This Qur’an is copied in a script known as 'bihari'. Judging from surviving examples, it was the main script used for copying Indian Qur’ans before the Mughal period. What is characteristic about this script is the emphasis on the horizontal elements, which are much thicker than the vertical elements. Qur’ans in 'bihari' are also illuminated in a characteristic manner with the predominant use of bright orange and milky blue colours. This copy is a typical example. Qur'anic text featured - end of Surah Ibrahim (Abraham) and beginning of Surat al-Hijr (The Rocky Tract).