5 edition of Lalla-Vakyani or The Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded - A Mystic Poetess of Ancient Kashmir found in the catalog.
February 14, 2006
by Obscure Press
Written in English
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About the Book Mystical Verses of Lalla is a rich introduction to Lalla, the great 14th century Kashmiri Saiva mystic whose verses were orally transmitted for centuries. Also known as Lallesvari and Lal Ded, she defied social conventions and proceeded on the journey of self-realization. Her verses speak across cultural boundaries and traditions and are as relevant today as they were six. This work came after George Grierson and Lionel D. Barnett published 'Lalla Vakyani' (collected primarily from one Dharam Dasa Darwesh of village Goosh, near Baramulla) in which introduced the sayings of Lal Ded to western world [available here].Anand Koul didn't give the source of this life sketch but it can safely be assumed to be based on the lore popular among Kashmiri Pandits.
Lalla Ded, Hindu poet-saint from Kashmir, who defied social convention in her search for God. Legend tells of the harsh treatment Lalla Ded received from her husband and mother-in-law and extols her patience and forbearance. Twelve years after being wed, she left her home in order to dedicate. Sanskrit Books from Various Sources, 'Lalla Vakyani The Wise Sayings of Lal Ded - Sir George '.
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Lalla-Vakyani or the Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded - A Mystic Poetess of Ancient Kashmir book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Origina /5(5). Lal Ded (–), known as Laleshwari in other parts of the subcontinent, was a Kashmiri mystic of the Kashmir Shaivism school of philosophy.
She was the creator of the style of mystic poetry called vatsun or Vakhs, literally "speech" (from Sanskrit vaak).Known as Lal Vakhs, her verses are the earliest compositions in the Kashmiri language and are an important part in the history of Born:Pandrethan, Kashmir.
Lalla-Vakyani or the Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded - A Mystic Poetess of Ancient Kashmir - Kindle edition by Grierson K.C.I.E, Sir George. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Lalla-Vakyani or the Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded - A Mystic Poetess of Ancient cturer: Obscure Press.
Her poetry has been translated widely, including English translations by Jane Hirshfield in Women in Praise of the Sacred: 43 Centuries of Spiritual Poetry by Women (), Coleman Barks in Naked Song: Lalla (), and K.C.I.E.
Sir George Grierson in Lalla-Vakyani or The Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded, A Mystic Poetess of Ancient Kashmir (). Lalla-Vakyani Or the Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded – A Mystic Poetess of Ancient Kashmir December 6, The Cherry Tree.
NEWER POST. There is an imposing mass of Kashmir & aiva literature still extant. Mijch of it has been published in the original Sanskrit, and more than one English work has been devoted to it.
Is not a mere book. Collating these materials-together with annotations, appendices on language, prosody and history, and notes on Yoga and Kashmir Saivism by Lionel D.
Barnett-Grierson pulished thr first English translation of Lalla’s poems, under the title Lalla-Vakyani, or The Wise Sayings of Lal Ded, a Mystic Poetess of Ancient Kashmir (). Lalleshwari also known as Lalla, Lal Ded or “Lal Arifa” was a mystic of the Kashmiri Shaivite sect, and at the same time, a Sufi saint.
She was born in the middle of the 14th century of the Christian era, which was a period of political and religious turmoil in Kashmir. Lalla-Vakyani, or The Wise Sayings of Lal Ded, A Mystic Poetess of Ancient Kashmir () was the first printed edition as well as the. A Select Bibliography.
GEORGE A GRIERSON AND LIONEL D. BARNETT: Lalla Vakyani or The Wise Sayings of Lai Ded, Royal Asiatic Society Monograph, Vol. XVI, London, ANAND KOUL: "Life Sketch of Laleshwari and LallaVakyani, The Indian Antiquary, Vols. L (), LIX (), LX (), LXI (), LXII (). RICHARD CARNAC TEMPLE: The Word of Lalla the Prophetess, Cambridge.
6 mins read. Lalleshwari, locally popular as Lal Ded, was a Kashmiri mystic of the early medieval period, renowned for her devotional lyrical verse. Her spiritualist compositions, musings, methods and practices were universal, holistic and transcendental in appeal, and thus inspired Hindus and Muslims alike.
Lalla-vakyani; or, The wise sayings of Lal Ded, a mystic poetess of ancient Kashmir. London, Royal Asiatic society. Laldyada and R. Temple (). The word of Lalla the prophetess; being the sayings of Lal Ded or Lal Diddi of Kashmir (Granny Lal) known also as Laleshwari, Lalla Yogishwari & Lalishri, between & A.D.
Cambridge. The Shaivite Yogini Poetess Lal Ded of Kashmir (– AD) "Lalleshwari was born in Pandrethan (ancient Puranadhisthana) some four and a half miles to the southeast of Srinagar in a Kashmiri Pandit family.
Coleman Barks in Naked Song: Lalla (), and K.C.I.E. Sir George Grierson in Lalla-Vakyani or The Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded, A. CHAPTER 8 Lal Vaakhs - Their Journey from Memory to Manuscript.
by S.N. Pandita. PROLOGUE. Lal Ded remains the tallest icon of the Kashmiri society adored for the last years for the high spiritual, moral and philosophical content of her wise sayings, the it is on this account that many scholars have delved deep into the essence of these vaakhs.
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[Laldyada; George Abraham Grierson, Sir; Lionel D Barnett]. Lalla-Vakyani Or the Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded - A Mystic Poetess of Ancient By Sir George Grierson ()I was told Kashmiri Muslims attribute this saying to Lal Ded.
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Originally published in Author: Sir George Grierson, K.C.I.E Language: English Keywords: Social Sciences / Kashmir Brand: Read Books Ltd. This work contains the sayings of Lal Ded or Lal Diddi of Kashmir (Granny Lal), known also as Laleshwari, Lalla Yogishwari and Lalishri, between and AD.
They are done into English verse from the Lalla-Vakyani or Lal-Wakhi and annotated. The authoress of the sayings, as a wandering ascetic and devoted follower of the Shaiva Yoga form of the religion of the Hindus, obtained such. Lalleshwari (लल्लेश्वरी) (–), also known as Lalla, Lal Ded or "Lal Arifa".She was a mystic of the Kashmiri Shaivite sect, and at the same time, a Sufi saint.
She is a creator of the mystic poetry called vatsun or Vakhs, literally 'speech'. In the fourteenth century the people of Kashmir came under the influence of Islam.
However the Islam which was brought by mystics such as Bulbul Shah was heavily influenced by Mahayana Buddhism and Upanishadic philosophy. Thus the people of Kashmir were sympathetic to the branch of mystic Islam that Lalla embodied.Lalla-Vakyani or The Wise Sayings of Lal-Ded - A Mystic Poetess of Ancient Kashmir by K.C.I.E, Sir George Grierson (Paperback, ) Delivery US shipping is usually within 7 .Lalla, or Lal Ded, was a Kashmiri mystic who lived in the 14th century at the height of Kashmiri Shaivism.
Though she was a Hindu and a yogi, even Shah Hamdan, the great Sufi teacher who was her contemporary, recognized her as a saint.