عنوان مقاله [English]
This study aims to introduce an ancient literary work known as Zad Al-Moghvin, a book written in the Persian language in the Transoxiana region. The author of this work, on the subject of ethics and sermons and most likely written in the twelfth or thirtieth century, is Mohammad ibn Mohammad Al-Nasr, known as the Ghazi, who lived in Vobkent. Only three manuscripts of this work are available, one of which is kept at the National Archive of Afghanistan and was written in 1485, and the other at the Library, Museum, and Document Center of I.R.Iran's Parliament and written in 1618 and third manuscripts is kept at the the Salar Jung – Museum and Library and was written in 1646.
In addition to introducing the manuscripts, the author, his religion, the sources used in the writing of this book, the text structure, and the reasons for its significance are explained in this study. Some of the sources that the author has used in writing this book are Tanbih Al-Ghafilin Samarqandi, Maqazi Mohammad ibn Eshagh, Zad Al-Abedin, Tafseer Anwar, Kitab Al-Anwar, and most likely, Tafsir Miraj.