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    Smile Indo-persian Sword

    Dear Members can anybody read the Inscription.Thanks.
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    Indo-persian Sword

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    I think someone who can read persian would help on this sword.

    its a beautiful Tulwar with what seems to be a persian shamshir blade.

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    The inscriptions on the blade start in Arabic
    Nasron Min Allahi Wa Fathon Qareeb (Help from God and early victory). This is taken from the sura al-Saff (Formations) from the holy Qur’an (n). This is the verse 13.

    After this the inscriptions are written in Persian which is a poem I really love and could find it on some royal pieces at the Military Museum of Tehran:

    Ruzi ke hichkas nabud dadras mara
    Ya Morteza Ali to be faryad res mara

    When there is a day when no one listens to my screams/concerns
    O you the Chosen one Ali you will listen to my concerns/and help me

    The cartouche reads;

    Bande-ye Shah Qaem Hosseyni

    BEautiful handwriting, breathtaking beauty really

    Kind regards
    Manouchehr

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    Indo-persian sword.

    Quote Originally Posted by Manouchehr M. View Post
    The inscriptions on the blade start in Arabic
    Nasron Min Allahi Wa Fathon Qareeb (Help from God and early victory). This is taken from the sura al-Saff (Formations) from the holy Qur’an (n). This is the verse 13.

    After this the inscriptions are written in Persian which is a poem I really love and could find it on some royal pieces at the Military Museum of Tehran:

    Ruzi ke hichkas nabud dadras mara
    Ya Morteza Ali to be faryad res mara

    When there is a day when no one listens to my screams/concerns
    O you the Chosen one Ali you will listen to my concerns/and help me

    The cartouche reads;

    Bande-ye Shah Qaem Hosseyni

    BEautiful handwriting, breathtaking beauty really

    Kind regards
    Manouchehr
    Thanks Mr Manouchehr for complete detail of sword.

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    Mar 2002
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    What a beautiful and well made piece!

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