This manuscript is a rare copy of the Qur’an produced during the Tughluq dynasty (1320–1413) in India. After the invasion of Timur in 1398–1399, the manuscript was taken to Gwalior Fort in southern Agra, where its colophon was completed. This Qur’an is one of the first documented manuscripts written in bihari script, a unique style of writing practiced in pre-Mughal India.
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