A carnelian Seal in the name of the daughter of Emperor Muhammad Shah Mughal India, dated AH 52/ AD 1739-40
of circular form, finely engraved with a six-pointed star overlaying the inscription 2.5cm. diam.
The inscriptions comprise: in the centre, mohr-e mehr-e naderam AH 52(?), "I am the seal of affection of Nadir AH 52?/ AD 1739-40"; around the star, setare-ye falakam/ va be hokm-e/nader shah/ 'arus-e mamlekat-e iran/dokht-e hendu shah, "I am the star of the universe and by Nadir Shah's command, I am the bride of Iran, daughter of Hindu Shah".
The daughter of Emperor Muhammad Shah married Nadir's second son Nasrullah Mirza in the year AH 1152/ AD 1739-40 when the Indian throne was restored to Muhammad Shah and before Nadir left India. The event is recorded by Nadir's minister Mirza Mahdi Khan Astarabadi in the Dorra-ye Nadera, "History of Nadir Shah", ed. by Ja'far Shahidi, Tehran, 1962, pp. 480-85.