Tarikh-i-Rashidi ( History of Rashid ) is a personal memoir combined with Central Asian history. Mirza Muhammad Haidar devoted this extensive work, written in Kashmir from 1541 to 1546 in two volumes, to the contemporary ruler of Kashgaria Abdur-Rashid Khan. In 1528 he started a campaign against infidels of Bolur(Chitral and Yasin) but fail to occupy it. This book is the most fundamental and primary source of Moghul history. This book also important for the student of the history of Chitral and Gilgit. Mirza Muhammad Haidar devoted this extensive work, written in Kashmir from two volumes, to contemporary ruler of Kashgaria Abdurashid Khan, son of Sultan Said Khan (descendant of first Moghul Khan Tughluk Timur Khan, grandson of Duwa Khan, great great grandson of Chagatai Khan, second son of Chengiz Khan), founder of Saidiya state in Kashgaria in 1514 with active and decisive support of author’s uncle Sayyid Muhammad Mirza. It was translated into English in 1895 by Ney Elias and Edward Denison Ross. Among other events, the Tarikh-i-Rashidi describes the founding of the Kazakh Khanate in 1465 and Muhammad Haidar Dughlat’s personal encounter with one of the early Kazakh rulers, namely Kasym Khan.