Letters addressed to
Prince Mahammad A’azam Shah Bahadur*.


Exalted son, I am much pleased with riding the ambling horse* which you sent to me this time. The horse reminds me of the sympathy felt for the old father by the fortunate son. Owing to great joy I have named him ‘Khūsh-Kharám’ (walking smartly). As you are perfectly skilled in finding out an appropriate name for everything, (I hope) you will give an appropriate name to each of my favourite horses and then write to me about it. A list of these horses along with the details of their colour and breed will be (shortly) supplied to you by the head groom.