New-garden, Zubaida-garden,1 SI. Abu-sa'id Mlrza's White-house outside the 'Iraq-gate, Puran,2 the Archer's-seat, Chargh (hawk)meadow, Amir Wahid,3 Malan-bridge,4 Khwaja-taq.s Whitegarden, Tarab-khana,Bagh-i-jahan-ara, Kushk,6 MaqauwI-khana, Lily-house, Twelve-towers, the great tank to the north of Jahanara and the four dwellings on its four sides, the five Fort-gates, viz. the Malik,'Iraq, Flruzabad,Khusb? and Qibehaq Gates, Charsu, Shaikhu'l-islam's College, Maliks' Congregational Mosque, Town-garden, Badi'u'z-zaman Mlrza's College on the bank of the Anjil-canal, 'All-sher Beg's dwellings where we resided and which people call Unslya (Ease), his tomb and mosque which they call Qudslya (Holy), his College and Almshouse which they call Khalaslya and Akhlaslya (Freedom and Sincerity), his Hot-bath and Hospital which they call Safa'iya and Shafa'lya. All these I visited in that space of time.
(m. Bdbur engages Ma'suma-sultan in marriage.)
It must have been before those throneless times 8 that Hablbasultan Begim, the mother of SI. Ahmad Mlrza's youngestdaughter Ma'suma-sultan Begim, brought her daughter into Herl. One day when I was visiting my Aka, Ma'suma-sultan Begim came there with her mother and at once felt arise in her a great inclination towards me. Private messengers having been sent, my Aka and my Yinka, as I used to call Payanda-sultan Begim and Hablba-sultan Begim, settled between them that the latter should bring her daughter after me to Kabul.9
1 This Marigold-garden may be named after Harunu'r-rashid's wife Zubaifla.
* This will be the place n. of Herl from which Maulana Jalilu'd-din Purani (d. 862 ah.) took his cognomen, as also Shaikh Jamalu'd-d!n Abu-sa'id Puran (f. 206) who was visited there by SI. Husain Mirza, ill-treated by Shaibani (f. 206), left Herl for Qandahar, and there died, through the fall of a roof, in 921 ah. (H.S. iii, 345 ; Khazinatu'l-asfiya ii, 321).
3 His tomb is dated 35 or 37 ah. (656 or 658 ad. ; Vate, p. 94).
4 Malan was a name of the Heri-rud [Journal Asiatique xvi, 476, 511; Mohan Lall, p. 279; Ferrier, p. 261; etc.).
5 Yate, p. 94.
6 The position of this building between the Knush and Qibehaq Gates (de Meynard, I.e. p. 475) is the probable explanation of the variant, noted just below, of Kushk for Khush as the name of the Gate. The Tarikh-i-rashidl (p. 429), mentions this kiosk in its list of the noted ones of the world.
7 var. Kushk (de Meynard, I.e. p. 472).
8 The reference here is, presumably, to Babur's own losses of Samarkand and Andijan.
9 Aka or Aga is used of elder relations ; a yinka or yinga is -he wife of an uncle or elder brother ; here it represents the widow of Babur's unclt *-hmad Miran-shahi. From it is formed the word yinkalik, levirate.