Rawdat Al A'klaa is a manuscript in Arabic literature. It was written by Abu Hashim Muhammad bin Habban al-Basti, who died in the year 354 AH. And he copied it in the Naskh script on Thursday, 17 Rabi’ al-Awwal 612 AH. Number of papers reached 142, and the number of lines was 19-23, with a size of 23 × 16 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: ( Praise be to Allah, who created man from a sperm, then from a clot, then from a little lump of flesh, some formed and some unformed, it becomes clear to the wise person that time changes and alters as his udder “withered after the abundance”. As a result, I decided to classify a book, which wise people need in their time.). End of the manuscript: (The necessity to mention death and appreciating obedience, Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Suleiman Al-Saad and the people told us about his guardians in the homes of those close to him, and may God’s prayers be upon Muhammad, the seal of the prophets, his family and his pure and good companions, and praise be to God, Lord of the Worlds.). This is a precious old copy, its first paper is different, it has traces of light wetness, it has ownership dated 948 AH, it is not clear and owned by Muhammad bin Yahya al-Ala’i, undated. Black ink was used in writing, and the heads of titles were marked in a large font.