sharh Qasida Burda, perhaps written by him, perhaps merely copied by him, for he was a calligrapher himself, as well as son of a famous calligrapher Nurullah Ahmad. We are talking here of the Sufi Qaleem ullah, who went on a journey to Holy Kaaba too, and it is well recorded of same.
The manuscript is in original binding and has his seal and notation on it. Enjoy!