You must have heard the news of the death of Mūkhalis Khán*. I was pleased with his noble and virtu­ous qualities and his versatile genius. May God be pleased with him. This world where death is rampant has many calamities and its toys are perishable. Where are the wise heart and the seeing eyes? (i.e., wise men are to die in this world). A person indirectly complained before me, “This man (i.e., Mūkhalis Khán) does not consider any other man better than himself.” I replied, “He does not find any other man better than himself”.