Persian writer of the country from Kashmir, born in the middle of the 18th century. When Nadir Shah invaded India early in the year 1738, Abdul-Kerym lived in Delhi. It followed the victorious army, and on his return to Persia visited Kabul past the grave of his maternal grandfather. He/She obtained permission to make the pilgrimage to Mecca that was his main desire of Nadir, and returned to Delhi after four years of absence. He/She wrote his memoirs with the title of necessary clarifications; in Persian language they contain interesting details about his pilgrimage on the life and military operations of Nadir-Shah, etc.