This article is based on an attempt to introduce and study a new-found manuscript containing four Hadith books: "Tohfa-al-seddigh, Fasl-al-khetab, Ons-al-lohfan, Matlubon-kolle-taleb." These four Hadith books include Hadiths of the first four caliphs, interpreted by Rashid-al-din Vatvat; distinguished writer of sixth century in Kharazmshahian court. The remarks of two hadith books (Fasl-al-khetab and Matlubon–kolle-taleb) are also changed into persion poem. With a thematic point of view, some scribes have collected these four Hadith books into one book and named it: " Remarks of the four Chosen fellows" or " Hundred remarks of the four prophets fellows". This manuscript is written in Naskh in the same style by Taher.
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 42)
S. M. B. Kamaladdini "Rashid Vatvat and Matlubon-Kolle-Taleb", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 42, pp. 82-87, 2015