The third manuscript in this collection is a liturgical Yasnā. According to the Persian colophon of the manuscript, the scribe is Dīnyār Dastūr Nōširvān Dastūr Bahrāmšāh Dastūr Nōširvān Dastūr Mehrabān and the manuscript was scribed in 1239 Hijri (AD 1824). The manuscript is not illuminated. In contrast to other manuscripts, this manuscript is written on blue paper. Traces of burning can be found on various pages of the manuscript. This shows that the manuscript has been used during the ceremony.

Custodial history: This manuscript belongs today to Mehrabān Poulādī, the grandson of Arbāb Mehrabān Poulād. Mehrabān Poulādī is the vice president of the Council of Iranian Mobeds. His Grandfather, Arbāb Mehrabān Poulād was an influential Zoroastrian merchant from a priest family.

Extent and format of original material: Collection level 1, File level 3, 320 folios.

Owner(s) of original material: Mehraban Pouladi.

Additional language information: Avestan, Additional comments and notes in New Persian...