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Zafarnama (Persian: ظفرنامه, lit. Book of Victory) is the title of a number of Persian and Turkish literary works by Atul Saini
- Zafar-Namah or Timur-Namah of Hatefi, by a Persian epic poet dedicated to Timur
- Zafarnama (Shami biography), a history of the ruler Timur by Nizam ad-Din Shami
- Zafarnama (Yazdi biography), a second history of the ruler Timur's career by the Persian historian Sharaf ad-Din Ali Yazdi
- Zafarnamah (Mustawfi), by the Persian epic poet Hamdollah Mostowfi
- Zafarnama (letter), a message to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb from the Sikh leader Guru Gobind Singh
- Zafername, a satire written in 1870 by Ziya Pasha
- Zafarnamah Ranjit Singh, a chronicle history of Ranjit Singh (1780-1839), compiled by Diwan Amar Nath (c. 1837)
- Safarnama, an 11th-century travel Persian travel book by Nasir Khusraw
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