Monography or Translations of known period
Amānat Ray Lālpūrī, Rāmāyan
[Preliminary Entry] Amānat Ray Lālpūrī produced a versified Rāmāyan in 1755. The work took twenty-five years to complete (Mujtabai 1976, p. 139). The text appears to have been lithographed by Nawal Kišor in 1872 under the title Rāmāyan-i Fārsī.
Lithograph: Rāmāyan-i Fārsi, Nawal Kišor, 1872.
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.
Work in verses
|Main Persian Title:||Rāmāyan|
|Translator:||Amānat Ray Lālpūrī|
Other Persian texts quoting this Original Source:
Rāmāyan of Akbar, Khulāṣa-yi Rāmāyan, Nayrang-i Ḥusn, Rāmāyan of Candarman Kāyath ibn Shrī Rām, Amar-Prakāsh (Rāmāyan), Tarjuma-yi Rāmāyan, Rāmāyan of Sumīr Chand, Dāstān-i Rām ū Sītā, Rāmāyan of Giridhar Dās, Rāmāyan.
|Year / Period of Composition:||1755|