The Word of Lalla by Richard Carnac Temple
LaIla Dyad, the most respected woman saint-poet of Kashmir belonged to the early fourteenth century and was a legend in her own time. The profound verses of Lalla Dyad were recorded from oral tradition for the first time by Baba •Dalud Mashkwati in his book Asraral Abram' in 1654; the manuscript was in the Persio-Arabic script. Bhaskara Razdan of the 18TH century prepared a collection of the verses of Lala in the Sharda script, the earliest and the most common script developed in Kashmir. He called the collection Lallavaakya (Lalla's sayings).
Publisher - Gulshan Books
|Book Name||The Word of Lalla|
|Author||Richard Carnac Temple|