عنوان مقاله [English]
Seyyed Jamaluddin Asadabadi's treatise, which was written in Naqd Nicharian in Hyderabad, Deccan, India, and was lithographed in 1298 AD, is one of the most important Persian treatises, which shows how Persian speakers encountered Darwin's name and theory. So far, no report of the first edition of this book has been seen among the researches. I have tried to claim in this note that I have obtained this version by giving evidence. Also, I have found a handwritten version of this treatise in Arabic language, which has differences with the translation of Muhammad Abdo, and a part of it is in Asadabadi's handwriting. I will publish all these reports in the form of a book to show that in addition to this treatise, similar treatises were also written in Red Nicherian in the subcontinent. In this short note, I intend to address this point.