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Gopal ibn Govind Satri, Tarjuma-yi Rāmāyan

[Preliminary Entry] A prose translation of the Rāmāyaṇa by Gopal ibn Govind Satri in the 1680s. Marshall and Mujtabai both report several manuscripts in the Asiatic Society of Bengal (Marshall 1967, no 541; Mujtabai 1976, p. 138).

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Bibliography:

Mujtabai, Fathullah, 1976, “Muntakhab-i Jug Basasht or Selections from the Yoga-Vāsiṣṭha Attributed to Mīr Abu’l-Qāsim Findiriskī,” Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University.

Marshall, D. N., 1967, Mughals in India: a Bibliographical Survey, vol 1, Bombay and New York, Asia Pub. House.

 
Main Persian Title: Tarjuma-yi Rāmāyan
Translator: Gopal ibn Govind Satri
Original Sources:
Alternative Title(s):
Tarjuma-i Rāmāyan
Rāmāyan
Saṃpūrṇa Rāmāyaṇa
Year / Period of Composition: 1092-1097
Approximate period of composition: 1681-1686