The sixth manuscript of Pouladi’s Collection is a liturgical Videvdād that is not illuminated. There is a colophon in Persian at the end of the manuscript. It was scribed by Ardešīr Ḫodādād in 1253 AY (AD 1884). The Sālmargs occur before the ninth Fragard. The Persian colophon is in the form of verse. Be.

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 6, 600 folios.

Owner(s) of original material: Mehraban Pouladi.

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