Table of Contents

  Index
  Author
  About the Book
  Dedication
  Preface
  Foreword
  Introduction
  Prologue
  Section One: Lalleshwari (Lalded)
  Section Two: Sheikh Ul-Alam (Nund Reshi)
  Section Three: Parmanand 
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Section One

Lalleshwari

Lalleshwari
(Born 1320, Death 1390 A.D)
Born at Pandraethan Village (ancient Puranadhisthana)

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Lalded was married at the age of twelve to one Pandit boy at Pampore (ancient Padmanpora) where presumably she was renamed Padmawati, as per the Kashmiri Pandit tradition, by her-in-laws. >>>
Lalla-Vaakhs (Translated)
The arrows of my wooden bow turned out
To be the pith of water rush grass;
The Rajdhani of the kingdom
Fell into the rustic hands of
A crude carpenter;
In the midst of a busy bazar,
Lockless remained my shop,
And a pilgrimmage less self.
I became:
Who appreciates, my friend.
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Interlogue - I
In wonder, one gets absorbed into thinking whether these honey-sweet Vaakhs: Shruks and poems of the three saint poets described in this volume, that appeal to the heart, and stimulate the mind, are innate, intuitive or oozing fountains of eternal knowledge or clairvoyance.
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