Satpanth manuscripts

This is a different example of Satpanth manuscript.

My impression was that Imamshahis have started using Gujarati very early.

One of the translation sponsored by Syed Ehmad Ali of the Imamshahis was a transcription from Khojki to Gujarati of an Ismaili manuscript.

Here is a manuscript dated 1854 that is in Khojki script but looks like an Imamshahi manuscript.

It typically ends with the Kalmo and has a History of Satpanth from before creation up to Imam Nizar.

In the name of the 14 Vakils (see table of content) is given the name of Pir Dadhu in number 7.